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Tourism of doom - travel to imperiled places 30.12.2007 SFGate: Top Stories
Dennis and Stacie Woods, a married couple from Seattle, choose their vacation destinations based on what they fear is fated to destruction. This month it was a camping and kayaking trip around the Galapagos Islands. Last year, it was a stay at a remote lodge... ...
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Learning to Love Climate ‘Adaptation’ 22.12.2007 Newsweek Top Stories
It's too late to stop global warming. Now we have to figure out how to survive it.
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Steger looks for youth leadership in climate change fight 21.12.2007 Post-Bulletin: Local News
Will Steger is fit and trim at 63, planning his latest grueling expedition to the far reaches of the planet, and loathe to take a vacation
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Steger Heading Back To The Arctic 21.12.2007 WCCO: Local News
Will Steger is fit and trim at 63, planning his latest grueling expedition to the far reaches of the planet, and loathe to take a vacation. But he's getting ready to turn things over to the youngsters.
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Dot Earth Blog: Dot Earth: Antarctic Honeymoon, With Iceberg 18.12.2007 NYT: Home Page
An Antarctic honeymoon, an iceberg, and questions about climate change.
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Glacier's Melting Threatens Chinese Village's Future 18.12.2007 NPR: Morning Edition
The Mingyong glacier is melting as temperatures rise on the Tibetan plateau, an area scientists say is warming almost twice as fast as the rest of China. Climate shifts are changing the lives of the villagers there and threatening their futures.
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Arctic Meltdown 18.12.2007 Newsweek Top Stories
The ice cap is thinning at a scary rate. What can be done?
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Worries About Water as Chinese Glacier Retreats 17.12.2007 NPR: Morning Edition
The Mingyong glacier, China's lowest, is retreating at a rate that astonishes scientists. The glacier helps feed rivers that deliver water to hundreds of millions of people -- and no one knows what will happen as it continues to melt.
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Worries About Water as Chinese Glacier Retreats 17.12.2007 NPR News
The Mingyong glacier, China's lowest, is retreating at a rate that astonishes scientists. The glacier helps feed rivers that deliver water to hundreds of millions of people -- and no one knows what will happen as it continues to melt.
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Glaciers in west China shrinking 15.12.2007 Hindustan Times: Latest
Glaciers in China's high-altitude western areas have shrunk seven to 18 per cent over the past five years, according to a new survey.
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Rainforest protection plan takes shape 15.12.2007 IHT: Health/Science
Governments at the UN meeting on climate change were close to agreement Friday on a system that would compensate developing countries for protecting their rain forests, a plan that environmentalists described as an innovative effort to mitigate global warming.
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NASA Images Show Arctic Ice Melting At Fast Rate 13.12.2007 WCCO: National

New satellite images from NASA reveal that Arctic sea ice is melting faster than originally thought, which is raising new concerns about the impact of global warming.  

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Beyond the Point of No ReturnIt’s too late to stop climate change — so what do we do now? 12.12.2007 Common Dreams: Views
As the pace of global warming kicks into overdrive, the hollow optimism of climate activists, along with the desperate responses of some of the world’s most prominent climate scientists, is preventing us from focusing on the survival requirements of the human enterprise. The environmental establishment continues to peddle the notion that [...]
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Dot Earth: The ‘One Blue Sky Above Us’ 10.12.2007 NY Times: Science
Pete Seeger has for many decades been writing and performing songs exploring what one community or generation owes another.
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‘Climate Change’ or ‘Global Warming’? 10.12.2007 Common Dreams: Headlines
WASHINGTON — As Congress considers legislation to reduce greenhouse-gas emissions and slow global warming, delegates from around the world are in Bali, Indonesia, attending a United Nations conference on climate change. They’re all choosing their words very carefully. The phrases “climate change” and “global warming” carry very different - and often loaded - meanings, depending on who’s [...]
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Resorts prepare for a future without skis 6.12.2007 International Herald Tribune: Front Page
By installing more snowmaking guns and transforming their resorts with colossal spas, sleek architecture and other off-slope attractions, ski resorts in the Alps are trying to stay ahead of global warming.
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Climate change in Alps may not be all bad 6.12.2007 CNN: Top Stories
Read full story for latest details.
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In Iceland, Unintended Witnesses to Climate Change 4.12.2007 NPR: Morning Edition
For more than 30 years, a group of doctors and their friends and family have made a long, bone-jarring and wet trip to a glacier in the center of Iceland. The tradition is part camping adventure, part scientific expedition, and increasingly bittersweet.
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Steger To Lead Youth Expedition In Canadian Arctic 4.12.2007 WCCO: Local News
Explorer Will Steger says he'll be leading a team of young explorers on an expedition to the Canadian Arctic early next year.
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On thinning ice 28.11.2007 Guardian: Environment

Mountains and glaciers are the barometers of our planet's climate. Stephen Venables, who has been climbing them for decades, says it is clear they are changing faster than ever, with huge implications for billions of lives

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