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Fever Claim on Global Warming

Global warming will take a toll on childrens health, according to a new report showing hospital admissions for fever soar as days get hotter.

Herald Sun ( | 22 Feb 2007)

Judge Blocks Coal Plant Order

Opponents won a preliminary court volley Tuesday in TXU's battle to gain permits to build six pulverized coal-fired power plants in Texas, including one in Savoy.

AP (Associated Press | 21 Feb 2007)

Australia Is Seeking Nationwide Shift to Energy-Saving Light Bulbs

Australia looks ready to become the first country to phase out incandescent light bulbs in favor of more energy-efficient compact fluorescent bulbs, as part of its drive to reduce emissions of greenhouse gases.

Tim Johnston (The New York Times | 21 Feb 2007)

Hornets Hit France and Could Reach Britain

Swarms of giant hornets renowned for their vicious stings and skill at massacring honeybees have settled in France.

Peter Allen ( | 21 Feb 2007)

Climate Change Laps at Bangladesh's Shores

Bhamia, Bangladesh — GLOBAL warming has a taste in this village. It is the taste of salt.

Henry Chu (Los Angeles Times | 21 Feb 2007)

Australia Pulls Plug on Old Bulbs

Australia has announced plans to ban incandescent light bulbs and replace them with more energy efficient fluorescent bulbs. The environment minister said the move could cut the countrys greenhouse gas emissions by 4 million tonnes by 2012.

BBC (BBC | 21 Feb 2007)

Plastic Bags will Cost a Nickel at Ikea

Customers leave Ikeas 29 U.S. stores every day with Nordic-named housewares and assemble-it-yourself furniture, but the Swedish home furnishings retailer wants to see shoppers walk out with one less thing: a plastic bag.

Joann Loviglio (Associated Press | 21 Feb 2007)

Scientists Unite to Push Bush on Climate

Pressure on the White House to act on scientific assessments of global warming mounted yesterday after the world's largest general scientific society said that climate change was a "threat to society".

Lewis Smith (The Times | 20 Feb 2007)

Laurie David & Sheryl Crow Announce "Stop Global Warming College Tour"

Activist & Singer-songwriter to Mobilize College Students around Global Warming

StopGlobalWarming.org (StopGlobalWarming.org | 20 Feb 2007)

Global Warming Could Change Romania's Soccer Season

The Romanian Soccer Federation is considering changing the soccer seasons dates due to global warming, chairman Mircea Sandu said Monday.

Asspciated Press (Associated Press | 16 Feb 2007)

Lights out at Rome's Colosseum, Other Italian Monuments on Anniversary of Kyoto Protocol

The Colosseum, the Pantheon and the Trevi fountain were among monuments that went dark across Italy on Friday as part of a national demonstration of concern about climate change.

Associated Press (Associated Press | 16 Feb 2007)

'Live Earth' Concerts in All 7 Continents to Reach Global Audience of Over 2 Billion

Detailing a historic effort to engage billions of people across the globe, Kevin Wall, Al Gore, Pharrell Williams, Cameron Diaz, and the MSN Network today launched Save Our Selves (SOS) - The Campaign for a Climate in Crisis.

LiveEarth.org (StopGlobalWarming.org | 16 Feb 2007)

Car Rental Co. Pledges $50M for Trees

Enterprise Rent-a-Car Co. has pledged $50 million over the next half century to help the foundation and the U.S. Forest Service plant 50 million trees to combat deforestation, driven most recently by devastating wildfires in the West.

Margery Beck (Associated Press | 13 Feb 2007)

Green Campus Program Gives Out Light Bulbs

It took Isla Vista residents less than seven days to bring light to their worlds this Saturday - and no rest was required the next day because of it.

Dana Olsen (UCSB Daily Nexus | 12 Feb 2007)

Weather for Ice Fishing Is Late in Adirondacks

There was a time when residents could count on the vast lakes of the Adirondacks to freeze over, and stay that way, for a good third of the year.

Lisa W. Foderaro (The New York Times | 10 Feb 2007)

Virgin's Branson Offers $25 Mln Global Warming Prize

Airline tycoon Richard Branson announced on Friday a $25 million prize for the first person to come up with a way of scrubbing greenhouse gases out of the atmosphere in the battle to beat global warming.

Jeremy Lovell (Reuters | 9 Feb 2007)

'Cool Globes' on Parade

This summer's outdoor art exhibit in Chicago will be "Cool Globes" — up to 100 giant globes, each designed by a different local artist, each bearing a different message about how Chicagoans can do their part to help solve global warming.

Fran Spielman (Chicago Sun-Times | 7 Feb 2007)

Hot Topic

Except in certain benighted precincts—oil-industry-funded Web sites, the Bush White House, Michael Crichton's den—no one wastes much energy these days trying to deny global warming.

Elizabeth Kolbert (The New Yorker | 6 Feb 2007)

China Sweats in Warmest Temperatures on Record

Skating has been banned on the melting ice of Beijings lakes, trees are blossoming early and people are shedding their heavy clothes as China experiences its warmest winter on record.

Dan Martin (Agence France Press | 6 Feb 2007)

On the Climate Change Beat, Doubt Gives Way to Certainty

In the decade when I was the lead reporter on climate change for this newspaper, nearly every blizzard or cold wave that hit the Northeast would bring the same conversation at work.

William K. Stevens (The New York Times | 6 Feb 2007)

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