Many are trying to answer the question of what the UK’s energy and climate change policy might look like if we leave the EU. So, what do those...
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Of course, this post is less about flogging Expedia's new program (which they should be commended for), than it is a segue into a post we have been meaning to do for a while now on TerraPass, the Ford Motor Company and the massive climate change spin machine, the Competitive Enterprise Institute.
This is on the heals of some other very misleading and exaggerated claims by Inhofe, such as:
On Tom Brokaw's recent climate change documentary: “It kind of reminds … I could use the Third Reich, the big lie”
Best $5 bucks I've spent in a while.
Here are links to some of the articles SCIAM has posted on-line as freebies:
A Climate Repair Manual
Global warming is a reality.
Innovation in energy technology and policy are sorely needed if we are to cope
By Gary Stix
The Nuclear Option
A threefold expansion of nuclear power could contribute significantly to staving off climate change by avoiding one billion to two billion tons of carbon emissions annually
By John M. Deutch and Ernest J. Moniz