The following article is a guest post by H. E. Taylor, who you might recognize as the one who graciously provides us with the weekly GW news roundups. Enjoy! Prospects for Change in Canadian Climate Policy In short, the prospects are bleak and are likely to be driven from the United States. Let me explain. … Continue reading Prospects for Change in Canadian Climate Policy
We have discussed that persistent question here before: what word to use when talking about people who simply refuse to acknowledge in the slightest the rather solid case for the theory of anthropogenic global warming. I was thinking it would be worth a very in depth and lengthy post. But I gratefully bow to Greenfyre's … Continue reading What’s in a name?
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A growing number of think tanks sound good for the environment but advocate for industries that could cause environmental headaches. (You think Americans for Balanced Energy Choices touts solar power? Nope.) Try to match the groups with their mission. More in depth examination of the front group industry here.
I know blogs are supposed to be all about up to the second news and gossip. but sometimes I just don't get through my reading list in a very timely manner, what can I say? So I thought I would just quickly share a small pile of good postings from around the local climate blogosphere, … Continue reading Echos from around the local chamber
"While we have been working on the economy, the Opposition has been working on a backroom deal to overturn the results of the last election without seeking the consent of voters," Harper said. "They want to take power, not earn it." So says Stephen Harper, Prime Minister of Canada Of course, if the will of … Continue reading Harper tells us what democracy is
Sipping from the internet firehose... This weekly posting is brought to you courtesy of H.E.Taylor. Happy reading, I hope you enjoy this week's Global Warming news roundup (skip to bottom) November 30, 2008 Top Stories:Poznan, Recession Gambits, ICE, Mandate Survey NW Passage, Greenland Geopolitics, Wilkins, Icebergs Calving, Romm & Revkin, Late Comments Food Crisis, Food … Continue reading Another Week of GW News, November 30, 2008