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Sir Edmund Hillary, 88, first on Everest 11.1.2008 International Herald Tribune: Front Page
Sir Edmund Hillary was the mountaineer who, with Tenzing Norgay, his Sherpa guide, was the first to scale the summit of Mount Everest.
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The High Cost of Doing Nothing 10.1.2008 Tompaine.com
Make no mistake: The costs of switching to clean energy and an energy-efficient economy are far less than the costs of doing nothing.
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Human activity blamed for decline of coral reefs 9.1.2008 Guardian: Science
Caribbean coral reefs have suffered significant damage from over-fishing and run-off from agricultural land, according to a study of 322 sites across 13 countries
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Humans blamed for coral decline 9.1.2008 The Guardian -- Front Page
Science & environment: Over-fishing and run-off from agricultural land has caused damage to reefs, says new study
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Human activity blamed for decline of coral reefs 9.1.2008 Guardian: Environment
Caribbean coral reefs have suffered significant damage from over-fishing and run-off from agricultural land, according to a study of 322 sites across 13 countries
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Human activity blamed for decline of coral reefs 9.1.2008 The Guardian -- World Latest
Caribbean coral reefs have suffered significant damage from over-fishing and run-off from agricultural land, says study
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California Delta at Risk 9.1.2008 NPR: Day To Day
The Sacramento San Joaquin Delta is the hub for California's complicated water-supply system. But failing levees combined with the effects of climate change are putting the future of the delta's water supply at risk.
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50 people who could save the planet 5.1.2008 Guardian: Environment
Stranded polar bears, melting glaciers, dried-out rivers and flooding on a horrific scale - these were the iconic images of 2007. So who is most able to stop this destruction to our world? A Guardian panel, taking nominations from key environmental figures, met to compile a list of our ultimate green heroes
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Groups Seek to Stop Relicensing of Nuclear Plants 4.1.2008 Common Dreams: Headlines
HOUSTON - A coalition of East Coast environmental and anti-nuclear groups filed a petition with U.S. regulators on Thursday to suspend all pending relicensing efforts by nuclear reactors in the United States. A coalition called Stop the Relicensing of Oyster Creek joined with Riverkeeper to petition the Nuclear Regulatory Commission to suspend the license renewal process [...]
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Up for auction: The Weather Channel. 4.1.2008 International Herald Tribune: Business
NBC, News Corp. and Comcast are said to be interested in bidding for the Weather Channel, one of the last privately owned U.S. cable channels.
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Weather Channel attracting suitors 3.1.2008 Houston Chronicle: Business
The Weather Channel, one of the last privately owned cable channels, is being put up for sale and could fetch more than $5 billion, according to people briefed on the auction.

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TierneyLab: TierneyLab: Do Good Weather Omens Exist? 2.1.2008 NYT: Home Page
On New Year's Day, let us contemplate signs of future weather. In my Findings column, I argue that "availability entrepreneurs" have been exploiting short-term weather in order to awaken the public to what could be a real long-term danger, global warming. Hurricanes, blizzards, floods, droughts, exceptionally hot years — all these have been linked to [...].
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Global warming -- from cars to hurricanes 1.1.2008 Minnesota Public Radio: News
2007 was the year that climate change became an urgent social and political issue. Midmorning revisits two conversations about how society and our environment are responding to global warming.
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Global warming -- from cars to hurricanes 1.1.2008 Minnesota Public Radio: Business
2007 was the year that climate change became an urgent social and political issue. Midmorning revisits two conversations about how society and our environment are responding to global warming.
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Global warming -- from cars to hurricanes 1.1.2008 Minnesota Public Radio: Science
2007 was the year that climate change became an urgent social and political issue. Midmorning revisits two conversations about how society and our environment are responding to global warming.
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In 2008, a 100 Percent Chance of Alarm 1.1.2008 NY Times: Science
Thanks to availability entrepreneurs, misinterpreting the weather is getting easier and easier.
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2007 a Year of Weather Records in US 30.12.2007 Truthout.com
Seth Borenstein of The Associated Press says, "When the calendar turned to 2007, the heat went on and the weather just got weirder. January was the warmest first month on record worldwide - 1.53 degrees above normal. It was the first time since record-keeping began in 1880 that the globe's average temperature has been so far above the norm for any month of the year."
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Experts verify 2007 has been a year of weather extremes: 263 record temps broken in U.S. 29.12.2007 Star Tribune: Science & Technology
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2007 a Year of Weather Records in US 29.12.2007 Common Dreams: Headlines
WASHINGTON - When the calendar turned to 2007, the heat went on and the weather just got weirder. January was the warmest first month on record worldwide - 1.53 degrees above normal. It was the first time since record-keeping began in 1880 that the globe’s average temperature has been so far above the norm for [...]
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2007 a Year of Weather Records in U.S. 29.12.2007 AP Top News
WASHINGTON (AP) -- When the calendar turned to 2007, the heat went on and the weather just got weirder....
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