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Week of June 20, 2020

The Hot Story On Solving Climate and Economic Problems - All In 3 Minutes!

Week of July 15, 2013

Distant Quakes Can Trigger Smaller Ones at US Fracking Sites
Expect Bigger, Fiercer Wildfires In West, Say Experts
Climate Change Will Disrupt US Energy Supplies, DOE Warns
Trees Best Left To Generate Carbon Credits - Australia
Amazon Deforestation Increasing in Countries Outside Brazil

Week of July 8, 2013

2001-2010 Hottest Decade On Record - World Meteorological Organization
New Jet Stream Caused 3 Extreme Climate Events Recently
Current Targeted Emission Cuts Woefully Inadequate - Study
Western Governors Unite Behind Bipartisan Energy Vision
Nanowire Super Solar Panels Get Funding in Sweden

Week of July 1, 2013

Acidifying Oceans Threaten US Oyster Industry, Stocks
Vote Only For Those Who Will Address Climate Change, Obama Says
Latest US Heat Wave Due to Wobbling Jet Stream
Past Adaptation 6 Million Years Too Slow for Present Climate Change - Study
Climate Change To Shrink US Cattle, and Profits - Study

Week of June 24, 2013

Record-Breaking Heat Wave In Alaska
Burning Indonesian Rainforests Generate Greenhouse Gases, Record Singaporean Smog
US Southwest Mega-Drought Bad Omen For Forests Globally - Study
Companies Can Cut Carbon Emissions And Make Money - Study
Miami Will Be Drowning By 2100

Week of June 17, 2013

The Fuse Is Burning on Arctic Methane Bomb - NASA
Emission Cuts Lead To Cleaner California Air
World Cannot Afford to Wait for a New Climate Treaty - IEA Report
No More Cheap Food With More People, Climate Change - UN Study
3 Ridiculously Simple Efficiency Measures To Slow Climate Change - IEA Report

Week of June 10, 2013

Global Price of Climate Change Going Up - Conference
Population Growth Nixes Sustainable Energy Gains - UN Study
US Women Mobilize to Promote Clean Energy and Divest from Dirty
Another Big Tar Sands Pipeline Trying to Sneak into US
Climate Change Scrambles Feeding For Nesting Birds

Week of June 3, 2013

Most GOPs and Dems Agree - Push Clean Energy And Regulate Emissions
First US County Bans Fracking to Save Its Water
Indonesia To Conserve Borneo Rainforest for Carbon Credits
Earth Likely to Warm 4-10oF by 2100 - Study
Minnesota Creates Solar Standard and Incentives

Week of May 27, 2013

Water Shortages Drying Up Economic Growth in China
China Starting to Enact Caps on Carbon Emissions
US Taxpayers Being Taxed For Climate Change

Week of May 20, 2013

Ancient Records Indicate Present Arctic Will Be 14 Degrees F Warmer
Climate Change, Population Growth and Political Corruption Yields Social Chaos
Climate Change Will Dramatically Reduce Habitat For Much Wildlife
Rainforest Dams Need Rainforests For Water
The Amazon Water Cycle Has Become More Extreme

Week of May 13, 2013

Much of California Could Have Totally Dry Years By 2050, NASA Says
As Arctic Melts, Its Ocean Is Acidifying Rapidly
A Buck In Time Saves Ten With EPA Regulations - OMB Study
Oregon Solar Power As Cheap As Dirty Power
Climate Change in California Is Behind Early Destructive Wildfires

Week of May 6, 2013

Global Carbon Dioxide Levels Pass 400ppm, Highest in 3 Million Yrs
Senators Propose Extending Fossil Fuel Tax Breaks to Clean Energy
National Parks Threatened by Oil, Gas Drilling - Report
US Seeing Whiplash Weather Extremes Predicted Under Climate Change
White House 2B Warned Of Earths Disappearing Heat Shield

Week of April 29, 2013

Solar Industry Grew 5x Faster Than Overall US Economy in 2012
Dramatic Recent Warming Reverses 2000 Years of Cooling - Study
Yearly Carbon Emissions Rob Our Children $2.7 Trillion in Natural Capital
Renewables To Be 70 Percent of New Power by 2030
Drop Fossil Fuel Subsidies Worldwide, Start Reforms - IMF

Week of April 22, 2013

Fossil Fuel Investments A $6 Trillion Mistake - Study
Asia Energy Demands Creating Major Risks - Report
Cut The Soot, Too, To Slow Sea Level Rise - Study
Humanity Responsible For Most Global Changes in Vegetation - Reports
New York, And Everywhere, Can Be Fossil Fuel Free Now - Stanford University Study

Week of April 15, 2013

Many Millions More Will Starve from Climate Change by 2050
Antarctic Ice Melt Speeding Up - So Will Sea Level Rise
Investing In Clean Energy Will Yield Enormous Health Benefits, Says UN
Nike, Starbucks, Intel to Congress - Act on Climate Change
Climate Change in the Mideast - Droughts and Dams in Biblical Paradise
Fossil Fuel Resistance Movement Rising

Week of April 8, 2013

Warming Warning - 1,600 Years of Andes Ice Gone in Past 25
Climate Change-Enhanced Drought Clobbering US Ranching
Developing Countries Agree to Cut Carbon Emissions
Breakthrough in Linking Renewables Makes Them Reliable in Germany
World Bank To Lead in Climate Challenge

Week of April 1, 2013

Burning Coal Drying Up North China
Climate Change Driving Cold Winter Via Arctic Ice Loss
Climate Change Threatens Tropics Via Fig Wasps
Tackle Climate Change By Stopping Fossil Fuel Subsidies - IMF Report
Global Warming Accelerating Towards a Climate Punch - Study

Week of March 25, 2013

US Crop-Ravaging Drought To Worsen in 2013, Says NOAA
Flow Batteries Can Make Clean Energy Reliable
Climate Change Threatens Water Supplies Vital to National Security - UN
Stratospheric Warming Tied To Greenland High, Shoveling Arctic Cold into US
African Clean Energy Could Drive Its Development

Week of March 18, 2013

Top US Admiral Says Climate Change Biggest Threat
Coal Sped Up Global Greenhouse Gas Climb in 2012
US Military - Forget Congress, Full Speed Ahead on Clean Energy
Climate Change Can Be Slowed, But Not Reversed
Congress Grinds Out Carbon Tax Bills

Week of March 11, 2013

Earth Warming 50 Times Faster Than Normal - Report
Solar As Cheap As Fossil Fuel Power in India, Italy - Report
Developed Nations Must Halve Emissions by 2020 for Safer Climate - Study
Why Global Temperatures Appear Stable As Earth Warms
Climate Change Grinds Away New England Coasts

Week of March 4, 2013

Is Obama REALLY Serious About Climate Change - XL Pipeline
US Senate Bill Calls For Carbon Tax, Then China Does, Too
Climate Change Cutting US Ski Industry
US Climate Change - Asthma, Flooding, Rising Prices, Unemployment, and More
Several Breakthroughs Will Make Solar Power Cheaper than Coal
Seasons Now Wetter AND Drier From Climate Change - Study

