THE NEW FORTY Gender and climate change...
Some days I wonder if I am alone if my oddity. I seem to be humored by some things that I don't think others even give a passing thought. This would explain why I often crack myself up only to see ... Posted on 4/10/13 at 10:43 PM
MINNESOTA STATE UNIVERSITY MOORHEAD The Global Warming Stew
Chop up science, add religion, simmer in politics
Minnesota State University Moorheads Department of Anthropology and Earth Science professor, Russ Colson, will give a lecture on global warming Tuesd... Posted on 3/5/13 at 9:37 AM
@CONCORDIA Thorleifsson Shares Adventurous Spirit
Norwegian adventurer Thorleif Thorleifsson says his passion for exploring the Arctic is to be an eyewitness to "a world that is passing away, and that is the Arctic."
Thorleifsson is a Norwegian Nava... Posted on 10/10/12 at 1:41 PM
NEW PLATEAUS Problem-solvers vs. Doomsdayers
It seems that everywhere you look the end is near. The scientist tells us of imminent environmental catastrophe; economists say we're headed for financial disaster; the politician claims a nightmare a... Posted on 6/22/12 at 11:11 AM
If we are to believe Gary Larson in his letter of Jan. 4, the slightly more than average amount of snowfall received so far this season is in fact evidence of “global climate change,” the new term for global warming.
News services and the German Weather Service report that German capital Berlin has experienced more snow this month than any other December of the past 110 years, as more bitter cold is expected in the country’s east.
Philip Gray has accused me of spreading lies about our warming planet (Dec. 29 commentary in The Forum), then jumps to the conclusion that my letter is a reason to mistrust all professors (letter, Jan. 4). Rubbish.
COPENHAGEN – Two years of laborious negotiations on a climate agreement ended Friday with a political deal brokered by President Barack Obama with China and other emerging powers but denounced by poor countries because it was nonbinding and set no overall target for curbing greenhouse gas emissions.
Arthur Max, Associated Press Writer
, December 19, 2009
North Dakota officials want Congress in charge of regulating carbon dioxide
BISMARCK – Republican Gov. John Hoeven and Rep. Earl Pomeroy, D-N.D., are promising to fight Environmental Protection Agency regulation of carbon dioxide emissions, although an environmental group welcomes the idea.
Dale Wetzel, Associated Press Writer
, December 10, 2009
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