Latest Global warming controversy Stories
By Alister Doyle, Environment Correspondent MONTREAL (Reuters) - Major U.S. allies expressed confidence on Thursday that they could persuade a reluctant Washington to consider new ways to fight global warming at a 189-nation environmental conference.
By Alister Doyle, Environment Correspondent OSLO (Reuters) - Hurricane Katrina has spurred debate about global warming worldwide with some environmentalists sniping at President George W. Bush for pulling out of the main U.N. plan for braking climate change.
By Palash Kumar NEW DELHI (Reuters) - Global warming will push temperatures in India up by 3-4 degrees Celsius by the turn of the century, hitting agriculture and infrastructure, a joint India-UK study said on Thursday.
Hurricane Katrina's fury has reignited the scientific debate over whether global warming might be making hurricanes more ferocious.
Colorado State University scientist Roger Pielke Sr. has resigned from a Bush administration science advisory team in a disagreement over research into the causes of global warming.
For the first time, new climate observations and computer models provide a consistent picture of recent warming of the tropical atmosphere.
By Chris Baltimore WASHINGTON (Reuters) - A senior Senate Republican said on Thursday he will pursue legislation that may eventually require U.S. industry to cut gases linked to global warming, a view sharply at odds with the White House and many other Republicans.
GLENEAGLES, Scotland (Reuters) - The Group of Eight powers meeting in Scotland have reached agreement on joint action to combat global warming but have set no measurable targets, German negotiator Bernd Pfaffenbach told reporters.
Reliance on just one model no better than flipping a coin.
Climate scientists armed with new data from deep in the ocean and far into space have found that Earth is absorbing much more heat than it is giving off, a conclusion they say validates projections of global warming. Scientists describe the findings as a "smoking gun."
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