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Advocating Sane International Climate Policy

Grist Magazine has an interview with Sir David King, who stands as the pointy end of Tony Blair's climate change policy apparatus. An excerpt:

"Fisking" Climate Change Arguments: The Deniers Get Creative

Amy Ridenour’s newly redesigned National Centre for Public Policy Research blog (very stylish Amy; I like the gravitas suggested by yellowed book pages), features a great non sequiturial attack on the Independent  for adding to its already exhaustive coverage of the climate change issue.

A Climate Change Call to Action

Look here for a nicely written overview - an appeal for a commonsensical response to the information at hand, and one that is sure to outrage he deniers.

Green TV: Something for Which to Watch

The DeSmogBlog recently received word that March 20 (Earth Day) will mark the launch of a

According to Director James Arthur, will be a broadband TV channel dedicated to environmental issues. It is also a charity endorsed by the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP), with support and films from environmental organisations around the world, including the European Environment Agency, the UK Environment Agency, Friends of the Earth and Greenpeace.

American Geophysical Union Honours Journalists

WASHINGTON - Dan Vergano of USA Today, Michelle Nijhuis of High Country News, and The Times-Picayune have won the American Geophysical Union’s 2006 journalism awards.

Vergano will receive the David Perlman Award for Excellence in Science Journalism–News for his article, “The debate’s over:

Heartland Institute's Reportage is an Unethical Pruning of Facts

In a recent and misleading post, the Heartland Institute quoted a report by the U.S. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration to argue that there is no corelation between recent hurricane activity and climate change.


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