Tue, 2007-05-15 11:29Ross Gelbspan
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Are We Outsourcing Our Sinks?

Climate change change may have passed a key tipping point that could mean temperatures rising more quickly than predicted. Scientists say a surge of carbon dioxide levels in the atmosphere in recent years is due to more greenhouse gas escaping from trees, plants and soils. Global warming was making vegetation less able to absorb the carbon pollution pumped out by human activity.

Tue, 2007-05-15 07:42Ross Gelbspan
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Scientists Cancel The Day After Tomorrow

Mainstream climatologists who have feared that global warming could have the paradoxical effect of cooling northwestern Europe or even plunging it into a small ice age have stopped worrying about that particular disaster, although it retains a vivid hold on the public imagination.

The bottom line is that the atmosphere is warming up so much that a slowdown of the North Atlantic Current will never be able to cool Europe,' said Helge Drange, a professor at the Nansen Environmental and Remote Sensing Center in Bergen, Norway.”

Mon, 2007-05-14 21:27Kevin Grandia
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A bio of James Hoggan

If you want to know more about James Hoggan go here. There's more on James Hoggan's with his bio here at desmogblog.
Mon, 2007-05-14 21:26Kevin Grandia
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More on James Hoggan

If you want to know more about James Hoggan go here. There’s more on James Hoggan's with his bio here at desmogblog.
Mon, 2007-05-14 21:24Kevin Grandia
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All about James Hoggan

If you want to know more about James Hoggan go here. There’s more on James Hoggan's with his bio here at desmogblog.

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