Mon, 2006-10-23 10:53Richard Littlemore
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Climate Advice From Bloomberg.com

“Reducing your carbon footprint will not only make a difference environmentally, it will lower your home-operating expenses, simplify your lifestyle and free up more money to save for your financial goals.”

If it's clear enough to the opinion makers at Bloomberg News, it should be clear enough to us all.
Mon, 2006-10-23 09:41Richard Littlemore
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NRSP Team Finally Earns Publishing Credit

Just a week after I marvelled (see, NRSP: Not Really Serious People) at the low profile being maintained by Canada's newest “environmental organization” (see, NRSP: Not Really Science People), the NRSP principals, Tim Ball and Tom Harris pop up with a column - where else, but on Canada Free Press.

Ball and Harris go on the attack against Canada's Johanne Gélinas, Canada's Commissioner of Environment and Sustainable Development. Gélinas, whose job is to audit “how well the federal government is meeting its environmental and sustainable development commitments,” earned the NRSP's wrath by releasing a report in September, suggesting that the last federal adminstration had done an appalling job dealing with climate change. Ball and Harris were particularly offended that Gelinas said this:
Mon, 2006-10-23 08:45Ross Gelbspan
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Carbon Trading: "Bad for the South, Bad for the North, Bad for the Climate"

An exhaustively-documented new book says that the  “carbon trading” approach to climate change is both ineffective and unjust. 

Mon, 2006-10-23 07:53Ross Gelbspan
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Skeptic Christy Extols "Benefits" of Coming Weather Extremes

Even as the National Center for Atmospheric Research projects a big jump in extreme weather events in North America, the Mediterranean and Brazil,  longtime skeptic John Christy manages to con the press into “balancing” the story. 
Sat, 2006-10-21 08:21Richard Littlemore
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Canadian Tories Have Their Heads in the Tar Sands

Alberta Tar SandsReally excellent Thomas Homer-Dixon column in the Globe and Mail today, though with a sorrowful conclusion:

We (in Canada) need a federal government with a sense of urgency about the problem, the guts to act, and the commonsense recognition that government must play a major role in Canada's response. Instead, right now, we have a federal government with its head stuck in the tar sands.

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