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  September/October 2006
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Shanghai by Bike
Two-Time Losers
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My Low-Carbon Diet
Interview: Al Gore
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Highlights of 17 years of reporting on global warming

July 1, 1989, "Turning Down the Heat," by James R. Udall.
Our first major article on the topic. Absolutely prescient!

July/August 1989, "Nature Under Glass," James R. Udall.
What impact will climate change have on the species of the world?

May/June 2001, "A Modest Proposal to Stop Global Warming" by Ross Gelbspan
A clearheaded way out of the climate mess.

July/August 2003, "High Tide in Tuvalu" by Tom Price
A small island nation struggles to deal with rising seas and volatile weather.

July/August 2003, "Bobbing in the Big Apple" by Ingrid Eisenstadter
Another small island grapples with what's ahead.

July/August 2003, "The Melting Point" by Paul Rauber
Are vanishing glaciers and rising sea levels enough to get the Bush administration's attention?

January/February 2006, "See No Evil" by Paul Rauber
Who's behind the myth that global warming is "speculative"? Meet one of Bush's censors.

January/February 2006, "Year One" by Bill McKibben
Was Katrina the beginning of life with an altered climate?

September/October 2006, "My Low-Carbon Diet" by Seth Zuckerman
From gas guzzling to fuel fitness in three weeks.

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