Thursday, September 30, 2004

Article: Models may underestimate climate swings�| New Scientist

The New York Times > International > Europe > Russian Government Backs U.N. Accord on Global Warming

Monday, September 27, 2004

Guardian Unlimited | Special reports | Highest icefields will not last 100 years, study finds: "China's glacier research warns of deserts and floods due to warming"

First class to the moon

Sunday, September 26, 2004

NewsTrolls: "(Bush comes from a family tradition of fascist war profiteers.) How Bush's grandfather helped Hitler's rise to power The petition to The Hague states: 'From April 1944 on, ,,,"

Gigantic mushroom stuns Swiss scientists. 27/09/2004. ABC News Online: "he mushroom, which covers a whopping 35 hectares in a Swiss national park near the eastern town of Ofenpass is thought to be more than 1,000 years old, forestry experts say."

CNEWS - Weird News: Mysterious locked box on Arctic tundra reveals more mystery - a child's grave: "CP) - An enigmatic wooden chest, discovered on the central Arctic tundra alongside several old graves and the rubble of long-ago campsites, has yielded up its sad secret to northe"

Planet Ark : California Curbs Cruise Ship Pollution Near Shore: "SAN FRANCISCO - Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger signed legislation last week that would ban cruise ships from incinerating trash or dumping used shower and sink water within three miles of the California coast."

:: Xinhuanet - English ::: "Burp vaccine to reduce greenhouse gas emissions 2004-09-27 09:47:05Beijing, Sept. 27 (Xinhuanet) -- A new vaccine has been developed to reduce the methane em"

The New York Times > Opinion > Climate Change: "Re 'Automakers Attack Proposal to Address Global Warming' (Business Day, Sept. 23):"

Saturday, September 25, 2004

Freecycling groups spurn the landfill and spawn goodwill | By Michelle Nijhuis | Grist Magazine | Main Dish | 17 May 2004

BBC NEWS | Science/Nature | Ice collapse speeds up glaciers: "he impact of climate change on the Antarctic Peninsula is evident in new satellite data, US researchers say." - Tundra test stuns scientists: "Carbon dioxide could be dumped into atmosphereRaises spectre of accelerated global warming"

The New York Times > Business > World Business > China Sets Its First Fuel-Economy Rules

Schwarzenegger approves conservancy, signs 20 other enviro bills

Michael : Press: "Michael Moore Launches 60-City Swing State Tour College and NBA Arenas in 20 Battleground States to Feature Live, On Stage, Oscar-winning FilmmakerHe Plans to Rally Non-voters"

Nunatsiaq News: "Terrorism, climate change seen as Arctic security threatsEarly warning system suggested to alert residents about changing climate"

NRDC Press Archive: California Adopts Nation's First-Ever Global Warming Standard for Cars

Friday, September 24, 2004

Asteroid Close Encounter Coming Wednesday news: "Galway institute to research climate change 2004-09-24 15:00:07 01An new institute to monitor global warming and climate change is due to be opened at the NUI in Galway today"

National Post: "Green Day wants to get 'American Idiot' out of office using new punk opera"

Thursday, September 23, 2004

Antarctic Glaciers Melting Faster - Study

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Scientists Discover New Marine Habitat In Alaska

news @�-�Glaciers are flowing faster breaking science news headlines

News from Christian Aid: Flood death toll in Haiti a direct result of deforestation and poverty

Global dimming? Global warming? What's with the globe, anyway? | By Kip Keen | Grist Magazine | Main Dish | 22 Sep 2004: "Global dimming? Global warming? What's with the globe, anyway?"

