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Speakers Call for Action, 'Very Fast,' on Global Warming

If the Rev. Bob Edgar were sitting with you now, he would ask you to join him in a chant: We are . . . we are, he would ask you to say, the leaders we have been waiting for.

Nancy Gaarder (Omaha World Herald | 26 May 2006)

Attenborough: Climate is changing

Climate change is the biggest challenge facing the world, naturalist Sir David Attenborough has said.

(BBC | 24 May 2006)

Report: 5 NJ Coastal Landmarks at Risk From Global Warming

TRENTON, N.J. -- By the end of the century, gamblers may be pulling up to Atlantic City casinos in gondolas instead of tour buses if the predictions of a New Jersey citizens group are correct.

Beth DeFalco (Newsday | 25 May 2006)

Rising Ocean Temperatures Threaten Florida's Coral Reef

If global warming summons images of polar bears clinging to shrinking ice floes, this is its face in the Florida Keys: a sun-dappled stretch of shallows along the turquoise reef line, where scientists painstakingly attach russet polyps of regenerated coral to damaged reefs.

Rick Lyman (The New York Times | 23 May 2006)

Al Gore Promotes Warming Movie in Cannes

Gore, With Global Warming Movie in Cannes, Says U.S. Citizens Are Ahead of Politicians on Issue

The Associated Press (Associated Press | 22 May 2006)

The Flipping Point

How the evidence for anthropogenic global warming has converged to cause this environmental skeptic to make a cognitive flip

Michael Shermer (Scientific American | 22 May 2006)

Clinton: We Must "Get Off Our Butts" to Stop Warming

Austin, Texas - Former President Bill Clinton said on Saturday global warming is a greater threat to the future than terrorism and that the United States and other countries must get off our butts and do something about it.

Pat Jackson (Reuters | 20 May 2006)

To Revitalize a City, Try Spreading Some Mulch

IN many ways, this citys current fortunes are all about mulch. Its everywhere. Bark mulch is spread in neat circles around the citys trees; roughly 30,000 new trees are planted annually. Darker leaf mulch fills planters along State, Dearborn, Michigan and the other major thoroughfares now blooming in spring colors.

Keith Schneider (The New York Times | 17 May 2006)

Shaping Restaurants to Be Models of Efficiency

HERES food for thought: if restaurants were automobiles, they would be Hummers. Thats because the restaurant business wastes more energy than any other industry in America. Experts say that 80 percent of the $10 billion annual energy bill for commercial food service is squandered by the use of inefficient equipment.

Laura Novak (The New York Times | 18 May 2006)

Honda to Expand Production In U.S., Unveil New Hybrid

Honda Motor Co. said yesterday that it will expand production in the United States and Canada and introduce a small hybrid gas-electric passenger car and other vehicles that run on cleaner diesel engines.

Sholnn Freeman (The Washington Post | 20 May 2006)

City-owned vehicles to use biodiesel fuel

City-owned vehicles in San Francisco, including fire engines, buses and even a mobile zoo, will use biodiesel fuel that reduces harmful emissions under an executive directive issued Thursday by Mayor Gavin Newsom.

Cecilia M. Vega (the Guardian | 19 May 2006)

Honda to Expand Production In U.S., Unveil New Hybrid

Honda Motor Co. said yesterday that it will expand production in the United States and Canada and introduce a small hybrid gas-electric passenger car and other vehicles that run on cleaner diesel engines.

Sholnn Freeman (The Washington Post | 18 May 2006)

Climate Change May Kill Millions in Africa

LONDON - Disease spread by global warming could kill an extra 185 million people in sub-Saharan Africa by the end of the century and turn millions more into refugees unless rich nations take action now, a report said on Monday.

Jeremy Lovell (Reuters | 18 May 2006)

Wave of Butterflies Slows to a Trickle

Wave of Butterflies Slows to a Trickle A cold, soggy spring thins out a population already suffering from a loss of habitat. FRESNO - The number of butterflies migrating through California has fallen to nearly a 40-year low as populations already hurt by habitat loss and climate change encountered a cold, wet spring, researchers said.

Associated Press (Associated Press | 13 May 2006)

Curb Your Auto Enthusiasm

Curb Your Auto Enthusiasm Comedian Larry Davids wife Laurie has a serious cause: reducing global warming by getting auto makers to make more environmentally-friendly cars In late April 2006, HybridCars.com editor Bradley Berman caught up with global warming evangelist Laurie David—before the media blitz began for her film An Inconvenient Truth, starring Al Gore. The film hits theaters in late May. Laurie is emerging as the countrys best known climate crisis activist. You also may have heard of her husband, Larry, who drives a Prius. Laurie is determined to turn one voice into a million voices and to make so much noise about global warming that it no longer can be ignored.

Bradley Berman (Business Week | 12 May 2006)

U.S. Must Enact Mandatory Limits on Global Warming Pollution

WASHINGTON (May 10, 2006) -- Today the House Appropriations Committee approved a resolution already passed in the Senate that recognizes the problem of global warming and declares the U.S. needs mandatory limits to cut the pollution that causes it.

NRDC (NRDC | 11 May 2006)

Climate, not humans, said to have killed off mammoths

LONDON (Reuters) - Climate shifts were probably responsible for the extinction of the mammoth and other species more than 10,000 years ago, not over-hunting by humans, according to new research published on Wednesday.

Reuters (Reuters | 10 May 2006)

Warming Throws Bird's Timing Off

A tiny black-and-white songbird that flies from West Africa to the Netherlands to lay its eggs in mid-April is arriving too late for dinner, in what may be one of the subtler consequences of global warming, a new study says.

Bloomberg (Los Angeles Times | 8 May 2006)

New funding for green projects

$6 million announced at Harvards first campus sustainability conference. For the second time in less than two years, Harvard President Lawrence H. Summers doubled the dollars available for campus conservation projects, to $12 million this time, through the Harvard Green Campus Loan Fund.

Alvin Powell (Harvard University | 8 May 2006)

Time to Get Real

Time to get real: global warming is the problem - the biggest problem. It's not a matter of "When?" any longer. It's here. Green is the future - the only future. And it doesn't have to be grim. In this special issue, V.F. Cuts through the hand-wringing, denial, and confusion about climate change with an in-depth look at the challenge ahead, a 30-page portfolio of a passionately pro-environment new generation. click here and read on!

Vanity Fair (Vanity Fair | 5 May 2006)

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