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Big Money drives transition in face of old resistance. JEREMY CRESSWELL Oct 5, 2020 1587
Arctic summer sea ice second lowest on record: US researchers. Sep 22, 2020 585
Why You Shouldn't Pass on PaaS/DBaaS. Rajaji, Venkat Feb 1, 2020 1186
Dredging Market to Record CAGR of 2.7% Increase in Revenue by 2022. Jan 7, 2020 714
Ice melt 'would see 400m exposed to flooding by 2100'. Dec 11, 2019 336
Millions affected by melting in Greenland. Dec 11, 2019 162
Millions affected by melting in Greenland. Dec 11, 2019 162
Greenhouse gas emissions have already peaked in 30 major cities. Hutt, Rosamund Oct 27, 2019 568
Residential Heat Pumps Market Incredible Future By 2025 Due To Increasing Demand For Clean And Green Cooling Solutions In The Residential Sector: Grand View Research, Inc. Oct 24, 2019 1060
Global Biostimulants (Active Ingredients, Application, Crop Type) Market Insights, Trends and Forecasts, 2014-2018 & 2019-2023. Oct 23, 2019 1022
The Implications of Oil's Surprising Collapse: The new threats are global warming, fracking, and electric vehicles. Verleger, Philip K., Jr. Sep 22, 2019 2669
The places in Wales forecast to be under water in future due to climate change; WEBCHAT. Aug 28, 2019 529
The Impressive rise of the Global Electric Drive Module (EDM) Market. Jul 30, 2019 787
Experts Say the Ocean Level May Rise 2m by the End of the Century. May 21, 2019 215
New economics for climate change: Mariana Mazzucato says we should rethink public innovation policies to transform how we tackle global warming. Rotman, David Interview May 1, 2019 686
Redd+ Redemption: The first payment under the Redd+ scheme to conserve tropical forests has been approved, but issues with the data supplied by participating countries could undermine its potential. May 1, 2019 519
Sulfur Hexafluoride Market - Valuable Growth Prospects and Insights on Future Scenario. Report Apr 22, 2019 1384
FEELING THE HEAT. Brief article Apr 1, 2019 125
IN HOT WATER. Mar 22, 2019 368
Biogas Market Projected to Rise Up to 39,845.58 KTOE by 2023. Mar 14, 2019 538
Biogas Market Projected to Rise Up to 39,845.58 KTOE by 2023. Report Mar 13, 2019 852
EXTREME WINTER: Cold Used to Sell Global Warming: Across the Midwest and Northeast, the recent intrusion of a polar vortex has shattered records for cold temperatures, yet this cold blast is being blamed on global warming. Murphy, James Mar 4, 2019 2121
It's time to reconsider the new nuclear option: Facing up to our climate challenge may require a fresh generation of nuclear power. Luckily, advances are on the horizon. Phillips, Leigh Mar 1, 2019 1250
BUILDING: Global warming is dictating urgent changes to the shape of our urban landscapes. In this edited extract from her new book, Data Cities, Davina Jackson explores the interplay between today's pressing environmental concerns and modern architectural thinking. Jackson, Davina Excerpt Feb 1, 2019 1748
INCREASED ARCTIC SHIPPING COULD HAVE COOLING EFFECT. Feb 1, 2019 437
Living with Geoengineering. Granados, Luis Essay Jan 1, 2019 1429
MANUFACTURING IMMEDIATE FEAR OF CLIMATE CHANGE: A new subdivision of climate-change research known as "attribution science" looks to link current extreme weather events to long-term global warming. Murphy, James Oct 22, 2018 2083
AGAHI, UoB to focus on global warming. Aug 11, 2018 488
HOTHOUSE EARTH. Robert, Hunziker Jun 22, 2018 1128
Quick Answers to Tough Questions About Climate Change. Smith, Patricia May 14, 2018 3245
Second Warning. Brief article Mar 22, 2018 134
CALIFORNIA BURNING: Global Warming or Federal Mismanagement? California's wildfire season can be blamed on many things--but not global warming. Murphy, James Cover story Feb 5, 2018 2450
A new theory for western boundary sea level. Minobe, Shoshiro; Terada, Mio; Qui, Bo; Schneider, Niklas Jun 1, 2017 644
