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Norwegian artist unveils Antarctica ‘ice bridge’ at UN

Norwegian artist Vebjorn Sand unveiled an ice bridge made of frozen Antarctic water at a ceremony on the UN headquarters grounds late Monday to highlight [...]

AFP (Agence France Press | December 18, 2007)

Global warming may soon see Santa don shorts

If the most dire climate forecasts come true the tourism industry in Europe’s far north, already feeling the effects of global warming, may find itself [...]

Gael Branchereau (Agence France Press | December 17, 2007)

Compromise reached at Bali climate talks

Two weeks of international climate talks marked by bitter disagreements and angry accusations culminated Saturday in a last-minute U.S. compromise and an agreement to adopt [...]

Charles J. Hanley (Associated Press | December 17, 2007)

UN eyes global warming pact by 2009

A U.N. climate conference adopted a plan to negotiate a new global warming pact on Saturday, after the United States suddenly reversed its opposition to [...]

Joseph Coleman (Associated Press | December 15, 2007)

Global Warming “Tipping Points” Reached, Scientist Says

Earth has already crossed a number of climate change “tipping points” at which today’s levels of greenhouse gases will cause additional large and rapid changes, [...]

Mason Inman (National Geographic News | December 14, 2007)

Scientists: Global warming could kill coral reefs by 2050

Rising carbon emissions might kill off the ocean’s coral reefs by 2050, scientists warn in today’s edition of the journal Science.
The review article, co-authored by [...]

Elizabeth Weise (USA Today | December 14, 2007)

Gore: US blocking climate talks progress

Nobel laureate Al Gore accused the United States on Thursday of blocking progress at the U.N. climate conference, and European nations threatened to boycott U.S.-led [...]

Chris Brummitt (Associated Press | December 13, 2007)

Deadlock Stymies Global Climate Talks

As a United Nations conference on global warming here entered its final stretch, the United States and the European Union remained deadlocked on Tuesday on [...]

Thomas Fuller and Peter Gelling (The New York Times | December 12, 2007)

Ominous Arctic melt worries experts

An already relentless melting of the Arctic greatly accelerated this summer, a warning sign that some scientists worry could mean global warming has passed an [...]

Seth Borenstein (Associated Press | December 12, 2007)

Beyond the point of no return

As the pace of global warming kicks into overdrive, the hollow optimism of climate activists, along with the desperate responses of some of the world’s [...]

Ross Gelbspan (Grist | December 11, 2007)