Wednesday, September 22, 2004

Anchorage Daily News | Expert tells what we can do on global warming

CBC North | News: "Climate-change clash pits ICC v. America WebPosted Sep 20 2004 07:48 AM MDTIQALUIT - The Inuit Circumpolar Conference says it's in a 'David and Goliath' fight with the United States"

Tallahassee Democrat | 09/21/2004 | Ignoring the signs of global warming

TechCentral: Story: "Global warning on global warming"

The Cornell Daily Sun - Kyoto Now! Fights Global Climate Change, Pollution

Top News Article | "U.S. Wants Personal Data on Airline Passengers" : Canadian Geologists Make Key Dinosaur Discovery

580 CFRA - News Talk Radio: "Cat Stevens Denied Entry into US"

580 CFRA - News Talk Radio: "The Queen Is Coming To Canada Bob Perreault Tuesday, September 21, 2004 Canada will welcome the Queen and Prince Phillip back to Canada in 2005.It will be the queen's 22nd visit to o"

Tuesday, September 21, 2004

The Province: "Vancouver mayor says he wants Ottawa's permission for safe inhalation site"

Study Reveals Why Eyes In Some Paintings Seem To Follow Viewers

Article: Google omits controversial news stories in China�| New Scientist

Science Blog - 'Fossil genes' reveal how life sheds form and function: "'Many people think evolution is always happening in a forward direction,'' that new features are just tacked on, says Sean B. Carroll, a professor of molecular biology at the Howa" News - Latest News - Climate Change 'The Real Weapon of Mass Destruction'

Global Warming May Spawn More Super-Storms

Contaminated GM crops found at nine Thai farms

IssuesJournal - M$ Windows XP: Professional Bugging Device? | 09/21/2004 | Biotech grass breeds with conventional relatives miles away

The Australian: Get used to it: climate change is here [September 20, 2004]

KWSnet Weblog: "Iraqi Scientists to Wage War on Pollution"

Sunday, September 19, 2004

CDNN Scuba News - Artificial Reefs - USS Oriskany Shipwreck Could Ruin Undersea Ecosystem

940 News: "Thomson paintings well-received in Russia; landscapes strike northern chord"

Saturday, September 18, 2004

New Page 1: "Tree Decay: An expanded concept"

National Post: "Alta's newest wind power project goes on line to deliver electricity"

NewsTrolls: "America is India's worst enemy... and is 'running two undercover operations - Joshua I and Joshua II - aimed at converting country's entire population into Christians.'"

Infoshop News - Lost nuclear bomb possibly found

AxisofLogic/ Science/Nature: "9/11 pollution 'could cause more deaths than attack'"

Global Warming in North America

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MUSIC-Clean-Air-Concert, 1st Writethru: "Canadian rockers Bachman and Young play clean air benefit in Duncan, B.C."

Earth awaits very close encounter with asteroid - Science -

Article: China's changing farms damaging soil and water�| New Scientist

Asia-Pacific: "China pollution mars Hong Kong's 'fragrant harbor'"

Friday, September 17, 2004

rabble newsWeather politics: climate change and class
The bought “scientists” who specialize in denying global warming should no longer be debated as if they were making serious, objective assertions.

NDOL: Idea of the Week: A Preemptive Strike on Climate Change

Secret Deal Greases Skids For Drilling In Alaska Refuge

The New York Times > Business > World Business > In China, Farmers' Labor Bears Too Much Fruit

Science & Technology at Scientific Workweek Causes Climate Fluctuations

Thursday, September 16, 2004

Missoulian: UM prof chosen to write climate change report

New Scientist | Environment Report | Climate Change - Web Resources

Japan Today - News - Global warming projected to cause more rain, flooding in Japan - Japan's Leading International News Network

: "U.S. trying to ice report on global warming, Senate told"

Daily Notebook�:�16-09-2004: "Aircraft emissions
Motions for resolutions - International Civil Aviation Organisation (ICAO) "

Wednesday, September 15, 2004

Guardian Unlimited | The Guardian | Melting ice: the threat to London's future: "re is more carbon dioxide in the atmosphere than for 55m years, enough to melt all the ice on the planet and submerge cities like London, New York and New Orleans, Sir David King, the government's chief scientific adviser has warned."

CBC News: Tax collectors across Canada walk off job: "OTTAWA - Federal tax collectors from across the country walked off the job Wednesday, setting up picket lines in at least 55 cities.

More strikes are planned for Thursday.

More than 25,000 federal tax workers began rotating strikes last week after the Canada Revenue Agency and representatives of the Public Service Alliance of Canada were unable to reach a deal."

