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The latest word on climate change is not good — world emissions of carbon dioxide from energy use rose 1.4 percent last year to set a new record, according to the International Energy Agency. At this pace, the agency reports, global temperatures...
ReutersNEW YORK, June 11 (Reuters) - Over the next 40 years, the number of sweltering summer days in New York City could double or even triple, making it as hot in 2050 as Birmingham, Alabama, is now. The sea level surrounding New York is also likely to rise by...
WASHINGTON — Emissions of heat-trapping greenhouse gases are growing at such a rate that the world will probably exceed a safe limit in average global temperatures by the end of the century and veer into a higher temperature zone that would...
Reuters* Scheme not competitive with other low-carbon technology * Setback for showcase marine energy project * Developers say barrage could provide 5 pct of UK electricity By Nina Chestney LONDON, June 10 (Reuters) - Plans to build one of the world's...
Tonight there will be "Greedy Lying Bastards" in Norfolk. No, that's the name of a movie. It's a documentary showing at the Naro Expanded Cinema. The film is about the folks who discourage research into the topic of climate change, and the folks...
Tags: Entertainment, Movies, Weather, Global Expansion
WASHINGTON — President Obama should spend his remaining years in office making the United States part of the solution to climate change, not part of the problem. If Congress sticks to its policy of obstruction and willful ignorance, Obama should use...
For RedEyeIt's unknown if climate change increases the power of tornadoes. Climate modeling has a difficult time predicting the most granular of weather events, but in the wake of Oklahoma's nightmare, wouldn't that be a nifty thing to study? After all, what is a...
Tags: Tornadoes, Weather Warnings, Weather, Government, Ecosystems
Reuters* Failures, grounded Shell drillship reducing interest * More conventional resources rapidly becoming available * Shale oil becomes more competitive By Balazs Koranyi NY-AALESUND, Norway, May 31 (Reuters) - The high Arctic, once the irresistible...
The president of the Lehigh Valley Vegetarians, Len Frenkel, wrote a very interesting Your View concerning global warming. Basic premise: The world will get warmer and warmer and warmer. Straight out of the climate science report, he mentions many onerous...
FORT LAUDERDALE The mayors of Broward, Palm Beach and Miami-Dade counties are each extending a hand beyond their borders to cooperate on initiatives that will benefit the South Florida region. Their focus this year is to improve and adequately fund...
Florida to review proposed national science standards (which include hot topics of evolution, climate change)Florida went through a bruising fight over evolution during the 2007-08 school year when it adopted new science standards that for the first time required the subject be taught in public schools. Now it will decide if it wants to sign on to another...
In cruising cable channels recently, I happened onto a classic sci-fi movie called "Silent Running" about a crew of people operating a greenhouse aboard a spaceship. The captain (Bruce Dern) said to the crew, "Do you know why there are no flowers, no...
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