Week of February 25, 2013

US Winters Warming Faster - Report
Humanity Close To Exploding Global Methane Bomb
China Now Eating the Amazon Rainforest
173 Independent Sources Verify Global Warming Occurring - NOAA
World Could End Poverty AND Limit Warming - UN Study

Week of February 18, 2013

Forward on Climate, Say Over 50,000 in US Rallies
Extreme 2012 US Drought Devastated Red States Mostly
Tundra Releasing Greenhouse Gases Into Atmosphere - Study
Climate Change Poses Financial Risks to Government - US Auditors
Prepare For 10 Degree F Rise, Says Ex IPCC Head

Week of February 11, 2013

Norway Prevents South American Deforestation to Cut Climate Change
US Power Plants, Mostly Coal, Are Massive Carbon Emitters
Like Hurricane Sandy, BIG Blizzard Linked to Climate Change
Obama Can Bypass Congress on Climate - Study
Climate Change Could Devastate US Agriculture - USDA Study

Week of February 4, 2013

US Cuts Carbon As Clean Energy, Energy Efficiency Increases - Report
2012 Fits Long-Term Global Warming Trend - NASA
Warmer Winters Linked to Earlier, Stronger Flu Outbreaks
Gargantuan Siberian Methane Bubbles Escaping Into Atmosphere
Solar Spin Cell Breakthrough - Will Make Solar Cheaper Than Fossil Fuels

Week of January 28, 2013

China, Australia Top List of Carbon Bomb Countries - Report
US Drought Threatens State Economies, Winter Crops
South American Glaciers Shrinking Significantly, Melting Faster - Report
Climate Prophet Underestimated Climate Change - It Is Far Worse

Week of January 21, 2013

China Browns, Threatening the World Climate
Megadrought, Likely From Climate Change, Drying the Amazon
RE-volv - A New Way to Finance the Spread of Community Solar
Drought Threatens Mississippi Transport - And US Food, Fuel Prices
What Global Warming Means For You - Interactive Graphic

Week of January 14, 2013

Climate Change Already Profoundly Affecting Americans - Report
First Crowd-Sourcing of Solar Sells Out Fast
Arctic Becoming More Volatile With Faster Warming - Report
Important Geothermal Technology Breakthrough

Week of January 7, 2013

2012 Arctic Drilling Debacle Supports Previous Warnings
2012 - Record US Drought, Record British Precipitation
The Great 2012 Summer Arctic Cyclone Was Unprecedented - Study
Australia On Fire Again
2013 Congress - Bipartisan Clean Energy Advances Forecast

Week of December 31, 2012

West Antarctic Heating Up Far Faster Than Thought
Solar Cell Decals Are the Next Hot Items
Understanding Tree Death, As Forests Die
Marine Heat Wave Hits West Australian Fisheries
New Clean Power Startups Challenge Utility Giants

Week of December 24, 2012

Collaboration Creates a Sustainable, Affordable House
Recording-Breaking 2012 Second Costliest Weather Year, And Fits Climate Change
2012 Best US Clean Energy Year Yet
Big Cuts in Fish Quotas Due to Climate Change
Climate Change Death Toll Mostly in 10 Developing Countries

Week of December 17, 2012

After 2012 Election, Congress Moves To Help Clean Energy
US Farming Drought Expands Into Winter
2012 Hottest US Year - So Far
Global Insurance Industry Calls for Reducing Carbon Emissions
EPA Mandates a 20 Percent Reduction of Soot By 2020

Week of December 10, 2012

Holiday Tree Fights and No Reindeer Under Future Climate Change
Arctic Wildfire Soot Helped Melt Greenland
India Tries To Help Farmers Adapt to Climate Change
Harnessing the Latino Green Vote For Clean Energy
IPCC, Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, Underestimates Climate Change

Week of December 3, 2012

Polar Ice Sheets Melting 3x Faster - Report
Fracking Damaging Our Food Suppliers And Health
Record-Breaking Megastorms Expected to Drown Major US Food Producer
Solar Parties Are Selling Solar
US Set to Sell Offshore Wind Leases

Week of November 26, 2012

Climate Change Threatens Trees Worldwide
Invest in Clean Energy or Lose Trillions, Say Biggest Investors
Climate Efforts-Goals Gap Widening - UN
New Applications Make Geothermal Energy Rock
US Coal Declines, As Overseas It Grows More Climate Change

Week of November 19, 2012

California Cap And Trade Will Benefit Residents
BP, Chevron Are Risky Investments - Report
Germany, the Renewable Clean Energy Nation - Book
Over Half of US governors, GOP and Dem, Unite in Wind Energy Coalition
Renewable Energy Big Priority in Swing States During 2012 Election - Poll

Week of November 12, 2012

Arctic Carbon Release Could Spark Uncontrolled Warming
Climate Change, Clean Energy Changed the Election
Global Warming Likely to Warm Earth by 8 Degrees F by 2100 - Study
Divest Fossil Fuel Companies, Say McKibben
A New Switch to Aid Green Energy

Week of November 5, 2012

Climate Change Fueled Hurricane Sandy Destruction
Improved Cloud Forecasting Improves Clean Energy Use
Fossil Fuel Industrial Gas Flaring Fuels Climate Change
Climate Change To Bankrupt Over 100 CA Dairies
Rising Sea Level Could Flood Washington DC Before 2050

Week of October 22, 2012

New Solar Power Efficiency Record - 44 Percent!
Where Wind Power Is, Money and Jobs Follow
Clean Energy Lighting Far Better Than Fossil Fuels for Health - Study
Mapping Out a Clean Energy Future - Report
Climate Change Catastrophes Zooming in North America - Report

Week of October 15, 2012

The Weather IS Climate Change, Say Climate Scientists
Sea Levels Rising Faster Than Predicted
Climate Change Sits Down at the Thanksgiving Table
Florida to Obama, Romney - Please Address Sea Level Rise
Being InSITEful About Solar Developments - Interior Secretary Salazar

Week of October 8, 2012

Climate Change Could Dry Up Fracking
Senate Candidates Use Climate Change As Defining Issue
Tea Party Attacks Clean Energy in Arizona
Wind Energy Is Winning Hearts, Saving US Farms
Sports Are Winning at Energy Efficiency - Report

Week of October 1, 2012

Total Loss of Arctic Summer Ice Could Double Global Warming
Oceans Acidifying at Unprecedented Rates - Conference
Climate Change Costing World Over 1 Trillion USD Yearly - Report
FOX News, WSJ Opeds, Nearly Always Wrong on Climate Change - Report
Addressing Climate Change Attracts Independent Voters - Polls

Week of September 24, 2012

Earths Air Conditioner Is Melting - Record Low Arctic Ice
Romney Energy Plan Ignores Planetary Emergency
Arctic Death Spiral From Fossil Fuel Mining
Overpopulation Must Be Addressed to Slow Climate Change - Faith Group
Faith Groups Pledge to Make Climate Change Voting Issue

Week of September 17, 2012

US Farm Policy Boosting Climate Change
Japan Plans To Replace Nuclear With Wind Power
Climate Change Impacts Might Be Worse in Tropics
Ice Can Change Fast, Loss May Cause More Extreme Winters
Crowd Power, the New Force for Boosting Renewables