Bangkok's Independent Newspaper: "Thai mushroom may revive rainforests"


Reuters AlertNet - Global warming may spur fiercer hurricanes-experts

Wired News: Pentagon Revives Memory Project: "It's been seven months since the Pentagon pulled the plug on LifeLog, its controversial project to archive almost everything about a person. But now, the Defense Department seems ready to revive large portions of the program under a new name."

Guardian Unlimited | US elections 2004 | Don't mess with the Bushes
"S:] What do you think W will do if he loses in November? Will he happily go back to baseball?
[KK:] No. You know something that I have found out from this family after four years - he doesn't plan to lose. They know how to win - no matter what.
[S:] What does that mean?
[KK:] That means these people can put the Sopranos to shame.
[S:] Does that mean vote stealing?
[KK:] That's a bit overt. But nothing will stand in the way of these people winning. Nothing. You start out looking at the Bush family like it's The Donna Reed Show and then you see it's The Sopranos."

My Way News'Study: Starvation Caused Moose DeclineThere's a lot of other things going on besides predators ... habitat, changing weather, lags in vegetation response, poor willow growth, disease ... and we're losing (moose) habitat not only in quantity, but in quality too," he said. - Air controllers report chaos, near misses in West - Sep 15, 2004

The Island Word - Vancouver Islands community newspaper: Jean du Gal -- "I'm getting nervous. I'm hearing too much that's negative, scary and freaky. I see anxiety creasing the foreheads of friends, having no luck in finding jobs; they worry for their future. People are looking for work, but just because they are employable, doesn't mean they can find a job. These are fifty-somethings competing with fresh and cute twenty-somethings; younger people have better luck. Is this a surprise? "

Canadians declare beer a health food

IHT: As an NHL lockout looms, Canada cooly outduels Finland, 3-2

Nat'l Academies Press, Critical Issues in Weather Modification Research (2003), Table of Contents

Abrubt Climate Change: "Triggers of Abrubt Climate Change
Abrupt climate change can occur when the Earth system gets pushed across a threshold ..."

Expert Cited by CBS Says He Didn't Authenticate Papers (

The New York Times > Science > As Weather Shifts, Beaches May Pay a Heavy Price

Yahoo! News - U.N. Agency to Study Environment in Iraq

International� 7300 CXT;: "POSSIBLY TOO MUCH TRUCK. LIKE THAT�S A PROBLEM." - CP National News: "Another international hockey title for Canada leads to partying in country

Click to zoom Canadian hockey fans drive down Toronto's Yonge Street celebrating Team Canada's 3-2 World Cup of Hockey victory over Finland. (CP /J.P. Moczulski)
TORONTO (CP) - Canada is once again on top of the hockey world and it didn't take long for the celebrations to start."

Article: 9/11 search dogs unscathed by dust�| New Scientist

Cannabis may have cancer busting properties

Reuters AlertNet - Air pollution hits record levels in Hong Kong

New Zealand News - World - Blair to urge US to take tougher action on global warming

Tuesday, September 14, 2004

Planet Ark : Iraqi Scientists to Wage War on Pollution

Planet Ark : Iraqi Scientists to Wage War on Pollution

: "Group offers $50,000 for proof of Bush service"

Wardriving: you can look, but don't touch News - Sci-Tech - Middle East conflict killing the holy water | New Great Lakes threats put millions at risk: report: "New antibiotic-resistant pathogens, airborne mercury and urban sprawl are threatening the health of the Great Lakes and millions of people who live around the bodies of fresh water, a report to the Canadian and U.S. governments concludes."

