Fri, 2006-06-09 08:38Ross Gelbspan
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Bush on Climate: Less Action and More Research? Not Really!

Despite President Bush's call for more research – instead of action – on the climate crisis, his administration has just scuttled three major programs to monitor drought and rainfall patterns, cloud formation and extreme weather patterns.

Thu, 2006-06-08 16:22Sarah Pullman
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An Inconvenient Truth - Tomorrow Night in Vancouver

Tomorrow night is the opening of An Inconvenient Truth here in Vancouver!

The DeSmogBlog team will be at the 7:20 showing at Tinseltown, handing out our lovely stickers and taking in the show. We'd love to meet any readers in attendance – please don't hesitate to introduce yourself if you spot us.

Here's a link to some online reviews of the film so far. And if you want to see the trailer, it's up on Youtube here.

Hope to see you there…
Thu, 2006-06-08 12:23Ross Gelbspan
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Exxon Muzzles Its Own Board Members

Exxon Mobil Corp. has declined a request from pension fund trustees in seven states, including California, and New York City to discuss global warming with independent board members of the oil giant. The company said that instead, managers would meet with the pension officials this summer.
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

Check out Jim's editorial piece posted by our friends in Maine at  Thanks for helping us get the word out on the spin marring the debate on climate change!


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