Wed, 2006-11-29 13:03Kevin Grandia
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Public Service Canada "outraged" at government climate change cuts

While 10,000 EPA employees signed a petition demanding Congress address global warming – and the muzzling of government scientists, here in Canada the Professional Institute of the Public Service of Canada has followed up with their own climate change demands.
Wed, 2006-11-29 12:13Ross Gelbspan
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Justice Scalia, No Scientist, Turns to Comedy Instead!

Scalia leaves Supreme Court petitioners up in the air!

The US Supreme Court heard the first case to involve global warming. The case, titled Massachusetts v. EPA, was brought by a dozen states and 13 environmental organizations to force the Environmental Protection Agency to regulate greenhouse gas emissions.

During the arguments, Justice Antonin Scalia provided some comic relief. According to press reports, Scalia prompted laughter when he questioned whether carbon dioxide was an air pollutant or a stratosphere pollutant.”Respectfully, your honor, it is not the stratosphere. It's the troposphere,” said Milkey, referring to atmospheric layers that can be affected by pollution.

Wed, 2006-11-29 10:59Ross Gelbspan
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Antarctic Ice Shelf Set to Collapse -- But When?

The Ross Ice Shelf, a massive piece of ice the size of France, could break off without warning causing a dramatic rise in sea levels, warn New Zealand scientists working in Antarctica. A New Zealand-led ice drilling team has recovered three million years of climate history from samples which gives clues as to what may happen in the future. And it's not comforting.
Wed, 2006-11-29 10:01Ross Gelbspan
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Reps for 10,000 EPA Scientists and Staff File Mass Petition to Address Warming -- And Censorship

Bush Administration proves inept – even at muzzling!

The major representative bodies for ten thousand some-odd EPA (Environmental Protection Agency) scientists, engineers and technical specialists have signed a petition demanding Congress address global warming – and the muzzling of government scientists.

Tue, 2006-11-28 17:36Ross Gelbspan
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Lovelock to Earth: " We're Toast!"

Where are the credible skeptics when we really need them?

The earth has a fever that could boost temperatures by 8 degrees Celsius making large parts of the surface uninhabitable and threatening billions of peoples' lives, according to British scientist James Lovelock.

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