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Global Warming Starts to Divide G.O.P. Contenders

While many conservative commentators and editorialists have mocked concerns about climate change, a different reality is emerging among Republican presidential contenders. It is a near-unanimous [...]

Marc Santora (The New York Times | January 17, 2007)

Drought conditions persist through September

The drought parching much of the West and Southeast spread into the Mid-Atlantic area in September, the government reported in its monthly climate summary.
At the [...]

Randolph E. Schmid (Associated Press | January 16, 2007)

Balmy Weather May Bench a Baseball Staple

RUSSELL, Pa. — Careers at stake with each swing, baseball players leave little to sport when it comes to their bats. They weigh them. They [...]

Monica Davey (The New York Times | January 15, 2007)

Al Gore and the Sports World

Rod Woodson sat on his couch with his wife watching Oprah, and became horrified by the pictures he saw and the words he heard. He [...]

Suzy Shuster (Huffington Post | January 15, 2007)

Nobel Peace Prize excerpts

Excerpts from the citation awarding the 2007 Nobel Peace Prize to the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, or IPCC, and Albert Arnold (Al) Gore Jr. [...]

AP (Associated Press | January 12, 2007)

Gore, U.N. climate panel win Nobel Peace Prize

Former U.S. Vice President Al Gore and the U.N. climate panel won the Nobel Peace Prize on Friday for their part in galvanizing international action [...]

John Acher and Wojciech Moskwa (Reuters | January 12, 2007)

Study: Rise in humidity caused by humans

With global warming, the world isn’t just getting hotter — it’s getting stickier, due to humidity. And people are to blame, according to a study [...]

Seth Borenstein (Associated Press | January 11, 2007)

Gas emissions said at unsafe threshold

Worldwide economic growth has accelerated the level of greenhouse gas emissions to a dangerous threshold scientists had not expected for another decade, according to a [...]

Meraiah Foley (Associated Press | January 11, 2007)

Toyota’s Green Bubble Bursting?

Toyota has gotten a lot of mileage out of portraying itself as the greenest, most fuel-efficient car company on the planet, and has reaped the [...]

Laurie David ( | January 1, 2007)

Governor Freudenthal calls for action on global warming

Governor Dave Freudenthal says that the United States has to get serious about global warming and launch a massive research and development effort to address [...]

AP (Associated Press | January 1, 2007)