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  • Climate change: While we fiddle, the world burns ... and floods and parches

    Climate change: While we fiddle, the world burns ... and floods and parches
    Here’s a statistic for you. Out of 10,855 peer-reviewed articles in scientific journals last year that dealt with some aspect of global warming, all but two accepted human behavior as the primary cause. Oddly, that represents a bit of backsliding....
  • Obama administration 'naive' about U.S. interests

    Everyone is trying to convince the voters that Obama has improved the status of the United States. Remember when NASA was the leader in space exploration? Now NASA is in the global warming business. Really, going from scientific exploration to science...
  • March 24 Letters: Climate change, York County, state budget, energy policies

    Concerning the double-header of recent denials of global warming (Ted Williams, March 5 and A . Kenley, March 9, I would like to add an "Inconvenient Truth" (Al Gore) couched in the allegory (paraphrased: "There are none so deaf as those who will not...
  • Under the Hood: A primer on automotive emissions

    QUESTION: I've heard you refer many times to the emissions produced by automobiles. Could you please elaborate on them? What emissions are produced, and what I can do to reduce them? Emily Upton ANSWER: Great question, Emily. The four main automobile/...
  • While the seas rise in the Outer Banks and elsewhere in NC, science treads water

    RODANTHE, N.C. Coastal geologist Stan Riggs, who tracks the ups and downs of North Carolina's shoreline, needed a bullhorn to make himself heard above a roaring nor'easter that had toyed with the Outer Banks for two days. He climbed down from the ridge...
  • White House unveils one-stop website for climate change data

    WASHINGTON — As part of its campaign to address climate change, the White House on Wednesday unveiled a website to serve as a one-stop location for the enormous amount of climate data housed at different federal agencies. The initiative to make...
  • Democrats lean toward building Keystone XL, poll shows

    WASHINGTON -- Nearly half of Democrats favor granting a permit for the construction of the controversial Keystone XL pipeline, according to a poll released Wednesday by the Pew Research Center for the People & the Press. The $5.3-billion pipeline, which...
  • Voice of the People, Mar. 22

    Dangerous time This is an extremely dangerous time for our country. This time calls out loud for a strong leader who's feared and respected throughout the world. Unfortunately, we have a president who's out to destroy America. He has ruined our...
  • White House announces new climate change data website

    WASHINGTON -- As part of its campaign to step up efforts to address climate change, the White House on Wednesday announced the creation of a new website to serve as a one-stop location for the enormous amount of climate data housed at different federal...
  • Scientists warn of global warming's abrupt changes

    Scientists warn of global warming's abrupt changes
    A group of scientists warned Tuesday that world leaders must act more swiftly to slow greenhouse gas emissions or risk "abrupt, unpredictable and potentially irreversible changes" from climate change. The American Assn. for the Advancement of Science'...
  • Coal-fired plant spiking some suburban electric bills

    Coal-fired plant spiking some suburban electric bills
    When Naperville and Batavia bought shares of a new coal-fired power plant, Linda Sommer was one of the few people in the two suburbs who challenged the idea that it would guarantee cheap, reliable electricity for years to come. Seven years later, the...