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  • Modi blames changing lifestyles for India's rising pollution

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday blamed the changing lifestyles that have come with India's economic development for rising pollution levels that have given the country some of the world's dirtiest air. With his government rolling out a new air...
  • 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...
  • Study: Minnesota converted most wetlands between 2008-2012

    Minnesota converted more wetlands into farmland than any other state when crop prices spiked between 2008 and 2012, according to a new study by University of Wisconsin-Madison researchers. About 250,000 acres, or nearly 400 square miles, were converted...
  • 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...
  • Report: Seas will rise along NC coast, under any scenario

    A report from a science advisory panel says seas will rise along the North Carolina coast over the next 30 years. The only question is by how much. The report by the science panel for the state Coastal Resources Commission gives estimates for sea-level...
  • 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...
  • March moutzas a bipartisan effort

     March moutzas a bipartisan effort
    I keep reading in the liberal print media that Republicans live in a place called "In Denial," but it turns out that Democrats have established their own colony there as well. How else can you explain the 18-month-old racist baby? That's right, a...
  • US offer for climate treaty: Up to 28 percent emissions cut

    In a highly anticipated announcement, the United States will offer a roughly 28 percent emissions cut as its contribution to a major global climate treaty nearing the final stages of negotiation, according to people briefed on the White House's plans....