NCAR: Polar ice melt could stabalize

Sept. 11, 2011

Denver Post (August 2011) Polar ice, although still headed for a melt down, may temporarily stabilie or maybe even expand over the next few decades even as the climate continues to warm, Boulder scientists said today.

nuclear plant

Fighting climate change by not focusing on climate change

Aug. 26, 2011

Time (August 2011) Climate Change advocates haven't had much to celebrate recently, but New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg's announcement last week that he was giving $50 million to the Sierra Club's Beyond Coal campaign marked a real win.

The Guangzhou Steel mill in Guangzhou, China

China fears consumer impact on global warming

July 4, 2010

New York Times (2010) Guangzhou, China - Premier Wen Jiabao has promised to use an "iron hand" this summer to make his nation more energy efficient. The central government has ordered cities to close inefficient factories by September, like the vast Guangzhou steel mill here, where most of the 6,000 workers will be laid off or pushed into early retirement.