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Global Warming

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  • Scientists examine mysterious rise in East Coast sea levels

    Scientists examine mysterious rise in East Coast sea levels
    A few years ago, in 2009 and 2010, a string of unexplained floods and unusually high tides struck the East Coast. There was no easy explanation. No hurricane. No winter storm. But the waters kept spilling across the shoreline — from North Carolina's...
  • Cherokee students, state experts talk renewable energy

    Cherokee students, state experts talk renewable energy
    Cherokee Elementary School students have been learning about renewable energy by researching the best sources for Lake Forest — and state leaders are taking note. After fourth-graders from the school wrote a letter about their research to State...
  • Ted Cruz compares climate change activists to 'flat-Earthers'

    Ted Cruz compares climate change activists to 'flat-Earthers'
    OK, so Ted Cruz said something, and we went back and forth about whether or not we should address it because it's just baffling. But then we figured, yes, even the baffling things deserve some sort of response. In an interview with The Texas Tribune,...
  • Can Marco Rubio, Ted Cruz deal with climate change?

    Can Marco Rubio, Ted Cruz deal with climate change?
    There is no denying it: Climate-change deniers are in retreat. What began as a subtle shift away from the claim that man-made global warming is not a threat to the planet has lately turned into a stampede. The latest attempt to deny denial comes from...
  • Assembly utility committee chair goes on controversial junket

    Assembly utility committee chair goes on controversial junket
    The leader of a powerful state Assembly committee that oversees utilities and telecommunications last week traveled to Singapore for an Easter break "study trip" sponsored by a nonprofit foundation that's financed by business, labor and environmental...
  • As water runs dry, Californians brace for a new way of life

    As water runs dry, Californians brace for a new way of life
    His lawn was thick, healthy and gorgeous, and Mike Duran was in love. "It was so green. It was so lush," he said. But the relationship had financial issues. Watering the grass cost about $1,200 every other month in this drought-stricken state. "The...
  • A drought to-do list for Gov. Jerry Brown

    To the editor: Here are a few suggestions that Gov. Jerry Brown could implement to reduce water usage while maintaining his popularity: - Stop all fracking with water. - Stop the commercial bottling of water in California. - Replace grass with...
  • Ask Tom: Who, if anyone, coined "weather forecast"?

    Dear Tom, You wrote that Wallace Broecker invented the term "global warming." Who, if anyone, coined "weather forecast"? — Frank Johnson Dear Frank, Columbia University geologist and oceanographer Dr. Wallace Broecker, a native of Oak Park who...
  • Time for another massive California water project

    Time for another massive California water project
    To the editor: The California drought is not simply the state's problem. It's a national problem and most likely an international problem, as California is one of the most important food-producing regions in the world. ("Brown orders California's first...
  • Around Town: Easter egg hunts Saturday at Central Park

    The Huntington Beach Easter Egg Hunt & Family Fun Day is coming Saturday to the Central Park Sports Complex at 18002 Goldenwest St. Free egg hunts will be held between 9 a.m. and 3 p.m. for children in age categories ranging from younger than 2 to 8...
  • Global warming warnings not new

    I was reading a news report the other day stating that "The Arctic Ocean is warming up, icebergs are growing scarcer and few seals and no whitefish have been found in the eastern Arctic." I read further and the article also said that "within a few...