Week of September 10, 2012

2012 Signs of Climate Change Shadow UN Climate Meeting
Asian Birds Harmed by Climate Change
Big US Corporations Reducing Emissions, Saving Money
Monarch Butterflies Downed By Climate Change
Biblical Climate Change Was Dramatic, Sudden, Devastating - Study

Week of September 3, 2012

Tipping Point of Ice-Free North Pole at Hand - Record Arctic Melt
Record Summer Heat, Wildfires in Siberia
Drought Damaging Wisconsin Goat Cheese Industry
Siberian Carbon Bomb Starting - New Study
Global Warming Is Real, Caused By Humans - American Meteorological Society

Week of August 27, 2012

Green Group Takes Aim at Congressional Climate Change Deniers
Clean Energy Grew From a Model Democracy - Denmark
Getting Into Hot Water to Save Energy
Massachussetts Is Most Energy Efficient State - Report
Drought Will Raise Food Prices Substantially in 2013

Week of August 20, 2012

Romney, Ryan Form Climate Skeptic Presidential Ticket
Surf Is Down, With Climate Change
Loss of Arctic Ice Much Faster Than Predicted
Turbine Harvests Tidal Energy of the Bay of Fundy
US Heatwave Causing Record Massive Fish Deaths

Week of August 13, 2012

Slash Carbon Emissions, Says Business and Green Coalition
Clean Energy Could Save Over 100 Trillion by 2050 - IEA Report
Japan Looks to Lead in Energy Management Systems
Fossil Fuels Get Six Times That of US Clean Energy Subsidies - Graphic
Odds Are, Climate Change Is Happening - Study

Week of August 6, 2012

Republican Mitt Romney Favors Discouraging Clean Energy
Adapting to Climate Change Will Be Challenging - India Drought
Clean Solar Energy Shines Through Indian Blackout
Religious Leaders Oppose Fracking - Rally
Western US Mega-droughts On the Way - Study

Week of July 30, 2012

Climate Change Induced Thunderstorms Damage Ozone Layer
Power In a Pipe - A New Hydro System
US Feds Create Solar Energy Zones
US Most to Blame for Global Warming
Electric Zero Motorcycle Is a Great City Vehicle

Week of July 23, 2012

National Drought Til Halloween At Least - Fed Forecasters
Overpopulation Outstrips Climate Change on Water Scarcity in Andes - Report
US Drought Could Pack National, Possibly Global Punch
US Tariffs on Chinese Solar Panels Hurt US Solar Businesses

Week of July 16, 2012

Manmade Global Warming Increasingly Affects Climate - Studies
US Far Less Energy Efficient Than Other Major Economies - Survey
Carbon Capture and Storage Likely To Cause Earthquakes, Trigger Leaks
Climate Change Wiping Out Cattle Feed
Cutting Resource Use Would Help US Economy - Bill Clinton

Week of July 9, 2012

Record Midwest Heat Wave Damages Crops
Sea Level Rise to Cost US Ports Trillions By 2070 - Study
Climate Change Puts the Brakes on US Airways Jet
How Climate Change Is Melting Chicago
Going Green Gains UK $31 Billion by 2015

Week of July 2, 2012

Massive Heat Wave Moves Across the US
Extreme US Heat Fuels Extreme Thunderstorms
Record Colorado Wildfire Just the Beginning - Study
Melting Greenland Ice Sheet Approaches Tipping Point
New York Kills Coal With New Carbon Emissions Standards

Week of June 25, 2012

High US Heat, and Zombie Hurricane Forms
Acidifying Coastal Waters Threaten California Fisheries - Study
Japan Will Subsidize Renewable Energy
Melting Arctic Benefits Perpetrators, the Oil Industry
Pay One Dollar Per Gallon - If You Drive Electric

Week of June 18, 2012

Climate Change Will Bring More, Bigger Wildfires Worldwide
Pace of Global Warming Accelerating Dramatically in US
Burning Diesel, A Fossil Fuel, Causes Lung Cancer - WHO
Geo-engineering Is Highly Risky, Better Solutions Exist
US Coal Replaced By Clean Energy and Methane

Week of June 11, 2012

Approaching Global Tipping Point Involves Climate Change - Study
US Senator Proposes New Tax Break to Promote Green Energy
Congress Woefully Behind on Climate Change Debate
As Congress Debates, New Major Heat Records Are Set - NOAA
Human, Climate Change Help Create Record-Breaking New Mexico Megafire

Week of June 4, 2012

Teenager Sues US Over Climate Change
Climate Change Denial Fueled by Cultural Values, Not Ignorance
Congress Will Kill Jobs By Not Subsidizing Wind Industry - Obama
California Doubles Percentage of Solar Residences Allowed
Land Reform Key to Saving Forests, Fighting Climate Change - Study

Week of May 28, 2012

Disastrous Climate Change Could Come Fast with Tipping Points
Modern Dutch Windmills Deliver New Energy
150,000 US Heat Deaths by 2100 - Report
End Polluter Welfare Bill Introduced in US Congress
Asia To Become Lead Global Solar Power

Week of May 21, 2012

Climate Change Eroding Hawaiian Beaches
Climate Change Creates Canadian Tinderbox
Wind Energy Boom in Mexico
Past Year Hottest Ever Recorded, NOAA Says
Climate Change Helped Create Disastrous Australian Flooding 2010-11

Week of May 14, 2012

Slowing Consumption, Waste, and Climate Change - Repair Cafe
Criminals Are Destroying Important Carbon Storage Systems
Continuing Climate Change Complicates Water Management - Idaho
Forget Taxes, Support Clean Energy - New Poll
New York City Builds Green To Save Green - Money, That Is

Week of May 7, 2012

US Budget Cuts Monitoring of Climate Change
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Deja Vu - Global Warming Wiped Out Most Life 250 Mya
During Blackouts, Turn on the Car
Treasure in Recycling Trash for Cash and Climate
Green Button Initiative Gains Nationwide Support

Week of April 30, 2012

Climate Change to Cut Corn Dramatically - Study
Climate Change Hits Britain With Drought AND Floods
Climate Change Intensifying Water Cycle Faster Than Predicted
For Climate Change, Exporting US Coal Is Like Burning It
ALEC Considers Attacking Renewable Energy

Week of April 23, 2012

Most Americans Link Climate Change To Extreme Weather - Poll
Rising Seas Threaten Nearly 300 US Energy Facilities
Japan Firms Go For Green Energy
Mexican Senate Votes To Put Into Law Long-term Climate Targets
Climate Change Lets Birthing Beetles Bludgeon Forests

Week of April 17, 2012

Droughts, Likely From Climate Change, Pervade US
Pacific Sea Level Rise Tied to Climate Change
China Leads Race for Clean Energy Jobs
Arctic Drilling Could Be Disastrous Economically, Environmentally – Lloyds of London
Climate Change Likely Destroying Marine Food-Chain Base

Week of April 11, 2012

Global Warming Law Brings New State Revenues
Climate Change Versus the Easter Bunny
Rising Greenhouse Gases Melted World in Last Ice Age - Study
Climate Change Affects Geopolitics - US Military
Over Three Million Green Jobs in US - Report

Week of April 3, 2012

Climate Change Boosts Natural Variability Into Record Heat
Climate Change Will Threaten Social Stability - US Intelligence
Affordable Home Efficiency Upgrades Now Available - SolarCity
Global Warming Close to Irreversible - Scientific Conference
US Green Cards for Clean Energy Job Makers

