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The Threat of Climate Change
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2009

A Plan for U.S. Emissions to Be Buried Under Sea
(The New York Times, April 17, 2009)
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Climate bill sends chill through coal country
(Minneapolis Star Tribune, April 16, 2009)

Climate Legislation Sends Chill Through Areas Fueled by Coal
(The New York Times, April 8, 2009)
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Trouble in store
(The Economist, March 5, 2009)

Scrubbing the skies
(The Economist, March 5, 2009)

Obama’s Greenhouse Gas Gamble
(The New York Times, Feb. 27, 2009)
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Does bitter winter weather refute climate-change claims?
(Christian Science Monitor, Feb. 27, 2009)

A Carbon Keeper: Crop Waste Sunk to the Ocean Deep
(The New York Times, Feb. 2, 2009)
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Researchers study the other greenhouse gas: water vapor
(Christian Science Monitor, Jan. 29, 2009)

2008

Hard Task for New Team on Energy and Climate
(The New York Times, Dec. 15, 2008)
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Concern for Climate Change Defines Energy Dept. Nominee
(Washington Post, Dec. 12, 2008)
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Report Says 2 Global Programs To Curb Emissions Fall Short
(Washington Post, Dec. 6, 2008)
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Obama Affirms Climate Change Goals
(The New York Times, Nov. 18, 2008)
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Financial crisis threatens climate-change momentum
(The Christian Science Monitor, Nov. 13, 2008)

Climate change threatening lemmings
(The Christian Science Monitor, Nov. 6, 2008)

Thoreau Is Rediscovered as a Climatologist
(The New York Times, Oct. 27, 2008)
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Treading lightly: How to gauge my carbon footprint?
(The Christian Science Monitor, Sept. 26, 2008)

Surprise: Old-growth forests soak up CO2
(The Christian Science Monitor, Sept. 24, 2008)

2007

Cities Take Lead On Environment As Debate Drags At Federal Level
(Washington Post, June 9, 2007)
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NASA Leader Regrets Global Warming Comments
(The New York Times, June 9, 2007)
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More Effort Urged to Reduce Greenhouse Gases
(Washington Post, June 7, 2007)
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Greenland ice melt speeds up
(San Francisco Chronicle, June 2, 2007)

Scientists report rise in carbon dioxide levels
(Lawrence Journal-World, May 22, 2007)

Nature's carbon 'sink' smaller than expected
(Christian Science Monitor, May 3, 2007)

Arctic melt-off: ahead of schedule
(Christian Science Monitor, May 3, 2007)

Carbon-Neutral Is Hip, but Is It Green?
(The New York Times, April 29, 2007)
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States take lead in cutting carbon emissions
(Christian Science Monitor, April 27, 2007)

Is China outdoing US in curbing carbon?
(Christian Science Monitor, April 27, 2007)

Climate Panel Sees Need for New Steps on Emissions
(The New York Times, April 27, 2007)
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Public Remains Split on Response to Warming
(The New York Times, April 27, 2007)
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Canada Announces Goals for Reducing Emissions
(The New York Times, April 27, 2007)
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China moves to shrink its carbon footprint
(Christian Science Monitor, April 26, 2007)

Climate Change Adds Twist to Debate Over Dams
(The New York Times, April 23, 2007)
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This Earth Day, a focus on Earth's warming
(Christian Science Monitor, April 20, 2007)

Global Warming: The Latest Research and Politics
(Washington Post, April 16, 2007)
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The Power of Green
(The New York Times Magazine, April 15, 2007)
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Global Warming Called Security Threat
(The New York Times, April 15, 2007)
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To Fight Global Warming, Some Hang a Clothesline
(The New York Times, April 12, 2007)
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Automakers pitch first climate-change court fight in Vermont
(Christian Science Monitor, April 12, 2007)

Key climate question: What's the cost of carbon?
(Christian Science Monitor, April 12, 2007)

Hollywood's guru of global warming
(Christian Science Monitor, April 12, 2007)

ConocoPhillips Joins Climate Group
(Washington Post, April 11, 2007)
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Foundation to Offer $100 Million to Deal With Global Warming
(The New York Times, April 9, 2007)
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Latest global warming report urges world to begin adapting
(Christian Science Monitor, April 6, 2007)

Supreme Court: EPA must address climate risk
(Christian Science Monitor, April 3, 2007)

Reports From Four Fronts in the War on Warming
(The New York Times, April 3, 2007)
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The 2 percent solution on global warming
(Topeka Capital-Journal, March 31, 2007)
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Scientists weigh risks of climate 'techno-fixes'
(Christian Science Monitor, March 29, 2007)

