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Global warming weakening Pacific Ocean Wind Pattern, Study Says

NEW YORK (AP) — Global warming caused by human activity has begun to dampen an important wind circulation pattern over the Pacific Ocean, and that could alter climate and the marine food chain in that area, a new study suggests.

(Associated Press | 4 May 2006)

Indy 500 Switching To Ethanol Blend For 2006 Season

WASHINGTON -- Gasoline Alley at the Indianapolis 500 will soon become Ethanol Alley: The Indy Racing League is switching from methanol to a new mixture relying on corn-derived ethanol.

( | 4 May 2006)

Global Warming Melting "Roof of the World" Glacier

NANNING, April 30 (Xinhua) -- Pouring over four decades of research based on data from Chinas 681 weather stations, the countrys scientists have found that global warming is seriously affecting the roof of the world, as west Chinas Qinghai-Tibet plateau is known.

Zhu Jin ( | 2 May 2006)

10 states sue EPA over global warming

APR. 27 12:44 P.M. ET Ten states fired a new legal salvo at the federal government Thursday in a long-running court battle over global warming and pollution from power plants.

Business Week (Business Week | 28 Apr 2006)

Apple Offers Free Computer Take-Back Program

Apple Named One of Top Ten Environmentally Progressive Companies CUPERTINO, California—April 21, 2006—Apple® today announced an expansion of its successful recycling program, offering free computer take-back and recycling with the purchase of a new Macintosh® system beginning in June.

(Apple | 26 Apr 2006)

Around the World, Warmer Temperatures Mean More Infections

April 25, 2006 - - At first glance, an outbreak of diarrhea among passengers on board a cruise ship in Alaskan waters in the summer of 2004 seemed to be relatively harmless.

Joy Victory (ABC News | 25 Apr 2006)

Her Lightbulb Moment

It hit Laurie David as she pushed a stroller through a cloud of SUV exhaust: It was up to women to stop global warming. She raised awareness, got her husband, Larry, to drive a Prius on Curb Your Enthusiasm, and became one of the most powerful environmentalists in America.

Elle Magazine (Elle | 25 Apr 2006)

Experts: Global warming behind 2005 hurricanes

MONTEREY, California (Reuters) - The record Atlantic hurricane season last year can be attributed to global warming, several top experts, including a leading U.S. government storm researcher, said on Monday.

Thom Akeman (Reuters | 25 Apr 2006)

Tapping Into a Changing Climate

JEFFERSONVILLE, Vt. — Sitting in his sons sugarhouse, Rex Marsh, 71, can recall winters so cold that no one in northern Vermont ever thought of tapping a sugar maple before town meeting day on the first Tuesday of March. The winter snow routinely drifted 6 feet deep. Every sluggish step was in snowshoes. Even if the trees thawed, the sap would freeze in the bucket, bursting its metal seams.

Robert Lee Hotz (Los Angeles Times | 23 Apr 2006)


SETS GOAL TO EDUCATE AND EMPOWER YOUNG PEOPLE TO HELP END GLOBAL WARMING AND MASS OVERCONSUMPTION 12-month, 12-step Campaign offers Young People Opportunity to Lead the Fight against Global Warming US represents 4% of world population but consumes 25% of world energy." - Cambridge Energy Research Associates

thinkMTV (thinkMTV | 21 Apr 2006)

Summer forecast doesn’t hold water

Plains likely to see drought, service says A dire weather forecast issued Monday calls for a hot, dry summer across the Plains reminiscent of the 1930s — the era of the devastating Dust Bowl drought.

Eric Weslander (Lawrence Journal World | 20 Apr 2006) - Too Hot Not To Handle

Today, 87% of Americans agree that the US should take steps to reduce global warming pollution and fast track development of renewable energy. So, this Earth Day is unlike any other because the debate about global warming, the mother of all environmental issues, is firmly behind us.

Laurie David ( | 19 Apr 2006)

Is This Humanity's First Planetary Emergency?

April 14, 2006 — - The reports of a number of leading scientists show a new level of concern about the possibility of global warming producing planetwide upheaval in the lifetimes of todays children.

Bill Blakemore (ABC News | 14 Apr 2006)

Smithsonian tackles global warming

WASHINGTON - While hammering home the impact of global warming and the potential harm to life on Earth, two Smithsonian Institution exhibits opening this weekend carefully sidestep the hot political issue of what should be done.

Frank Davies (the Orlando Sentinel | 17 Apr 2006)

Enemy of the Planet

Lee Raymond, the former chief executive of Exxon Mobil, was paid $686 million over 13 years. But thats not a reason to single him out for special excoriation. Executive compensation is out of control in corporate America as a whole, and unlike other grossly overpaid business leaders, Mr. Raymond can at least claim to have made money for his stockholders.

PAUL KRUGMAN (The New York Times | 17 Apr 2006)

Warming Arctic Is Taking a Toll

Peril to Walrus Young Seen as Result of Melting Ice Shelf The rapid melting of Arctic sea ice appears to be separating walrus young from their mothers, leaving them likely to die at sea, a team of researchers said.

Marc Kaufman (The Washington Post | 17 Apr 2006)

While Washington Slept

The Queen of England is afraid. International C.E.O.s are nervous. And the scientific establishment is loud and clear. If global warming isnt halted, rising sea levels could submerge coastal cities by 2100. So how did this virtual certainty get labeled a liberal hoax?

Mark Hertsgaard (Vanity Fair | 17 Apr 2006)

Fifty Ways to Help Save the Planet

What you can do The problem is so vast and the urgency so great that advice which suggests you turn off the tap while brushing your teeth or switch off lights and standbys when they are not needed or go vegetarian for one day a week seems, well, ridiculous. Global warming is probably the greatest threat our species has ever faced.

Vanity Fair (Vanity Fair | 17 Apr 2006)

ELLE Goes "Green" for May

New York, NY, —ELLE has tapped leading environmental activist Laurie David, founder of the "Stop Global Warming Virtual March," to be the guest editor of its first Green Issue, hitting newsstands April 18. Timed to coincide with Earth Day 2006, the issue will be printed entirely on recycled paper, underwritten through a sponsorship with Aveda.

Laure David (Vanity Fair | 14 Apr 2006)

Is Colorado's Ski Industry Doomed Due To Global Warming?

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. -- Global warming may spell disaster for much of the Rocky Mountain West's ski industry by the year 2050, according to a climate-trends model showing dramatic snowpack loss due to climate warming. The climate model results are part of the 2006 Colorado College State of the Rockies Report Card, released this week.

(Associated Press | 13 Apr 2006)

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