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Apple Offers Free Computer Take-Back Program

Apple Named One of Top Ten Environmentally Progressive Companies
CUPERTINO, California—April 21, 2006—Apple® today announced an expansion of its successful recycling program, offering free computer take-back [...]

(Apple | April 26, 2006)

Around the World, Warmer Temperatures Mean More Infections

April 25, 2006 – – At first glance, an outbreak of diarrhea among passengers on board a cruise ship in Alaskan waters in the summer [...]

Joy Victory (ABC News | April 25, 2006)

Her Lightbulb Moment

It hit Laurie David as she pushed a stroller through a cloud of SUV exhaust: It was up to women to stop global warming. She [...]

Elle Magazine (Elle | April 25, 2006)

Tapping Into a Changing Climate

JEFFERSONVILLE, Vt. — Sitting in his son’s sugarhouse, Rex Marsh, 71, can recall winters so cold that no one in northern Vermont ever thought of [...]

Robert Lee Hotz (Los Angeles Times | April 23, 2006)


12-month, 12-step Campaign offers Young People
Opportunity to Lead the Fight against [...]

thinkMTV (thinkMTV | April 21, 2006)

Summer forecast doesn’t hold water

A dire weather forecast issued Monday calls for a hot, dry summer across the Plains reminiscent of the 1930s — the era of the devastating [...]

Eric Weslander (Lawrence Journal World | April 20, 2006) – 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 ( | 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)