Activists Feel Warming on Climate Change
(Washington Post, March 21, 2007)
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Gore faces Congress on climate change
(San Francisco Chronicle, March 21, 2007)

Gore Urges Quick Action on Global Warming
(The New York Times, March 21, 2007)
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Material Shows Weakening of Climate Reports
(The New York Times, March 20, 2007)
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Britain unveils 'global first' bill to cut CO2 emissions
(Christian Science Monitor, March 14, 2007)

Britain Drafts Laws to Slash Carbon Emissions
(The New York Times, March 14, 2007)
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Renewing a Call to Act Against Climate Change
(The New York Times, March 14, 2007)
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Pelosi Reveals Who's Who On Global Warming Panel
(Washington Post, March 12, 2007)
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Climate change brews ocean trouble
(Christian Science Monitor, March 8, 2007)

Even White House predicts rise in greenhouse gases
(Christian Science Monitor, March 8, 2007)

China about to pass U.S. as world's top generator of greenhouse gases
(San Francisco Chronicle, March 5, 2007)

As warnings grow more dire, Nobelist emerges as leader
(San Francisco Chronicle, March 5, 2007)

U.S. Predicting Steady Increase for Emissions
(The New York Times, March 3, 2007)
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Evangelical’s Focus on Climate Draws Fire of Christian Right
(The New York Times, March 3, 2007)
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Follow Calif. on warming, Congress told
(San Francisco Chronicle, March 2, 2007)

U.N. Secretary General Calls Global Warming a Priority
(Washington Post, March 2, 2007)
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New search for global warming at poles
(Christian Science Monitor, Feb. 26, 2007)

2-Year Study of Polar Changes Set to Begin
(The New York Times, Feb. 26, 2007)
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Europeans Agree to Cut Emissions Sharply if U.S. and Others Follow Suit
(The New York Times, Feb. 21, 2007)
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To cool Earth, just scrub the carbon
(Christian Science Monitor, Feb. 15, 2007)

Climate change prime topic at science summit
(San Francisco Chronicle, Feb. 15, 2007)

Study Questions Prospects for Much Lower Emissions
(The New York Times, Feb. 15, 2007)
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Canada’s House Backs Steep Emission Cuts
(The New York Times, Feb. 15, 2007)
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Al Gore to Sound Off On Climate Change With Concert Event
(Washington Post, Feb. 15, 2007)
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Europe Proposes to Reduce New Cars’ Carbon Dioxide
(The New York Times, Feb. 8, 2007)
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Key players react to the IPCC global warming report
(Christian Science Monitor, Feb. 8, 2007)

China Says Rich Countries Should Take Lead on Global Warming
(The New York Times, Feb. 7, 2007)
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Reports on global warming lag behind the science
(Christian Science Monitor, Feb. 7, 2007)

In wake of latest climate report, calls mount for global response
(Christian Science Monitor, Feb. 5, 2007)

Worse than we thought
(The Guardian (UK), Feb. 3, 2007)

A clearer global climate forecast
(Christian Science Monitor, Feb. 1, 2007)

France Tells U.S. to Sign Climate Pacts or Face Tax
(The New York Times, Feb. 1, 2007)
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Scientists Criticize White House Stance on Climate Change Findings
(The New York Times, Jan. 31, 2007)
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World Scientists Near Consensus on Warming
(The New York Times, Jan. 30, 2007)
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On global warming, what US can learn from Europe
(Christian Science Monitor, Jan. 30, 2007)

The Warming of Greenland
(The New York Times, Jan. 16, 2007)
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Bold move on global warming
(San Francisco Chronicle, Jan. 10, 2007)

Do carbon offsets live up to their promise?
(Christian Science Monitor, Jan. 10, 2007)

To make amends for emissions, businesses try offsets
(Christian Science Monitor, Jan. 8, 2007)

Exxon Accused of Trying to Mislead Public
(The New York Times, January 4, 2007)
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Report: Smoke, Mirrors & Hot Air
(Union of Concerned Scientists, Jan. 2007, PDF - 1.8 MB)

2006

PG&E sells offsets for carbon-neutral living
(San Francisco Chronicle, Dec. 19, 2006)

Spring gets out of sync
(San Francisco Chronicle, Dec. 14, 2006)

Ice at North Pole could be gone by 2040, scientists warn
(San Francisco Chronicle, Dec. 12, 2006)

