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6/23/2006 – Global Warming is Real News

Climate Change: Adverse Impact On Flora And Fauna – Gorkhapatra22 Jun 2006 at 1:48amGorkhapatraClimate Change: Adverse Impact On Flora And FaunaGorkhapatra, Nepal Jun 21, 2006 The polar bears (Ursus maritimus) are headed to become one of the most notable casualties of global warming. Climate change is having its adverse impact on the

Gore: US in denial on world warming – Guardian Unlimited 22 Jun 2006 at 4:32am BBC NewsGore: US in denial on world warming Guardian Unlimited, UK – 21 hours ago along with Environment Secretary David Miliband, will discuss action to tackle global warming. States, sets out the case for action on climate change based on Brown meets Gore over climate change Guardian Unlimited Gore talks climate change with top British officials KRON 4 Miliband welcomes Gore’s endorsement ePolitix Guardian Unlimited – Bradford Telegraph – all 77 related Report backs global warming claims – Boston Globe 22 Jun 2006 at 12:01pm SI.comReport backs global warming claims Boston Globe, United States – 14 hours ago in the atmosphere are helping drive global warming… in terms of the greenhouse warming debate,” Wallace extrapolate past temperature and climate data indirectly Global warming is real, scientists warn Newark Star Ledger US scientists back manmade warming claim Guardian Unlimited Report: Global Warming Is Real Discovery Channel New York Times – Houston Chronicle – all 386 related

Planetary meltdown (The State News)22 Jun 2006 at 8:46pmHigher temperatures. Disappearing ice caps. Rising ocean levels. Diseases spread worldwide via invasive species. These are the images and implications used to market the documentary, “An Inconvenient Truth,” the poster for which warns, “By far the most terrifying movie you will ever see.”Council vows to cut global warming (ic CheshireOnline)14 Jun 2006 at 6:51am

ECO-FRIENDLY council leaders chose World Environment Day to sign up to charters aimed at cutting global warming. Climate change is now scientifically accepted as a consequence of the impact humanity is having on the Earth’s atmosphere. =?iso-8859-1?q?remarks_by_president_george_w=2e_bush=2c_austrian_chancell?= … 21 Jun 2006 at 11:34am CHANCELLOR SCH�SSEL: So, ladies and gentlemen, let me first start by saying that this was — is the 15th journey of the President of the United States, George Bush, to Europe.

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