Tue, 2007-04-10 07:36Kevin Grandia
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Ever heard of the "Natural Resource Stewardship Project?" Brown University has.

If Brown University newspaper's Don Trella ever wants a job writing at DSBlog, we would love to chat. Check out Trella's piece on Tom Harris and the NRSP. A couple of good quotes:

The NRSP is a coalition whose leadership includes about half of the last handful of climate scientists of note who reject global warming as a “myth.” 

 Ironically, they realize their position is so out of the mainstream, they have to use a name that not only belies their true purpose but in fact implies they are environmentalists.

Mon, 2007-04-09 16:35Kevin Grandia
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Hi Heartland, it's DSBlog, are you there??

DeSmog Debate Challenge
Mon, 2007-04-09 11:18Richard Littlemore
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National Post: Defending the Insensible

Here's a vintage piece from Canada's National Post, a long non sequitur that presumes to prove that CO2 is not threat - by calling it benign and by suggesting that there really isn't that much of it around.

Update I: Gunter's column was re-published in the Vancouver Sun today .

Mon, 2007-04-09 10:36Ross Gelbspan
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Warming pushing Aussie sea life south

Global warming is starting to have a significant impact on Australian marine life, driving fish and seabirds south and threatening coral reefs. Already, nesting sea turtles, yellow-fin tuna, dugongs and stinging jellyfish are examples of marine life moving south as seas warm, said the report by the government-backed Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation.
Sat, 2007-04-07 12:21Ross Gelbspan
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It's Just A Matter of Degree

This graphic by National Environmental Trust indicates the changes we can expect to see from each new degree of warming.


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