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Wed, 2007-04-18 13:55Bill Miller
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Bush Administration subjects environment to ‘Texas chainsaw management,’ writer says

The White House has handed more than 100 top environmental posts to representatives of polluting industries, says an article in Vanity Fair, and no president has mounted a more sustained and deliberate assault on America’s environment than George W. Bush, whose administration has promoted and implemented more than 400 measures that eviscerate 30 years of environmental policy.

Wed, 2007-04-04 11:11Kevin Grandia
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Bush Ignores Supreme Court, continues legacy of carbon denial and confusion

With Bush brushing off yesterday's landmark global warming decision by the Supreme Court we continue to recrod for posterity what will no doubt be a legacy of foot-dragging and global warming denial by the Bush administration.

We have seen reports of political interference in global warming science spanning most of Bush's tenure as president.

Tue, 2007-04-03 17:36Richard Littlemore
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EPA Decision Repudiates White House Position

A memo leaked exclusively to the DeSmogBlog demostrates how completely the U.S. Supreme Court decision forcing the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to regulate greenhouse gas emissions is a repudiation of the Bush administration's position.

The leaked memo is drafted by none other than former White House advisor and current ExxonMobil employee, Phil Cooney , and bears the title: “Whether API [American Petroleum Institute] shouldseek to coordinate a multi-industry, trade group response to petition for EPA rulemaking of four greenhouse gases under the Clean Air Act.”

Wed, 2007-03-28 12:52Bill Miller
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US admin. interference with climate science exposed in whistleblower report

The watchdog Government Accountability Project has released a 138-page report (pdf.) on the White House-orchestrated plot to suppress climate-change research that deviated from Bush administration policy.

Here's a realplayer webcast of the House Science Committee hearing where the report was release today.

Wed, 2007-03-28 10:28Kevin Grandia
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Hot off the Press: new report on White House war on climate science released

This just landed on DSBlog's desk, the 138-page report (pdf.) titled Redacting the Science of Climate Change: an investigative and synthesis report released today by the Government Accountability Project. In-depth coverage by DSBlog to follow.
Mon, 2007-03-26 10:53Bill Miller
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Investors urge government to tackle climate change – for business' sake

A global coalition of investors managing $4-trillion US in assets has called on the U.S. Congress, the Securities and Exchange Commission and the White House to approve stronger policies to control global warming, saying the competitiveness of U.S. businesses hinges on developing clean technology.

Tue, 2007-03-20 19:41Bill Miller
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Former White House official doctored global-warming reports to undercut scientific findings

The official made 181 changes in three climate reports to emphasize uncertainties surrounding the science of climate change and undermine widespread conclusions that man-made emissions are warming earth. Shortly thereafter, the official, a former oil-industry lobbyist, left the White House to work at Exxon Mobil Corp.

Thu, 2007-03-08 09:29Bill Miller
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U.S. stifles officials from responding to global warming questions

Internal memorandums circulated in Alaska’s federal Fish and Wildlife Service appear to muzzle government biologists traveling abroad in Arctic countries from discussing climate change, polar bears or sea ice without official authorization. Only those who “understand the administration’s position” can talk to the issues.

Mon, 2007-03-05 10:25Bill Miller
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Long-awaited report shows continued rise in carbon emissions in U.S.

Not surprisingly, Bush Administration officials are putting a positive spin on the report, which sees an 11 per cent increase in emissions during the decade ending in 2012. But an assortment of experts on climate trends say the result is unacceptable given rising evidence of risks from unabated global warming.

Tue, 2007-02-20 09:43Bill Miller
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New York urged to follow California in pushing Washington on global warming

Calling climate change “a cause that needs all the friends it can get,” the New York Times says Governor Eliot Spitzer of New York should join Arnold Schwarzenegger and commit to more ambitious goals for emission reduction.

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