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The Day After Tomorrow: Kernels of Truth on Global Warming and Climate Change

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    ... from: http://groups.yahoo.com/group/fuelcell-energy/ ... Kernels of Truth: Global Warming and Climate Change in The Day After Tomorrow WASHINGTON - April
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      from: http://groups.yahoo.com/group/fuelcell-energy/

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      Kernels of Truth: Global Warming and Climate
      Change in The Day After Tomorrow

      WASHINGTON - April 30 - In The Day After Tomorrow,
      an ice age blankets North America in 96 hours. While
      this could never happen so quickly in real life, Earth's
      average temperature is warming, and at a faster rate
      than at any time in recorded history. This warming is
      due mostly to pollution generated by human activity,
      primarily the burning of fossil fuels. The predicted
      impacts of this warming are already visible around the
      globe.
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      Renewable energy is taking off around the globe in
      response to a variety of concerns´┐Żwith the threat of global
      climate change nearing the top of the list. The security of
      the world's energy supply and the health and environmental
      impacts of conventional energy are also driving this trend.
      But some areas of the world are moving to renewables far
      faster than others. Despite its size and wealth of
      resources, the United States, for example, no longer leads
      the world in the development and use of renewable
      technologies. In fact, Japan, which has far less sunshine
      than California, uses and manufactures more solar
      photovoltaic (PV) cells and modules than any other country
      in the world. And Germany, which has a fraction the land
      and resources of the United States, has twice as much
      installed wind capacity and leads in other renewables
      as well. If it's not natural resources, then what's driving
      some countries to forge ahead on the path toward a
      renewable energy future while others are slower to keep
      pace?

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      Visit the Worldwatch Climate Change: A Better Day After
      Tomorrow web portal.
      http://www.commondreams.org/news2004/0430-01.htm

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      THE WORLD IS IN CRISIS DUE TO GLOBAL WARMING!
      Hydrologist's recommended links:
      http://groups.yahoo.com/group/ClimateArchive/message/608
      Financial incentives-ConserveNow!
      http://groups.yahoo.com/group/ClimateArchive/message/229

      Pat N
      Minnesota

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