Fri, 2006-11-17 13:03Bill Miller
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Europe attacks Canada's record on the environment; poll suggests Tories losing ground at home

While the planet is in a riptide of rising sea levels, savage weather patterns and out-of-control pollution, recent events suggest the world is waking up about climate change and the Canadian government better take action fast if it’s going to survive.
Fri, 2006-11-17 13:00Richard Littlemore
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Paying Our Way in the Climate Debate

One of my favourite shameless climate-change deniers, Amy Ridenour, did us the favour yesterday of linking to a DeSmogBlog post on her husband, David, who got all righteous recently, arguing, in Amy's words, “that dissenters have not always been properly appreciated by the advocates of orthodoxy.”
Thu, 2006-11-16 14:26Kevin Grandia
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Inhofe's last stand

Senator Jim Inhofe, outgoing Chair of the Senate Committee of the Envrionment and Public Works, and one of the most infamous climate change deniers in the GOP Caucus, now claims that the United Nations meeting on climate change currently underway in Nairobi is nothing more than a “brainwashing session.” So what are we to make of this? Who cares?
Thu, 2006-11-16 13:55Ross Gelbspan
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New study: polar bear survival rate falling

A newly released US Geological Survey report shows that far fewer polar bear cubs are surviving off Alaska's northern coast. While the decline in sea ice due to increased Arctic temperatures is not attributed as a cause in the study, according to Kassie Siegel at the Centre for Bilogical Diversity, an organization lobbying for polar bears to be designated as “threatened” under the Endangered Species Act, “it's just another example of seeing all of the impacts that scientists have previously predicted come to pass.”
Thu, 2006-11-16 11:19Richard Littlemore
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Fifth Estate Slams the "Denial Machine"

CBC's news magazine show the fifth estate slammed Dr. S. Fred Singer and company out of the park last evening with the Denial Machine” , a 40-minute documentary that gave context to the current climate change debate.

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