Week of March 26, 2012

NO CLIMATE CHANGE REPORTS WEEK OF MARCH 26TH

Week of March 19, 2012

Canada Lyme Disease Spread Linked to Climate Change
Climate Change Linked to More Bugs Now
Energy-Independent Net Zero Homes Increasing
Businesses Question Ties to Climate-Denying US Chamber of Commerce
Without Action, Climate Change Ensures Falling Future Living Standards

Week of March 12, 2012

First Climate Change Induced Relocation of Sinking Island Nation
Need to Transfer to Clean Energy ASAP - Ex Microsoft Exec
Japan Progresses Towards Replacing Nuclear with Clean Renewable Energy
Warmer Winters from Climate Change Mean More Agricultural Pests
Solar Costs Plummeting, North Carolina and Elsewhere

Week of March 5, 2012

Obama Seeks End to Oil and Gas Subsidies
Fossil Fuels Causing Fastest Ocean Acidification in 300 Million Years
Climate Change Could Impact Hydropower in California, Northwest
New Liquid Battery Will Boost Clean Energy
Recent Record Shows Investing in Clean Economy Is Smart

Week of February 28, 2012

A Business Blueprint to a Clean Powered Future - Amory Lovins
Increasing Climate Change Brings Increasing Deaths from Wildfires - Study
Climate Change Reduces Genetic Diversity in Wildlife – Study
Marine Ecosystems Will Deteriorate Soon From Carbon Dioxide - Studies
Representatives Urge UK Become Lead Exporter of Wave, Tidal Power

Week of February 20, 2012

Most Americans Affected by Extreme Weather Already - Study
Unusually Hot Summers Increasingly Likely Soon - Study
Ancient Alaska Cedars Freezing to Death From Climate Change
Whether Red or Blue, Most States Forging Green Economy Policies
Promote Local Clean Energy Projects To Counter Monopolies - Scotland

Week of February 13, 2012

India Tests Fleet of New Hydrogen-Powered Vehicles
Global Melting of Glaciers Varies Highly, As Sea Rise Continues - Study
Clean Energy Push in China Based on Economics, Geopolitics
Climate Change Increasingly Threatens US Water Supplies
Climate Change Price of Mining US Gas and Oil Rises - 3 Studies

Week of February 6, 2012

Fossil Fuel Industry Promoting Climate Change Denial With Linked Scientists
Forests Create Rain - New Biotic Pump Theory
In India, Plummeting Panel Prices Could Spark Solar Revolution
Most US Weather Forecasters Do Not Understand Human-Driven Climate Change
New Wave Power - Marine Bicycle Pump

Week of January 30, 2012

New CA Auto Rules Mean Big Greenhouse Gas Cuts
General Electric Marketing Hybrid Wind-Solar Power Farms
Ocean Acidity from Climate Change To Harm Sealife Severely by 2050
Fossil Fuel Industries Promoting Climate Change Denial
Dramatic 26-Second NASA Video Documents Planetary Heating

Week of January 23, 2012

Amazon Basin Becoming Carbon Emitter - Study
Bigger British Carbon Cuts Easier Than Smaller Ones - Report
As Rainforest Roads Increase, Carbon Storage Systems Decrease
Climate Change Denial Gains Foothold in Some US Schools
Trees Must Be Included in Climate Change Models, Say Scientists

Week of January 16, 2012

US Southwest Will Not Survive Impending Climate Change By 2100
Several Simple Measures Worldwide Could Slow Climate Change - Study
Several States Jump-starting Clean Economies Via Clean Energy Funds
Canadian Warm Winter Threatens Cold-Adapted Wildlife
Damaged Peatlands Big Source of Climate Changing CO2

Week of January 9, 2012

US Saved Mucho Energy in 2010 Via Efficiency
Climate Change Hitting Latin America with Extreme Weather
Solar Panels Competing with Dirty Natural Gas
Record-Breaking Warm Winter Weather in Canada Prairies
Baby Seals Dying from Climate Change - Study

Week of January 2, 2012

Solar Blooms, Despite Uncertain Future
US Top Export Is Chief Cause of Climate Change
West Coast Oysters, Others, Threatened by Global Warming
Climate Change Will Magnify Extreme Weather in Cities Worldwide - Report
Climate Change Clogging Transport Routes in Europe

Week of December 26, 2011

Former US Secretary Tim Wirth Proposes Ambitious Clean Energy Agenda
California, Hawaii Paving Way for Rooftop Solar Projects
Climate Change Cutting Down White Christmas
Energy Efficiency Brings Less Power, More Profit to Missouri Utility
Climate Change Causing More NY Flooding - Study

Week of December 19, 2011

Cap and Trade Benefiting Economy in Massachusetts
Even 2-Degree Celsius Warming Could Be Catastrophic, Say Scientists
Breakthroughs Creating Hyper-Efficient, Cheap Solar Power
Climate Change Limiting Coal Power Plants
God Gave Us Brains to See Global Warming, Evangelist Says

Week of December 12, 2011

US Youth to US Climate Rep - 2020 Is Too Late to Wait
US, Other Major Polluters, Should Face Sanctions for Climate Inaction
2011 - Year of Record-Breaking Carbon Emissions, and Heat
Climate Deniers Applaud US Inaction on Climate Change
Record-Breaking Drought in Mexico Could Increase Migration

Week of December 5, 2011

Climate Change Already Threatening Gulf Coast Water Sources
A Realistic Blueprint for Cutting Carbon Emissions - Study
Despite Little Federal Support, Solar Energy Keeps Growing
Salt Marshes Are Important Carbon Storage Systems - Study
Wood Fires and Diesel Engines Fuel Climate Change, UN Says

Week of November 28, 2011

Warming Oceans Threaten Australian Seaweeds and Sea Life - Study
Methane An Increasing Factor in Global Warming - NOAA
Colossal Climate Change Health Costs Predicted - Study
Hi-Protein Rice in India Fights Global Warming, Too
Mongolia Tries to Cool City with Ice Shield Experiment

Week of November 21, 2011

More Severe Climate Predicted for Southern Europe - UN report
CIA Should Be Open on Climate Change, US Agency Urges
Thai Representatives Propose Relocating Capital from Floods, Climate Change
Power-Generating Pavement To Power Public Places
Obama Instituting 54.5 MPG Fuel Standards by 2025

Week of November 14, 2011

World Headed Towards Irreversible, Bad Climate Change by 2017 - IEA Report
China to US on Solar Trade War - Mess With Us at Your Peril
Keystone Message to Obama - Fight Climate Change, Pollution
Urgent Need to Reduce Emissions Soon, Says Former Oil CEO
Automakers Plan a Common Electric Vehicle Charging System

Week of November 7, 2011

Record-Breaking Rise in Global Warming Gases in 2010
Giant Antarctic Iceberg Predicted Soon
Major Ecosystem Changes in Pacific Northwest Predicted - Studies
Utility Stores Excess Wind Power With Consumers
New India Policy Spurs Solar Power Development