Defining a new normal for extremes in a warming world. Lewis, Sophie C.; King, Andrew D.; Perkins-Kirkpatrick, Sarah E. Report Jun 1, 2017 6663
Smart grids will dramatically improve the GCCAEs power sector. May 26, 2017 627
Observing climate by ... actually observing. May 1, 2017 330
What on Earth: is happening to our temperature. Hiserodt, Ed; Terrell, Rebecca Apr 3, 2017 3964
Will global warming make hurricane forecasting more difficult? Emanuel, Kerry Report Mar 1, 2017 4206
Pricing Zero-Coupon Catastrophe Bonds Using EVT with Doubly Stochastic Poisson Arrivals. Ma, Zonggang; Ma, Chaoqun; Xiao, Shisong Report Jan 1, 2017 8875
Response of South American Terrestrial Ecosystems to Future Patterns of Sea Surface Temperature. Pereira, Marcos Paulo Santos; Costa, Marcos Heil; Justino, Flavio; Malhado, Ana Claudia Mendes Report Jan 1, 2017 6144
At the top of the world. Dec 1, 2016 3393
Flooding Of Coast, Caused By Global Warming, Has Already Begun. Brief article Sep 6, 2016 224
Can we help the I losers in climate change? The demise of the coal industry should start a discussion of how we will respond to the economic upheaval caused by global warming. Martin, Richard Sep 1, 2016 1724
Trends in Japanese Energy Policy and the "Innovative Energy Strategy". Aug 31, 2016 3108
Warming ocean drove catastrophic Australian floods: higher sea-surface temperatures fuel more evaporation and rainfall. LaCapra, Veronique Jun 22, 2016 404
Rapidly rising seas. Brief article Jun 17, 2016 105
Thousands Flee Fire In Canada. May 10, 2016 493
2016 to be hottest year in world history: Scientists. Brief article Apr 10, 2016 220
Warming waters trigger more dead zones. Mar 1, 2016 329
WILDLIFE BECOMING VULNERABLE TO GLOBAL WARMING: WWF. Brief article Feb 14, 2016 245
Hiding the hiatus: global warming on pause: with C[O.sub.2] levels rising in the atmosphere from human causes, global-warming theory says that the Earth should be heating, but in fact, even alarmists agree that it's not. Jasper, William F. Jan 4, 2016 1334
Warm with a chance of crowds: a study forecasts how climate change could affect national park visitation. McKinney, Katherine Jan 1, 2016 997
A conservative proposition for global warming: in 1990, a Brazilian politician proposed what he presumed would be a simple way to kick our fossil-fuel habit. Jan 1, 2016 369
Helping low-latitude, poor countries with climate change. Seo, S. Niggol Dec 22, 2015 1765
Putting the Paris climate summit in context. Jasper, William F. Dec 21, 2015 2103
GCC-Turkish Ties Warmer; Saudi-Led Sunni Front Backs US/EU Special Ops In Iraq & Syria. Dec 7, 2015 899
In spite of terrorist attacks, climate talks push toward deal. Roewe, Brian Dec 4, 2015 1728
Is Our Planet Getting Cooked? Nov 11, 2015 587
Trading Places. Sep 19, 2015 375
Getting on with the job. Jul 1, 2015 404
Reshaping Terra Firma. Jun 22, 2015 435
The Vatican's Eco-mania: the Holy See issues a global-warming statement that allies the pope with anti-Christian, fear-mongering UN climate alarmists. Terrell, Rebecca Jun 8, 2015 2170
Sea level rise continues to accelerate. Apr 1, 2015 347
Gulf Stream Slowing Down. Mar 29, 2015 626
In the jaws of climate change. Shankman, Sabrina Jan 1, 2015 1422
The Torngats seven. Jan 1, 2015 10978
Experts highlight mountain areas food insecurity issue. Brief article Dec 7, 2014 171
The real case against activist global warming policy. Payne, James L. Sep 22, 2014 2530
Rise To The Rising Sea Levels. Jun 26, 2014 833
Dried-out leaf hints of global warming. Jun 1, 2014 387
Volcanoes contributed to warming hiatus. Furniss, Charlie Brief article Apr 1, 2014 190
Trade winds also hiatus cause. Brief article Apr 1, 2014 203
More hot days in hot regions. Furniss, Charlie Brief article Apr 1, 2014 221
Unnatural acts: from the arrival of the first snowdrop to the fall of the last autumn leaf, the timing of seasonal events is changing, as are the ranges of countless species, all evidence of climate changes impact on the natural world. Torr, Geordie Mar 1, 2014 2688
