Wed, 2006-08-16 11:07Richard Littlemore
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Harvard Prof Touts Sea-floor CO2 Sequestration

Siphoning liquified CO2 to the bottom of the ocean may work, according to this Scientific American article, but Greenpeace argues it would be cheaper for people to start addressing climate change by conserving energy and looking to renewable alternatives.
Wed, 2006-08-16 10:59Richard Littlemore
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"Ethical" Investors Cash in on Climate Change

Apparently, there is money to be made in saving the world. In its first year, the KLD Global Climate 100 Index outperformed the market by nearly five per centage points (up 22.2 versus 17.5 from July 2005 to 2006).
Wed, 2006-08-16 10:11Richard Littlemore
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Royal Society Answers the Climate Change Skeptics, Point for Point

Here, from the distinguished Royal Society, is an exhaustive, point-by-point response to the 12 most commonly used arguments that deny climate change.

And here are five essays by Royal Society members who are addressing everything from questions of controversy (the difficulties of extracting the effects of man-made climate change from naturally occuring fluctuations) to upleasant certainties (the earth will continue to warm even when we control emissions).

Tue, 2006-08-15 17:55Kevin Grandia
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Water power the future?

Check out this video. 100 mile car trip uses only 4 ounces of water. Can't wait to the industry-backed PR spin for this one: “If we use water for our cars, oceans will be depleted and fish will die!”


Tue, 2006-08-15 10:54Ross Gelbspan
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Three Degrees of Separation -- From Almost Everything

A 3-degree increase in the average global temperature is virtually inevitable, according to Sir David King, Tony Blair's science adviser. Three degrees may not sound like much – until you see what the latest research from Bristol University – and published by the US National Academy of Sciences –  indicates.

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