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arclein

Now, a paper published by Dr Alan Grainger in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences outlines how a new body - named the "World Forest Observatory" - could use satellite images to map the world's forests and how they are changing.

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AP

House Republicans pointed to controversial e-mails leaked from climate scientists and said it was evidence of corruption. Top administration scientists looking at the same thing found no such sign, saying it doesn't change the fact that the world is

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PrisonPlanet.com

CRU’s Phil Jones will step down from his position as director of the unit that cooked climate change data to hide global cooling. Britain’s East Anglia University says Jones will relinquish his position until the completion of an independent review.

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PopSi

Your next toilet may come packed in fertilizer for your garden. EcoCradle is the only treeless, biodegradable shipping material that can be molded into as many shapes as polystyrene, a.k.a. Styrofoam, so it can protect objects of any size or weight.

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WorldNetDaily

The Senate's leading global-warming skeptic says he plans to demand an investigation into the allegedly fraudulent data manipulation unveiled at a highly influential British research center, and another prominent analyst says he's heard enough and th

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Kathy Gibson Boatman

I am writing to encourage people of Arizona to attend an event this Friday in support of the California Farmers who are struggling this year. Their water supply has been cut off due to the radical environmental regulations and the Delta Smelt.

News Link • Global Reported By Kathy Gibson Boatman
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Doug L. Hoffman for LewRockwell.com

The first is the 30-kilometer-long Gangotri glacier, source of the Ganges River. Between 1934 and 2003, the glacier retreated an average of 70 feet (22 meters) a year and shed a total of 5% of its length. But in 2004 and 2005, the retreat slowed to a

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WorldNetDaily

A video explaining the dangers of a U.N. treaty proposal promoted by President Obama that critics say would lead to a world government has received more than 3.5 million views since WND broke the story on the ominous possibilities, and now there is w

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LiveScience

A 35-mile rift in the desert of Ethiopia will likely become a new ocean eventually, researchers now confirm. The crack, 20 feet wide in spots, opened in 2005 and some geologists believed then that it would spawn a new ocean. But that view was cont

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Technology Review

An MIT spinoff just getting off the ground received a huge helping hand from the U.S. Department of Energy on Monday. (I was looking forward to this tech very soon... now with Gov. involvement I may never benefit :(

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