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Global warming seen threat to coffee production

LONDON — Global warming poses a threat to future world coffee crops with rising temperatures and drought likely to force some producers to seek higher [...]

Reuters (Reuters | April 11, 2007)

ConocoPhillips Joins Climate Group

ConocoPhillips has joined several other major corporations urging Congress to require limits on greenhouse gases tied to global warming, the first major U.S. oil company [...]

John Porretto (The Washington Post | April 11, 2007)

Market forces essential to halting global warming: Gore

Global markets could become a leading tool for halting global warming, former US vice president Al Gore said on Sunday, a day before he was [...]

Nina Larson (Agence France Press | December 9, 2007)

US `not ready’ to commit at Bali

The United States will come up with its own plan to cut global-warming gases by mid-2008, and won’t commit to mandatory caps at the U.N. [...]

Charles J. Hanley (Associated Press | December 8, 2007)

UN: US states, cities can impact climate

Despite Bush administration reluctance, U.S. states and cities could make an American “national commitment” to a new global agreement to cut greenhouse gases, the chief [...]

Charles J. Hanley (Associated Press | December 7, 2007)

Group touts seaweed as warming weapon

Slimy, green and unsightly, seaweed and algae are among the humblest plants on earth. A group of scientists at a climate conference in Bali say [...]

Joseph Coleman (Associated Press | December 7, 2007)

China: US should take lead on climate

China said Friday it will not consider mandatory cuts on greenhouse gases, saying the United States and other industrialized countries should take the lead in [...]

Michael Casey (Associated Press | December 7, 2007)

US on defensive at climate conference

First Australia won international applause for abandoning the United States and signing a global warming pact Washington has long opposed. Then a U.S. Senate committee [...]

Joseph Coleman (Associated Press | December 6, 2007)

Senate panel OKs global warming bill

Democrats turned back repeated efforts by Republican senators to soften the economic impact of a global warming bill before advancing it out of a Senate [...]

H. Josef Hebert (Associated Press | December 5, 2007)

The People We Have Been Waiting For

It was 60 degrees on Thursday in Washington, well above normal, and as I slipped away for some pre-Christmas golf, I found myself thinking about [...]

Thomas L. Friedman (The New York Times | December 5, 2007)