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On a dark night in the middle
of a wide marsh near Tuckerton, N.J., a team of Rutgers University researchers lowered a net over the railing of an old wooden bridge.
Then they turned off their flashlights and waited. Below, in Little ...
As far as the government scientist was concerned, it was a bit of fluff: an early morning interview about great white sharks last summer with Canada AM, the kind of innocuous and totally apolitical media commentary the man used to deliver 30 ...
As the great research ship Chikyu left Shimizu in January to mine the explosive ice beneath the Philippine Sea, chances are good that not one of the scientists aboard realized they might be closing the door on Winston Churchill’s world. Their ...
The intense rainstorms sweeping in from the Pacific Ocean began to pound central California on Christmas Eve in 1861 and continued virtually unabated for 43 days. The deluges quickly transformed rivers running down from the Sierra Nevada ...
Bruce Kerfoot has enjoyed a 72-year love affair with Gunflint Lake, one instilled by his parents and grandparents. In 1929, they bought a small lodge on the lake's south shore across from Canada and began inviting fishermen from the Twin Cities ...
The Berkeley Earth Project's new analysis of the global temperature record, which I covered on Thursday, raises a number of questions concerning the science and the politics of climate change, and the ways in which science should be ...
After two reports of polar bears being washed up on the British coast this year, it was only a matter of time before the icebergs arrived.
"Amazed locals" had seen icebergs off the north-west coast of England, at Morecambe Bay in the ...
With a tense pilot gripping the stick, the helicopter hovered above the water, a red speck of machinery lost in a wilderness of rock and ice.To the right, a great fjord stretched toward the sea, choked with icebergs. To the left loomed ...
Les Gibson takes me out to teach me how to hunt, which is what he calls fishing. Despite the fact that every public beach in Queensland, Australia, has been periodically closed this season due to blooms of box jellyfish, and despite the fearsome ...
International attempts to cut the pollution that causes global warm
gone into reverse just as evidence mounts that it is putting the planet in grave
danger, a startling official report will reveal.
The findings by the ...
William A. Wagner Sr. lives in the heart of the Florida Keys, a splendid
crescent of barrier islets that constitute one of the most spectacular natural
wonders in the nation.
Sometime in the next few months, it also could become ...
In February, engineers from French oil giant Total fired up colossal drum
boilers to generate steam that will be pumped to a depth of 300 feet under the
frozen ground here. If all goes well, by May, the steam will marinate a tar-like ...
Soaring fuel prices, rumours of winter power cuts, panic over the gas supply
from Russia, abrupt changes to forecasts of crude output... Is something
sinister going on? Yes, says former oil man Jeremy Leggett, and it's time to
face the ...
If you want to get a true sense of how thoroughly Hurricane Katrina punished
Coast last week, a flyover by helicopter or Air Force One won't do it.
The real picture doesn't resolve itself until you go 450 miles up, where a flock ...
Future historians, looking back from a much hotter and less hospitable world,
are likely to play special attention to the first few weeks of 2005. As they
puzzle over how a whole generation could have sleepwalked into disaster -
While global warm
ing is being officially ignored by the political arm of the
Bush administration, and Al Gore's recent conference on the topic during one of
the coldest days of recent years provided joke fodder for conservative talk show ...
1) KOIZUMI SEES NO AGREEMENT IN BONN (Kyodo, Japan Times, BBC) 2) US WON'T HAVE NEW PLAN FOR TALKS (Washington Post, BBC, CNN) 3) JAPAN FAILS TO BRING US BACK TO KYOTO (Japan Times) 4) CANADA GLOOMY ABOUT PROSPECTS FOR TALKS (CNN, Calgary Herald) ...
1) FORD TARGETS GLOBAL WARM
ING (NY Times, ABC, MSNBC, IHT) 2) CONSUMER BOYCOTT TO 'STOP ESSO' (BBC, CNN, Observer) 3) UTILITY PLANS TO PUT LIMITS ON ITS PLANTS (NY Times, WSJ) 4) US-SEN. BYRD BLASTS BUSH ON KYOTO (Charleston Daily Mail) 5) ...
1) DISMAY AS U.S. DROPS CLIMATE PACT (CNN, NY Times, BBC, The Age) 2) EU PONDERS HOW TO KEEP U.S. IN WARM
ING ACCORD (ABC, CNN) 3) UK-PRESCOTT BLASTS FREE RIDER BUSH FOR PULL OUT (Observer) 4) UK TO GO IT ALONE ON GLOBAL WARM
ING (The Independent) ...
1) BUSH REVERSES VOW TO CURB GAS TIED TO GLOBAL WARM
ING (NY Times, BBC, Times of London, ABC, CNN, WSJ, Washington Post, more) 2) EU-CONCERN OVER BUSH CLIMATE STANCE (NY Times, Financial Times) 3) KYOTO ACCORD MAY BE RATIFIED WITHOUT US-GERMANY ...
1) IPCC-WORLD DISASTERS SEEN AS GLOBAL WARM
ING OUTCOME (NY Times, CNN, Express India, BBC, Japan Times, MSNBC, CBC, ABC) 2) BUSH TEAM UNDER ATTACK ON EMISSIONS TALKS (NY Times) 3) EUROPE BLAMED FOR CLIMATE STALEMATE (BBC, Montreal Gazette) 4) ...
1) DELAY SOUGHT IN CLIMATE TALKS (NY Times, CNN, AFR) 2) UMBRELLA GROUP DELAYS STRATEGY SESSION (Japan Times) 3) EU, NETHERLANDS CONSIDER DELAY IN CLIMATE TALKS (ENN) 4) EU COMMISSIONER FEARS FOOT-DRAGGING (Financial Times) 5) SWEDEN SETS TOUGHER ...
1) SWEDEN MAKES CLIMATE DEAL TOP PRIORITY (CNN) 2) NON-EU NATIONS CIRCLE WAGONS ON CLIMATE (Japan Times) 3) MINISTRY EYES OVERSEAS TRANSPORT EMISSION CUTS (Asahi Shimbun) 4) UK PONDERS DEEP GREENHOUSE CUTS (BBC News) ...
1) US EMISSIONS DEAL TROUBLES EU (Financial Times) 2) EU AGREES ON TOUGH STANCE BEFORE CLIMATE CHANGE TALKS (CNN) 3) JAPAN-BILL PLANNED TO REDUCE GREENHOUSE GASES (Yomiuri Shimbun) 4) AUSTRALIA-CABINET PUTS OFF ...
1) PRESCOTT SAYS FLOODS ARE WAKE-UP CALL (Independent, Guardian, Telegraph, Financial Times, London Times, Irish Times) 2) GORE KNOCKS BUSH ON ENVIRONMENT; BUSH ON LEADERSHIP (ABC, CNN) 3) JAPAN-CO2 PLAN PARTIALLY REJECTED ...