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Animation: How Greenhouse Gases Form
Map: America's Changing Weather
Web Resources
United Nations: Climate Change Framework
Carnegie Mellon: Climate Change
World Wildlife Fund Greenhouse Emissions by Country
Global Warming Is 'Real,' Report Finds
A worldwide rise in temperatures at the Earth's surface is "undoubtedly real" and appears to have accelerated in recent decades, an independent scientific panel concluded in a major new report yesterday.

Warming to Reality (The Washington Post, Jan. 9, 2000)

U.S. More Energy Efficient, Report Finds: Study Links Improvement to the Internet, Other Technological Advances (The Washington Post, Dec. 11, 1999)

Study: Arctic Sea Ice is Rapidly Dwindling (The Washington Post, Dec. 3, 1999)

States Gamble on 'Green' Power for a Cleaner Air (The Washington Post, Oct. 17, 1999)

Global Warming Estimates Rise Slightly (The Washington Post, June 30, 1999)

Frog Decline Linked to Climate Shift (The Washington Post, April 15, 1999)

Hot Year Was Killer For Coral (The Washington Post, March 5, 1999)

Climate Treaty's Effects Examined (The Washington Post, Oct. 9, 1998)

Scientists in Britain Say Sky May Be Shrinking (The Washington Post, Sept. 17, 1998)

House Backs Global Warming Education (The Washington Post, July 24, 1998)

Clinton Links Fires, Global Warming (The Washington Post, July 10, 1998)

Is Global Warming Magnifying El Nin~o? With Record Temperatures Worldwide, Experts Study Linkage in Weather Events (The Washington Post, June 9, 1998)

Global Warming Gets a 2nd Look (The Washington Post, March 3, 1998)

Reassessing Kyoto Agreement, Scientists See Little Environmental Advantage (The Washington Post, Feb. 13, 1998)

Kyoto Pact Includes a Pentagon Exemption (The Washington Post, Jan. 1, 1998)

Climate Pact Rescued in Final Hours (The Washington Post, Dec. 13, 1997)

The Price of Achieving Kyoto Goals (The Washington Post, Dec. 12, 1997)

Consensus Emerges Earth Is Warming -- Now What? (The Washington Post, Nov. 12, 1997)

HOT STUFF? A Down-to-Earth Guide to Global Warming (The Washington Post, Nov. 12, 1997)

U.N. Conference On Global Warming Ends in Stalemate (The Washington Post, Nov. 1, 1997)

U.S. Allies Criticize Anti-Warming Plan (The Washington Post, Oct. 24, 1997)

Clinton Details Global Warming Plan (The Washington Post, Oct. 23, 1997)

Greenhouse Gas Emissions Up Sharply in U.S. Last Year (The Washington Post, Oct. 20, 1997)

Global Climate Talks Put Japan On the Hot Seat (The Washington Post, Oct. 8, 1997)

Japan's Goals On Pollutants Draw Criticism (The Washington Post, Oct. 7, 1997)

Clinton Urges Global Action On Emissions (The Washington Post, Oct. 7, 1997)

Technology Can Cut Pollution Without High Cost, Study Says (The Washington Post, Sept. 26, 1997)



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