With one exception, none of the Republicans running for the Senate — including the 20 or so with a serious chance of winning — accept the scientific consensus that humans are largely responsible for global warming.
|By: Jim Moss Monday October 18, 2010 7:00 pm|
|By: Jim Moss Monday October 18, 2010 6:27 am|
There is great concern and potential for action on climate change in the general public. The problem is that most people feel that it’s the government’s job to change things, or that the individual citizen is powerless in the face of such a daunting challenge. With some fresh ideas and renewed efforts at coordination, I hope we can change that.
|By: Edger Monday October 18, 2010 5:01 am|
“Questioning growth is deemed to be the act of lunatics, idealists and revolutionaries. But question it we must.”
“the only thing that has actually remotely slowed down the relentless rise of carbon emissions over the last two to three decades is recession.”
– Tim Jackson
|By: TheMediaConsortium Friday October 15, 2010 8:00 am|
Weekly Mulch: When Will Our Water Be Clean?
|By: Consumer Watchdog Wednesday October 13, 2010 1:12 pm|
If you walk through the heart of Times Square today and look up at the 520 sq. ft. CBS superscreen on 42nd St., you’re going to be introduced to the largest oil company you’ve never heard of: Koch Industries.
|By: Jim Moss Monday October 11, 2010 6:05 am|
When it comes to the climate change debate, anecdotal evidence is often misused by both sides.
|By: mafr Friday October 8, 2010 2:17 pm|
Climate scientist says a Republican Senate or House will spell total disaster on climate change.
|By: Jim Moss Thursday October 7, 2010 3:56 pm|
The American public is remarkably unconcerned about climate changed. For several years, attitudes about the climate change have been shifting toward apathy and denial.
|By: Philip Radford Thursday October 7, 2010 7:57 am|
The President’s National Oil Spill Commission released preliminary findings from its investigation into BP’s oil spill disaster in the Gulf of Mexico. Read about how the White House hid the truth on the spill.
|By: Jim Moss Tuesday October 5, 2010 6:44 am|
The Kerry-Graham-Lieberman bill was likely the last hope for major climate-change legislation for a number of years. With Obama on the defensive and unwilling to spend political capital on the issue, and with Congress certainly getting more Republican in November, a great window of opportunity has been missed.