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Cloudy With a Chance of Chaos

A disturbing consensus is emerging among the scientists who study global warming: Climate change may bring more violent swings than they ever thought, and it [...]

Eugene Linden (Fortune Magazine | January 17, 2006)

Frog Killer Is Linked to Global Warming

Scientists studying a fast-dwindling genus of colorful harlequin frogs on misty mountainsides in Central and South America are reporting today that global warming is combining [...]

ANDREW C. REVKIN (The New York Times | January 12, 2006)

Whole Foods switching to all wind power in U.S.

Deal for wind power credits makes Whole Foods the biggest corporate user of wind power in the country. Whole Foods Market Inc. is going all [...]

Renuka Rayasam (American Stateman | January 1, 2006)

Katrina rings alarms on climate change: World Bank

Hurricane Katrina may serve as a wake-up call on climate change for developing nations, many of which are vulnerable to devastation from global warming, the [...]

Laura MacInnisFri (Reuters | September 9, 2005)

The Power of Katrina

Katrina was the third most intense storm ever to make landfall in the United States, with a central pressure of 918 millibars. The storm affected [...]

Quirin Schiermeier (Nature | September 8, 2005)

Global Warming: The Culprit?

Nature doesn’t always know when to quit–and nothing says that quite like a hurricane. The atmospheric convulsion that was Hurricane Katrina had barely left the [...]

Jeffrey Kluger (Time Magazine | September 26, 2005)


The National Association of Insurance Commissioners, founded in 1871 and headquartered in Kansas City, Missouri, bills itself as the “oldest association of state officials” in [...]

Elizabeth Kolbert (The New Yorker | September 19, 2005)

Katrina shows effect of climate change, says Gore

Hurricane Katrina offered “a taste” of the disasters, and the response to them, that the US could expect as a consequence of climate change, former [...]

Fiona Harvey (The Financial Times | September 17, 2005)

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)