Hunting for Solutions

Over 670 fishing and hunting organizations, representing millions of Americans have banded together to call on the US government to enact strong global warming legislation.

H/T to Think Progress .

Marketing Professor Scott Armstrong at the New York Climate Change "Skeptics" Conference

Scott Armstrong is a Marketing Professor at the University of Pennsylvania and is listed as a speaker at the “2008 International Conference on Climate Change,” being organized by the ExxonMobil and Philip Morris-friendly Heartland Institute.

Below is a list of other briefing notes we have completed on speakers for the “2008 International Conference on Climate Change:”

Will Alexander

Scott Armstrong

Climate Change Denial: State of the Art

Somebody sent me this Toronto Sun piece the other day and I tried to ignore it. Seriously, in two short paragraphs, columnist Lorrie Goldstein dismisses we “global warming fanatics” as unreasonable, indecent, insensible, absurd, disgusting, juvenile, half-baked, self-righteous and mindless propagandists.

He then lays out a careful scientific argument that convincingly refutes the global scientific consensus on climate change … no, I'm kidding. He just goes on being insulting for his entire 600-word budget.

Perhaps we should take heart that the opposition has been reduced to this ….

Briefing Note on Jay Lehr Climate "Skeptics" Conference Speaker

Here's a briefing note we've prepared on Jay Lehr, “Senior Fellow” for the Heartland Institute. Lehr is listed as a speaker at the “2008 International Conference on Climate Change,” being organized by the ExxonMobil and Philip Morris-friendly Heartland Institute.

Below is a list of other briefing notes we have completed on speakers for the “2008 International Conference on Climate Change:”

Will Alexander

Dennis Avery

Robert P. Murphy at the New York Climate Change "Skeptics" Conference

Robert M. Murphy, an economist with the Institute for Energy Research is listed as a speaker at the “2008 International Conference on Climate Change,” being organized by the ExxonMobil and Philip Morris-friendly Heartland Institute.

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