Think of the possibilities. Lisa Friedman of Environment & Energy Publishing reports:
Former Vice President Al Gore today will announce a new 24-hour global campaign aimed at recharging the climate change debate.
Dubbed “24 Hours of Reality,” the Sept. 14-15 event will ...
The Non-Alternative Alternatives
Bjørn Lomborg indeed does a very good job of pointing out the obvious: “A green future will not result from subsidizing immature technology . . . . Wind and solar power are not yet competitive.” But then he goes on to ...
Don't Let Elites Drive You Around
This story has gotten some attention since the Scientific Alliance mentioned it in its newsletter, which I circulated at the time under the headline, “Holy Anti-auto Statism: Meet your future, one that certain people might be asked in coming ...
This Is Your Brain on Environmentalism
I just read “Today’s Tsunami: This Is What Climate Change Looks Like.” It’s just as ghoulishly opportunistic as Al Gore’s blaming the 2008 cyclone in Burma on global warming.
Following their logic: weather&...
Lightbulb Fails to Go On for George Will
George F. Will writes a paean to new House Energy and Commerce Committee chairman Fred Upton today. It includes this third paragraph:
The capacious jurisdiction of Upton’s committee will allow him, if he so desires, to issue the biblical ...
He now can say he’s seen the future and it doesn’t quite work. Over 20 percent of it anyway . . .
OVIEDO, SPAIN – Secretary of the Interior Ken Salazar today will hold a news media teleconference, along with U.S. ...
Bolivia Recognizes Natural Rights -- For Nature
The Guardian reports:
Bolivia is set to pass the world’s first laws granting all nature equal rights to humans.
So I can sue nature. About time.
The Evil Empire: Them Googlers Act Fast
After ICECAP posted this item, noting Google’s activism and hiring as an adviser an academic whose name and address pop up with some frequency in the ClimateGate emails, Google flagged ICECAP’s website with this warning, discouraging ...
Climate and energy czar Carol Browner, a former commissioner of the Socialist International whom the president appointed to a previously non-existent position to avoid the Senate confirmation process, is stepping down from her post. Some knowledgeable sources say Browner is ...