In West, Old Mines Haunted by Pollution

Chad Pregracke, barge dweller and cleaner of rivers, answers questions | Grist Magazine | InterActivist | 13 Sep 2004

Politics News Article | "Blair Fears Climate Change Disaster, Challenges US"

: "Election 2004 _ Kyoto, global warming split candidates
Scripps Howard News Service
September 14, 2004"

ic Berkshire - Blair in climate change warning

Nunatsiaq NewsArctic warming 5-10 times faster than once thought

Stopping climate change will be “like trying to put brakes on a supertanker”

Monday, September 13, 2004

Penguin Decline Due to Global Warming? - News - Study Looks At Global Warming Effects On California

News: "Howard says PM is failing over global warming"

The Fact of Global Warming: "The Union of Concerned Scientists plans to release a study Monday explaining the ways global warming is changing California. "

Bobby Fischer calls jailing 'kidnapping'

Sunday, September 12, 2004

Guardian Unlimited | Special reports | Colin Powell in four-letter neo-con 'crazies' row:"A furious row has broken out over claims in a new book by BBC broadcaster James Naughtie that US Secretary of State Colin Powell described neo-conservatives in the Bush administration as 'fucking crazies' during the build-up to war in Iraq."

ZNet |Foreign Policy | The Hidden History of CIA Torture:

Saturday, September 11, 2004

The Asian Age - News Worldwide: "Millions Will Die in Extreme Climate Change: Scientist "

News: "9/11 pollution 'could cause more deaths than attack'"
Up to 400,000 New Yorkers breathed in the most toxic polluting cloud ever recorded after the twin towers were brought down three years ago, but no proper effort has been made to find out how their health has been affected, according to an official report.

CNEWS - Canada: Canada's coastal cities worst sewage polluters, says report card

Universe Today - Tracking Rainfall, Just By its Gravity

Friday, September 10, 2004 | Society Environment | Blair and Howard pledge action on climate change

Article: Cannabis truly helps multiple sclerosis sufferers�| New Scientist�-�Ice core reveals gentle start to last ice age: "Traces of ancient life found beneath Greenland's ice sheet." "Smog mask shortage hits Indonesia's Sumatra as residents choke from haze "

Toxic waste from pesticides is ticking time bomb for poor countries, UN warns

CBC News: Air pollution linked to lung problems in children: study

Planet Ark : Air Pollution Retards Teen Lung Growth - Study: "BOSTON - In the first long-term study of air pollution's effects on children, researchers reported this week that contaminated air stunts lung development in teenagers ...'

B.U. Bridge: Boston University community's weekly newspaper: "In flowers, BU botanists see global warming"

Reuters | Latest Financial News / Full News Coverage: "Global Warming Thaws Arctic, Divides Governments"

Solanco Sun Ledger: "Solanco resident Claudia Kirk believes the organic farmers who will be among those exhibiting and competing at the upcoming 2004 Solanco Fair may not realize it, but they are play"

Thursday, September 09, 2004

Newswise — Growing scientific evidence is confirming that the world’s climate is radically changing and that human activity is now contributing to global warming, according to a report released today by The Conference Board.

GlobalEcho - Alternative Media: "The slaughter of Iraq's intellectuals (Is the CIA responsible?)
Since the occupation began, some 200 leading Iraqi academics, most of them in the humanities and social sciences, have been killed."

The NarcoSphere || "Super Coca!" A New Pretext for Drug War Funding

Wednesday, September 08, 2004

CBS News | New Questions On Bush Guard Duty | September 9, 2004�00:02:35 - More fierce hurricanes may loom on horizon - Sep 5, 2004�-�North Pole once enjoyed Mediterranean climate

ENN News Story - EarthTalk: Do airplanes contribute significantly to air pollution?

Tuesday, September 07, 2004

Article: Pollution triggers bizarre behaviour in animals�| New Scientist

Reuters AlertNet - FEATURE-Dark future for white animals in Arctic

The New York Times > International > Americas > Pangnirtung Journal: Eskimos Fret as Climate Shifts and Wildlife Changes

North Pole had sub-tropical seas because of global warming

Monday, September 06, 2004

Guardian Unlimited | Special reports | The planet goes haywire: "Fires and floods, heatwaves and hurricanes - it's been a year of extreme weather. And there's more on the way as global warming kicks in, warns John Vidal"

Wednesday, September 01, 2004

People's Daily Online -- Second phase of Ling'ao nuclear power plant starts construction

Mt. Everest height declining due to global warming: Survey :

edie news centre - Full impact of global warming masked by air pollution

ThisisLondon: "Nature feels force of climate change "

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