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Here are the latest posts about Environment on The Write News:

Ten Percent of Arctic Perennial Ice Lost in One Summer
Scientists announced this week that new satellite images show huge new holes in the Arctic ice which are a consequence of global warming. (September 21, 2006)

Schwarzenegger Leads the Way With Global Warming Initiative
Fed up with President Bush's willful ignorance on the subject of global warming, California governor Arnold Schwarzenegger has signed his own global warming pact with British prime minister Tony Blair. (August 17, 2006)

A Recipe For An Environmental Catastrophe
Enjoy that shrimp cocktail while you can, because shellfish probably won't exist in fifty years or so, if a disturbing new trend continues. (July 31, 2006)

Global Warming and Underwater Methane: Not a Good Thing
The scientific evidence about global warming just keeps getting more and more disturbing. (July 21, 2006)

Earth Is the Hottest It's Been In 400 Years
Scientists from The National Academy of Sciences reported to Congress that the Earth is the hottest it has been in 400 years. (June 22, 2006)

NASA Scientist Says Icecaps Melting Faster Than Originally Thought
NASA scientist Jim Hansen is the Director of the NASA Goddard Institute for Space Studies in New York, and is President Bush's top climate modeller. (February 17, 2006)

Cold Weather Ahead As Gulf Stream Weakens
The Guardian reports on a disturbing new scientific finding: the Gulf Stream is dramatically weakening, which could bring extremely violent weather. (December 1, 2005)

New Climate Study Predicts Total Loss of Arctic Tundra
A new warns that if global warming continues at its current pace, that there will be a near-total loss of Arctic tundra. (November 9, 2005)

Clinton and McCain Head to Alaska
It looks like you're going to be hearing more about global warming between now and 2008. (August 19, 2005)

White House Edits Scientists' Global Warming Report
It was the Pentagon that originally reported that global warming was the greatest threat facing the United States, not terrorism. (June 8, 2005)

U.S. Mayors Join Kyoto in Defiance of Bush
Fed up with rising children's asthma rates and breathing polluted air, a bipartisan group of 132 U. (May 14, 2005)

Recycling and the Art of the Nervous Breakdown
Think that recyling is too much bother? Too busy to sort your trash into two bags? If you lived in Kamikatsu, Japan, you might have some kind of nervous breakdown when faced with their draconian new trash-sorting laws. (May 11, 2005)

Where Have All the Resources Gone?
In a macabre counterpoint to the ANWR drilling disaster, The Guardian reports that two-thirds of world's resources are used up. (March 30, 2005)

Senate Votes to Allow Drilling in Arctic National Wildlife Refuge
Well, this certainly has been a busy news day. (March 16, 2005)