Warming 'threat to Asian security' - CNN International 12 Jun 2006 at 11:12pmWarming 'threat to Asian security' CNN International - 22 hours ago ... of a single century, globalwarming will present far more daunting challenges of human and biological adaptation," they say. Abrupt climatechange could push ... Australian Think Tank: GlobalWarming 'Threat To Asia Pacific ... Free Internet Press Alan Dupont: Heat building as governments ignore dangers The Australian all 5 related
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Redford Tells Liberals to 'Forget Bush' on 'GlobalWarming' CNSNews.com, VA - 17 hours ago ... "Globalwarming" is "the defining issue of the 21st century," Schweiger added, warning that a failure to deal with manmade climatechange could leave our world ...Half of Americans chilling out over global warming, but many hot ... - Seattl... 13 Jun 2006 at 9:12pm
Half of Americans chilling out over globalwarming, but many hot ... Seattle Post Intelligencer - 25 minutes ago ... bear in mind that virtually all climate scientists say globalwarming already is ... at this is the latest report by the Intergovernmental Panel on ClimateChange. ...
Online only letters to the editor (Seattle Times) 6 Jun 2006 at 2:09am I am utterly mystified by your editorial about the soundness of the plan to move Montlake "to nearby Seward, keeping students together and a successful academic program intact," [" Closing the right schools ," Times, Editorial, May 21]. Are you not aware of the fact that there is already a "successful academic program" in the Seward building?Gore's 'Truth' Turns Up the Heat (RedNova) 1 Jun 2006 at 10:18am By Rick Klein, The Boston Globe May 24--WASHINGTON -- Al Gore's new film opens in the United States today carrying the same scary message that he's been spreading for two decades: that the world is facing catastrophic climate change because of the negligence of mankind.
Jesse Kornbluth: You Can Handle the Truth. So See the Movie. (HuffingtonPost) 25 May 2006 at 4:24pm A few years ago, Naomi Oreskes got tired of the Bush administration's insistence that "most" scientists disagree with the notion of global warming. Dr. Oreskes is a real scientist and historian --- she's an associate professor of history and director of the Program in Science Studies at the University of California; her books include "Plate Tectonics: An Insider's History of the Modern Theory of