NASA data: global warming still on "pause," sea ice hits record. Feb 17, 2014 333
Dear EarthTalk: does the fact that we've had such a cold and snowy winter mean that global warming might not be such a big problem after all? L., Lacey Feb 2, 2014 645
Mid-ocean waters warming rapidly. Brief article Dec 1, 2013 235
Deep Greenland Sea warming rapidly. Rustad, Harley Brief article Nov 1, 2013 227
Global Warming Slowdown Complicates IPCC's Job. Brief article Sep 19, 2013 175
UN: Unprecedented Climate Extremes Marked Last Decade. Jul 3, 2013 1084
Tropical circulation causing Antarctic warming. Rustad, Harley Brief article Jul 1, 2013 180
Harvest bounty. Brief article Jun 22, 2013 260
Global warming hindered recovery. Jun 1, 2013 449
Volcanoes have reduced warming since 2000. Brief article Apr 1, 2013 201
Canadian glacier ice loss accelerating. Brief article Apr 1, 2013 214
Scientists Forecast Dramatic Temperature Increase. Brief article Dec 6, 2012 215
Global warming stopped 16 years ago, U.K. Met Office admits. Nov 5, 2012 358
Extreme heat rising worldwide: temperature records reveal increased odds of swelter. Raloff, Janet Sep 8, 2012 420
Global warming blowback. Brief article Jun 9, 2012 113
Molecule shows climate promise. Brief article Mar 1, 2012 193
Global warming not slowing down. Brief article Feb 1, 2012 207
The destination of species: should we move creatures threatened by climate change to new digs? Butler, Kiera Jan 1, 2012 708
Deep ocean may be masking global warming. Brief article Nov 1, 2011 292
Temperature gauge: notes from a warming world. Mar 22, 2011 720
Was last year really the warmest on record? Feb 7, 2011 422
Worth noting. Gajewski, Karen Ann Jan 1, 2011 678
Geoscience of climate and energy 8. Climate models: are they compatible with geological constraints on Earth System processes? Peltier, W. Richard Report Dec 1, 2010 3356
Arctic melt third highest since '79: this year's sea ice minimum reflects polar warming trend. Witze, Alexandra Brief article Oct 9, 2010 285
Warming favors homebody herd: heading for the hills in spring now strains Yellowstone elk. Milius, Susan Jul 17, 2010 365
Disaster capitalism: is the planet really warming up? Just ask the corporations that stand to make--or lose--billions due to "climate exposure.". Thompson, Clive Jul 1, 2010 3272
Scandals and snow aside, warming is real. Brief article Apr 1, 2010 303
A glacier gone. Kobeszko, Andrea Brief article Mar 1, 2010 185
Heating up. Thompson, Andrea Brief article Feb 1, 2010 155
The end days. Russell, Corvin Brief article Jan 1, 2010 337
No time to waste: GHGs are turning up the heat as the climate debate rages on. Harvey, L.D. Danny Nov 1, 2009 2224
Global temperature is dropping, not rising. Aug 3, 2009 349
Study says global warming could be worse than expected. Brief article May 19, 2009 256
Science past: from the issue of May 9, 1959. Brief article May 9, 2009 126
A cooling trend toward global warming: from a lack of temperature increase to the growing number of scientists rethinking climate change, a positive trend against global-warming alarmism is on the upswing. Hiserodt, Ed Apr 13, 2009 1907
Global warming is over (If You Want It). Brief article Mar 22, 2009 176
Shrugging off a cataclysm. Mark, Jason Editorial Jan 1, 2009 583
Report shows high-end computing's potential. Brown, Alan S. Nov 1, 2008 402
Troubled waters: "Ocean Deserts" are expanding, disrupting habitats and suffocating marine life. Knoblauch, Jessica A. Sep 1, 2008 1018
Green notes from a political insider: commentary from the legislative director of the League of Conservation Voters. Sittenfeld, Tiernan Sep 1, 2008 993
Not so hot. Allen, Christopher; Zipfel, Roger Letter to the editor Jun 1, 2008 426
A growing number of scientists is reconsidering climate change. Brief article May 26, 2008 274
