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U.N. panel releases comprehensive research on global warming 18.11.2007 SFGate: Top Stories
If the nations of the world continue to pump tons of carbon dioxide into the atmosphere from smokestacks and tailpipes, the world will suffer catastrophic droughts and heat waves and rising seas that could kill millions of people, according to the most... ...
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U.N. Science Panel Sees Faster Warming of Earth 18.11.2007 NPR News
Scientists from a Nobel-winning panel on climate change have concluded that the planet is warming at an ever faster pace. The group released its stark findings at a conference in Spain.
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U.N. Science Panel Sees Faster Warming of Earth 18.11.2007 NPR: All Things Considered
Scientists from a Nobel-winning panel on climate change have concluded that the planet is warming at an ever faster pace. The group released its stark findings at a conference in Spain.
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U.N. panel releases comprehensive research on global warming 17.11.2007 SFGate: Top Stories
If the nations of the world continue to pump tons of carbon dioxide into the atmosphere from smokestacks and tailpipes, the world will suffer catastrophic droughts and heat waves and rising seas that could kill millions of people, according to the most... ...
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U.N. warming report warns of inaction 17.11.2007 MSNBC
Global warming is destroying species, raising sea levels and threatening millions of poor people, the United Nations ' top scientific panel will say today in a report that U.N. officials hope will help mobilize the world into taking tougher actions on climate change. ...
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At the tipping point 16.11.2007 International Herald Tribune: Front Page
Climate change respects no borders; solutions must be global.
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At the tipping point 16.11.2007 International Herald Tribune: Editorials
Climate change respects no borders; solutions must be global.
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Melting Alaska Spawns Climate Change Tourism 14.11.2007 Tompaine.com
http://www.csmonitor.com/2007/1114/p03s02-usgn.html
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UN panel to set new path on climate 12.11.2007 IHT: Health/Science
Delegations and scientists from about 145 nations meet Monday in Spain, and are expected to draft a report that could increase pressure on countries like the U.S. and China to make cuts in greenhouse gas emissions.
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UN panel to set new path on climate 12.11.2007 International Herald Tribune: Front Page
Delegations and scientists from about 145 nations meet Monday in Valencia, Spain, and are expected to draft a report that could increase pressure on countries like the United States and China to make binding cuts in greenhouse gas emissions.
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UN’s Ban Says Global Warming Is “An Emergency” 12.11.2007 Common Dreams: Headlines
EDUARDO FREI BASE, Antarctica  - With prehistoric Antarctic ice sheets melting beneath his feet, U.N. Secretary General Ban Ki-moon called for urgent political action to tackle global warming. The Antarctic Peninsula has warmed faster than anywhere else on Earth in the last 50 years, making the continent a fitting destination for Ban, who has made [...]
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UN chief makes Antarctica visit 10.11.2007 BBC: World
Ban Ki-moon becomes the first UN head to visit Antarctica, and sees for himself the impact of climate change.
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Will Steger: U.S. should take lead with regard to global warming 6.11.2007 Post-Bulletin: Local News
Polar explorer Will Steger crossed the Larsen Ice Shelf in Antarctica by dogsled just more than two decades ago
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Climate Wars Threaten BillionsMore Than 100 Countries face Political Chaos and Mass Migration in Global Warming Catastrophe 5.11.2007 Common Dreams: Headlines
A total of 46 nations and 2.7 billion people are now at high risk of being overwhelmed by armed conflict and war because of climate change. A further 56 countries face political destabilization, affecting another 1.2 billion individuals. This stark warning will be outlined by the peace group International Alert in a report, A Climate of [...]
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Climate wars threaten billions 4.11.2007 The Guardian -- Front Page
More than 100 countries face political chaos and mass migration in global warming catastrophe.
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Climate wars threaten billions 4.11.2007 Guardian: Science

More than 100 countries face political chaos and mass migration in global warming catastrophe.

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Climate wars threaten billions 4.11.2007 Guardian: Environment

More than 100 countries face political chaos and mass migration in global warming catastrophe.

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Climate wars threaten billions 4.11.2007 The Guardian -- World Latest
More than 100 countries face political chaos and mass migration in global warming catastrophe.
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Shrinking ice means Greenland is rising fast 2.11.2007 New Scientist: News
The country's landmass has become surprisingly buoyant – accelerating upwards as its ice cap reduces in size, say scientists
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Shrinking ice means Greenland is rising fast 2.11.2007 New Scientist: News
The country's landmass has become surprisingly buoyant – accelerating upwards as its ice cap reduces in size, say scientists
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