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Trees could eventually crowd out flowers at Mount Rainier meadows 2.10.2008 Seattle Times: Top stories
Alpine meadows at Mount Rainier and throughout the West could slowly give way to forests as climate change takes hold
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High mountain meadows at Rainier melt away 2.10.2008 Seattle Times: Local
Nothing lures visitors to Paradise like the transitory displays of wildflowers that populate Mount Rainier's high mountain meadows. But summer sojourns could fade into memory and panoramic vistas vanish as alpine asters, rosy pussytoes and purple lupines are crowded out by trees.
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Sarah Palin v the polar bear: who will survive? 2.10.2008 Guardian: Environment
Tim Dowling on the season's most intriguing political battle
UK's Cameron says he's ready to lead 2.10.2008 Seattle Times: Nation & World
Conservative Party leader David Cameron pledged Wednesday to prove his ability to revive Britain's faltering economy - but warned he has no miracle cure.
Green Inc.: The Pitfalls of Cellulosic Ethanol 2.10.2008 NYT: Home Page
A policy note in Science magazine cautions against the potential pitfalls of cellulosic ethanol production...

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Presidential candidates Obama and McCain on issues from abortion to trade 2.10.2008 Star Tribune: Politics
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Experts warn species in peril from climate change 1.10.2008 Seattle Times: Nation & World
Climate change threatens to kill off up to a third of the planet's species by the end of the century if urgent action isn't taken to restore fragile ecosystems, protect endangered animals and manage growth, scientists warned Wednesday as a wildlife summit opened.
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McCain and Obama on the issues 1.10.2008 Seattle Times: Politics
A look at where Democrat Barack Obama and Republican John McCain stand on a selection of issues:
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Greenhouse gas law among 11th-hour bill signings 1.10.2008 SFGate: Top Stories
Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger, facing a midnight deadline to deal with 300 bills, signed legislation Tuesday aimed at helping the state fight global warming by better coordinating local planning efforts to curb suburban sprawl. The governor also signed bills to... ...
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Australians urged to eat kangaroo in order to reduce emissions 1.10.2008 BBC: Science
An Australian climate change adviser urges a switch from beef to kangaroo to help reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
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Computer simulations reveal three 'green Sahara' episodes over 120,000 years (Cached) 1.10.2008 New Kerala: World News
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Caroline Lucas: Regulation is the only option 1.10.2008 Guardian: Environment
Caroline Lucas: The Green party's new deal will make the financial market serve the state
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Microwave factory to act as carbon sink 1.10.2008 New Scientist: News
An industrial microwave plant opens in New Zealand to remove carbon dioxide from the atmosphere by turning organic waste into charcoal ...
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Eating kangaroos can help fight climate change! (Cached) 1.10.2008 New Kerala: World News
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Cap-and-trade rules 1.10.2008 LA Times: Opinion
A new program by California and other Western states to curb pollution will work -- if done right.

California and six other Western states are preparing to launch a dramatic campaign against global warming that will turn pollution into a commodity that can be bought and sold, and create a market for trading hot air. It's an idea that has been tested around the world and can be successful -- but only if it's done right. As the state unveils further details Friday about how the program will be structured, there are two principles that planners should keep at the top of their minds.
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Rosie Boycott: A lack of food security is London's achilles heel 1.10.2008 Guardian: Environment
Rosie Boycott: The capital imports 80% of its food and is vulnerable to shortages. But with political will, it has the potential to feed itself
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Pioneer fish could save coral reefs (Cached) 1.10.2008 New Kerala: World News
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Feds sued over wolverine status 1.10.2008 Denver Post: Local
Environmental groups claiming the government put politics over science in refusing to protect wolverines under the Endangered Species Act filed a lawsuit Tuesday seeking federal protection for the elusive member of the weasel family.
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Andrew Simms: 98 months, and counting 1.10.2008 The Guardian -- World Latest
Andrew Simms: Governments moved quickly to rescue our banks. Why does it take any longer to act to save the planet from runaway warming?
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Palin Gives Beliefs, Demurs on Policies 1.10.2008 Washington Post: Nation
Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin stood by her opposition to abortion even in cases of rape or incest and her skepticism that global warming is caused by human activity, but she stepped back from her past support for teaching creationism in the schools in last night's installment of her interviews with CBS's... ...
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