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Study Links Hurricanes to Global Warming

An increase in the ferocity of hurricanes around the globe over the last 35 years may be attributable to global warming, a new report states.
The [...]

Amanda Gardner ( | September 15, 2005)

Shishmaref, Alaska: Dramatic Erosion Forces Tough Choice for a Village

The 600 residents of Shishmaref, Alaska living on the western coast didn’t expect to face the question: should we stay or should we go? [...]

SGW ( | April 22, 2005)

Pact Signed for Prototype of Coal Plant

MONTREAL, Dec. 6 – Under pressure from other industrialized countries at talks here on global warming, the Bush administration announced on Tuesday that it had [...]

ANDREW C. REVKIN (The New York Times | December 7, 2005)

Yosemite Fauna on the Up and Up

Scientists studying the park’s wildlife wonder if global warming is the primary factor spurring a migration of species to higher elevations.
Scientists studying Yosemite National Park’s [...]

By Eric Bailey, Times Staff Writer (Los Angeles Times | December 5, 2005)

Kyoto Treaty Powers Up U.S. Alternative Energy Firms

The United States has not joined the Kyoto Protocol to cut greenhouse gases, but the pact nevertheless is boosting sales for American companies that market [...]

Evelyn Iritani (Los Angeles Times | December 19, 2005)

2005 is warmest year on record for Northern Hemisphere, scientists say

The Earth’s average temperature reached a near-record high in 2005, international and U.S. climate agencies reported Thursday.
While some scientists said it indicates that human-caused global [...]

Patrick O'Driscoll (USA Today | December 16, 2005)

Is Global Warming Killing the Polar Bears?

It may be the latest evidence of global warming: Polar bears are drowning. Scientists for the first time have documented multiple deaths of polar bears [...]

JIM CARLTON (The Wall Street Journal | December 14, 2005)

Record Drought Cripples Life Along the Amazon

MANAQUIRI, Brazil – The Amazon River basin, the world’s largest rain forest, is grappling with a devastating drought that in some areas is the worst [...]

LARRY ROHTER (The New York Times | December 11, 2005)

Take Action!

>Replace 2 frequently used light bulbs with compact fluorescent bulbs.
The new bulbs will last longer and use less energy which means less pollution from power [...]

SGW ( | November 28, 2005)

In Arctic, Evidence for Global Warming Mounts

HARSTAD – Life is harsh on the freezing tundra of the Arctic Circle where Anna Prakhova lives. But it can be much harder when snows [...]

Alister Doyle (Reuters | November 22, 2005)