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Saving the Planet One Dorm at a Time

Dont kill polar bears. Take the stairs. The message, found on fliers next to elevators across the Phillips Academy campus, is part of the schools new push to save electricity and reduce global warming.

Colin Steele (The Eagle-Tribune | 3 Feb 2007)

British to Show Al Gore Movie in Schools

Former U.S. Vice President Al Gores global warming documentary will be sent to every secondary school in England as part of a campaign to tackle climate change, the government said Friday.

Associated Press (Associated Press | 2 Feb 2007)

Scientists’ Urgent Climate Warning Underscores Need for Swift Action

The most definitive climate science report to date was released today in Paris, underscoring the urgency to act here in Washington, according to the Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC). The consensus report amplifies warnings that have been coming for some time, and suggests costly and difficult problems if steps are not taken soon to prevent them.

NRDC (NRDC | 2 Feb 2007)

Trees Take on Greenhouse Gases at Super Bowl

Its red mangrove trees versus greenhouse gases at the Super Bowl in Miami on Sunday.

Timothy Gardner (Reuters | 1 Feb 2007)

Australia Temperatures to Soar in 65 years

Average temperatures in Sydney will rise by about 9 degrees during the next 65 years, with devastating consequences including 1,300 more heat-related deaths per year, according to a government study released Wednesday.

Associated Press (Associated Press | 31 Jan 2007)

Eiffel Tower to Switch off Lights as Scientists Finish Major Report on Global Warming

On Thursday evening, as scientists and officials put finishing touches on a long-awaited report about global warming, the Paris landmark will switch off its 20,000 flashing light bulbs that run up and down the tower and illuminate the French capitals skyline.

Angela Charlton (Associated Press | 30 Jan 2007)

Waxman Seeks Climate Inquiry Evidence

The Democratic chairman of a House panel examining the governments response to climate change said Tuesday there is evidence that senior Bush administration officials sought repeatedly to mislead the public by injecting doubt into the science of global warming.

H. Josef Hebert (Associated Press | 30 Jan 2007)

Polar Bears Having Land Births

Pregnant polar bears in Alaska, which spend most of their lives on sea ice, are increasingly giving birth on land, according to researchers who say global warming is probably to blame.

Associated Press (Associated Press | 26 Jan 2007)

Global warming, Development Causing Waterbird Populations to Decline

A global survey reports that nearly half of the worlds waterbird species are in decline, blaming it mostly on rapid economic development and the effects of climate change.

The Associated Press (Associated Press | 24 Jan 2007)

Report Has 'Smoking Gun' on Climate

Human-caused global warming is here — visible in the air, water and melting ice — and is destined to get much worse in the future, an authoritative global scientific report will warn next week.

Seth Borenstein (Associated Press | 23 Jan 2007)

Global Warming: The Final Verdict

A study by the worlds leading experts says global warming will happen faster and be more devastating than previously thought.

Robin McKie (The Observer | 22 Jan 2007)

A Warning From the Garden

Well, so much for our daffodils! They all bloomed in our front yard last week. They now form a nice bright yellow cluster at the bottom of our driveway. Temperatures of 65 degrees in Washington in January will do that. Frankly, daffodils in January do brighten up the lawn. Maybe next year we'll try for roses in February.

Thomas L. Friedman (The New York Times | 19 Jan 2007)

A Coalition for Firm Limit on Emissions

Ten major companies with operations across the economy — utilities, manufacturing, petroleum, chemicals and financial services — have banded together with leading environmental groups to call for a firm nationwide limit on carbon dioxide emissions that would lead to reductions of 10 to 30 percent over the next 15 years.

Felicity Barringer (The New York Times | 19 Jan 2007)

Scottish Schools to Show Climate Change Film

The film about climate change, An Inconvenient Truth, made by the former US vice-president Al Gore, is to be shown in secondary schools in Scotland as part of a new learning initiative unveiled today.

Tim Clark (the Guardian | 18 Jan 2007)

Science + Religion = New Alliance to Save the Planet

A coalition of scientists and religious leaders often at fundamental odds over the issue of the planets age and how it came to be are now pledging to set aside their disagreements over the origin of life in pursuit of a common goal: protecting the world from global warming, pollution, extinctions, and other reckless human activity.

Clayton Sandell and Bill Blakemore (ABC News | 17 Jan 2007)

The Warming of Greenland

All over Greenland and the Arctic, rising temperatures are not simply melting ice; they are changing the very geography of coastlines.

John Collins Rudolf (The New York Times | 16 Jan 2007)

Balmy, Snowless Winter Worries Mainers

The unseasonably mild weather Maine has been experiencing is making some people nervous.

Steve Cartwright (Kennebec Journal | 16 Jan 2007)

Winter's Worrisome Warmth

When winter finally shows up in parts of the nation that basked in oddly springlike temperatures through much of December and January, itll be tempting to forget all about the news that 2006 was the warmest on record in the continental USA. Not so fast.

USA Today (USA Today | 12 Jan 2007)

A Day at the Movies Is Quite an Eye-Opener

The environmental agenda in the Maryland House of Delegates yesterday led off with popcorn and a front-row view of rising sea levels and melting glaciers spelling disaster for the planet.

Lisa Rein (The Washington Post | 12 Jan 2007)

Schwarzenegger Orders Cuts in Emissions

Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger said Tuesday that he would ask regulators to require the state's petroleum refiners and gasoline sellers to cut by 10 percent the emissions of heat-trapping gases associated with the production and use of their products.

Jennifer Steinhauer and Felicity Barringer (The New York Times | 10 Jan 2007)

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