Mon, 2007-07-16 10:08Bill Miller
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Global warming puts nuclear power on the hot seat in climate-change struggle

As greenhouse-gas emissions continue to build in the atmosphere, nuclear power is emerging from the shadows in the struggle to curb climate change. More than a decade after a nuclear plant was completed in the U.S., the Bush administration now touts it as a possible solution and the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change hasn’t ruled it out. And the U.S.’s leading nuclear research lab is working to render the controversial source a safe alternative to fossil fuels.

Sat, 2007-07-14 11:28Richard Littlemore
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Energy Lobbyist Dupes London (Ontario) Newspaper

Galling as it is to be part of the publicity machine for the phony Natural Resources Stewardship Project (think Not Really Science People), I have to congratulate Tom Harris on his recent coup - appearing as a commentator in the London (Ontario) Free Press opposite Elizabeth May, leader of the Green Party of Canada.
Fri, 2007-07-13 22:37Emily Murgatroyd
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Ask a Ninja about Global Warming

Famous “Ask a Ninja” talks about global warming as only a Ninja could.

Fri, 2007-07-13 13:08Kevin Grandia
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Online poll: vote for your favorite part of the Jones interview with Martin "Swindle" Durkin

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polls What is your favorite part of the ABC Interview “Swindle” filmmaker Martin Durkin?
Everyone is Wrong but Durkin
Climate Scientist Don’t Understand Even the Basics
Dude What’s Up With Your Graph?
Oh, I Forgot My Graph Was 25 Years Old!
No Flaws, No Flaws, No Flaws

Fri, 2007-07-13 12:02Bill Miller
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India leads world in climate-change concern, study finds

The surprise finding, announced by HSBC, the world’s fourth-largest corporation, showed India leading both the developed and developing worlds – far ahead of the UK, France, Germany and the US. HSBC said it shatters the widely held myth of the industrialized world leading the pack on global warming.

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