Dot Earth

New York Times blog

  • Added Oct 10, 2008
  • Activity Rank #3 : Popularity Rank #5
  • 1 posts in 24 hours : 17 posts in 4 weeks
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Oct 1
An Expanding Menu for Locavores: Tilapia on Hudson : An innovative business brings new meaning to the idea of local food by raising tilapia, salmon and year-round greens in the Hudson Valley....
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Sep 26
Certainties, Uncertainties and Choices with Global Warming : We can be certain about climate change uncertainty but still address the risk....
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Sep 23
U.N. Climate Summit Harvests a Host of Commitments : The U.N. Secretary General builds public and private commitments that could slow global warming and blunt its impacts....
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Sep 23
New CO2 Emissions Report Shows China’s Central Role in Shaping World’s Climate Path : Fresh data reveal the central role of China in driving the global buildup of greenhouse gases -- and its daunting challenge if it chooses to cut emissions....
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Sep 22
Humanity’s Long Climate and Energy March : The giant climate march in Manhattan was just one facet of humanity's long climate and energy march....
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Sep 20
On the Path Past 9 Billion, Little Crosstalk Between U.N. Sessions on Population and Global Warming : As the United Nations convenes sessions on global warming and population growth, a new study foresees rising human numbers through 2100....
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Sep 19
Michael Bloomberg, Now a U.N. Climate Envoy, Presses the Case for Urban Action : Michael Bloomberg, a mayor turned U.N. climate envoy, explains what cities can do to blunt climate change and its impacts....
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Sep 18
Looking Back to 1821, Insurers Foresee a $100-Billion Hurricane : If the great 1821 hurricane struck the East Coast today, it would leave a $100-billion trail of losses....
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Sep 17
Can the U.S. and China Find Harmony in Pursuing Climate Progress? : A close look at the intensifying dance between the United States and China over how to cut greenhouse gas emissions....
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Sep 15
Wildlife Agency Seeks Educational Use For Crushed Ivory : The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service is seeking ideas on how to use the crushed remains of illegal ivory it has confiscated and destroyed....
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Sep 13
Should Fin Whales Be a Source of Wonder or Meat? : A fresh look at Iceland's fin whale hunts and meat exports to Japan....
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Sep 10
Can Humans Get Used to Having a Two-Way Relationship with Earth’s Climate? : Can humans get used to having a two-way relationship with Earth's climate?...
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Sep 9
A Closer Look at the Ebola Epidemic in the Context of Ecological Health : There's a chance the Ebola outbreak could spur increased conservation and surveillance in ecosystems that might harbor dangerous pathogens....
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Sep 8
A Twitterholic and Green Blogger Assesses a Year of Living Offline : A longtime environmental blogger and Twitter addict logs on after a year of self-imposed exile to the analog world....
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Sep 8
A New Study Clarifies Treatment Needs for Water from Fracked Gas and Oil Wells : A new analysis of water from fracked wells around the country clarifies treatment needs....
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Sep 5
A Whale of a Recovery for California’s Blue Whales : Blue whale populations off the West Coast appear to be approaching pre-slaughter abundance....
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Sep 4
Dynamic Planet: Under the Volcano in Papua New Guinea : Three views of a violent volcanic eruption in Papua New Guinea....
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