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Exposed: Scotland’s Global Warming Roll of Shame

More than 25 million tons of climate-wrecking pollution is being spewed into the atmosphere every year by 80 industrial plants across Scotland, the Sunday Herald can reveal.

Rob Edwards (The Herald | 12 Nov 2006)

At 2 TV Stations in Maine, What Al Gore's Movie Says Isn't News

How important is global warming in Maine? Not important enough for local television.

Joseph B. Treaster (The New York Times | 10 Nov 2006)

China to Pass U.S. in 2009 in Emissions

China will surpass the United States in 2009, nearly a decade ahead of previous predictions, as the biggest emitter of the main gas linked to global warming, the International Energy Agency has concluded in a report to be released Tuesday.

Ketih Bradsher (The New York Times | 10 Nov 2006)

Boxer Pledges Shift on Global Warming Policy with New Senate Role

Sen. Barbara Boxer on Thursday promised major policy shifts on global warming, air quality and toxic-waste cleanup as she prepares to head the U.S. Senates environmental committee.

Samantha Young (Associated Press | 10 Nov 2006)

Committed to Coal, and in a Hurry, Too

Even as some utility executives are joining environmentalists in seeing future controls on carbon emissions as inevitable, TXU is betting that it can beat the consensus, placing a $10 billion wager on 11 new coal power plants that will produce copious amounts of global warming gases for decades to come.

Matthew L. Wald (The New York Times | 7 Nov 2006)

U.K. Urged to Act Against Climate Change

About 20,000 environmental activists protested in central London Saturday, demanding the government take urgent action against climate change.

Associated Press (Associated Press | 5 Nov 2006)

Melting Arctic Makes Way for Man

Researchers Aboard Icebreaker Say Shipping Could Add to Risks for Ecosystem

Doug Struck (The Washington Post | 5 Nov 2006)

U.N. Says 2005 Set Greenhouse Gas Record

Heat-trapping greenhouse gases in the atmosphere reached a record high in 2005 and are still increasing, the U.N. weather agency said Friday.

Eliane Engeler (Associated Press | 3 Nov 2006)

Scientists Say White House Muzzled Them

Two federal agencies are investigating whether the Bush administration tried to block government scientists from speaking freely about global warming and censor their research, a senator said Wednesday.

John Heilprin (Associated Press | 2 Nov 2006)

Morgan Stanley to Invest in $3bn of Emissions Reduction Credits

Morgan Stanley (NYSE:MS) announced today that it plans to invest in approximately $3 billion of carbon/emissions credits, projects and other initiatives related to greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions reduction over the next five years.

Morgan Stanley ( | 2 Nov 2006)

Global Warming Could Devastate Economy

Unchecked global warming will devastate the world economy on the scale of the world wars and the Great Depression, a British government report said Monday, as the country launched a bid to convince doubters that environmentalism and economic growth can coincide.

Thomas Wagner (Associated Press | 30 Oct 2006)

A Law to Cut Emissions? Deal With It

In August, Peter A. Darbee, chairman, chief executive and president of PG&E, owner of Pacific Gas and Electric, broke rank with his peers by supporting a measure in California that would reduce greenhouse gas emissions, which are widely blamed for global warming.

Jane L. Levere (The New York Times | 24 Oct 2006)

Fighting Global Warming No Idle Effort

Lynn Romanek has launched a grass-roots environmental campaign she hopes will be a real turnoff: less idling in automobiles.

Robert Channick (Chicago Tribune | 23 Oct 2006)

Australia pledges 500m to fight global warming

With Australia in the grip of its worst drought in a century, the government is set to announce an AUS$500m package aimed at preventing global warming.

Irish Examiner (Irish Examiner | 23 Oct 2006)

The Greenest Campus

The environmental movement received a jolt that could reverberate across the country last Friday when new College of the Atlantic (COA) president David Hales announced a commitment to making the school a "Net-zero" emitter of greenhouse gases. If institutions across the country begin to follow suit, the reduction in greenhouse gas emissions—and the concomitant reduction in global warming—could be significant.

Ben Adler (Center for American Progress | 19 Oct 2006)

God, Country and Global Warming

Volatile gas prices, threats to our national security, economic instability and global warming are just some of the challenges we face because of our dependence on oil and other fossil fuels.

Vice Adm. Dennis Mcginn and the Rev. Joel Hunter (the Orlando Sentinel | 18 Oct 2006)

Germany Puts Global Warming Prevention Plan in Gear

German Environment Minister Sigmar Gabriel has warned of the unexpectedly fast pace of global warming and said the country needs to follow a unified plan to protect itself from increasing environment change.

Deutsche Welle (Deutsche Welle | 18 Oct 2006)

Google Campus to Get Solar Power As Alternative Fuels Gain Interest

Google Inc. plans to install a massive solar-power system at its headquarters, committing to one of the largest corporate solar installations in the country at a time when technology companies support for alternative energy is on the rise.

Kevin J. Delaney and Jim Carlton (The Wall Street Journal | 17 Oct 2006)

UK Ministers Urge Supermarkets to Charge for Plastic Bags

Consumers could be charged for plastic bags at supermarket and shop checkouts in a crackdown being urged by ministers.

The Evening Standard (The Evening Standard | 13 Oct 2006)

Report: Global Warming Threatens Rich Fall Colors

New Englands iconic autumn foliage, spectacular in its color, may one day fade permanently rather than just annually.

Stan Freeman ( | 12 Oct 2006)

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