Global Warming Staff’s Archive

Harvard: Global Warming May Spur Public Health Risks

Harvard researchers say increased global warming may bring a spate of public health risks.   Paul Epstein, associate director of Harvard's Center for Health and the Global Environment, and leaders of other …

"Generation E": Reporting Campus Sustainability Leadership For The Next Generation

National Wildlife Federation has released its new study, Generation E: Students Leading for a Sustainable, Clean Energy Future, which highlights the unique and critical role college students play in reforming sustainability …

Highlight of the Week: Arctic Sea Ice Slow to Recover, Near Record November Low

Seasonal Arctic sea-ice recovery has been slower than many hoped this fall, erasing modest gains achieved during the relatively cool summer.  Daily observations of sea-ice extent this November are currently below the levels for …

Economic Message of the Week: Study: Billions for Farmers in Energy Bill

Climate and energy legislation, passed recently by the Senate Environment and Public Works Committee and now up for broader deliberation, could benefit most major American crops and generate up to $13 billion …

Global Warming Skews Record Temperature Distribution

According to a new study to be published in Geophysical Research Letters, global warming is distorting the ratio of record high temperatures to record low temperatures in the continental United States.  Record high …

Generation E Report: Students Striving For A Clean Energy Future

National Wildlife Federation released its new report, Generation E: Students Leading for a Sustainable, Clean Energy Future, today.     The report highlights 165 campus examples in 45 states, covering …

Former Virginia Sen. John Warner Honored For Conservation Leadership

The National Wildlife Federation has honored former Sen. John Warner of Virginia with the National Conservation Achievement Award for his extraordinary environmental leadership in the political and nonprofit sectors, naming him "Conservationist …

Report: Greenland Ice Loss Hastens Sea Rise

A new study shows that ice loss in Greenland is speeding up global sea level rise, a phenomenon that weather conditions have masked in recent years.   The report finds that Greenland's …

Highlight of the Week: Public Behind Them, Lawmakers Continue Legislative Momentum

Members of the Senate Environment and Public Works Committee began marking up their version of comprehensive climate and energy legislation, buoyed by a CNN poll showing that 60 percent of Americans support efforts to …

Economic Message of the Week: Obama Announces Billions in Smart Grid Investments

President Obama announced the largest energy grid update investment in history, establishing funding for technologies that will drive the American clean energy economy. The grant awards, part of the American Reinvestment and Recovery …

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