Tue, 2006-11-21 14:01Kevin Grandia
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Sponsors pull plug on Tech Central Station

Looks like former tobacco spin doctor Doug Goodyear's DCI Group is getting with the times and letting loose it's controversial TCSDaily project. As many know, the ExxonMobil sweetheart TCSDaily has been a bastion of the climate change denial movement for quite some time now. You also may remember that DCI Group was embroiled in a bit of controversy lately over a YouTube Al Gore spoof video they produced and posted under the guise of 29-year old amatuer filmmaker.

Tue, 2006-11-21 11:59Richard Littlemore
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Reviewer Stumbles Over an Inexplicable Truth

There is a problem with Al Gore as a climate change champion: he somehow brings out the worst in a certain group of people - people like Metro Toronto movie reviewer Rick McGinnis.

McGinnis demonstrates in this review that he dislikes Gore, because he's successful, because he's rich, because he was a Democrat, because he is passionate and has a conscience - because he got off his butt after “losing” the 2001 election and found something useful to do.

What McGinnies DOESN'T demonstrate is that he was paying attention when he sat down to review An Inconvenient Truth.
Mon, 2006-11-20 19:22Kevin Grandia
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Real Climate blasts Singer and Avery's junk science

Ever wonder what real science looks like, compared to the junk science of those who say climate change is nothing to worry about? If yes, then check out a fresh post by our friends at RealClimate.org.
Mon, 2006-11-20 12:32Bill Miller
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Poll: 72% believe life on earth to end as we know it

Nearly three quarters of B.C. residents believe life on earth as we know it will end in two to three generations unless severe and immediate action is taken against global warming, results of a Vancouver Sun poll suggest.
Mon, 2006-11-20 10:10Bill Miller
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Prodded by criticism at home and abroad, Canada warms to Kyoto protocol

The Canadian government appears to be warming to the Kyoto protocol after a week of heavy fire both at home and abroad for its refusal to meet binding targets to reduce greenhouse gas emissions between 2008 and 2012.


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