Fri, 2007-06-15 10:25Kevin Grandia
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AccuWeather - the "unbias" source for all your skeptic news

I've been watching AccuWeather.com for a while now, and they have just unleashed a very strange new front for the global warming denier movement.

AccuWeather's very professionally done video blog section, “Headline Earth,” is touting itself as providing “an unbias look at the global warming debate.” And to prove how unbias they really are, they provide none other than Pat Michaels as their featured interview.

And who will they be airing on their next episode? None other than Dr. Fred Singer. 

Fri, 2007-06-15 09:56Ross Gelbspan
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One Way To Fight Global Warming Is To Trust the Sky!

There is a way to slash emission of greenhouse gases that's politically practical. It's called a “sky trust” and it's roughly analogous to the Alaska Permanent Fund, which since 1976 has sent every Alaska resident a dividend check each year with a share of the state's oil revenues.

The notion of a huge public trust begins with two simple ideas that have the potential to cut the Gordian knot on energy policy. The notion is the brainchild of Peter Barnes, author of Capitalism 3.0.

Fri, 2007-06-15 08:09Ross Gelbspan
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Whose Nose is Longer: Pinocchio's or ExxonMobil's?

ExxonMobil criticised Greenpeace, the Kyoto treaty and the European carbon trading system yesterday but insisted it was not a “climate change denier” and said it wanted to play a constructive role in countering global warming.
Thu, 2007-06-14 11:13Bill Miller
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Mt. Kilimanjaro is a bad example of a point well taken

An American scientist says popular photographs of the African peak’s disappearing ice cover may not be evidence of global warming, but the melting of just about every other glacier on the planet certainly is.

Thu, 2007-06-14 10:25Bill Miller
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Drug makers may profit from disease in global warming scourge

A new study says climate change will trigger a rise in respiratory ills and infectious diseases by 2020 in some countries, with malaria, cholera, diphtheria and dengue fever resurfacing in areas where they were eradicated more than 60 years ago.

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