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StopGlobalWarming.org – Too Hot Not To Handle

Today, 87% of Americans agree that the US should take steps to reduce global warming pollution and fast track development of renewable energy. So, this [...]

Laurie David (StopGlobalWarming.org | April 19, 2006)

Smithsonian tackles global warming

WASHINGTON – While hammering home the impact of global warming and the potential harm “to life on Earth,” two Smithsonian Institution exhibits opening this weekend [...]

Frank Davies (the Orlando Sentinel | April 17, 2006)

Enemy of the Planet

Lee Raymond, the former chief executive of Exxon Mobil, was paid $686 million over 13 years. But that’s not a reason to single him out [...]

PAUL KRUGMAN (The New York Times | April 17, 2006)

Warming Arctic Is Taking a Toll

Peril to Walrus Young Seen as Result of Melting Ice Shelf
The rapid melting of Arctic sea ice appears to be separating walrus young from their [...]

Marc Kaufman (The Washington Post | April 17, 2006)

While Washington Slept

The Queen of England is afraid. International C.E.O.’s are nervous. And the scientific establishment is loud and clear. If global warming isn’t halted, rising sea [...]

Mark Hertsgaard (Vanity Fair | April 17, 2006)

Fifty Ways to Help Save the Planet

What you can do
The problem is so vast and the urgency so great that advice which suggests you turn off the tap while brushing your [...]

Vanity Fair (Vanity Fair | April 17, 2006)

Is Colorado’s Ski Industry Doomed Due To Global Warming?

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. — Global warming may spell disaster for much of the Rocky Mountain West’s ski industry by the year 2050, according to a [...]

(Associated Press | April 13, 2006)

Global Warming Threatens Outer Banks, Study Says

A legislative committee interested in protecting North Carolina’s beach communities heard today that global warming means trouble for barrier islands.
East Carolina University geologist Stanley Riggs [...]

AP (Associated Press | March 9, 2006)

Global Warming Means Less Snow For Skiers, Boarders

OSU Researchers Examine Issue
MOUNT HOOD, Ore. — Talk about slushy skiing. Oregon State University researchers say global warming may make for more rain and less [...]

AP (Associated Press | March 9, 2006)

Study: NW ski areas may be hit by global warming

PORTLAND, Ore. — Global warming could hurt the quality of future ski seasons in the Pacific Northwest, according to a study released Tuesday by Oregon [...]

SARAH SKIDMORE (Associated Press | March 9, 2006)