Week of October 31, 2011

Carbon Emissions Must Decline Soon to Avoid Unsafe Warming - Study
Heat of Global Warming Could Already Be Harming Crops
Chocolate Threatened by Climate Change - New Report
Lamb, Beef, Cheese Are the Highest Climate Impact Foods - Study
Climate Change Can Trigger Conflicts - Study

Week of October 24, 2011

Even More Extreme Weather Coming This Winter and 2012
Unintended Pregnancies Fuel Overpopulation, and Thus Climate Change
Overpopulation Makes Ultimate Decline Likely, Partly From Climate Change
Climate Change Fueling Water Conflict between India and Pakistan
Price of Peanut Butter Rising, Largely Due to Climate Change

Week of October 17, 2011

Global Warming Creates Dangerous Himalayan Glacial Lakes
Amazon Drought Released Huge Greenhouse Gas Emissions
More Efficient Fertilization Could Slow Global Warming
Damaging Arctic Ozone Hole Appears, As Predicted Under Climate Change
Major US Utility Tests Electric Car-to-Grid Charging

Week of October 10, 2011

Green Budget Cuts Can Save US Nearly $400 Billion
Coal Is an Economic Drain, Unless Priced Correctly
Worldwide Climate Change Destroying Forests, Key Climate Protectors
Pay-As-You-Go Solar Being Tested In Africa
New Energy Efficiency Standards Promise More Jobs

Week of October 3, 2011

Climate Change Causing Big Changes in Fisheries - Study
Climate Change Could Cost Canada Many Billions Annually - Report
Do Not Use HFCs To Control Ozone, Warns UN
Climate Change Harming Human Health in Many Ways
Defense Fund for Protecting Climate Scientists

Week of September 26, 2011

US Department of Energy Goal - Make Solar As Cheap as Coal
Solar Company Shakeout A Sign of Successful Wider Solar Market
Regulating Soot Would Slow Warming And Fast Melting of Arctic Ice
Geothermal a Promising Energy Source for Japan
Global Warming Deniers, A Dying Breed

Week of September 19, 2011

Dalai Lama, Other Nobels, Urge Obama to Stop Tar Sands Pipeline
US Insurance Does Not Cover Global Warming Claims, Court Rules
New Japanese Wind Turbine Triples Power Generation
Switch to Natural Gas Will Not Slow Global Warming - Study
Many US Voters Believe Global Warming a Primary Voting Issue

Week of September 12, 2011

New Record Low Arctic Ice Signals More Climate Change
National Public Education Campaign to Save Energy in Ukraine
Coral Reefs Extinct Before 2100 - New Book
Military Bases Going Solar With DOE Loan
Exxon Believes Climate Change Should Be Exploited, Not Prevented

Week of September 5, 2011

China Outcompetes US in Solar, Bankrupting US Firms
Even More Extreme Weather To Come Than Predicted
Vice President Biden Calls For New Clean Energy Policy
Clean Electric Powered Transit Begins in Portland, Oregon
NASA Chief Climate Scientist Arrested Protesting Oil Sands Pipeline

Week of August 29, 2011

Scientists Say Climate Change Makes Extreme Weather the New Norm
US Military and China Pursue Decreasing Carbon Emissions
The 200 Billion Dollar Question - Clean Energy, or More Climate Change
Republicans Do Not Want Humanity To Address Climate Change
Killing Keystone Pipeline Key to Decent Future, Groups Say

Week of August 22, 2011

Despite Bad Economy, Solar Grows
Media Downplays Climate Change When Reporting Extreme Weather
Climate Change Already Increasing Food Prices
Climate Change Already Costing US Bigtime
Climate Change Connected To Giant Phoenix Dust Storm

Week of August 15, 2011

Republicans Oppose US Preparing For Climate Change
Social Networking a Solar Rooftop Revolution
Crippling Drought In South Could Worsen
Electric Cars Could Earn Owners Thousands
Russian Heat Waves and Wildfires Again

Week of August 8, 2011

Clean Energy Jobs Await Returning Soldiers
Clean Economy Fuels Job Growth in Major US Cities - Study
Community Wind Power Farms Growing Globally
Expect Bigger Storms With Future El Ninos and Climate Change - NOAA
Climate Change Muscling Out CA Mussels - study

Week of August 1, 2011

How Much Heat Global Warming Packs
New Fuel Efficiency Standards Will Save Consumers Trillions
Right Wing Industries Try To Undo Efforts to Address Climate Change
San Francisco Helps Small Businesses to Go Solar
Climate Change Is Releasing Buried Toxics

Week of July 25, 2011

Heat Wave and Climate Change Connection Rarely Reported
Flooding Areas Will Increase By Half Under Climate Change
Global Warming and Soil Microbes Fuel Each Other
Bloomberg Bets 50 Million on Clean Energy
Seattle Real Estate Greens Buildings To Spur Market

Week of July 18, 2011

Two Oceanic Carbon Sinks Are Shrinking
As World Dawdles, Island Nations Plead for Their Lives
Forests Even More Important in Slowing Climate Change - Report
A New Way to Store Solar Energy - MIT
First Electric Car Highway by 2012

Week of July 11, 2011

Fall Beef Prices to Skyrocket from Climate Change Effects
Future Magnetic Computers Could Be Super Energy Efficient
Sea Level Rise by 2100 Predicted to Flood Many US Cities
Hawaii Heads Towards Clean Renewable Geothermal
Steady Global Temperatures Due to Rise And Speed Global Warming

Week of July 4, 2011

Global Warming Causing Massive Movement of Marine Species
Japan Firms Plan Switch from Nuclear to Clean Renewable Energy
Major Antarctic Glacier Now Melting Much Faster
Solar Plant Developers Switch From Thermal to Solar Panels
Google Invests 280 Million Into Home Solar Installations

Week of June 27, 2011

2011 Already One of the Most Extreme Weather Years
Wildfires and Global Warming Feed Each Other
Biodegradable Plastics Emit the Greenhouse Gas Methane
Turning Industrial Blight Into Clean Renewable Energy
Oceans Degrading Faster From Global Warming Than Predicted

Week of June 20, 2011

Natural Gas Will Not Solve Climate Change - IEA
CARE, WWF, Others Urge Governments to Halt Deforestation by 2020
Sierra Club Spearheading a Homeowner Campaign to Go Solar
Solar May Be Cheaper Than Fossil Power by 2016 Says GE
Arctic Warming Even Faster Than Predicted in 2007 - Report

Week of June 13, 2011

US National Academy - Climate Change Is Real, Government Must Act Now
Telework Cuts Greenhouse Gases, Ups Business Profits
Bolivian Law - Nature Has Right to Protection From Climate Change
Canadian Climate Change - Much Land Will Be Inaccessible
Climate Change To Make Some Tropics Too Hot For Farming

Week of June 6, 2011

Climate Change And Tornadoes
Record Rise in Greenhouse Gases Threatens Catastrophic Climate Change
Sea Level Rising Faster Along New Jersey Coast
Permafrost Melt Could Speed Climate Change Irreversibly by 2030 – Study
India Pursues Unique National Energy Efficiency Policy

Week of March 28, 2011

OFF TO FARAWAY LANDS - CLIMATE CHANGE REPORT RESUMES IN JUNE

Week of March 21, 2011

Clean Renewables Can Replace Nuclear Power - Germany
Climate Change Threatens Majestic Redwoods
Old Trees Important In Growing Carbon Storage Systems
Canadian Boreal Forest Important Buffer to Climate Change Problems
Global Warming Threatens $100 Billion of US Navy - Study

