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Global Warming

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  • Chipotle made the right call on GMO food

    To the editor: The attack on Chipotle for making a business decision to remove genetically modified components from food they serve is questionable. ("Chipotle's junk science on GMOs," op-ed, April 29) The article states, "Only about a third [of...
  • Gov. Brown strikes a blow for climate science

    Gov. Brown strikes a blow for climate science
    To the editor: The reverberating power of one single state finally doing the right thing to address the most critical and urgent threat to humanity cannot be underestimated. Gov. Jerry Brown has thrown down the gauntlet, challenging other politicians of...
  • Police praise, Medicaid and climate change: Letters

    Police praise, Medicaid and climate change: Letters
    Praise for police As I watched the sensationalized TV coverage of the hooliganism in Baltimore, I was struck by the courageous actions of the police. As they were bombarded by all manner of dangerous objects and confronted by a crowd obviously bent on...
  • Pope stokes flames ahead of US trip even as he ends problems

    When Pope Francis visits the United States this fall, he can expect the same rock-star adulation that greets him wherever he goes. But his positions on hot-button issues such as the death penalty and climate change could quickly set the stage for...
  • Study: Global warming to push 1 in 13 species to extinction

    Global warming will eventually push 1 out of every 13 species on Earth into extinction, a new study projects. It won't quite be as bad in North America, where only 1 in 20 species will be killed off because of climate change or Europe where the...
  • Baseballs are flying out at Dodger Stadium

    Baseballs are flying out at Dodger Stadium
    Dodger Stadium has suddenly turned into Colorado's Coors Field, or so it seems. What has long been considered a pitcher-friendly ballpark, one credited for enhancing the earned-run averages of everyone from Sandy Koufax to Orel Hershiser, is already the...
  • Correction: Greenhouse Gases-California-Things to Know story

    In a story April 29 about Gov. Jerry Brown's new target for reducing carbon emissions, The Associated Press reported erroneously that California has cut its emissions to about 25 percent below 1990 levels. The state is on track to cut its emissions to...
  • Global warming documentary to close Cannes Film Festival

    The global warming documentary "Ice and Sky" will close out the 68th Cannes Film Festival. The French festival announced the selection Thursday, calling the film "a hymn to save the planet." It's directed by Luc Jacquet, whose "March of the Penguins" won...
  • Climate change could wipe out 16 percent of world's species, research finds

    If countries' greenhouse gas emissions continue unchecked, 1 in every 6 species on the planet could go extinct. That is the finding of new research published this week in the journal Science. Climate change is a big factor in what has been tagged "The...
  • US, Japan miss UN climate change fund deadline

    A key U.N. climate fund hit a snag Thursday as major donors including the United States and Japan failed to meet a deadline for converting their pledges of climate aid into signed agreements. Green Climate Fund — intended to become the main...
  • California's greenhouse gas emission targets are getting tougher

    California's greenhouse gas emission targets are getting tougher
    Gov. Jerry Brown accelerated California's effort to slash greenhouse gas emissions Wednesday, burnishing the state's reputation as a pacesetter in the battle against climate change. In an executive order, Brown said the state must cut the pollutants...