Thu, 2007-03-15 14:19Ross Gelbspan
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Maybe It Didn't Feel That Way Where You Live, But . . .

This winter was the warmest on record worldwide, the U.S. government said Thursday in the latest worrisome report focusing on changing climate. And a NASA study reported Thursday in the journal Science found that an important counter-balance to warming — sunlight blocked by volcanic gases, dust, pollution and other aerosol particles — appears to have weakened.
Thu, 2007-03-15 13:43Richard Littlemore
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Credit Where it's Due - Or Not

This in the Vancouver Sun and National Post today:

Most Canadian oil and gas companies have failed to take action to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, putting themselves and their investors at risk of the kind of eco-campaigns that targetted forest companies or the multibillion-dollar lawsuits launched against tobacco companies, says a new sustainability report.
Thu, 2007-03-15 13:05Ross Gelbspan
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Sure! And Toyota Completely Ruined Japan's Economy Too!

Leaders of General Motors, Ford, Toyota and Chrysler, along with the head of the United Auto Workers union, told a House subcommittee that proposed increases in gas mileage standards for new vehicles would be extremely expensive and could have calamitous results.
Thu, 2007-03-15 10:14Bill Miller
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International coalition takes aim at popular air-conditioner refrigerant in battle against climate change

Industrial and developing countries have joined forces to call for stringent limits on HCFC-22 , the world’s most popular refrigerant for air-conditioners, amid mounting evidence it depletes the ozone layer and contributes to global warming.

Thu, 2007-03-15 09:16Bill Miller
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Utility tries ‘sequestration’ to block carbon emissions from atmosphere

American Electric Power, a major electric utility, is set to announce the largest demonstration yet of capturing carbon dioxide from a coal-fired power plant and pumping it deep underground. Experts consider the approach, known as sequestration, essential to reining in climate change by barring gas from the atmospheric blanket that promotes global warming.

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