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8/9/2006 Global Warming is Real News

Carbon dioxide-eating enzyme could fight global warming – Mongabay.com
9 Aug 2006 at 11:32am

The UCLA Daily BruinCarbon dioxide-eating enzyme could fight global warming
Mongabay.com – 6 hours ago
dioxide levels in the atmosphere and mitigate the effects of global warming. and the oceans? sequestration capacity could be affected by climate change.
Enzymes feasting on C02 will combat global warming Inquirer
Global warming 'a human problem' USA Today
Let?s be sure of our science regarding global warming Asheville Citizen-Times
Angus Reid Global Scan – Planet Jackson Hole – all 10 related

Time to put climate change on the national agenda – San Francisco Chronicle
9 Aug 2006 at 7:15am

Time to put climate change on the national agenda
San Francisco Chronicle,  USA – 11 hours ago
It's time to put globalclimate change at the top of the national agenda. There are three big steps that are imperative to addressing global warming.
Global warming concerns mount Contra Costa Times
Scientists Say Melting Permafrost Could Amplify Global Warming Men's News Daily
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* Will the world's polluters pay for climate change? – Taipei Times
8 Aug 2006 at 10:59pm

Contactmusic.com* Will the world's polluters pay for climate change?
Taipei Times, Taiwan – 19 hours ago
compelling case that our carbon dioxide emissions are causing global warming, or, at the energy that leads to the emissions that cause climate change, while it
Global Warming Is in Our Hands (4 Letters) New York Times
An Inconvenient Truth Contactmusic.com
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Climate Change Threatens Pollination Timing (PhysOrg)
9 Aug 2006 at 12:18pm
In addition to the more obvious effects of climate change, such as rising sea levels and increasing storm activity, there is the potential to dramatically alter ecological communities. Dr. David Inouye, director of University of Maryland`s graduate program in Sustainable Development and Conservation Biology, reports that global warming could disrupt the timing of pollination in alpine

Climate Change Threatens Pollination Timing (Newswise)
8 Aug 2006 at 4:19pm
One of the most insidious impacts of global warming will be changes in the timing of ecological events which can disrupt natural communities. At a special session on this subject at the ESA annual meeting, University of Maryland’s Dr. David Inouye presents three decades of data suggesting climate change impacts on pollination ecology in mountain environments.

A global warning (Mortgage Introducer)
4 Aug 2006 at 6:57pm
If you were a fly on the wall at a strategy meeting of any of the UK?s insurance giants, one topic you are bound to hear on the agenda is climate change, and more specifically global warming.

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