Thu, 2006-06-08 12:11Kevin Grandia
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NEWS ALERT: Conservative/Alberta PC Operative Backs "Friends of Science"

As Prime Minister Stephen Harper and Alberta Premier Ralph Klein continue to lead the anti-Kyoto charge on the political front, it now appears that that Tory activists are also working the public relations campaign to muddy the waters – especially by backing the activities of the Alberta-based climate change denial machine: “Friends of Science.
Wed, 2006-06-07 12:54Kevin Grandia
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Jim Hoggan Starring on PlanetSave.com

Check out Jim's editorial piece posted by our friends in Maine at  Planetsave.com.  Thanks for helping us get the word out on the spin marring the debate on climate change!
Wed, 2006-06-07 11:16Jim Hoggan
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Inhofe's Congressional Spinmeister Takes to the Air

U.S. Environment and Public Works staff director Andrew Wheeler takes to the airwaves to defend the position of his boss, EPC Committee Chair Sen. James Inhofe (R-Okla.). Anyone who is subject to vertigo in the face of quickly changing reality should take a Gravol before reading or watching this link.
Wed, 2006-06-07 11:14Kevin Grandia
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Dr. Tim Ball On CFC's and the Sponsorship Scandal

CLICK HERE FOR AN UPDATED BIO OF TIM BALL (FEB.05, 2007)

Upon closer review of the recent Ottawa Citizen editorial board with the infamous climate change denier Dr. Tim Ball, we here at the DeSmogBlog Team have uncovered even further evidence about how outrageous Dr. Ball actually is.

In the PR world we call it staying on message, listen to this interview if you are interested in how not to do an interview. We here at the DeSmogBlog Team appreciate the PR practitioner providing Dr. Ball with the bad advice.

Wed, 2006-06-07 07:38Richard Littlemore
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Skeptics Conference: An Ideological Battleground

Now that the dust has settled over the Skeptics Society conference, the Environmental Wars, it's easy to see it as a microcosmic skirmish in the ideological war that is subsuming the U.S.(and increasingly the Canadian) debate about climate change.

We at the DeSmogBlog are guilty of sometimes oversimplifying this debate by suggesting that it is occurring between the most accomplished climate scientists in the world (as exemplified by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change) and a band of self-interested dissemblers who will do anything to defend the profitable status quo (as exemplified by ExxonMobile and Peabody Energy).

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