Thu, 2007-01-18 12:51Kevin Grandia
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Economic Elite to Discuss Warming Concerns

For an issue that a small, but vocal, band of “skeptics ” says isn't anything to worry about, the business and political elite of the world sure seem to think it is.

Global warming is at the top of the list of priorities for discussion at the upcoming World Economic Forum held in Davos, Switzerland. 2,400 business leaders, including 900 company chief executives and heads of state will be in attendance. 

Wed, 2007-01-17 15:45Bill Miller
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Science meet religion. Religion meet science.

A new alliance of scientists and religious leaders has reached a first-ever agreement to join forces in defense of life on earth. Representatives of the group are meeting with members of Congress today and tomorrow, and they have requested a meeting with President Bush.

Wed, 2007-01-17 12:33Emily Murgatroyd
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Look ma, no bills

A New Jersey man, funded by a mix of public, private and personal money, has created the first home in the US that generates all of its own electricity through a combination of solar and hydrogen power.
Wed, 2007-01-17 09:21Richard Littlemore
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National Post Heralds Another Denier

“With the evolution of megacities, we now seem to feel that we are powerful enough to change the environment at our whim.”

Dr. Fred Michel in the National Post

The problem of climate change is not one of changing the environment “at our whim;” the problem is that we have been changing it inadvertently. Which means the question is not whether we are powerful enough to affect the environment around us…

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.

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