By 2040, Greenhouse Gases Could Lead to an Open Arctic Sea in Summers
(New York Times, Dec. 12, 2006)
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Greenhouse Effect Could Cause a Space Problem
(Washington Post, Dec. 12, 2006)
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The Cost of an Overheated Planet
(New York Times, Dec. 12, 2006)
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Climate change hits hard in the Australian outback
(Christian Science Monitor, Nov. 20, 2006)

Backstory: Greenhouse masses
(Christian Science Monitor, Nov. 20, 2006)

Big Conference on Warming Ends, Achieving Modest Results
(New York Times, Nov. 18, 2006)
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Scientists: Climate change making wildfires worse
(CNN.com, Nov. 14, 2006)

In Ancient Fossils, Seeds of a New Debate on Warming
(New York Times, Nov. 7, 2006)
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Budgets Falling in Race to Fight Global Warming
(New York Times, Oct. 30, 2006)
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Ski resorts fight global warming
(San Francisco Chronicle, Oct. 27, 2006)

Richard Branson's Global-Warming Donation Nearly As Much As Cost Of Failed Balloon Trips
(The Onion, October 18, 2006)

Sen. Inhofe fights the tide, calls warming by humans a hoax
(San Francisco Chronicle, Oct. 11, 2006)

Report warns of warming in West
(San Francisco Chronicle, Oct. 6, 2006)

Journal Says Global Warming Document Was Blocked
(New York Times, September 28, 2006)
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Schwarzenegger Signs Global Warming Bill
(San Francisco Chronicle, Sept. 27, 2006)

Extraordinary Rise in Warming Is Seen
(New York Times, September 28, 2006)
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British Science Group Says Exxon Misrepresents Climate Issues
(New York Times, September 21, 2006)
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Branson Pledges Billions to Fight Global Warming
(New York Times, September 21, 2006)
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On the flight path to global meltdown
(The Guardian (UK), September 21, 2006)

White House Outlines Global Warming Fight
(Washington Post, September 21, 2006)
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Hard choices for governor: 2 new bills on warming
(San Francisco Chronicle, Sept. 21, 2006)

Monbiot: Why my house is a disaster zone
(The Guardian (UK), September 20, 2006)

Toxic mercury contaminating more species, report shows
(San Francisco Chronicle, Sept. 20, 2006)

The denial industry
(The Guardian (UK), September 19, 2006)

Gore Calls for Immediate Freeze on Heat-Trapping Gas Emissions
(New York Times, September 19, 2006)
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In Gamble, Calif. Tries to Curb Greenhouse Gases
(New York Times, September 15, 2006)
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Even in winter, arctic ice melting
(San Francisco Chronicle, Sept. 14, 2006)

Report links global warming, storms
(San Francisco Chronicle, Sept. 12, 2006)

Texas cool to confront warming
(Kansas City Star, September 12, 2006)
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Gore: We have to solve global warming
(CNN.com, September 5, 2006)

'A critical step' on warming
(San Francisco Chronicle, Sept. 1, 2006)

California takes lead in global-warming fight
(Christian Science Monitor, Sept. 1, 2006)

State's historic deal on warming
(San Francisco Chronicle, August 31, 2006)

Officials Reach California Deal to Cut Emissions
(New York Times, August 31, 2006)
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Feinstein unveils Dem plan to cut greenhouse gas
(San Francisco Chronicle, August 25, 2006)

In Oregon, a close-up look into a coastal dead zone
(Christian Science Monitor, August 25, 2006)

Industry starts to back rules on greenhouse gas
(San Francisco Chronicle, August 24, 2006)

A new idea to fight global warming
(San Francisco Chronicle, August 11, 2006)

Clinton Foundation to Work to Reduce Greenhouse Gases
(New York Times Magazine, August 2, 2006)
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22 Cities Join Clinton Anti-Warming Effort
(Washington Post, August 2, 2006)
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If You Thought Last Week Was Hot ...
(San Francisco Chronicle, August 1, 2006)

Is the recent heat wave a clue to global warming?
(San Francisco Chronicle, July 30, 2006)

Utilities Pay Scientist Ally on Warming
(New York Times, July 28, 2006)
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Climate Experts Warn of More Coastal Building
(New York Times, July 25, 2006)
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Now's the time to cellar wine
(San Francisco Chronicle, July 11, 2006)

Greenhouse gas turning oceans acidic
(San Francisco Chronicle, July 6, 2006)

Dick Morris: Gore, Hillary go where Bush fears to tread
(Goodland Star-News, June 30, 2006)

