Bill McKibben for TomDispatch: Across the world, people are seeing and believing the evidence of manmade global warming. Only the media don't get it (Across the world, people are seeing and believing the evidence of manmade global warming.
Global warming in Europe this century will mostly affect Scandinavia and the Mediterranean basin, the European Environment Agency warned on Thursday. (European climate change to hit Scandinavia and south hardest - Yahoo!
Australia's Bureau of Meteorology said all seven of the climate models it monitors indicate conditions are likely to approach or exceed the El Nino threshold in the second half of 2012 (Climate models indicate El Nino return
Dinosaurs' gassy guts may have contributed to global warming tens of millions of years ago, according to a new study that finds a group of plant-eating dinosaurs could have produced about as much methane as all of today's natural and man-made...
Leo Hickman: US thinktank launches poster campaign comparing Unabomber and Osama Bin Laden to those concerned about global warming (US thinktank launches poster campaign comparing Unabomber & Osama Bin Laden to those concerned about global warming...
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