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12 Global Warming News Articles from 2006-2004
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2-9-06 The two faces of arctic warming
The two faces of arctic warming
Thousands of Arctic lakes are disappearing as a result of global warming. The normally frozen soil, or permafrost, that makes the lake beds watertight is thawing, allowing the water to drain away.

10-8-05 Greenhouse emissions break Kyoto vows
Greenhouse emissions break Kyoto vows
The Kyoto protocol's hope of pegging greenhouse gas emissions back to 1990 levels by 2010 is looking less viable.

8-11-05 Climate warning as Siberia melts
Climate warning as Siberia melts
THE world's largest frozen peat bog is melting. An area stretching for a million square kilometres across the permafrost of western Siberia is turning into a mass of shallow lakes as the ground melts, according to Russian researchers just back from the region.

8-1-05 Future Power
Future Power
Where on Earth can our energy-hungry society turn to replace oil, coal, and natural gas?

7-2-05 Antarctica's gaining ice in some spots
Antarctica's gaining ice in some spots
Large portions of Antarctica's icy land mass may be storing enough snowfall to slow the rise in sea level suspected to be caused by global warming.

6-9-05 That sinking feeling
That sinking feeling
Siberia's vast forests absorb huge quantities of carbon from the atmosphere. But how much, and will they continue to do so in a warming world? Quirin Schiermeierspeaks to the carbon accountants.

6-4-05 Cities lead way to a greener planet
Cities lead way to a greener planet
While national governments quibble and drag their feet on global warming, one tier of government is forging ahead. City governments are growing tired of waiting for national action, and are grabbing the green initiative for themselves.

6-1-05 Cities lead the way to greener world
Cities lead the way to greener world
While national governments quibble and drag their feet on global warming, one tier of government is forging ahead. City governments are growing tired of waiting for national action, and are grabbing the green initiative for themselves

2-12-05 CLIMATE CHANGE: MENACE OR MYTH?
CLIMATE CHANGE: MENACE OR MYTH?
ON 16 FEBRUARY, the Kyoto protocol comes into force. Whether you see this as a triumph of international cooperation or a case of too little, too late, there is no doubt that it was only made possible by decades of dedicated work by climate scientists. Yet as these same researchers celebrate their most notable achievement, their work is being denigrated as never before.

12-25-04 Global meltdown as poles disintegrate
Global meltdown as poles disintegrate
When London is submerged and New York awash, we may look back on 2004 as the year when the water started rising. Observations collected from both North and South Poles show that the world's ice sheets and glaciers are disintegrating faster than anyone thought possible.

12-23-04 Climatologists get real over global warming
Climatologists get real over global warming
It seemed like another public relations setback for climate science. In State of Fear, the latest blockbuster from best-selling author Michael Crichton, in-depth discussion of climate change rubs shoulders with car chases and shoot-outs.

12-13-04 Coral reefs may grow with global warming
Coral reefs may grow with global warming
Rising levels of greenhouse gases may not be quite as bad for coral reefs as was previously thought. A team of Australian scientists say that the damage done by increasing amounts of carbon dioxide in the oceans will be offset by warmer waters, which will make coral grow faster. But other researchers counter that warming will do more harm than good.

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12 Global Warming News Articles from 2006-2004