A Refinery Clears the Air to Grow Roses
(New York Times, June 30, 2006)
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New German Rule Could Increase Greenhouse Gas Emissions
(New York Times, June 29, 2006)
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Warming and the Whales
(San Francisco Chronicle, June 28, 2006)

Justices Agree to Consider New Case on Emissions
(New York Times, June 27, 2006)
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Energy Challenge: How to Cool a Planet (Maybe)
(New York Times, June 27, 2006)
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Think globally? Act domestically.
(Christian Science Monitor, June 26, 2006)

Greenland's Ice Sheet Is Slip-Sliding Away
(Los Angeles Times, June 25, 2006)
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It's Official: We live in hot times
(San Francisco Chronicle, June 23, 2006)

Panel Supports a Controversial Report on Global Warming
(New York Times, June 23, 2006)
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Next Victim of Warming: The Beaches
(New York Times, June 20, 2006)
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Permafrost melt could speed up global warming
(San Francisco Chronicle, June 16, 2006)

Quebec unveils carbon tax
(Toronto (Ont.) Globe and Mail, June 16, 2006)

As the World Warms: A Glacial Archive That Documents a Melting Landscape
(New York Times, June 13, 2006)
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2 Studies Link Global Warming to Greater Power of Hurricanes
(New York Times, May 31, 2006)
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Study: Global warming means itchier poison ivy
(CNN.com, May 30, 2006)

Trade winds' slowdown backs warming theory
(San Francisco Chronicle, May 4, 2006)

Climate Change Will Be Significant but Not Extreme, Study Predicts
(Washington Post, April 20, 2006)
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California tackles greenhouse emissions
(Christian Science Monitor, April 18, 2006)

Governor: Go slow in fight on warming
He wants to protect industries while addressing global problem
(San Francisco Chronicle, April 12, 2006)

New case for regulating CO2 emissions
(Christian Science Monitor, April 6, 2006)

Little time to avoid big thaw, scientists warn
(Christian Science Monitor, March 24, 2006)

Hot topic gets warm support
(Christian Science Monitor, March 23, 2006)

Study Says U.S. Companies Lag on Global Warming
(New York Times, March 22, 2006)
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Ice Retreats in Arctic for 2nd Year; Some Fear Most of It Will Vanish
(New York Times, March 15, 2006)
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12 states challenge EPA's refusal to regulate greenhouse gases
(San Francisco Chronicle, March 4, 2006)

Antarctica ice melting faster than can be replenished, satellites show
(San Francisco Chronicle, March 3, 2006)

Antarctic Ice Sheet Is Melting Rapidly
(Washington Post, March 3, 2006)
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Loss of Antarctic Ice Increases
(New York Times, March 3, 2006)
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White House spin reaches science research
(Christian Science Monitor, March 2, 2006)

Rapid Warming' Spreads Havoc in Canada's Forests
(Washington Post, March 1, 2006)
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Alarming data on Greenland's glaciers
(San Francisco Chronicle, Feb. 17, 2006)

Hotter issue in red states: global warming
(Christian Science Monitor, Feb. 14, 2006)

NASA climate researcher accuses 2nd agency of muzzling scientists
(San Francisco Chronicle, Feb. 11, 2006)

Evangelicals pressure Brownback on climate
(Wichita Eagle, Feb. 9, 2006)

Evangelical Leaders Join Global Warming Initiative
(New York Times, Feb. 8, 2006)
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Nation's Snowmen March Against Global Warming
(The Onion, January 25, 2006)

Climate summit challenges Kyoto's approach
(Christian Science Monitor, Jan. 10, 2006)

2005

Climate talks: some progress, but without US
(Christian Science Monitor, Dec. 12, 2005)

US stand poses hurdle at environmental talks
(Christian Science Monitor, Dec. 2, 2005)

A rapid warm-up for the Northwest
(Christian Science Monitor, Oct. 27, 2005)

States take on feds over environment
(Christian Science Monitor, Oct. 6, 2005)

As planet warms, storms grow stronger
(Christian Science Monitor, Aug. 1, 2005)

Charles D. Keeling, 77, Who Raised Global Warming Issue, Dies
(New York Times, June 23, 2005)
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Global warming is a 'clear and increasing threat'
(New Scientist, June 8, 2005)

Bush Aide Softened Greenhouse Gas Links to Global Warming
(New York Times, June 8, 2005)
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U.S. urged to cut greenhouse gases
(Detroit Free Press, June 8, 2005)

