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AP Science WriterWASHINGTON (AP) — The old saying that "what goes up must come down" doesn't apply to carbon dioxide pollution in the air, which just hit an unnerving milestone. The chief greenhouse gas was measured Thursday at 400 parts per million in Hawaii, a...
Tags: Al Gore, Science and Technology, Washington, DC, NASA, Oceans
Rachel Sereix of University School in Davie bested about 1,000 other entries to win the State Science and Engineering Fair of Florida. The sophomore's winning work was titled "Examining the Global Carbon Crisis: The Impact of Increased Carbon Dioxide on...
I think Our Opinion missed the obvious solution when rethinking Michigan's beverage container program ("Bottle bill's suggested twist," March 12) -- Indiana should have its own bottle law. Hoosiers would not be fraudulently cashing in beverage...
Re "L.A. full of roads to ruin for cars," May 5 As The Times reports, public funds dedicated to Los Angeles' road maintenance this year total an all-time high of $105 million — about $42 per registered vehicle in the city. But that's a small...
Reuters* Forests could offset 1 percent of global warming * Warming makes clouds emit particles that seed clouds * Clouds' white tops reflect heat back into space By Environment Correspondent Alister Doyle OSLO, April 28 (Reuters) - Plants help to slow...
Apparently, columnist Robert L. Ehrlich Jr. doesn't understand the difference between manufacturing and mining or mineral extraction ("New day for U.S. manufacturing," May 5). While manufacturing is sustainable as long as there is a demand for the...
ReutersWASHINGTON (Reuters) - The United States' new proposal to let countries draft their own emissions reduction plans rather than working toward a common target can unlock languishing U.N. climate negotiations, the U.S. climate change envoy said on Tuesday....
The Hartford CourantThe town council voted unanimously this week to apply for almost $20,000 in state grants to help purchase two new natural gas vehicles. The application is the latest step in the town's effort to convert its administrative vehicle fleet to natural gas,...
This post has been corrected, as indicated below.WASHINGTON — Climate change may increase the risk of extreme rainfall in the tropics and drought in the world's temperate zones, according to a new study led by NASA. "These results in many ways are the worst of all possible worlds," said Peter...
Tags: Weather, Science and Technology, Droughts, NASA, Conservation
I would like to thank the middle management of Coveleski Regional Stadium who donated their tickets for the April 17 game. These tickets allowed special needs students from Riley High School to attend a Silver Hawks game. For some students, this was their...
Tags: Voting, Utah Jazz, Government, Elections, NASCAR
Reuters* Canada fears oil exports could be harmed by EU plan * Canada sits on world's third largest oil reserves * Ottawa keen to find new buyers for its crude By David Ljunggren OTTAWA, May 5 (Reuters) - A European Union plan to label crude from the Alberta...
On a day our president called "shameful," the Senate defeated four gun control measures. On the weakest highly compromised Toomey-Manchin measure, expanding background checks, our two senators split their votes; Republican Dan Coats voted no, Democrat Joe...
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