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In the last three decades, Peru's glaciers have lost almost a quarter of their 1,225-square-mile surface. (Scott Wilson - Post)
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 The United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) & the Kyoto Protocol
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 From the EPA: Annotated summary of Climate Change Related Resources
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America's changing weather.
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Thundery Earth Day Keeps Bush Out of Park
KNOXVILLE, Tenn., April 22 -- President Bush was to have celebrated Earth Day in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park on Friday, pitching in on a trail restoration project and giving a speech touting his environmental record with the park's majestic peaks serving as a compelling backdrop. But Mother Nature did not cooperate.

In the News
States Seek Regulation Of Greenhouse Gases (Post, April 10, 2005)

Automakers Agree to Cut Emissions In Canada (Post, April 6, 2005)

An Unlikely Meeting Of the Minds: For Very Different Reasons, Groups Agree on Gas Alternatives (Post, March 31, 2005)

WASHINGTON IN BRIEF (Post, March 24, 2005)

FINDINGS (Post, March 18, 2005)

Coloring Outside the Lines: The Environmental Film Festival Is More Than Just Green (Post, March 10, 2005)

Scientist Named To Head The EPA: Johnson Draws Diverse Praise (Post, March 5, 2005)

Scientists Looking at Ways to Trap Greenhouse Gases: Arizona Study Aims to Ease Global Warming (Post, Feb. 22, 2005)

Science Notebook (Post, Feb. 20, 2005)

Kyoto Treaty Takes Effect Today: Impact on Global Warming May Be Largely Symbolic (Post, Feb. 16, 2005)

FINDINGS (Post, Feb. 11, 2005)

Arid Arizona Points to Global Warming as Culprit: Climate Shift Is Blamed as Livelihoods Are Affected (Post, Feb. 6, 2005)

'God's Mandate': Putting The White House on Notice (Post, Feb. 6, 2005)

Blair Urges Action Against Global Warming (Post, Jan. 27, 2005)

Hurricane Scientist Leaves U.N. Team: U.S. Expert Cites Politics in a Letter (Post, Jan. 23, 2005)

Extinction Tied to Global Warming: Greenhouse Effect Cited in Mass Decline 250 Million Years Ago (Post, Jan. 21, 2005)

Putting Some Heat on Bush: Scientist Inspires Anger, Awe for Challenges on Global Warming (Post, Jan. 19, 2005)

States Flex Prosecutorial Muscle: Attorneys General Move Into What Was Once Federal Territory (Post, Jan. 12, 2005)

Avoiding a Catastrophe Of Human Error (Post, Jan. 5, 2005)

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