Sunday, June 3, 2007

More Articles On Global Warming and Climate Change

Here is a collection of valuable articles on global warming and climate change.


Global Warming & Climate Change
The Greenhousers Strike Back, and Strike Out
Alexander Cockburn More contrarian thinking on climate change.
June 11, 2007 issue
New Energy for America
Robert L. Borosage & Katrina vanden Heuvel Under Bush, the right has failed to address energy independence. Can Democrats rise to the challenge?
June 4, 2007 issue
Who Are the Merchants of Fear?
Alexander Cockburn A contrarian view on climate change.
May 28, 2007 issue
Is Global Warming a Sin?
Alexander Cockburn Is global warming an unprecedented disaster, or just the earth recovering from the ice age?
May 14, 2007 issue
Going Green
We can no longer prevent global warming, but we can survive it--if we have the collective will to act.
May 7, 2007 issue
Fevered Imagination
Lawrence Weschler Artists try to wake up a sleepwalking public to the dangers of climate change.
May 7, 2007 issue
Don't Bet on Offsets
A. C. Thompson & Duane Moles Erasing your "carbon footprint" is tougher than it seems.
May 7, 2007 issue
Flying Into Trouble
George Monbiot Airplanes produce staggering amounts of carbon dioxide--and there's no way to make them more energy-efficient.
May 7, 2007 issue
The Dirty Rock
Jeff Goodell Could clean coal become a reality, or is it just another corporate fantasy?
May 7, 2007 issue
China vs. Earth
Elizabeth Economy The world's most industrialized countries started the climate crisis, but China might well finish the job.
May 7, 2007 issue
Farewell, Sweet Ice
Matthew Gilbert Melting ice is threatening the centuries-old society of the Gwich'in tribes.
May 7, 2007 issue
Adapt or Die
Mark Hertsgaard Areas like Bangladesh and New Orleans, which promise to be hard hit by climate change, face a stark decision.
May 7, 2007 issue
Cooler Elites
Doug Henwood Can the ruling classes save the world from global warming?
May 7, 2007 issue
Big Is Beautiful
Christian Parenti Green utilities are growing, but they need to grow faster.
May 7, 2007 issue
Why We Can't Wait
James Hansen If Congress follows these five suggestions, we could solve the problem of global warming.
May 7, 2007 issue
The Ethanol Hoax
Nicholas von Hoffman Corn is the magic cure of the moment, which Bush and the global-warming naysayers contend will save the planet. Don't buy it.
April 23, 2007 (web)
Al Gore, Global Statesman
Nicholas von Hoffman America has lacked a real leader for so long, it comes as a shock to see someone as visionary as Gore speak clearly to Congress about the climate crisis.
April 9, 2007 (web)
Green Politicians, Real and Fake
Nicholas von Hoffman Some political leaders spin fantasies about how to deal with global warming. Others, like Al Gore and London Mayor Ken Livingston, are prepared to deal with the ugly truth. Who do you believe?
March 12, 2007 (web)
The Daffodil Delusion: Sensationalizing Global Warming
Michael Corcoran Media frenzy to the contrary, a warm winter doesn't point to the end of the world--scientific evidence does.
February 26, 2007 (web)
Killer Weather Ahead
Mark Hertsgaard The good news on the latest global warming report: Political leaders can no longer ignore it. The bad news: It's probably too late.
February 26, 2007 issue
CA Leads on Climate
Mark Hertsgaard California's global warming initiative shows how far ahead the state is compared with the federal government. But it also reveals how America lags behind the rest of the world.
October 2, 2006 issue
The G-8's Risky Nuclear Embrace
Mark Hertsgaard As leaders of the world's richest nations gather in St. Petersburg to craft a global energy security strategy, they're poised to endorse a major expansion of nuclear power. Bad idea.
July 31, 2006 (web)
Party of a Different Color
Mark Hertsgaard "Vote Blue, Go Green" is the new slogan of Britain's Conservative Party, a measure of just how great a concern climate change is becoming to politicians of all stripes.
July 10, 2006 issue
Heat Wave
Peter Canby As the planet warms and global catastrophe beckons, what changes are we willing to make to adjust to a brave new world? Tim Flannery and Elizabeth Kolbert seek answers in two provocative new books.
June 26, 2006 (web)
Gore Warms Up
David Corn Al Gore is trying to save the world by stirring a nation in denial over global warming to meaningful action. The pity is that this is a job for a former politician, not a current one.
June 12, 2006 issue
Science Fact or Science Fiction?
Bryan Farrell Climate change is real, and its impact is potentially devastating to our way of life. So why do the news media have such a hard time telling the straight story?
April 10, 2006 (web)
Political Science
Bryan Farrell NASA climatologist James E. Hansen won't let political pressure from the Bush Administration blunt the urgency of his research on global warming: It's not too late to mitigate the damage.
February 27, 2006 (web)
Titans of Trash
Heather Rogers Gas-guzzling SUVs take a lot of blame, but landfills make stealthy stealthy contributions to climate change. While they should be developing innovative waste disposal strategies, corporate-owned landfills use techniques that generate heat-trapping methane that accelerate global warming.
December 19, 2005 issue
Melting Away
Mike Davis Geophysicists are debating whether recent catastrophic storms signal an abrupt climate change that will trigger seasons of permanent icelessness in the Atlantic and return the earth to the torrid chaos of an earlier era.
October 24, 2005 (web)
Global Storm Warning
Mark Hertsgaard Scientists universally recognize the devastating effects of global warming, including its possible role in creating Hurricanes Katrina and Rita. It's time for skeptics to listen up before another devastating storm hits.
October 17, 2005 issue
Climate and the G-8
Mark Hertsgaard Though the G-8 leaders should subsidize zero-carbon energy sources, they should resist Bush's advocacy of nuclear energy.
July 18, 2005 issue
A Challenge to Enviros
Mark Hertsgaard
January 3, 2005 issue
Climate, the Absent Issue
Mark Hertsgaard
November 1, 2004 issue
Boiling Point
Ross Gelbspan Nature doesn't compromise on global climate change; activists must not either.
August 16, 2004 issue
A New Ice Age?
Mark Hertsgaard
March 1, 2004 issue
A Light in the Fog
Alec Appelbaum Seattle is curbing greenhouse gases through more efficient power consumption.
July 14, 2003 issue
California Green Light
Mark Hertsgaard
August 19, 2002 issue
The Truth on Warming
Mark Hertsgaard A Green energy future would mean more, not less, economic well-being for most Americans.
July 8, 2002 issue
Department of Earth Security
Calvin Trillin
July 1, 2002 issue
Cool It, World
Ross Gelbspan
January 22, 2001 issue
Corporate Greenhouse
Mark Hertsgaard
July 26, 1999 issue
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