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7/31/2006 Global Warming is Real News

The bottom line on global warming – San Francisco Chronicle
31 Jul 2006 at 7:20am

Albany Times UnionThe bottom line on global warming
San Francisco Chronicle,  USA – 1 hour ago
meet with a group of CEOs at the Port of Long Beach today to discuss climate change and energy, there will be no argument that global warming is real.
White House Plans to Skip Wall Street Journal
AP: Britain, Calif Unite on Global Warming Washington Post
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Scientist publishes 'escape route' from global warming – Independent
30 Jul 2006 at 6:20pm

Scientist publishes 'escape route' from global warming
Independent, UK – 14 hours ago
scientific essay to be published in the August issue of the journal Climate Change, he says that an "escape route" is needed if global warming begins to run

Environment witnesses a climate of change – Penticton Western
30 Jul 2006 at 11:01am

Environment witnesses a climate of change
Penticton Western, Canada – 21 hours ago
detailing what British Prime Minister Tony Blair called the ?world?s greatest environmental challenge? ? global warming or climate change, as Michael
Better get used to the heat Toronto Sun
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Nigeria: Bakassi – Implementing an Unsatisfactory Agreement (AllAfrica.com)
26 Jul 2006 at 10:41am
Diplomacy is essentially about engineering a negotiated agreement by addressing the interests of the parties in a dispute with tact and subtlety. It is not about docility or meekness but the deployment of the language fairness in mediating sensitive issues.

The Inconvenient Truth about An Inconvenient Truth (Scoop.co.nz)
25 Jul 2006 at 7:20pm
Sorry Al and Laurie. The perhaps inconvenient truth is that An Inconvenient Truth is perhaps convenient and not the truth. Science suggests the movie not based on science and it does not reflect reality. It?s a trace out of focus. Here?s why:

Voice of the Reader (Southern Illinoisan)
20 Jul 2006 at 7:06am
You won’t see it printed in the paper, but the so-called compromise Cheney-Specter Bill that was supposed to stop the illegal eavesdropping done by Bush is only a further compromise of our freedoms. The bill OKs Bush’s illegal spying and authorizes even broader spying on us all.

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