Week of March 14, 2011

Climate - Businesses Say US Chamber of Commerce Does Not Speak for Them
Climate Change Could Create US Mega-Droughts in West - Study
Geothermal Heating for Every Home
Time Running Out to Stop Catastrophic Climate Change - Energy Expert
Polar Ice Melting Is Up, Outpaces Glacial Contribution Says NASA

Week of March 7, 2011

Lessons for a US Solar Policy
Developing a Grassroots System for Charging Electric Cars
Earlier Arctic Spring Likely to Disrupt Marine Ecosystem
China to Slow Growth to Curb Climate Change
Great Barrier Reef Degrading Under Global Warming

Week of February 28, 2011

Climate Change, Population Will Dynamite Mideast Future
King Crabs Invade Warming Antarctic, Threaten Sea Life
True Cost of Coal Competitive With Wind, Solar – Harvard Report
Southern Animals Invade, Threaten Warming Arctic Fauna
British Government to Up Home Energy Efficiency

Week of February 21, 2011

DOE To Invest Over $50 Million to Fast-Track Offshore Wind Farms
US Sued to Protect Corals Endangered from Climate Change
Climate Change Undermining Transport in Alaska
To Succeed With Renewable Energy, Policy Matters
Climate Change Pushing Many Species Towards Extinction

Week of February 14, 2011

Tracking Himalayan Global Warming by Cell Phone
Storing Carbon by Restoring an Ice Age Siberian Ecosystem
Palm Oil Farms Threaten Carbon Storage in Malaysia
Greenland Breaks Ice Melting Record
States Use RPS To Compete for Clean Energy Business

Week of February 7, 2011

Climate Change and More Drying Out Texas
With Record Warm 2010, States Tackle Greenhouse Gas Emissions
LED Lights to Slash Greenhouse Gases Worldwide
Gulf Stream Warmest in 2,000 Years
Climate Change Cutting Crop Production in India

Week of January 31, 2011

South Korea Invests Stimulus In Green Growth
Climate Change Policy Expert Charts Green Industrial Revolution
Ancient History May Preview Our Future
Obama Talks Energy, Not Climate
Iceland Capitalizes On Its Clean Energy

Week of January 24, 2011

Affordable LED Light Bulbs by 2012
US Engineer Developing Solar Road Prototype
Climate Change Could Up Food Prices Substantially by 2020
With New US Congress, New Clean Energy Strategies
Nobel, Climate Scientists Urge Actions to Prevent 29 F degree Rise by 2100

Week of January 17, 2011

US Solar Company Moves to China
If You Go Green, So Will Others - Study
Global Population Speak Out Month Pushes Sustainability
Rising Sea Levels Already Affect Americans
Climate Change Affected Roman Empire, Medieval Europe

Week of January 10, 2011

Australian Floods, Climatic Cycles, and Global Warming
Previous Ozone Laws Prevented More Global Warming
Unexpectedly More Siberian Methane Entering Atmosphere
Solar Energy Brings 1,000 New Jobs to South Carolina
EU Will Get 20% of Its Energy From Renewables by 2020

Week of January 3, 2011

The Big Push - an Affordable, Fast Strategy to Switch to Clean Energy
China, Longstanding US and Foreign Firms - 2010 Green Giant Players
A New Way to Make Fuel from Sunlight - Cerium Reactor
US Selects 24 Public Land Sites for Large-Scale Solar Plants
Indonesia Starts Preserving Ecosystems to Cut Climate Change
All About Bees with Graham Pyle, a KBUT show

Week of December 27, 2010

About 350,000 Die Annually From Climate Change, Especially the Poor
As Forests Die from Climate Change, So Do Wildlife - Yellowstone Park
California Law Growing Green Jobs
Wheat Threatened By Climate Change
Global Rural Poor Improving With Solar Panels

Week of December 20, 2010

CA Clean Air Laws Also Cut Global Warming
The Face of Global Warming - New NASA Maps Show Heating World
2010 Weather Looks Like Climate Change
China Wind Power Outcompeting US
Subarctic Wildfires Up Risk of Runaway Climate Change

Week of December 13, 2010

Fostered by Climate Change, Invasive Species Harm Humans, Resources
Northern Europe Unites Behind a Wind Power Electric Grid
Oceans Acidifying Faster Than Anytime in Past 65 Million Years
Prime Solar Sites Are in US, Mexico
New Google Online Technology Tracks Environmental Changes

Week of December 6, 2010

US TV Weathercasters See Climate Change Evidence in Local Weather
Clean Energy Sector Burgeoning in Midwest, and US
Climate Change, Overpopulation Leading to Massive Starvation by 2050
In 2010, Greenhouse Gases Rise, and So Do Climate Change Effects
Concentrated Solar Energy Competitive with Normal Sources Soon - Report

Week of November 29, 2010

Climate Change Is Damaging US Grain Belt, Warns Farmer
Climate Change Being Fueled by Human Overpopulation - Report
Global Thermostat Is Rising, Threatening Human Survival
Climate Change Bringing World Close to Food Crisis
Siberian Methane Emissions Worry Scientists

Week of November 22, 2010

Rare Warmth Sends African Pink Pelicans to Siberia
Hotter Heat Waves More Lethal - Study
Under Climate Change, Heavier Rain and Hotter Times for India
Overlooked Temperate Forests Store Carbon and Need Quick Protection
Let the Sun Shine In - And Generate Power

Week of November 15, 2010

Ice Melting and Seas Rising Much Faster
Rising Sea Levels Threaten Coastal New York by 2080 - Report
Food Industry Sues US to Prevent Ethanol From Raising Food Prices
Global Warming Might Increase Toxic Pollution
Global Warming May Mean Less Wind Power

Week of November 8, 2010

Climate Change Threatens $1 Billion Bering Sea Fishery
Gulf Coast Could Lose $350 Billion by 2030 from Climate Change, Subsidence
Tidal and Wave Power Riding Wave of Technological Advances
Climate Change Is and Will Continue to Wallop the US Southwest - Report
Solar Lighting in Poor Nations Saves Lives, Reduces Global Warming

Week of November 1, 2010

Climate Change and Invasive Species Are Deadly Duo - Report
Record Drought Further Stresses Amazon Rainforests
La Nina Could Cool Planet But Worsen US droughts - NOAA
Rooftop Solar Electric Systems Grow Popular in Virginia
2010 Hurricane Season Above Average, As Predicted

Week of October 25, 2010

Wines At Risk from Climate Change
3.7 Million Jobs Through Clean Transport Investment
Extreme Droughts Predicted Over Much of Earth By 2040
As Arctic Warms, Expect Bigger US Blizzards
Green Jobs, Clean Energy Gains, At Risk From Future Republican Governors

Week of October 18, 2010

Solar Market Booming in US
Clean Energy Message Wins Party Primary
Google Invests Big Time in Wind Energy
Business Says Clean Air Good for Business
Curbing Population Growth Curbs Climate Change - Report

