Tue, 2007-01-16 10:41Ross Gelbspan
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Clear-Cutting Conventional Climate Wisdom

While preserving and restoring forests is unquestionably good for the natural environment, new scientific studies are concluding that preservation and restoration of forests outside the tropics will do little or nothing to help slow climate change. And some projects intended to slow the heating of the planet may be accelerating it instead.
Tue, 2007-01-16 07:23Ross Gelbspan
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Why Is The Sky Falling? US Won't Pay To Find Out

The government's ability to understand and predict hurricanes, drought and climate changes of all kinds is in danger because of deep cuts facing many Earth satellite programs and major delays in launching some of its most important new instruments.
Mon, 2007-01-15 13:40Bill Miller
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Vancouver credit-union official joins climate-change crusade

The top executive at British Columbia’s largest credit union attended training sessions recently on how to make the case for action against global warming.

Mon, 2007-01-15 12:25Kevin Grandia
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Charlie Rose on Global Warming and Renewable Energy

A must watch! Charlie Rose hosts a show on global warming, renewable energy and green technology. As usual, Rose puts on a comprehensive and thought-provoking show. The file is quite large, if it doesn't load, check it out here.


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Mon, 2007-01-15 10:11Bill Miller
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Brazil adopts plan to boost deforestation in the Amazon

The Brazilian government has announced the first-ever introduction of large-scale logging in its tropical rain forest despite the potential impact on global warming. Logging in the remote Amazonian heartland will be “monitored” by a new and untested government agency and local officials.

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