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Alternative and renewable sources of energy are considered to be part of the solution to the global warming problem. Here is a collection of news of the day on topics relating to Global Warming, specially selected for the industry professional and researchers. Reports on technology, trends, policies, controversy, opinion, and links to in-depth analysis.
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New EPA Website on Global Warming
April. 27, 2001- The new site strives "to present accurate information on the very broad issue of climate change and global warming in a way that is accessible and meaningful to all parts of society communities, individuals, business, public officials and governments." (EPA) 

Suncor Commits To Action On Global Warming
April. 18, 2001- Suncor Energy Inc. continues its active support of actions to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and has joined the global Partnership for Climate Action. (Press Release) 

Industry Profits From Pollution Controls
Mar. 27, 2001- The warnings from many polluters that the global-warming program will wreck the economy should be viewed with a healthy skepticism. The biggest lesson is that the marketplace of capitalism, which expected to loathe environmental regulation, suddenly finds that regulation can be attractive. (Boston Globe) 

Canada Wants Latin Support For Carbon Sinks
Mar. 27, 2001- Ottawa is holding out free trade to Latin American countries if they'll agree that protecting forests is a valid way to reduce greenhouse gases. (CBC News) 

Acid Rain And Global Warming
Mar. 26, 2001- Research suggests that the interplay between acid rain and global warming, though caused by different types of industrial gas pollutants, is also more complicated than had previously been believed. (New York Times- requires free registration) 

Absolute Proof Will Come Too Late
Mar. 25, 2001- The evidence is subtle and complex, and probably will be so for a long time to come. By the time the impact of human activities on global warming becomes too clear to debate, it will be far too late to do anything about it, according to Jerry D. Mahlman, who is retiring as director of the federal Geophysical Fluid Dynamics Laboratory in Princeton, N.J. (New York Times- requires free registration) 

Climate Network Europe
Mar. 21, 2001- Climate Network Europe (CNE) is a coordinating office, based in Brussels, for environmental groups in Western Europe working on climate change issues. The organisation maintains an active news resource on climate related activities in Europe. (AEIA) 

Climate Partners
Mar. 21, 2001- A new website, sponsored in part by the Department of the Environment Canada, provides news and resources on global warming, its causes and some possible solutions. (AEIA) 

GOP Energy Bill
Mar. 5, 2001- No gusher of innovation, the GOP energy bill is too reliant on fossil fuels and skimps on renewable energy incentives. (The Inquirer) 

New York Times on climate change
Mar. 4, 2001- Index to reports on climate at the New York Times. Requires free registration. (NYT) 

Smoke and Mirrors at the United Nations
Feb, 26, 2001- The original forecast of IPCC on climate change was baseless. (Cato Institute) 

Last Call Of The Wild
Feb, 2, 2001- TIME's Robert Sullivan reports on his visit to the ANWAR. (Time Magazine Sampler) 

Clean Air Renewable Energy (CARE) Coalition Launched
Dec. 27, 2000- Today, a coalition of corporate, environmental non-governmental organizations (ENGOs), and municipal organizations was launched to accelerate development of Canada's renewable energy industry. Led by founding partners, Suncor Energy Inc. and the Pembina Institute for Appropriate Development, the coalition is initially urging the federal government to implement two short-term mechanisms to help energy diversification, clean the air, improve people's health, and reduce greenhouse gas emissions (GHG) that lead to climate change. (Press Release) 

Humanity In The Hothouse
- A collection of reports on global warming, with commentaries from the European Union and recent conferences. (CS Monitor) 

EPA on Global Warming
- The place to start at the Environmental Protection Agency for research and information on global warming. (EPA ) 

GEO Future Persperctives
- Climate change ranks at the top of Environmental issues that may become priorities in the 21st century. (EPA ) 

GEO 2000 United Nations Environment Programme
- Global Environment Outlook 2000. This series makes periodic reviews of the state of the world's environment, and provides guidance for decision-making processes such as the formulation of environmental policies, action planning and resource allocation. (UNEP ) 

Explorezone On Global Warming
- A comprehensive resource for news on weather, space and Global Warming. (Explorezone.com) 

 

 
 

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