Week of October 11, 2010

With Climate Change, Dengue Fever Spreads
Glacier National Park Melting, Melting
Climate Change Brings Hot, Unhealthy Nights
Climate Change Might Be Speeding Up the Global Water Cycle
Climate Change in 2010 Disastrous for Coral Reefs

Week of October 3, 2010

Buy a More Efficient NEW Car - Maybe Not!
GE Builds Wind Turbines In Clean-Energy-Friendly China
Big Cuts in Greenhouse Gases from Passive Houses
Exploitation and Climate Change Wiping Out Important Ecosystem
Climate Change Hits Migratory Birds Hard

Week of September 27, 2010

Lack of U.S. Climate Policy Hinders International Climate Treaty
U.S. Senate Might Pass An Important Clean Energy Market Incentive
Student Solar Project Helps Power School
Nations Give Clean Stoves to Reduce Greenhouse Gas Emissions
Climate Change Is Pushing 17 Arctic Species Closer to Extinction

Week of September 20, 2010

Slumping US Clean Energy Sector Needs a Renewable Electricity Standard
All Republican Senate Candidates Will Oppose Climate Legislation
Switching to Clean Energy Saves Everyone LOTS of Money - Report
Military Leads the Way Towards Energy Independence in the US
China Makes Money By Cutting Emissions

Week of September 13, 2010

Oceanic Bacterial Carbon Pump Discovered
Irrigation Masks Full Effect of Global Warming
China Outcompeting US in Race for Clean Energy Market
Most Business Executives Investing in Energy Efficiency
Colorado Wildfire Illustrates Link to Climate Change

Week of September 7, 2010

ADDRESSING CLIMATE CHANGE - In Clean Energy We Trust - an OpEd piece

Week of September 6, 2010

Energy Storage Law To Boost Jobs and Business in California
Local Groups Greening Poor Communities with Jobs, Retrofits
New Energy-Efficient Fix For Small Engines
Feeling Heat, Burger King Drops Destructive Palm Oil Producer
Planned Commercial Solar Installation Already Paying Off

Week of August 30, 2010

Climate Change Allows Beetles to Slowly Destroy Canadian Forests
Climate Change Predicted to Create Giant Undersea Dead Zones Globally
Australian Bread Bowl Drying Up Under Climate Change
Climate Change Could Increase Mexican Migration to the US
No Climate Bill Means Indiana Lost Out Over 100,000 Jobs

Week of August 23, 2010

Pakistani Floods Result from Climate Change, Say Scientists
Warming In Next Decade Could Raise Sea Levels 23 Feet Ultimately
Japan to Stimulate Economy by Subsidizing Energy Efficient Plants
Australia Can Power Itself with Wave Energy
Hotter Seawater, Linked to Climate Change, Is Main Culprit in Coral Die-off

Week of August 16, 2010

Summer 2010 Fits Climate Change, As US Republicans Do Nothing
No US Climate Bill Stops Clean Energy Investment
Russian Heat Wave Ups Global Food Prices and Climate Change
Heat Wave Forces Russia to Admit Climate Change
Central Uploads, Not Email Attachments, Cut Greenhouse Gases

Week of August 9, 2010

Sooty Greenland Ice Sheet Melting Faster
Florida Invests Stimulus Funds into Energy Efficient Companies
Arctic Meltwaters Will Not Store Much Carbon
NOAA State of Climate Report - Global Warming Undeniable
New Solar Break-through - Solar Could Be As Cheap As Oil

Week of August 2, 2010

Record Continental Heat Wave across Eurasia
Heat Wave Releases Permafrost Methane, Fueling More Climate Change
Climate Change Reducing Phytoplankton, the Base of the Ocean Food Chain
Greenhouse Gas Methane Increasing Faster Than Expected from Ocean
Radio Website Monitors Events Related to Climate Change

Week of July 26, 2010

Long-Term Underground Coal Fires Contribute to Global Warming
The US Can Reduce Greenhouse Gas Emissions Quickly without Congress
China Will Trade Carbon Credits Domestically
US Forest Service Addresses Climate Change with Blueprint
Unusual Heat Wave Destroys Russian Crops

Week of July 19, 2010

Climate Change Constrains China, Host of Extra Climate Talks
European Union Bans Illegal Timber to Protect Forests
Huge Amazonian Tree Loss from Storms to Worsen under Climate Change
Climate Change to Damage Polar and Tropical Species Most
In US and Europe, Most New Electricity in 2009 Was Green

Week of July 12, 2010

Hot Today, But Hotter Tomorrow - Reports
Natural Gas Is Costly Bridge to Clean Energy - Report
Western Climate Group Can Cut Carbon and Save - Report
India, Bangladesh Switch to CFLs for Big Cuts in Greenhouse Gases
Extreme Asian Weather Decreases Food Production

Week of July 5, 2010

Arctic Ice Cap Continues to Shrink
Oregon Pays Solar Customers For Extra Energy
India - Coal Tax to Raise $0.5 Billion for Clean Energy
Butterflies, Harbingers of Climate Change
Much of Malaysia is Eroding Under Climate Change

Week of June 28, 2010

Artificial Glaciers Temporarily Supply Himalayan Water
Climate Change in New England - Oaks, Hemlocks Die
Lobsters Declining Under Climate Change South of Cape Cod
Australia Could Run on Clean Energy by 2020 - Report
Europe to Get Saharan Solar Power by 2015

Week of June 21, 2010

Major US Home Builder Offers Solar Equipment Rental
Most Americans Worry About Global Warming, Favor Clean Energy
US to Gain from Solar Rental of Public Lands
A US City Reinvents Itself as a Solar Energy Innovator
Ecuador Gains By Preserving Carbon-Storing Rainforest

Week of June 14, 2010

As Himalayan Glaciers Melt, 60 Million Will Go Hungry By 2050
Climate Change Is Helping Disease Spread North
Business Leaders Urge Obama to Up Clean Energy Investment
Climate Change Already Causing Major Shifts in Vegetation
Weak Targets on Cutting Greenhouse Gases Imperil Earth

Week of June 7, 2010

States Start to PACE Towards Clean Energy
Communities Cooperate To Go Solar Across US
China Will Punish Industries That Fail to Cut Emissions
Floating Ice Melts Away, Speeding Climate Change
Indonesia Stops Clearing New Forests

Week of May 30, 2010

Maryland Taxes Carbon For Clean Energy Jobs
Asian Bank Banks On Solar
California Helps Poor Go Solar
Senator Questions Climate Bill As Climate Change Ravages His State
As Nations Up Forest Preservation Funds, US Farmers See Benefit

Week of May 24, 2010

Solar Energy As Cheap As Coal by 2025 - IEA Report
LED Lights Set to Capture the Market - Report
Japan Oil Companies Take the Solar Plunge
Global Warming No Help To Plants After All
Exploding Caterpillars Catapult Allergies

Week of May 18, 2010

COMMUNICATING CLIMATE CHANGE - TIPS, a paper, not podcast

Week of May 17, 2010

Norway Can Slow Warming By Cutting Soot
Spectacular Ice Loss Captured on Film
EPA Finalizes Greenhouse Gas Emissions Rules
Reptiles Retreating Under Global Warming
Energy Efficiency Codes Create Savings for Homeowners

