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Global warming may kill the new era of supersonic travel before it even begins

Travel from New York to London and be home in time to tuck your children into bed. Fly San Francisco-Tokyo or Seattle-Shanghai a whole day later …Read more





Global warming may kill the new era of supersonic travel before it even begins

The dream of flying passengers faster than the speed of sound gave birth to Concorde in the 1970s only for the nightmare of making a profit to snuff it out less than three decades later Companies competing to build a successor to the iconic jet may find
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Donald Trumps executive order on energy raises questions about future of Paris climate deal

In signing his Energy Independence executive order Mr Trump eliminated numerous Barack Obama-era restrictions on fossil fuel production in what the new President says is 2015 deal aimed to Limit global warming to well below 2 degrees Celsius
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Flooding of Coast Caused by Global Warming Has Already Begun

For decades as the global warming created by spared over the past two decades may be hit hard too These tidal floods are often just a foot or two deep but they can stop traffic swamp basements damage cars kill lawns and forests and poison
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Global warming New research emphasizes the role of economic growth

Its a message no one wants to hear To slow down global warming well either have to put the brakes on economic growth or transform the way the economic contractions the size of the Great Recession or even bigger will be needed to reduce atmospheric
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Fear of global warming is exaggerated say scientists Experts now have longer to reduce amount of fossil fuels we burn

The threat of global warming is not as bad as previously thought the world ought now to be 13C warmer than the mid-19th century average In fact the new analysis shows it is between 09C and 1C above Michael Grubb professor of international
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How the overshadowed 90s shaped our world

Yet the 90s also were years when much of what bedevils us today global warming computing bill May 26 1995 Microsoft CEO Bill Gates issues the Internet Tidal Wave memo calling Netscape with its Navigator browser a new competitor born
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