Global-warming fight goes grass roots
(Christian Science Monitor, June 6, 2005)

An escape valve for greenhouse gas
(Christian Science Monitor, June 2, 2005)

Antarctica's central ice cap grows while glaciers melt
(San Francisco Chronicle, May 20, 2005)

Ocean tells the story: Earth is heating up
(San Francisco Chronicle, April 29, 2005)

Smaller glaciers in key Antarctic area
(San Francisco Chronicle, April 25, 2005)

Antarctic ice thickens, despite global warming
(Topeka Capital-Journal, January 18, 2002)
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In Antarctica, No Warming Trend
(Washington Post, January 14, 2002)
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Kansas Related News

2009

Kansas Geological Survey receives $5 million grant to study CO2 storage
(KU News Release, November 9, 2009)

Global warming theory received coolly
(Lawrence Journal-World, Sept. 7, 2009)

Cap-and-trade won't pass Senate, Brownback tells KIOGA
(Wichita Eagle, August 18, 2009)

Kansas lawmakers slam cap-and-trade proposal
(Forbes.com, August 17, 2009)

Students study ways to cut KU’s carbon footprint
(Lawrence Journal-World, May 10, 2009)

Coal plant foes applaud report
(Lawrence Journal-World, April 18, 2009)

Antarctica is heating up fast, a Kansas researcher and other scientists warn
(Miami (Fla.) Herald, March 8, 2009)

KDHE secretary issues carbon dioxide guidelines relating to power plant permits
(Lawrence Journal-World, Feb. 9, 2009)

Kansas agency tries to clarify policy on CO2
(Kansas City Star, Feb. 5, 2009)

2008

KU student researcher braves Antarctic chill to gauge ice thickness
(KU News Release, Nov. 12, 2008)

2007

KU researcher among scientists studying glacier for warming clues
(Lawrence Journal-World, June 10, 2007)

In Arctic Ice, Lessons on Effects of Warming
(Washington Post, June 9, 2007)
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Festival speakers promote environmental awareness
(Lawrence Journal-World, June 9, 2007)

Emissions limits could be costly
(Lawrence Journal-World, June 6, 2007)

Group says global warming may kill off Kansas symbol
(Lawrence Journal-World, May 19, 2007)

Professor warns of return to 'Dirty Thirties'
(Hutchinson News, May 19, 2007)
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Kansans spread the word on global warning
(Wichita Eagle, April 27, 2007)

What Wichita is doing to reduce greenhouse gas emissions
(Wichita Eagle, April 27, 2007)

Global warming health effects
(San Francisco Chronicle, April 17, 2007)

Students support climate action
(University of Kansas Daily Kansan, April 16, 2007)

Rally steps up climate awareness
(Lawrence Journal-World, April 15, 2007)

Climate change activists rally at WU
(Topeka Capital-Journal, April 15, 2007)
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Council eyes response to warming
(Hutchinson News, April 14, 2007)
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KU’s Center for Remote Sensing of Ice Sheets takes part in global research effort
(KU News Release, March 1, 2007)

House passes greenhouse gas bill
(Harris News Service, Feb. 23, 2007)

Is Kansas suffering from global warming?
(Wichita Eagle, Feb. 3, 2007)

Science Puts the Chill to California's Global Warming Hot Air
(National Policy Analysis, January 2007)

2006

Japanese diplomat shares experiences with students
(Lawrence Journal-World, October 2, 2006)

Kansas leaders say they'll wait for federal carbon caps
(Hutchinson News, September 1, 2006)
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On emissions, Wichita goes its own way
(Wichita Eagle, August 24, 2006)

Scientists discuss pumping carbon underground at KU conference
(Lawrence Journal-World, July 12, 2006)

Alarming data on Greenland's glaciers
(San Francisco Chronicle, Feb. 17, 2006)

Greenland’s glaciers moving faster, losing mass
(KU News Release, Feb. 17, 2006)

Can the Amazon change Kansas weather?
Professor's research finds land use can alter climate across continents
(KU Oread, Jan. 23, 2006)

K-State soil carbon sequestration research playing a role in climate change efforts between the United States and Canada
(K-State Media Relations, April 27, 2004)

KU researcher's data contribute to most detailed study of Greenland ice sheet
(KU News Release, January 4, 2002)

KU researchers study melting of Greenland ice sheet
(KU News Release, August 10, 2000)

K-State Climatologist Discusses Concern for Global Warming
(K-State Media Relations, July 1999)