Week of May 10, 2010

India - Global Warming Reducing Grain Production
Geo-engineering Solutions - Short-term, Inadequate, Difficult
New Deepsea Current - Monitors Climate Change
Arctic Warming Sign - Rain in March
German Weatherman - Cold Winter, But Climate Change Continues

Week of May 3, 2010

Aerial Archives Shows Arctic Change From Climate
Climate Change Finishing Off Frogs
Offshore Wind Farm Approval Blows New Life into US Wind Energy
Climate Variability Hampers Natural Carbon Storage
Congress - Boost Clean Energy Tech Exports

Week of April 26, 2010

Biofuels - Too Watery!
Carbon Offsets Ease Guilt, Not Global Warming
In US, Earlier Springs Bring Invaders
China, SE Asia Can Stabilize Greenhouse Gas Levels by 2025 - World Bank
New US Fed Report - Global Warming Real, Manmade, Serious

Week of April 19, 2010

Costly Allergies to Increase with Climate Change
Europe Needs to Go Carbon-Free Fast - Report
Honda Eyes Chinese Market with Electric Scooter
Going Oil-Free, Town by Town
Climate Change May Be Affecting Gray Whales

Week of April 12, 2010

Future US Postal Service - Making Money By Storing Clean Energy
US East Coast Wind Network Could Supply Power Reliably
Fiercer Northeast Rainstorms Fulfill Global Warming Predictions
Colorado Leads the Way in Coming Clean
German Film Shows How to Solve Climate Change

Week of April 5, 2010

Loss of Carbon Storage Systems Slows, But Not Enough
Public Loses When TV Weathermen Doubt Global Warming
African Solution to Climate Change - Grow Veggies, Not Grains
New Rules Up Fuel Efficiency, Spur New Autos
Natural Gas No Cleaner Than Coal Or Oil

Week of March 29, 2010

Climate Change DOES Threaten Amazon, Scientists Re-affirm
China Leaps Ahead of US in Clean Energy Race
More Super Hurricanes Predicted
Soils Adding More Greenhouse Gases
Sea Levels Rising Much FASTER Than Predicted

Week of March 22, 2010

Climate Change Threatens Migratory Birds
How Deep-Sea Volcanoes Affect Climate Change
Scotland Surfs Toward Clean Energy
Climate Change Is Knocking Nature Off Balance
Souring Seas Threaten the Oceanic Food Chain

Week of March 15, 2010

Cutting Warming with a Cleaner Stove
Climate Change in a Clam Shell
The Third Pole
Europe - Fat Cats Profit by Doing Nothing under Cap and Trade
Earth Is Losing Life From Climate Change and Us

Week of March 8, 2010

Popular Scientist Climate Skeptic Not So Credible
Oceans Becoming More Acidic Faster, Endangering Sea Life
Fast Rising Levels of a Potent Greenhouse Gas Worry Scientists
Cheapest Way to Cut Emissions - Preserve Forests
Under Climate Change, Both Sea and Sky Melt Greenland Ice

Week of March 1, 2010

UN - Pledges Will Not Halt Devastating Climate Change
Coral Reefs Will Dissolve By 2100
Antarctic Ice Shelves Disappearing
Prominent Climate Deniers Wrong on Past Problems, Too
Bloom Box Will Revolutionize Energy Production

Week of February 22, 2010

New Study - Nuclear Power Is Too Dirty and Costly
Biofuels - Another Story Too Good to Be True
New USDA Policy Proposes Burning Forests As Biomass
Swampy Trees Can Be Giant Methane Chimneys
Major African Lake Is Drying Up

Week of February 15, 2010

Water, Water, Everywhere - and Nowhere, with Climate Change
Hunters and Anglers See Change, Angle for Action
BP Shareholders Voice Concern Over Oil Sands Investment
Australian Drought Likely Due to Climate Change
Lobbyists Try to Block EPA Action on Climate Change

Week of February 8, 2010

The Water Vapor Behind Global Warming
Costly Coal Boosts Clean Energy, Efficiency
Green Jobs Need a New Grid, and Mandate
Pets and Climate Change - Careful Care and Choice
Biofuels - Bad for Rainforests and More

Week of February 1, 2010

Energy Efficiency Stars in 2010 - and Lowers Taxes!
Ending Climate Change Impossible With Endless Economic Growth
Glaciers Continue to Melt at Record Rates Globally
Storing Solar and Wind Energy - in Flywheels!
Trees Might Starve Under Climate Change

Week of January 25, 2010

Global Warming Affects Vegetation through Nitrogen
Indonesia Report Urges Conserving Peatlands
Europe Sails Ahead of the US with Wind
Climate Change Accelerates Tree Die Offs
Voluntary Purchase of Renewable Energy Increasing

Week of January 18, 2010

Most Wildlife Cannot Outrun Climate Change
Arctic Tundra Disappearing as Far North Warms
Burning Biomass Will Decimate Michigan Forests
Polar Bears Are Declining and Becoming Cannibals
Taking the Train to a Greener Future

Week of January 11, 2010

Unusual Winters - Weather Vs. Climate Change
Green Jobs Grow in An Old Factory
Britain Leaps Ahead of US in Investing in Wind Energy
Business Roundtable: Urges Greenhouse Gas Reductions
Jumbo Squid Invades North Pacific, Threatens Fish Stocks

Week of January 4, 2010

Earth Will Get Much Hotter Than Thought
Use the Sun to Store Wind Energy
Capture Methane to Cheaply Cool Earth Fast
China Leaps Ahead of US in Renewable Energy Policy
Climate Change Could Cause 400,000 Deaths From War by 2030

Week of December 28, 2009

As Sea Levels Rise, Nations Will Disappear
Western Skiing May Disappear With Climate Change
Great Lakes Not So Great With Climate Change
New House Generates Energy For Grid
The Face of Famine From Climate Change By 2050

Week of December 21, 2009

The Perfect Storm of Toxics and Climate Change
Palm Oil Contributes to Global Warming
Expanding Cities Could Add to Warming
Acid Oceans Disrupt Sea Life
Denmark, Israel Test National Model for Electric Cars

Week of December 14, 2009

Coal Burning Dangerous to Human Health
Nurturing Technology Will Solve Climate Change
Tar Sands Worsen Climate Change with Dirty Oil
Lack of Calcium in Arctic Imperils Sea Life
Australia, a Likely Face of Climate Change

Week of December 7, 2009

Fish Flee North or Deeper From Climate Change
Climate Change Violence in Africa
Methane Menace Increasing
Much More Carbon Could Warm Earth
Urgent Action Needed to Stop 6 Foot Rise in Sea Levels

Week of November 30, 2009

Earth Will Warm More Than Once Thought
Oceans Absorbing Less Carbon Dioxide
UN - Address Climate Change With Free Condoms
Aussie Climate Extremes Back Experts Warnings
Fish Can't Smell Predators in Acid Oceans

Week of November 23, 2009

Sustainable Pathway to 2030, 1
Sustainable Pathway to 2030, 2
Sustainable Pathway to 2030, 3
Flawed Cap and Trade Plan
Greenland Ice Loss Up 50 Percent

Week of November 16, 2009

Miocene Warming & Sea Levels, & Climate Change Today
African Climate Refugees
Short Lived Greenhouse Gases Must Be Regulated
Assessing Biofuels Properly
Melting Ice Sheets