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January 25, 2004
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play video  Hungry Reindeer12.25.03
Thanks to global warming, in the future Santa’s reindeer might have trouble finding enough to eat.

play video  Finer Wine12.23.03
Global warming has actually made it easier to buy a good wine.

play video  Food for Thought11.27.03
Food is on many people’s minds now that we’re in the holiday season. But what if global warming were threatening our food supply?

play video  City Rain06.26.03
If you’re one of the millions living in or near America’s coastal cities, plan on getting wet.

  Drowning Cities05.09.03
Forecasters predict that the hurricane activity in the Atlantic basin will be well above average this year. And in cities like New Orleans, hurricanes are only part of the problem.

play video  Sicker Warmer World05.08.03
Large numbers of disease outbreaks have scientists alarmed, and one scientific study says that global climate change may truly be creating a sicker world.

  Forecasting Danger04.25.03
Over the last decade, deaths due to avalanche have nearly doubled. But scientists are using new technology to predict where and when avalanches might occur.

  Mayan Meltdown04.11.03
What would cause an advanced ancient culture to just disappear? Archaeologists have been wondering this about the Mayan civilization for some time. Now the mystery may have been solved by ocean researchers.

play video  Climate Change and Snow02.25.03
What does a huge blizzard mean for the issue of climate change? When looking at the big picture, it doesn’t change anything.

  Ice Mountain02.07.03
A group of scientific adventurers went on a mission to measure climate change in an effort to learn whether the Antarctic ice cap is shrinking or growing.

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