Thu, 2007-03-01 11:52Bill Miller
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Award-winning DeSmog author swipes at climate-change spin, gullible media

Ross Gelbspan, DeSmog writer who led an editorial team that won a Pulitzer Prize, says journalists have given far too much ink to industry-paid spin doctors out to clobber the scientific consensus around climate change and global warming. Gelbspan will take part in a panel discussion March 6 in Vancouver on media treatment of the issue, when he will point out how reporters have caved-in to the success of ExxonMobil and others in exploiting the traditional journalistic practice of giving balanced coverage.

Thu, 2007-03-01 11:12Bill Miller
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Climate change is as dangerous as war, says UN chief

In his first address on the subject, UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon said he would make climate crisis the focus of talks with leaders at a meeting of the Group of Eight industrialized nations – Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, Britain, the United States and Russia. He also urged the U.S. to take the lead in the fight against global warming.

Thu, 2007-03-01 10:40Bill Miller
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New vehicle design surpasses California’s emission standards

Engineers at the Union of Concerned Scientists have unveiled a minivan design for an affordable, clean vehicle using existing technology and fuels that would meet or exceed global-warming pollution standards for cars and trucks adopted by California and 10 other states.

Thu, 2007-03-01 09:57Bill Miller
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Arctic Inuit blame U.S. for global warming, take case to human-rights commission

Saying their traditional way of life is threatened ,the native people of northern Canada, Russia, Greenland and Alaska are taking their case against greenhouse-gas emissions to the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights.

Wed, 2007-02-28 10:00Bill Miller
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New evidence finds global warming triggers stronger Atlantic hurricanes

Atmospheric scientists have uncovered fresh evidence to support the hotly debated theory global warming has contributed to the emergence of stronger hurricanes in the Atlantic Ocean. The unsettling trend is confined to the Atlantic, however, and does not hold up in any of the world's other oceans. This should help resolve the controversy around two prominent studies connecting global warming and the onset of increasingly intense hurricanes.

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