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Links 1 through 10 of 26 by Warren Ellis tagged viridian

"As worldwide population increases by 40 percent over the next 40 years, sparsely populated Canada, Scandinavia, Russia and the northern United States will become formidable economic powers and migration magnets, Laurence C. Smith writes in "The World in 2050: Four Forces Shaping Civilization's Northern Future" (Dutton Books), scheduled for publication Sept. 23." Possible tie-in here with InfraNet Lab's "Next North" project

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Chrysler's chief economist Van Jolissaint has launched a fierce attack on "quasi-hysterical Europeans" and their "Chicken Little" attitudes to global warming

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The atmospheric concentration of carbon dioxide rose by about half a percent in 2005

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Sensors will be fitted to pedestrians and in buses as part of a £4.1m project aiming to measure pollution levels across England.

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British engineers are converting street vibrations into electricity and predict a working prototype by Christmas capable of powering facility lights in the busiest areas of a city

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Injecting sulfur into the atmosphere to slow down global warming is worthy of serious consideration, according to Nobel laureate Paul Crutzen (geoengineering)

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U.S. government has ordered work stopped on more than a dozen wind farms, saying the giant turbines might interfere with military radar

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Beijing launched its inaugural "no-car day" on Monday to combat the city's worsening pollution woes, but traffic was as grid-locked as ever and the grey air remained dense with exhaust fumes

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