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Global Warming

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Top Global Warming Articles

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  • Plan to disburse climate change funds challenged by Bay Area officials

     Plan to disburse climate change funds challenged by Bay Area officials
    Bay Area public officials are challenging a state plan to spend hundreds of millions of dollars to fight climate change by cleaning the air in some of California's poorest and most polluted communities, most of which are in Southern California. The...
  • New York climate march draws hundreds of thousands

    New York climate march draws hundreds of thousands
    NEW YORK (Reuters) - An international day of action on climate change brought hundreds of thousands of people onto the streets of New York City on Sunday, easily exceeding organizers' hopes for the largest protest on the issue in history. Organizers...
  • Natural gas alone isn't magic weapon against climate change

    DENTON, Texas Natural-gas wells here can be found just beyond the hedgerows of new subdivisions, and close to the hangars at the municipal airport. Their tunnels extend deep underneath a city park, a golf course and the University of North Texas...
  • Offshore drilling debate heats up [Letter]

    A new study published last week should act as a conversation starter about drilling for oil and gas off the Atlantic coast. The U.S. Department of Interior is considering offering lease sales off the Atlantic seaboard for oil and gas production in 2018....
  • Jay Ambrose: Keeping cool about warming

    Addressing a United Nations summit on global warming, President Barack Obama said that here was "the one issue that will define the contours of this century." And, yes, it could, especially if the politicians insist on remedies that aren't remedies,...
  • Will humans adapt to global warming?

    I find it fascinating that many bird, animal, plant, insect and fish species are actively responding to global warming by altering their traditional behavioral patterns, such as migration routes, times and destinations. Mankind seems to be one of the...
  • Are toll lanes elitist or progressive?

    Are toll lanes elitist or progressive?
    Allowing motorists to speed to work past clogged lanes of traffic, if they’re willing to pay thousands of dollars a year, could be seen as a way to raise money for other transit projects that benefit the public widely, or as the opposite: using...
  • Norway to pay Peru $300 million for forest-based emissions reductions

    (Reuters) - Norway plans to spend as much as $300 million to support a program in Peru to reduce greenhouse gas emissions from the destruction of the world's fourth largest tropical forest, the two countries announced on Tuesday. Norway pledged to pay...
  • The Week Ahead: UN gathers again to talk climate change

    A global climate summit with 120 heads of state attending and a particular focus on finance could pose a long-term threat to fossil fuel energy investors. But when that summit promises no global bargaining over greenhouse gas emissions, it likely won't...
  • Len Frenkel: Switching to vegetarian diets contribute to a better future

    All humanity is at the point of having to make a very difficult choice. We either end our consumption of animal foods or face two consequences: the planet not being able to feed people sufficiently to maintain good health into the future, and the...
  • Florida scientists urge state leaders to join climate summit

    TALLAHASSEE (Reuters) - A group of 42 scientists from Florida universities submitted a joint letter on Thursday urging Governor Rick Scott and other state leaders to participate in a summit this fall to seek solutions for climate change. The group...