Sunday, March 29, 2009

Protestors Mark 30th Anniv. of Nuclear Meltdown

The debate has changed since America's worst nuclear accident 30 years ago today at Pennsylvania's Three Mile Island. Fears of an atomic catastrophe have been largely supplanted by fears about global warming. (March 29)

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Lights Dim Worldwide for Earth Hour 2009

From a reseach base in Antarctica to the Empire State Building in New York, illuminated patches of the globe went dark Saturday for Earth Hour, a campaign to highlight the threat of climate change. (March 28)

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Wednesday, March 25, 2009

Climate campaigners ready for G20 action

The G20 summit in London is due to attract thousands of activists to the city�s financial heart to protest at world leaders� handling of the global economy and global warming. One group of would-be protesters have attended a two day course to prepare -- t

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'Europe's Detroit' adapts to plunging car demand

Volkswagen, PSA Peugeot Citroen and South Korean car maker Kia have all set up high-tech plants in Slovakia over the last years, turning the auto industry into a pillar of the former communist country's economy. But in the last few months, the climate has

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Tuesday, March 17, 2009

Arctic countries discuss saving polar bears

The polar bear has few natural predators but a daunting, and deadly, enemy: climate change. The five countries that ring the Arctic -- Canada, Denmark (with Greenland), Norway, Russia and the United States -- are meeting in Norway to discuss how to ensure

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Thursday, March 5, 2009

Govt. More Open to Health Reform Than in Past

As President Barack Obama begins his push for health care reform, he finds a climate in Washington that may be more willing to work on the issue than in the past. (March 5)

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Wednesday, March 4, 2009

Facing Foreclosure, Paula Stein Struggels to Find Work

For several months, Paula has been without unemployment benefits. After working as an office manager for 30 years, this Richmond resident is struggling to find a job in an economic climate that is making the task all but impossible. She is coming dangerou

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Tuesday, March 3, 2009

Thousands Rally for Climate Change Legislation

Several thousand demonstrators gathered in Washington D.C., urging Congress to pass legislation to reduce greenhouse gases, and targeting the government's own Capitol power plant as a symbol of the problem. (March 2)

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Monday, March 2, 2009

Students protest to demand green jobs

12,000 Students will descend on Washington in early March to demand action on climate change legislation, and the creation of green jobs. They plan to lobby more than 300 members of Congress and hold a rally outside the Capitol.

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Snow and Global Warming Protests

Snow and Global Warming Protests

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