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Tim Wheeler Maryland environmental officials are staging a series of public meetings, beginning today, to get public input on the state's plan to reduce climate-altering pollution. The General Assembly passed in 2009 an O'Malley-sponsored bill
The west African state of Niger is the worst place in the world to be a mother, according to Save the Children. The charity releases an annual index comparing conditions for mothers in 165 countries around the world. It considers a number of factors
20 pm Associated Press Birds like the Gurney's pitta thrive in Myanmar's rain forests. Activists in Myanmar, a biodiversity hot spot where environmental rules are practically nonexistent, worry that the country's new openness could open the way for
Colo. (AP) — Aspen Ski Area hosted a ski race without snow Saturday to highlight the effect climate change has on the outdoor recreation industry. Auden Schendler, Aspen Skiing Company's vice president of sustainability, says "
Hundreds of people across New England are drawing attention to what they see as a link between extreme weather events and climate change. Dozens of rallies and demonstrations were held Saturday in Vermont, New Hampshire, Maine and Massachusetts as
Paul's Star Tribune Outlook for the Twin Cities and all of Minnesota: "We Need The Rain!" " The system of nature, of which man is a part, tends to be self-balancing, self-adjusting, self-cleansing...Just when you thought climate-denier tactics
Actor and Environmentalist, Leonardo DiCaprio , wants everyone to take a look at a great new documentary Last Call at the Oasis, which was released today. Posting on his facebook wall, the actor writes, Have you seen An Inconvenient Truth, Food, Inc.
Several major Chinese cities have some of the world's highest per capita carbon footprints, a World Bank report said on Thursday. Greenhouse gas emissions (measured in tons of carbon dioxide equivalent per capita) in Tianjin, Shanghai and Beijing far
Many have worked tirelessly to bring to world attention what's happening to our planet. The activity of 350.org , a "global grassroots movement working to solve the climate crisis," and many other people and organizations, are raising awareness of
Justin Gillis of the New York Times has written a long article that criticizes Dick Lindzen of MIT by quoting several scientists who disagree with him. But Mr. Gillis overlooks historical evidence that strongly supports Lindzen's position that the