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Schools Embrace Environment and Sow Debate

SCARSDALE, N.Y. — Every weekday at 2:30 p.m., a line of luxury sedans and sport utility vehicles idles outside Scarsdale Middle School in Westchester County. [...]

Winnie Hu (The New York Times | January 25, 2007)

Getting to Green

NEARLY a century ago, Henry Ford declared a customer could have a car in any color as long as it was black. Now, carmakers around [...]

Micheline Maynard (The New York Times | January 25, 2007)

NY Governor Spitzer unveils cutting-edge global warming regulations

Fulfilling his pledge to provide sound environmental stewardship, Governor Eliot Spitzer today unveiled new draft regulations to carry out a cutting-edge regional program that will [...] ( | January 25, 2007)

Greenland’s ice sheet melts as temperatures rise

From the air, Greenland’s ice sheet, the second largest on Earth, appears to be perfectly still.
But below the surface, the ice sheet is in constant [...]

Heather O'Neill (CNN | January 24, 2007)

Carbon dioxide in atmosphere increasing

Just days after the Nobel prize was awarded for global warming work, an alarming new study finds that carbon dioxide in the atmosphere is increasing [...]

Randolph E. Schmid (Associated Press | January 24, 2007)

Climate threat to biodiversity

The temperatures are within the range of greenhouse phases early in the Earth’s history when up to 95% of plants and animals died out, they [...]

BBC (BBC | January 24, 2007)

White House cut warming impact testimony

The White House severely edited congressional testimony given Tuesday by the director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention on the impact of climate [...]

H. Josef Hebert (Associated Press | January 23, 2007)

Fight Against Coal Plants Draws Diverse Partners

GREAT FALLS, Mont. — Richard D. Liebert turned his back against a hard wind the other day, adjusted his black cap and gazed across golden [...]

Susan Moran (The New York Times | January 22, 2007)

Citing Global Warming, Kansas Denies Plant Permit

A Kansas regulator has turned down a permit for a large coal-fired power plant solely because of the global warming gases it would emit.
Opponents of [...]

Matthew L. Wald (The New York Times | January 22, 2007)

Birds’ changing migration patterns due to global warming

CLEVELAND — In the American Bird Conservancy’s report called “A Birdwatcher’s Guide to Global Warming,” the conservancy predicts doom for more than half of the [...]

AP (Associated Press | January 2, 2007)