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Scientists Cautious About Ocean Iron Fertilizationnew

As companies position themselves to profit from the practice of dumping iron in the sea to boost the production of phytoplankton, some of the scientists who conducted the first experiments are sounding a cautionary note.
Monterey County Weekly  |  Kera Abraham  |  04-17-2008  |  Environment

SOS: Save Our Snownew

As powder melts and ice disappears, winter athletes start to fight global warming.
Colorado Springs Independent  |  Brita Belli  |  02-12-2008  |  Environment

Survival of the Nearestnew

Bill McKibben's eloquent moral authority touches a nerve and gets people thinking about the environment.
Seven Days  |  Kirk Kardashian  |  04-06-2007  |  Nonfiction

Willful Ignorance

Our brains are too big to bury in the sand over global warming.
The Inlander  |  Ted S. McGregor Jr.  |  04-13-2006  |  Commentary

It's Getting Hot in Herenew

Climate scientist Raymond Bradley's work on global warming is not controversial among scientists, but a Republican Congressman thinks it is.
Valley Advocate  |  Andrew Varnon  |  10-06-2005  |  Environment

Bye-bye Outer Banksnew

A movement to address climate change is building across North Carolina, but it faces opposition from powerful corporate interests. Meanwhile, our coast is disappearing.
INDY Week  |  Sue Sturgis  |  05-16-2005  |  Environment

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