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Global Warming

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Top Global Warming Articles

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  • Push for cleaner stoves in poor countries to cut pollution

    Every evening, hundreds of millions of Indian women hover over crude stoves making dinner for their families. They feed the flames with polluting fuels like kerosene or cow dung, and breathe the acrid smoke wafting from the fires. The smoke, containing...
  • White House emphasizes impact of climate change on public health

    WASHINGTON The Obama administration on Tuesday unveiled a long list of actions ranging from corporate and academic partnerships to community programs to highlight the health impacts of climate change. Tech giants such as Google and Microsoft will conduct...
  • Climate change: State lags whether phrase banned or not

    Climate change: State lags whether phrase banned or not
    Whether or not Florida Gov. Rick Scott banned the phrase "climate change," there's no question the state has not made the issue a priority. Low-lying Florida, which has the second-longest coastline of any state, is especially vulnerable to rising sea...
  • A climate-change litmus test for politicians

    A climate-change litmus test for politicians
    To the editor: I am opposed to litmus tests for political candidates, but 20-something John Cubelic's eloquent plea for political leadership in the battle against climate change and global warming is making me rethink my view. ("I'm twentysomething, I...
  • Those denying climate change in retreat

    Those denying climate change in retreat
    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...
  • Long-term weather trends affect climate change

    Last month was one of the coldest Februarys on record in the Lehigh Valley, prompting several letters to the editor with the this-proves-there's-no-global-warming theme. These letters reveal a common misperception about global warming. That is, that...
  • Oceans might take 1,000 years to recover from climate change, study suggests

    Oceans might take 1,000 years to recover from climate change, study suggests
    Naturally occurring climate change lowered oxygen levels in the deep ocean, decimating a broad spectrum of seafloor life that took some 1,000 years to recover, according to a study that offers a potential window into the effects of modern warming....
  • 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...
  • Mexico sets 25 pct pollution cut by 2030 for climate talks

    Mexico has become the first developing nation to submit pollutant reduction goals for next fall's Paris climate change talks, pledging Friday to cut greenhouse gas and short-lived climate pollutants 25 percent by 2030. Short-lived pollutants include...
  • 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...