Warming trend bad for insects: hotter weather threatens cold-blooded creatures too. Ehrenberg, Rachel Brief article May 24, 2008 211
Down with carbon: scientists work to put the greenhouse gas in its place. Perkins, Sid May 10, 2008 3428
CLIMATE CHANGE : MEPS AND EXPERTS CRITICISE THE RISKS OF INACTION. Sep 12, 2007 386
Taking the temperature on global warming. Moffic, H. Steven Viewpoint essay Aug 1, 2007 1805
Designer's challenge. Brief article May 1, 2007 113
ENVIRONMENT : WORKING GROUP ON CLIMATE CHANGE DELIVERS SOBERING MESSAGE. Apr 11, 2007 954
Case closed on human links to global warming. Brief article Apr 1, 2007 211
Glacial melting getting worse. Brief article Apr 1, 2007 186
The overlooked schism: America's religious communities and the battle over government. Dionne, E.J., Jr. Apr 1, 2007 2834
A Rubicon crossed: the church consensus is solidifying on the need to save the planet. Rice, Jim Apr 1, 2007 629
Reponding to climate change and peak oil: reclaiming the commons. Orton, David Mar 22, 2007 1886
Carry on polluting. Lohmann, Larry Mar 22, 2007 783
Gambling with Gaia. Mar 22, 2007 545
GLOBAL CO2 MARKET ON THE HORIZON? Brief article Feb 19, 2007 197
Time to act on global warming. Editorial Feb 16, 2007 910
What to make of the year without a winter. Royal, Robert Feb 2, 2007 867
Report: Canada and US States to follow California's lead. Brief article Jan 11, 2007 92
The 17 great challenges of the twenty-first century: by some estimates, humanity has only a 50% chance of surviving the next hundred years. It will be the job of today's young people to put the odds in our favor. Martin, James Jan 1, 2007 3269
Hurricane talk mostly hot air. Brief article Jan 1, 2007 304
Ultra-storms, trees and urban warming. Fitz, Don Jan 1, 2007 2351
The other "inconvenient truth". Chase, Steve Jan 1, 2007 768
"When Bar Harbor is underwater ...". Brief article Jan 1, 2007 291
Editorial. Allett, Tom Brief article Nov 1, 2006 224
Carbon, sunk. Winters, Jeffrey Nov 1, 2006 778
Mystery of the missing heat: upper ocean has cooled slightly in recent years, despite warming climate. Perkins, S. Sep 30, 2006 456
Fear the next ice age. Singer, S. Fred; Avery, Dennis T. Sep 22, 2006 403
Global warming too hot or not? The theory of global warming proposes that man's activities are causing the Earth to heat up, but there is compelling scientific evidence that does not support this conclusion. Behreandt, Dennis Cover story Sep 18, 2006 3299
Global warming challenge: think like it's 2050. Peirce, Neal Sep 4, 2006 820
Mammoth mystery. Cutraro, Jennifer Brief article Sep 4, 2006 213
More forests for the trees, not the climate. Brief article Sep 1, 2006 189
Arctic research hints at future warming. Tucker, Patrick Sep 1, 2006 407
Climate changing Africa. Ogodo, Ochieng Sep 1, 2006 980
Green gas. Abrams, Michael Brief article Aug 1, 2006 258
On thin ice: right now, for most of us, global warming means slightly milder winters, earlier springs and a glorious, hot summer. But in the Arctic, it's already threatening the traditional lifestyles of subsistence hunters. Louise Murray travelled to northern Greenland to meet and hunt with local Inuit, and to see for herself the impact that climate change is having on their lives. Murray, Louise Aug 1, 2006 1307
Global warming heats up nursery of hurricanes. Perkins, S. Brief article Jul 22, 2006 211
"Faith-based science"? Hoar, William P. Jul 10, 2006 971
Artists graphically convey dangers of climate change. Herro, Alana Jul 1, 2006 342
Nuclear revival? Don't bet on it! Flavin, Christopher Jul 1, 2006 1289
Our friend the atom? The growing threat from nuclear power. Caldicott, Helen Jul 1, 2006 676
Taking global warming to church. Batstone, David Jul 1, 2006 733
Where's our commitment? Priesnitz, Wendy Editorial Jul 1, 2006 459
"Global warming scare-mongering. Stone, John Column Jun 22, 2006 5579
Protest and revolution. Wood, Robin Editorial Jun 22, 2006 1448
