Monday May 01st 2006, 11:33 PMClimate change could force South Australia's iconic Goyder's Line to shift 100 kilometres south. [News Source]
Climate change may shift Goyder’s Line (ABC via Yahoo! Australia & NZ News)
Climate change denied by NZ scientists (NZCity)
Monday May 01st 2006, 10:06 PMClimate change and global warming are being laughed off by a group of New Zealand scientists. The Climate Science Coalition, whose members include meteorologist Augie Auer and Professor Bob Carter, is pouring scorn on claims the Earth is warming up. [News Source]
Climate change sceptics get organised (Stuff)
Monday May 01st 2006, 7:37 PMA new organisation set up to challenge "over-exaggerated" claims about the seriousness of global warming has been dismissed as minority sceptics. [News Source]
Plants’ role in global warming re-examined (UPI)
Monday May 01st 2006, 5:10 PMOAK RIDGE, Tenn., May 1 (UPI) -- U.S. scientists say estimates of higher plant respiration due to global warming may be overstated by not considering their ability to adjust to conditions. [News Source]
The ‘climate sensitivity’ (Deccan Herald)
Monday May 01st 2006, 4:40 PMEarth will experience significant climate change in the coming century as a result of greenhouse gas buildups, but the more extreme estimates of global warming generated by some studies are unlikely to occur, according to a newly published research. [News Source]
Climate change sceptics in the minority – Greens (Stuff)
Monday May 01st 2006, 1:07 PMA new organisation set up to challenge "over-exaggerated" claims about the seriousness of global warming has been dismissed as minority sceptics. [News Source]
CLIMATE CHANGE STUDENTS HELP CRYOSAT-2 ARCTIC CAMPAIGN (Earth Observatory)
Monday May 01st 2006, 12:18 PMIn an unusual step, European scientists participating in the ESA CryoSat validation experiment on the Greenland ice sheet will soon be joined by six students from the Climate Change College. [News Source]
States sue EPA over emission standards.
Monday May 01st 2006, 12:00 PMTen states are suing the U.S EPA over emission standards for power plants. Part of the lawsuit is aimed at air pollution that might lead to global warming. [News Source]
Nuclear no cure for climate change, scientists warn (Sydney Morning Herald)
Monday May 01st 2006, 10:44 AMAUSTRALIA could not develop a domestic nuclear power industry in time to stave off the effects of climate change and such a program would be prohibitively expensive, energy experts say. - [News Source]
Hydrogen fuel far from ready for prime time.
Monday May 01st 2006, 8:00 AMPresident Bush has pointed to hydrogen technology as the ultimate solution to the nation's fuel supply problems, but one big question waits to be answered: Where will all the hydrogen come from? [News Source]
Hippopotamus among 26,000 new species on endangered list.
Monday May 01st 2006, 8:00 AMMore than 26,000 species of animals, birds, plants and fish will this week be added to the list of those in serious danger of extinction. [News Source]