How many times do we have to say, ixnay the imateclay

In anticipation of the Detroit Big 3 presentations to Congress on CAFE standards, the CEO of General Motors had this to say:

It looks like within the climate that's being experienced now, it's very likely there will be increases in CAFE,” Rick Wagoner, General Motors Corp. chairman and chief executive, said Tuesday in Wilmington, Del. “I think our concern is, let's make sure that we also fix the real problems while we're doing that.”

H/T: Prometheus 

Harris, Ball Courting Political Isolation

The Natural Resources Stewardship Project condemned Prime Minister Stephen Harper today for Canada's “total capitulation to climate change dogma.” In doing so, Canada's leading group of climate quibblers appears to be separating itself from the last of its potential climate allies.

NASA's Griffin apologizes for controversial comments

NASA Administrator, Michael Griffin, is backing away from comments he made last week in a National Public Radio interview. At the time Griffin stated that, ” …a trend of global warming exists, I am not sure that it is fair to say that it is a problem we must wrestle with.”

Today the White House appointed Griffin is apologizing to NASA staff saying that,

All I can really do is apologize to all you guys … I feel badly that I caused this amount of controversy over something like this.”

Political Position Paper Masquerading as Business Survey

Look to the Financial Post business magazine ad feature (attached) for the latest bit of public relations spin on climate change and Kyoto.

A Big Thank You To Our Operation DeSmog USA Donors

Just a quick post to say a heartfelt thanks to everybody who has donated to our fundraising campaign. We've already raised $1425! We're well on our well to achieving our goal of raising $10,000 to help us expand our work in the USA. Keep those donations rolling in!

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