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Corporate America Warms to Fight Against Global Warming

WASHINGTON — Corporate leaders don’t normally invite the federal government to raise their taxes. But that’s exactly what Paul Anderson is doing.
Anderson, the chairman of [...]

David J. Lynch (USA Today | June 1, 2006)

New funding for green projects

$6 million announced at Harvard’s first campus sustainability conference.
For the second time in less than two years, Harvard President Lawrence H. Summers doubled the dollars [...]

Alvin Powell (Harvard University | May 8, 2006)

Time to Get Real

Time to get real: global warming is the problem – the biggest problem. It’s not a matter of “When?” any longer. It’s here. Green is [...]

Vanity Fair (Vanity Fair | May 5, 2006)

Global warming weakening Pacific Ocean Wind Pattern, Study Says

NEW YORK (AP) — Global warming caused by human activity has begun to dampen an important wind circulation pattern over the Pacific Ocean, and that [...]

(Associated Press | May 4, 2006)

Indy 500 Switching To Ethanol Blend For 2006 Season

WASHINGTON — Gasoline Alley at the Indianapolis 500 will soon become Ethanol Alley: The Indy Racing League is switching from methanol to a new mixture [...]

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Sports Facilties Can Be Earth Friendly

What can the sports world do to lessen effects of global warming? Making NASCAR fans take a bus to the superspeedway on Sundays is not [...]

Sal Ruibal and Jodi Upton (USA Today | May 31, 2006)

2 Studies Link Global Warming to Greater Power of Hurricanes

Climate researchers at Purdue University and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology separately reported new evidence yesterday supporting the idea that global warming is causing stronger [...]

John Schwartz (The New York Times | May 31, 2006)

Alaska the ‘poster state’ for climate concerns

FAIRBANKS, Alaska — To the untrained eye, Bonanza Creek forest is breathtaking, a vibrant place alive with butterflies and birds, with evidence of moose and [...]

Elizabeth Weise (USA Today | May 30, 2006)

The Greener Guys

When Timberland, the outdoor clothing company, studied ways to reduce its carbon emissions four years ago, it weighed several options: building a wind farm in [...]

Jad Mouawad (The New York Times | May 30, 2006)

Study: global warming boosts poison ivy

WASHINGTON – Another reason to worry about global warming: more and itchier poison ivy. The noxious vine grows faster and bigger as carbon dioxide levels [...]

Associated Press (Huffington Post | May 29, 2006)