Commentary

Gov. Sanford: The Right Needs to Get Invested in the Search for Climate Change Solutions
(Washington Post, Feb. 23, 2007)
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Commentary: Global warming report: a call for all to care for God's creation
(Christian Science Monitor, Feb. 8, 2007)

Samuelson: Global Warming and Hot Air
(Washington Post, Feb. 7, 2007)
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Editorial: Report a call to action on warming
(Wichita Eagle, Feb. 6, 2007)

Essay: On the Climate Change Beat, Doubt Gives Way to Certainty
(The New York Times, Feb. 6, 2007)
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Applebaum: Global Warming's Simple Remedy
(Washington Post, Feb. 6, 2007)
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Editorial: Confronting climate change
(San Francisco Chronicle, Feb. 6, 2007)

Saunders: Hot house science
(San Francisco Chronicle, Feb. 6, 2007)

Oreskes: The Long Consensus On Climate Change
(Washington Post, Feb. 1, 2007)
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Brown: Debate is shifting on global warming
(Lawrence Journal-World, Jan. 30, 2007)

Rubin: Climate goals gain momentum
(Lawrence Journal-World, Jan. 29, 2007)

Brown: Debate is shifting on global warming
(Lawrence Journal-World, Jan. 30, 2007)

Rubin: Climate goals gain momentum
(Lawrence Journal-World, Jan. 29, 2007)

Editorial: Washington's sudden climate change
(Christian Science Monitor, Jan. 23, 2007)

Krishtalka: No good environment news
(Lawrence Journal-World, Jan. 10, 2007)

EDITORIAL: A tailpipe war
(San Francisco Chronicle, Jan. 10, 2007)

Editorial: Polar bear listing means little without climate acknowledgment
(Kansas City Star, Jan. 8, 2007)

Silverstein: Carbon Footprints and Cars
(Energy Biz Insider, Jan. 5, 2007)

Editorial: The de-carboning of American lifestyles
(Christian Science Monitor, Dec. 12, 2006)

Scholfield: Kansas in the crosshairs of warming
(Wichita Eagle, Dec. 1, 2006)

Schorr: A climate change on climate change
(Christian Science Monitor, Nov. 3, 2006)

Editorial: Cooling the planet at the gas roots
(Christian Science Monitor, Nov. 1, 2006)

Editorial: Doubting Inhofe
(New York Times, Oct. 12, 2006)
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Editorial: More climate debate fodder
(Manhattan Mercury, September 12, 2006)
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Editorial: California's inconvenient truth
(Christian Science Monitor, September 6, 2006)

EDITORIAL: Shades of green
(San Francisco Chronicle, September 5, 2006)

What's Kansas doing to fight warming?
(Wichita Eagle, September 1, 2006)

Editorial: From California, a Breakthrough
(New York Times, September 1, 2006)
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Sunstein: Limiting Climate Change: The Neglected Obstacle
(Washington Post, August 18, 2006)
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Dolan: Cold, Hard Facts
(New York Times, July 27, 2006)
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Kaul: Global warming is here to stay
(Topeka Capital-Journal, July 14, 2006)
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Samuelson: Global Warming's Real Inconvenient Truth
(Washington Post, July 5, 2006)
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Alterman: Global Warming: Now’s the Time to Act
(Mother Earth News, June/July 2006)

Saunders: Global warming fever
(San Francisco Chronicle, June 13, 2006)

Easterbrook: Finally Feeling the Heat
(New York Times, May 24, 2006)
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Meltdown: Yelling 'Fire' on a Hot Planet
(New York Times, April 23, 2006)
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Seager: People omitted from climate change equation
(Topeka Capital-Journal, April 22, 2006)
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Editorial: A greenhouse guessing game
(San Francisco Chronicle, April 19, 2006)

Ignatius: The Planet Can't Wait
(Washington Post, March 8, 2006)
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Harvey: Combating global warming makes economic sense
(San Francisco Chronicle, Feb. 21, 2006)

Editorial: Kyoto out of kilter
(Christian Science Monitor, Dec. 6, 2005)

Samuelson: Greenhouse Hypocrisy
(Washington Post, June 29, 2005)
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Editorial: Climate Shock
(New York Times, June 27, 2005)
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Editorial: Greenhouse Gas Games
(Washington Post, June 23, 2005)
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Editorial: Feeling the Heat
(New York Times, June 14, 2005)
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Editorial: Still too cool to global warming
(Manhattan (KS) Mercury, June 9, 2005)
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Balling: Global-warming plan just a cash cow for ag
(Wichita Eagle, June 25, 2003)

 
 

 


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