Global Warming and Climate Change News

Global Warming Expands Subtropical Boundaries (Free Internet Press)
Sunday May 28th 2006, 10:55 PM

The 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]

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 PM

British 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 PM

Manson Encourages Global Warming [News Source]

Peter Preston: Confronting the imminent dangers of climate change (Guardian Unlimited)
Sunday May 28th 2006, 8:55 PM

Peter 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 PM

BERLIN - 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 PM

Goth 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 PM

Alberta 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 PM

Prime 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 PM

Chinese 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 PM

Hurricanes 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 PM

Shell 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]