Fri, 2007-02-09 12:31Bill Miller
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Ill winds passed during Congressional hot-air debate

A recent three-hour House hearing on global warming underscored how politically charged the climate-change issue remains, even as several formerly skeptical Members of Congress said they were now convinced it’s time to act. One skeptical California Republican even blamed some earlier warming on “dinosaur flatulence.”

Fri, 2007-02-09 11:28Bill Miller
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British airline tycoon pledges $25 million to spur research aimed at winning greenhouse-gas battle

The prize will go to the first person or group to discover a way to remove billions of tones of greenhouse gases from the atmosphere. Former U.S. vice-president Al Gore has endorsed the five-year contest.

Fri, 2007-02-09 08:52Ross Gelbspan
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The Pain In Spain Is Mainly -- Due to Global Warming

With its rising temperatures, spreading deserts, disappearing glaciers and invasions of tropical fish, Spain has become the poster-child for global warming impacts.
Thu, 2007-02-08 21:15Kevin Grandia
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Forget Gore the Nobel Prize nominee, or Gore the Oscar nominated documentarian, Gore is planning a series of concerts that aim to be “bigger than live aid.”
Read more: Gore-a-palooza
Thu, 2007-02-08 13:53Richard Littlemore
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AEI Looking for "Middle Ground" in Climate Debate

The American Enterprise Institute (AEI ) is once again offering $10,000 payments to scientists who will comment on climate change - this time in the search for policy options that will open up a “middle ground” in the debate over climate change policy.

This fascinating-if-true development is reported here on the Science and Politics of Global Climate Change Blog.


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