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Climate Change in the News, Week of May 30, 2009


News items related to climate change from the past week. Lawmaker Outlines 4 Key Changes In Climate Change Bill – Tricities.com (May 30, 2009) GOP belittles Democrats’ climate change proposal – Associated Press (May 30, 2009) Warming and Death – N.Y. Times (May 29, 2009) Global warming accounts for 300,000 deaths – UPI (May 29, … Continue reading

Climate Change in the News, Week of May 23, 2009


News items related to climate change from the past week. Gregoire orders state agencies to cut greenhouse-gas emissions – Seattle Times (May 22, 2009) Does conveyer belt of Everest summits help the climate change cause? – Guardian (UK) (May 22, 2009) U.S. climate negotiator sees ‘impressive’ actions by China – N.Y. Times (May 22, 2009) … Continue reading

Climate Change in the News, Week of May 16, 2009


News items related to climate change from the past week. Environmentalists Attack House Global Warming Deal – Time (May 16, 2009) Illegal fishing, climate change real threats – Jakarta Post (May 16, 2009) Climate Change, Fishing And Commercial Shipping Top List Of Threats To Ocean Off West Coast Of U.S. – Science Daily (May 15, … Continue reading

Climate Change in the News, Week of April 4, 2009


News items related to climate change from the past week. Arctic Ocean to lose ice cover in 30 years – IANS (Apr 3, 2009) Protest themes range from world poverty to global warming at London G20 summit – Canadian Press, The (Apr 2, 2009) Ghana: ‘Global Warming is Not Normal’ Say Experts, But Some MPs … Continue reading

Rush Limbaugh Encourages Listeners to Go Organic


In his Monday broadcast, talk radio host Rush Limbaugh, quoting from a N.Y. Times article, related the story of a woman who was unhappy with the inexpensive compact fluorescent light (CFL) bulbs she had purchased at the local Costco. Apparently some were non-functional right out of the box, others failed within a few hours, all … Continue reading

Climate Change in the News, Week of March 28, 2009


News items related to climate change from the past week. NAIC Requires Disclosure Of Climate Change Risks – InsuranceNews.net (Mar 23, 2009) How Global Warming Threatens Millions in Bangladesh – U.S. News and World Report (Mar 26, 2009) Rising carbon dioxide could help the wetlands — at least, temporarily – Daily Comet (Lousiana) (Mar 26, … Continue reading

Climate Change in the News, Week of March 21, 2009


News items related to climate change from the past week. NOAA Set for Larger Policy Role Under First Female Chief – Washington Post (Mar 21, 2009) Saudi Arabia Urges Caution On Climate Change Goals-Saudi Aide – Wall Street Journal (Mar 19, 2009) In Silt, Bangladesh Sees Potential Shield Against Sea Level Rise – N.Y. Times … Continue reading

Climate Change in the News, Week of March 14, 2009


News items related to climate change from the past week. DEP Chief Gina McCarthy Picked For EPA Climate-Change Post – Hartford Courant (Mar 13, 2009) Climate Change Quicker Here Than Elsewhere – Korea Times (Mar 12, 2009) Buoyed by US, UN chief sees climate deal this year – Associated Press (Mar 12, 2009) Scientists are … Continue reading

Climate Change in the News, Week of March 7, 2009


News items related to climate change from the past week. Clinton: US has been negligent on climate change – Associated Press (Mar 6, 2009) Stop California’s emissions rule, Levin asks EPA – Detroit Free Press (Mar 5, 2009) Drought threatens Amazon, speeds global warming: study – AFP (Mar 5, 2009) Senate leader says energy, climate … Continue reading

Climate Change in the News, Week of February 14, 2009


News items related to climate change from the past week. Climate warming gases rising faster than expected – Associated Press (Feb 14, 2009) Biofuels may speed up, not slow global warming: study – AFP (Feb 14, 2009) Scientists: Pace of Climate Change Exceeds Estimates – Washington Post (Feb 15, 2009) Weather Eye: is extreme weather … Continue reading

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