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Phoenix Rises (Again) on Global Warming

April 6, 2006 — Like the mythical phoenix rising out of the ashes of its own flames, the global warming story has risen out of the pile of clichés and denials into which it had collapsed or perhaps been pushed.

Bill Blakemore (ABC News | 6 Apr 2006)

Gov. Ehrlich Signs Landmark MD Pollution Law

ANNAPOLIS, Md. (April 6, 2006) ­ Today Maryland Governor Robert Ehrlich signed into law a bill that will cut air pollution and join Maryland in an effort by governors across the Northeast to cut global warming emissions.

Elizabeth Heyd (NRDC | 6 Apr 2006)

The Moment of Truth

(Vanity Fair) - Clichés are, by definition, over used. But here is a rare exception - a certifiable cliché that warrants more exposure, because it carries meaning deeply relevant to the biggest challenge our civilization has ever confronted.

Al Gore (Vanity Fair | 9 Apr 2006)

Global warning

The media agrees with the majority of scientists: Global warming is here. Now, what to do about it?

Marc Gunther (Fortune Magazine | 5 Apr 2006)

Global warming catches fire in U.S.

Americans are waking up to the dangers of global warming, according to a new poll. The poll shows 71% now believe global warming is real and 59% believe they can do things to help the planet stave off catastrophic warming.

Dave Goldiner (New York Daily News | 4 Apr 2006)

Ice Sheets Melting at a Worrisome Rate

BALTIMORE — Polar ice sheets are melting faster than authorities realize and could eventually submerge coastal communities worldwide, according to two studies released today.

Dennis O'Brien (Los Angeles Times | 24 Mar 2006)

Climate Data Hint at Irreversible Rise in Seas

Within the next 100 years, the growing human influence on Earths climate could lead to a long and irreversible rise in sea levels by eroding the planets vast polar ice sheets, according to new observations and analysis by several teams of scientists.

Andrew C. Revkin (The New York Times | 24 Mar 2006)

Global Warming Heats Up

The climate is crashing, and global warming is to blame. Why the crisis will hit so soon—and what we can do about it

Jeffrey Kluger (Time Magazine | 27 Mar 2006)

Mr. Luna's Bright Idea

Not too long ago, Oprah did a show about global warming and held up a lightbulb. Not just any lightbulb, but a compact fluorescent (CFL) bulb that uses 66% less energy than a standard bulb. If every household in America changed just five of their bulbs to a CFL, it would be equivalent to taking 8 million cars off the road for a year.

Laurie David (Huffington Post | 20 Mar 2006)

Comment Chilling

I n March, 2002, NASA and the Deutsches Zentrum für Luftund Raumfahrt, the German aerospace agency, launched a pair of satellites from the Plesetsk Cosmodrome, a former intercontinental-ballistic-missile site in northern Russia, to map changes in the earth's surface.

Elizabeth Kolbert (The New Yorker | 13 Mar 2006)

In Phoenix, Even Cactuses Wilt in Clutches of Record Drought

Thursday began like the 141 days before it, sunny and crisp, dust settling everywhere except on the record — set again — for the number of days without rain.

Michael Wilson (The New York Times | 10 Mar 2006)

Global warming gases at highest levels ever: UN

Greenhouse gases blamed for global warming and climate change have reached their highest ever levels in the atmosphere, the World Meteorological Organization (WMO) said on Tuesday.

Robert Evens (Reuters | 14 Mar 2006)

Climate Change 'Irreversible' as Arctic Sea Ice Fails to Re-form

Sea ice in the Arctic has failed to re-form for the second consecutive winter, raising fears that global warming may have tipped the polar regions in to irreversible climate change far sooner than predicted.

Steve Connor, Science Editor (The Independent | 14 Mar 2006)

Global Warming May Dry Up Africa's Rivers, Study Suggests

Many climate scientists already predict that less rain will fall annually in parts of Africa within 50 years due to global warming.

Adrianne Appel (National Geographic News | 3 Mar 2006)

Bering Sea Climate Is Shifting

Scientists say sea life is fighting to survive as the water warms up and ice melts sooner. The changes are profound and may be irreversible.

Robert Lee Hotz (Los Angeles Times | 10 Mar 2006)

Race to save New Guinea treasures from global warming

LONDON: The unexplored wonders of New Guinea are being destroyed by global warming before scientists have even had a chance to examine the island, researchers say.

AP (Associated Press | 9 Mar 2006)

Global Warming Threatens Outer Banks, Study Says

A legislative committee interested in protecting North Carolinas beach communities heard today that global warming means trouble for barrier islands.

AP (Associated Press | 9 Mar 2006)

Global Warming Means Less Snow For Skiers, Boarders

MOUNT HOOD, Ore. -- Talk about slushy skiing. Oregon State University researchers say global warming may make for more rain and less snow during the winter in the Pacific Northwest.

AP (Associated Press | 9 Mar 2006)

Study: NW ski areas may be hit by global warming

PORTLAND, Ore. -- Global warming could hurt the quality of future ski seasons in the Pacific Northwest, according to a study released Tuesday by Oregon State University. OSU researchers estimate if average temperatures rise 2 degrees Celsius in the next 40 years as some scientists anticipate, the regions ski areas could see more snowy days turn to rainy ones and experience warmer winters overall.

SARAH SKIDMORE (Associated Press | 9 Mar 2006)

Global warming means less snow for NW skiers

CORVALLIS - Talk about slushy skiing. Oregon State University researchers said Tuesday that global warming may make for more rain during the winter in the Pacific Northwest.

AP (Associated Press | 8 Mar 2006)

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