Wed, 2006-05-03 11:23Alex Vondette

The Global Warming Denial Lobby

We're delighted to see some media attention by our friends at The Tyee to the important issue of climate change and the PR pollution around the subject.  

Check out Donald Gutstein's piece (reprinted below), “The Global Warming Denial Lobby”, where he discusses the schemes of climate change skeptics.

Thu, 2006-04-27 11:25Alex Vondette

Why trust science? It's way too controversial!

Check out this clever Doonesbury cartoon that appeared in newspapers across North America on March 5, 2006.

Why feel constrained by those pesky facts? Just apply the principles of “situational science” - respect both sides of a scientific argument, not just the one supported by facts, and voilà, your argument just got a whole lot easier!

Thu, 2006-04-27 08:50Ross Gelbspan
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Climate Scientists Shred Hurricane Skeptic Gray's Citing of Inhofe, Crichton

“I anticipate global temperature conditions will change as they have in the past. I expect to live to see the start of a global cooling pattern and the discrediting of most of the anthropogenic warming arguments. The world has more serious problems to worry about.” William Gray, US hurricane forecaster

Wed, 2006-04-26 11:30Richard Littlemore
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Judging a Man by the Company He Keeps

Check out the Coalblog for some un-emancipated opinions on climate change. And check their favourite “experts” (Tim Patterson, for one) against the list of usual suspects who are seen to be challenging the science in every venue and on every occasion.

Wed, 2006-04-26 07:05Ross Gelbspan
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Harper Government Mulls C.O.P. Out

 Canada backs Kyoto alternative group


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