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... potentially a greater hazard than the atmospheric buildup of carbon dioxide. Throughout the novel and in the afterword, Crichton also disparages other widely held fears. Fossil-fuel shortage? Not to worry, ...
Thursday, 06 January 2005
... to curb industrial carbon dioxide emissions, a source close to the matter said late on Wednesday. Britain changed its plan, which had already been approved by the European Union executive, in October ...
Thursday, 06 January 2005
... measures to reduce greenhouse-gas emissions. The plan even goes as far as to acknowledge increases in greenhouse gas emissions from an “expanding hydrocarbon sector.”“British Columbians ...
Tuesday, 21 December 2004
Ticking Time Bomb

(International/Justice News)
... than 20 times as strong a greenhouse gas as carbon dioxide.   Now here's the scary part. A temperature increase of merely a few degrees would cause these gases to volatilize and "burp" into the ...
Monday, 20 December 2004
Bugs ravage North American forests

(International/Justice News)
... to more carbon dioxide in the atmosphere, producing further climate change.Chris Potter, an ecologist at the NASA Ames Research Center in Moffett Field, California, US, and colleagues analysed satellite ...
Saturday, 18 December 2004
EARTH TALK

(International/Justice News)
... effect" occurs naturally when heat from the sun enters our atmosphere but cannot escape because it is blocked by water vapor, carbon dioxide and other airborne elements, thereby causing a warming of the ...
Saturday, 18 December 2004
... in the surface layers) by the end of this century, making carbonate-secreting marine life increasingly more difficult (EOS, September) West Antarctic ice streams have begun to speed up, increasing sea ...
Friday, 17 December 2004
... oils and, curiously, petroleum hydrocarbons--not the sort of thing that ought to be in processed food waste. It also contained mercury at concentrations almost seven times higher than background levels. ...
Thursday, 16 December 2004
... that, if carbon pollution in Earth's atmosphere remained at today's levels, it would take place o­nly o­nce every 250 years. But: the heatwave will no longer be an anomaly just a few decades ...
Thursday, 02 December 2004
... proposed by the London-based think tank.The nef said SUVs, also called four-by-fours or four-wheel-drives, were "disproportionately responsible for emissions of climate-change fuelling CO2 (carbon dioxide), ...
Friday, 26 November 2004
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