Metropolitan Square, Express Scripts are among participants.
Missouri, in particular, could be hard hit by rising temperatures.
One hates to be skeptical, particularly about international cooperation, particularly about addressing a problem that will drastically alter life on earth.
An examination of some of the causes, symptoms and consequences of global warming.
A more apt name for your editorial "A pious wish" (Sept. 24) should be "A biased dish." Global warming is another liberal agenda item that exemplifies the notion that something repeated often enough becomes fact despite scientific reason.
New York City police arrested a protesting polar bear on Monday — or rather someone in a polar bear costume. Still, as metaphors go for the state of climate change policy in the United States, the arrest wasn’t bad.
Emerson Climate Technologies, a business of Ferguson-based Emerson, hired St. Louis-based Fox Architects to design a $20 million Emerson Climate Technologies Innovation Center at the University of Dayton in Dayton, Ohio.
The ever-vigilant, ever-crusading Post-Dispatch featured an alarming picture on Sunday's front page ("A tale of two futures") of what appeared to be an onerous pollutant spewing into the atmosphere from a power plant in West Alton. The accompanying story quoted scientists making dire predict…
The Associated Press and the GfK public relations firm last week released a poll that said Americans are good with the idea that smoking causes cancer, but squishy on believing in man-made global warming, the big-bang theory, evolution and the notion that the Earth is 4.5 billion years old.
This coming Friday, to “celebrate Earth Day,” the Walt Disney Co. will release one of those cutesy, fun-for-all-ages, nature documentaries. “Bears” is about grizzly bears.
On Monday in Berlin, the head of the United Nations scientific panel on climate change said the world’s governments will have to ”exercise a high level of enlightenment” to find agreement on how to prevent the worst effects of global warming.
Henry Robertson makes good points about the number of the warmest years on record being in the 21st century ("We don't have a right to burn all the fossil fuel we want," March 7). I am surprised he didn't also mention that 1998 is a convenient year for advocates of "A Convenient Truth." Glob…
Never mind the potential 23-foot rise in sea levels or 11-degree rise in average temperatures by the end of the century. Never mind that atmospheric concentrations of carbon dioxide are climbing toward the point of no return.
George Will thinks global warming is a big-government liberal power grab, so it must be a hoax ("Perfect climate for liberals," Feb. 27). Charles Krauthammer admits it’s a bad idea to burn so much coal, oil and natural gas, but he doesn’t want to stop. So he says science is never settled —a…
In global warming debate, there is nothing more anti-scientific than the very idea that science is impervious to challenge.
xkcd is a popular web comic written by Randall Munroe. Today's comic presents a response to the argument that cold temperatures this winter disprove global warming.
Environmental effects on world's food supply spur a call to action.
We are still in the first month of the 2013/2014 winter and we are already seeing record-breaking temperatures all over the world. We are having blizzards, record-breaking snowfalls and ice storms. In the Antarctic, there is ice so thick that even the ice-breaking ships cannot get through it.
The letter by John Saxton ("Climate change deniers on KMOX," Nov. 26) repeats the phony "97 percent of scientists agree" figure used by the liberal left.