"What you see is happening right now." Thermageddon and a search for tomorrow. Miller, Blair Jun 22, 2006 3117
Dear readers. Loeb, Edward R. Jun 1, 2006 590
Saturation point. Furniss, Charlie Jun 1, 2006 4595
World's forests continue to shrink. Jun 1, 2006 959
Too hot to trot. Furniss, Charlie May 1, 2006 3914
Science fiction about global warming. Hoar, William P. May 1, 2006 1361
Oh the climate, it is a changin': from city to state to nation, officials are trying to reduce the amount of pollutants that are contributing to global warming. DeCesaro, Jennifer Apr 1, 2006 2631
Unleashing the power of the global village. Ashling, Jim Apr 1, 2006 1534
Clif bar goes global. Brief article Mar 22, 2006 229
Katrina begets racial and environmental agitators. Hoar, William P. Feb 20, 2006 833
Big concerns for a tiny country. Brief Article Jan 1, 2006 136
Too much of nothing: the US continues to push an insane climate policy. Athanasiou, Tom Jan 1, 2006 1397
Voices. Loeb, Paul Rogat Jan 1, 2006 728
Dramatic changes in next 100 years. Brief Article Dec 1, 2005 575
Iceberg deposits point to Ice Age conveyor failure. Edwards, Chris Dec 1, 2005 312
Tracking an ocean of ice atop Greenland: Sarah Das. Lippsett, Lonny Interview Dec 1, 2005 1441
Katrina and Rita in context. Miesler, Peter Nov 1, 2005 816
After Katrina come the global warming blowhards. Hoar, William P. Oct 3, 2005 1052
The big meltdown: something's happening at both poles. Woodard, Colin Mar 1, 2005 969
Potholes on the road to global warming. Brief Article Jan 1, 2005 234
Global warming? ... Or global cooling? Oct 18, 2004 417
Arctic carbon may speed global warming. Brief Article Sep 1, 2004 248
Climate forecasts likely incorrect. Aug 1, 2004 514
Do warming oceans Portend an Ice Age? Aug 1, 2004 374
Hollywood time is not geological time. Jul 1, 2004 428
Climate change reality check. Motavalli, Jim Brief Article Nov 1, 2003 202
Storm warning for the business sector: are Australian businesses prepared for the risky impacts of climate change? Krishnapillai, Sarojini Apr 1, 2003 573
Long-range forecast. Interview Mar 1, 2003 4622
A climate `threshhold' looms. (Ebb & Flow). Brief Article Jun 22, 2002 205
The last Winter Olympics? (Ebb & Flow). Brief Article Jun 22, 2002 80
Global warming may be nearly over. (Climate). Brief Article Apr 1, 2002 483
Global Warming Is Speeding Up. Brief Article Jun 22, 2001 124
Talk-show science. Adamick, Paula Brief Article May 1, 2001 779
Is there a vent in the global greenhouse? Perkins, S. Brief Article Mar 10, 2001 544
Leaked report says climate scientists now see higher projected temperatures. Ayres, Ed Brief Article Jan 1, 2001 376
Endless Summer. Richler, Jennifer Brief Article Oct 1, 2000 293
The heat is on. Middleton, Nick Statistical Data Included Jan 1, 2000 2944
Global Marketplace. Dec 22, 1999 2149
Cars, hurricanes and the Sixth Extinction. GS Dec 22, 1999 509
Fickle climate thwarts future forecasts. Monastersky, R. Brief Article Feb 27, 1999 604
The coming storm: global warming and risk management. Mills, Evan May 1, 1998 2377
Can we stop global warming? Harte, John Mar 1, 1997 2571
Plants and soils may worsen global warming. Monastersky, Richard Feb 13, 1993 750
A star in the greenhouse; can the sun dampen the predicted global warming? Monastersky, Richard Oct 24, 1992 2976
Antarctic ice: slippin' and slidin.' (ice sheet movements found irregular in 100,000-year cycle study) (Brief Article) Brief Article Sep 26, 1992 314
Old idea may solve conundrum. Monastersky, Richard Aug 29, 1992 588
CO2 limits may initially worsen warming. Monastersky, Richard Feb 16, 1991 575
Warming shouldn't wither U.S. farming. Monastersky, Richard May 19, 1990 597
More groups address climate change. Feb 10, 1990 597
Tough carbon budget could slow warming. Raloff, J. Dec 2, 1989 824
Climate change: boon to western trees? Raloff, Janet Aug 19, 1989 336

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