November, 2007

150 Global Firms Seek Mandatory Cuts in Greenhouse Gas Emissions

A sizable fraction of the international business community launched an effort to press for mandatory cuts in greenhouse gas emissions on the eve of a major round of climate negotiations … Read more

Warming to Cause Flock Shock

According to the Daily Green, “there are more birders than Baptists.” With one in six Americans assumed to be a bird lover, birds have got a serious fan club. Like … Read more

New Australian Prime Minister Signals Climate Policy Changes

Australia has a new prime minister, Kevin Rudd, and he is making global warming a top priority. Rudd has pledged new leadership from Australia in the fight against global warming; … Read more

No Need for Blues, Here’s Some Green News

Oil Spill…Hair Today, Gone Tomorrow: With the Cosco Busan Oil spill to clean up, the San Francisco Bay volunteers have been using a not-so-technical solution. In fact, the clean up … Read more

Taking The Heat

Our very own Patty Glick was featured in the Sunday Seattle Times for her work on the Gardener’s Guide to Global Warming. A glimpse into the article: "Patty Glick may … Read more

Change of Climate

You can tell when the politicians are getting serious about an issue: they stop taking cheap shots at one another and suddenly become pragmatic. Amazingly, that’s happening right now on … Read more

Trees giving bizarre clues to climate change

Suspended 20 stories in the air, Ken Bible of the University of Washington is able to take measurements showing old forests continue to grow and act as a sink for … Read more

IPCC Preparing to Release Synthesis Report

On Saturday the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change will release Climate Change 2007 – the IPCC Fourth Assessment Report.  This important synthesis report will summarize the science, impacts, and solutions … Read more

Ten Midwestern Leaders Sign Greenhouse Gas Reduction Accord

Nine midwestern governors and the Premiere of Manitoba signed a pact Thursday to reduce greenhouse gases and start a regional carbon cap and trade program. The governors pledged to push … Read more

November frogs sound a warning

Wildlife biologist Eric Orf, a NWF consultant, was published in the Concord Monitor on global warming and its impacts on wildlife in the state of New Hampshire. Read his powerful … Read more

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