Sun, 2007-01-14 08:55Ross Gelbspan
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Bush's State of the Union May Address State of the Climate

After six years of adamant denial, President Bush is expected to acknowledge the need to act on climate change in his forthcoming State of the Union address, according to British sources.

Sat, 2007-01-13 18:03Bill Miller
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Inconvenient Truth stirs controversy in Seattle suburb

A Washington state school board has imposed restrictions on Ex-vice president Al Gore’s film on global warming after several parents complained about their children viewing it at school. But none of the board members who voted for the restrictions has seen the film.

Sat, 2007-01-13 11:27Bill Miller
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China’s blistering economic growth raises fears over pollution

Four years of double-digit growth have heightened fears of greenhouse-gas pollution enveloping cities and degradation of scarce water supplies. 

Sat, 2007-01-13 10:34Jim Hoggan
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Exxon's Conversion: A Sober Second Look

Eager as we are to join the celebrations about ExxonMobil's recent climate change conversion, there are several reasons to question the sincerity of the world's biggest oil merchant .

The first is the most obvious: with the Democrats having secured control in both Houses of Congress, the energy industry expects it will soon face an outbreak of climate-change regulations. Exxon wants to be in the room to negotiate the effect of those regulations; it wants to be taken seriously on this issue and admitting the accuracy of the science is a necessary first step.
Sat, 2007-01-13 09:42Ross Gelbspan
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One Lump in a Christmas Stocking Is Usually Sufficient

As the world heats up, the coal industry is racing to build more than 150 new power plants before Congress decides to crack down on global warming.

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