CLIMATE CHANGE & NEW YORK'S FUTURE
- Climate Change Versus Climate Catastrophe. Stossel, John // Hit & Run;12/1/2014, p26
The article discusses the need for countries to focus on climate catastrophe and its effects on people instead of just talking about climate change. Topics discussed include the average increase in Earth's temperatures according to scientists, the benefits provided by industrialization to modern...
- Divestment moral, strategic. Small, Fred // UU World;Summer2013, Vol. 27 Issue 2, p59
The article offers information on importance of divestment against climate change and global warming in the U.S. It states the fossil fuel divestment campaign which aims to remind treasurers and trustees in relation to their responsibility of not attending to short-term security, but to...
- Beyond Carbon. // Canada & the World Backgrounder;Jan2009, Vol. 74 Issue 4, p12
The author reflects on the impact of the industrial revolution on the environment. The author relates that since energy containing carbon has been used in several industries, the problem of global warming begins. The author contends that research on technology and alternatives that replace...
- SIGNS OF CLIMATE CHANGE. Hilderman, Richard // Mother Earth News;Aug/Sep2011, Issue 247, p60
The article discusses the climate-related challenges faced by several countries worldwide and the need for immediate solutions. It offers an overview on the functions of the Earth's climate and how the extraction, processing and burning of fossil fuels affect the planet's surface temperature and...
- Climate McCarthyites Claim Another. Investor's Business Daily // Investors Business Daily;6/17/2014, pA12
Junk Science: Without evidence to back up their claims, climate zealots have taken to intimidation. They're blacklisting academics who have the nerve to question the "settled science" of climate change.
- A COMMON MORALITY: TOWARD A FRAMEWORK FOR DESIGNING FISCAL INSTRUMENTS TO RESPOND TO GLOBAL CLIMATE CHANGE. Brown, Eleanor Weston // Widener Law Review;2010, Vol. 15 Issue 2, p391
Global climate change, largely the result of carbon emissions brought about by a global economy addicted to fossil fuel and committed to economic expansion, threatens the very viability of the economy that causes it. The relatively cheap price of fossil fuels does not account for the costs to...
- There's hope for the world if we're (very) patient. Smith, Terry // Athens News;11/7/2013, p4
The author discusses an assessment report released by Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) regarding the effect of climatic changes on human beings and the environment. He mentions that 44 percent of Americans believe that human activities of burning fossil fuels is the cause of...
- Curious Omissions. Spencer, Peter // Consumers' Research Magazine;Aug99, Vol. 82 Issue 8, p43
Provides facts about global warming. Three credible methods for measuring global temperatures; Evidence to support the idea that warming occurs first; Popular misconception about global warming issue.
- Climate talks collapse: rejoice, rejoice! Goldsmith, Zac // New Statesman;12/04/2000, Vol. 129 Issue 4515, p21
Focuses on climate change. Details on international cooperation against global warming; Changes in global temperatures.