Sunday May 28th 2006, 10:55 PMThe atmosphere is warming faster in subtropical areas - around 30° north and south of the equator - than anywhere else in the world, according to a study of more than 25 years of satellite data. And the process appears to be driven by climate change. Researchers analyzed the tropical air circulation pattern - which brings rain to the equator and dries the subtropics - and found that this climate [News Source]
Global Warming Expands Subtropical Boundaries (Free Internet Press)
Blair bows to US pressure on Iran, climate change by Staff Writers London (AFP) May 28, 2006 (Space War)
Sunday May 28th 2006, 10:03 PMBritish Prime Minister Tony Blair bowed to US pressure by toughening remarks on Iran and softening them on global warming while in Washington, according to a report Sunday that Blair's office denied. [News Source]
Manson Encourages Global Warming (Soundbuzz via Yahoo!7 Music News)
Sunday May 28th 2006, 10:00 PMManson Encourages Global Warming [News Source]
Peter Preston: Confronting the imminent dangers of climate change (Guardian Unlimited)
Sunday May 28th 2006, 8:55 PMPeter Preston: Ministers may have wet feet before they confront the imminent dangers of climate change. [News Source]
INTERVIEW – Toepfer Warns Climate Change Could Destabilise World (Planet Ark)
Sunday May 28th 2006, 8:20 PMBERLIN - Global warming is hitting the poor the hardest and climate change could cause worldwide destabilisation if solutions are not found, one of the world's leading environmentalists said on Friday. [News Source]
Manson Encourages Global Warming (ContactMusic)
Sunday May 28th 2006, 7:25 PMGoth icon MARILYN MANSON has selfishly encouraged global warming declaring the children of the future deserve to "suffer". The pierced and painted ro [News Source]
Alberta vows to introduce stiff emissions regulations.
Sunday May 28th 2006, 4:00 PMAlberta says it will shortly clamp down on emissions of greenhouse gases -- perhaps as early as next year -- introducing regulations that the oil-producing province's Environment Minister claims will be the toughest in Canada. [News Source]
Harper government hangs in for Kyoto redux.
Sunday May 28th 2006, 4:00 PMPrime Minister Stephen Harper's government has bowed to international pressure, reluctantly taking a step towarda ''Kyoto 2'' agreement on climate change, environmental groups said Friday. [News Source]
Global warming causes dry spells in north, stormy weather in south.
Sunday May 28th 2006, 4:00 PMChinese government should pay due attention to the effect of global warming, which has different effects on northern and southern regions of China. [News Source]
Experts: Severe weather ahead.
Sunday May 28th 2006, 4:00 PMHurricanes are highly likely to strike coastal areas of the United States this year, meteorologists predict. [News Source]
Shell and Statoil seek partner for new ‘clean energy’ project.
Sunday May 28th 2006, 4:00 PMShell and Norwegian oil company Statoil are seeking a partner for their revolutionary $1.5bn project to take millions of tons of carbon dioxide from a new power station and pump it under the sea. [News Source]