Getting serious about global warming - Mail & Guardian Online 15 Jun 2006 at 9:31amGetting serious about globalwarming Mail & Guardian Online, South Africa - 12 hours ago ... world's greenhouse-gas emissions -- implicated in runaway globalwarming -- by at ... a spokesperson for the UN Framework Convention on ClimateChange told the ...Govt urged to consider climate change as national security issue - ABC Online 15 Jun 2006 at 4:08am
Govt urged to consider climatechange as national security issue ABC Online, Australia - 17 hours ago ... an urgent call to the Federal Government to begin considering globalwarming as a ... that far from being exaggerated, the future impact of climatechange has in ...Clinton praises evangelicals on debt relief, global warming - KVOA.com 15 Jun 2006 at 8:40pm
Washington PostClinton praises evangelicals on debt relief, globalwarming KVOA.com, AZ - 56 minutes ago ... believed in the admonition of the Scripture to alleviate the burdens of the poor." He also praised the recent publication of "ClimateChange: An Evangelical ... Clinton Praises Evangelical Christians Houston Chronicle all 93 related
Council vows to cut global warming (ic CheshireOnline) 14 Jun 2006 at 6:51am ECO-FRIENDLY council leaders chose World Environment Day to sign up to charters aimed at cutting global warming. Climate change is now scientifically accepted as a consequence of the impact humanity is having on the Earth's atmosphere.'Rise of India positive for the world' (rediff.com) 14 Jun 2006 at 9:17am Basically the rise of China and India is a very positive force for the world economy. That is why the world economy is so strong.
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?