While looking out at the latest snowstorm, I hear the TV call it an effect of global warming. If it's snow, rain, tornadoes, heat, cold or volcanoes, it is global warming!
Can President Barack Obama and Al Gore please send some of their man-made global warming our way?
A new comprehensive report on the environment dramatically declares global warming is bringing profound changes, and must be addressed urgently regarding causes and consequences.
Global warming? What else could we expect? Do you ever think about how many billions of acres of blacktop we have covered our land with? Or how many of our precious trees we have cut down to sell for lumber or sell to other nations? Or make room for more roads?
Phil Potempa's daily entertainment news column.
WASHINGTON TOWNSHIP | Climate scientists announced they have proof of something that, until now, has only been a theory: Global warming is caused by the Porter County Fair.
"A change in our climate is taking place...snows are less frequent and less deep..."
This global warming thing is really starting to make me wonder. Where is this taking place ? We live in Northwest Indiana (key word north), and I'm not seeing any kind of warming going on!
I want to thank Gordon Wilder of Highland for his impassioned letter June 2 about the dangers of global warming and its dire repercussions on the world.
BLOOMINGTON, Ind. | While climate scientists often give a dreary picture of a changing Earth, Michael Simmons doesn't believe his plants will die in a barren wasteland.
The Farmer's Almanac is predicting "squally" weather for mid-April, so Valpo schools should be notifying students soon that classes are cancelled between April 12 and April 15.
The Obama administration's push for reducing emissions that fuel climate change have many in the environmental and energy sectors bracing for what may come next.
The effects of plastics on wildlife, deforestation and large-scale damming are some of the issues addressed in the exhibition "Climate of Uncertainty," which goes on display at the DePaul Art Museum Jan. 10.
The effects of plastics on wildlife, deforestation and large-scale damming are some of the issues addressed in the exhibition “Climate of Uncertainty,” which goes on display at the DePaul Art Museum Jan. 10.
Just in case the world didn't end today, as some believe the Mayans predicted, I offer this rhyme as a substitute disaster.
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