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Global Warming

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Top Global Warming Articles

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  • Report: Virginia power plants not among the 100 'dirtiest' polluters

    When it comes to the country's "dirtiest" power plants, Virginia doesn't even crack the top 100. That's according to "America's Dirtiest Power Plants," a report released Thursday by Environment Virginia Research & Policy Center. The Richmond-based...
  • Green aid test for U.N. climate summit as poor seek $15 billion

    OSLO, Sept 18 (Reuters - A U.N. summit on climate change next week will test rich nations' willingness to fill a near-empty fund to help the poor, but pledges are likely to be far short of developing nations' hopes for $15 billion in 2014. Emerging...
  • Increased carbon dioxide emissions are inevitable [Letter]

    Increased carbon dioxide emissions are inevitable [Letter]
    The Sun's recent editorial "Too much carbon, too little time" (Sept. 11) is in line with the global warming arguments which are based on forecasts rather than accumulated technical and political realities. The article states that CO2 levels are 142...
  • Film Review: 'ThuleTuvalu'

    What better way to raise awareness of global warming than to focus on the people already affected? : Melting ice in northern Greenland will literally drown the island nation of Tuvalu in the South Pacific. Docu helmer Matthias von Gunten examines the...
  • Ask Tom: What is geoengineering?

    Dear Tom, What is geoengineering? — Brian Mann Dear Brian, Geoengineering is a new term in the jargon of the atmospheric sciences. It's the intentional large-scale manipulation of an environmental process that affects the Earth's climate in...
  • Ditching cars for buses, bikes best way to cut city pollution : study

    LONDON, Sept 17 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Encouraging people to abandon their cars and use public transport or walk or cycle around cities offers the "least pain, most gain" way to cut air pollution from traffic by 2050, a new international study...
  • Stay hydrated the healthy way

    Your body is comprised of roughly 60 percent water, which has many essential tasks, including cushioning your joints and organs, transporting essential nutrients, maintaining internal temperature and electrolyte balance, and eliminating waste. During hot...
  • Marches, prayer, mayors: What to expect at U.N. climate summit

    BARCELONA (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - The U.N. climate summit in New York next week gives different parts of society - from businesses to faith groups to ordinary people - a chance to call for stepped-up action on climate change and make their own...
  • Some Texas textbooks get climate change wrong, watchdog group charges

    AUSTIN, Texas Several textbooks up for approval by the Texas State Board of Education offer false scientific information, according to an education watchdog group. Echoing previous battles about evolution and creationism, the group, Texas Freedom...
  • Too much carbon, too little time [Editorial]

    Too much carbon, too little time  [Editorial]
    If increasingly extreme weather events around the world weren't alarming enough, the latest monitoring by the World Meteorological Organization shows last year was the worst ever for rising levels of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere. Their report released...
  • White House partners with industry to tackle greenhouse gas

    WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The White House on Tuesday announced steps to tackle a potent greenhouse gas used in refrigeration and air conditioning, of which the United States is the world's largest producer, a week ahead of a major UN summit focused on...