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In Phoenix, Even Cactuses Wilt in Clutches of Record Drought

PHOENIX, March 9 — Thursday began like the 141 days before it, sunny and crisp, dust settling everywhere except on the record — set again [...]

Michael Wilson (The New York Times | March 1, 2006)

Bering Sea Climate Is Shifting

Scientists say sea life is fighting to survive as the water warms up and ice melts sooner. The changes are profound and may be irreversible.
Whales, [...]

Robert Lee Hotz (Los Angeles Times | March 1, 2006)

Hundreds of seal pups drown in Canada storm surge

OTTAWA (Reuters) – Around 1,500 seal pups were swept out to sea and
drowned by a tidal surge off Canada’s east coast this week after a [...]

David Ljunggren (Reuters | February 3, 2006)

Owning up to global warming

It’s time for Americans to face reality about climate change.
Monterrey, Calif. (FORTUNE) – How can anyone living through today’s bizarre and mutable weather not be [...]

David Kirkpatrick (Fortune Magazine | February 27, 2006)

The Globe Is Warming. Why Aren’t We Marching?

To the Editor:
Re “Glaciers Flow to Sea at a Faster Pace, Study Says” (news article, Feb.
17): The world we have known is history. A mere [...]

James Gustave Speth (The New York Times | February 24, 2006)

Combating global warming makes economic sense

When it comes to tackling global warming, the Bush administration is right about one thing: There are economic consequences. The problem is they’ve been too [...]

Hal Harvey (San Francisco Chronicle | February 21, 2006)

Global Warming Comes to the Breakfast Table

After the warmest January on record, maple syrup producers in Ohio were surprised to have recently discovered premature maple tree buds. Budding of maples at [...]

Laurie David (Huffington Post | February 17, 2006)

Glacier Melt Could Signal Faster Rise in Ocean Levels

Greenland’s glaciers are melting into the sea twice as fast as previously believed, the result of a warming trend that renders obsolete predictions of how [...]

Shankar Vedantam (The Washington Post | February 17, 2006)

Climate change: On the edge

Greenland ice cap breaking up at twice the rate it was five years ago, says scientist Bush tried to gag
A satellite study of the Greenland [...]

Jim Hansen (The Independent | February 17, 2006)


Melting Ice is Fast Eroding Animals’ Habitat, Hunting Grounds
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service has announced that it is opening the formal process to list [...]

(The New York Times | February 1, 2006)