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Stark warning over climate change

Rising concentrations of greenhouse gases may have more serious impacts than previously believed, a major scientific report has said.
The report, published by the UK government, [...]

Richard Black (BBC | January 30, 2006)

Blair: Global Warming Is Advancing

The threat posed by climate change may be greater than previously thought, and global warming is advancing at an unsustainable rate, Prime Minister Tony Blair [...]

THE ASSOCIATED PRESS (Associated Press | January 30, 2006)

Debate on Climate Shifts to Issue of Irreparable Change

Some Experts on Global Warming Foresee ‘Tipping Point’ When It Is TooLate to Act
Now that most scientists agree human activity is causing Earth to warm,the [...]

Juliet Eilperin (The Washington Post | January 29, 2006)

6 Ex-Chiefs of E.P.A. Urge Action on Greenhouse Gases

WASHINGTON, Jan. 18 – Six former heads of the Environmental Protection Agency, including five who served Republican presidents, said Wednesday that the Bush administration needed [...]

MICHAEL JANOFSKY (The New York Times | January 19, 2006)

Is it warm in here? We Could Be Ignoring the Biggest Story in Our History

One of the puzzles if you’re in the news business is figuring out what’s “news.” The fate of your local football team certainly fits the [...]

David Ignatius (The Washington Post | January 18, 2006)

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)