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Business Isn’t Usual Anymore

9/23/2009 // By Larry Schweiger

Today at 3 pm Eastern time Dr. Stephen Schneider of Stanford is hosting a free seminar: “Meaning of Business as Usual.” Since the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change issued its report in 2007, climate impacts are unfolding faster and climate […] Read more >

The Real Enemies: Liberal Media, Pop Culture, Hollywood Elites

3/4/2008 // By Miles Grant

I went to a session at the Heartland Institute’s conference in New York City yesterday called “Climate Change Politics.” Guess what didn’t come up until the Q&A? Politics. So what did the panelists talk about? Those reliable conservative bogeymen, the […] Read more >

Gore: A tireless voice from the wilderness, for the wilderness

10/12/2007 // By Alisha Fowler

It’s official – a rumor that Al Gore would be awarded the Nobel Peace Prize has become truth today! Al Gore was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize today, along with the UN Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), for their […] Read more >

Public Opinion on Global Warming

3/23/2007 // By Josh Nelson

With the recent attention raised by Al Gore’s Oscar-Award winning documentary and testimony, the findings of the IPCC, and widespread media attention, global warming is clearly one of the hottest (ha) issues of 2007.  The big story that isn’t getting […] Read more >

Rush is Mush: Limbaugh Denies Global Warming Impact on Polar Bears

3/9/2007 // By NWF

Poor Rush. He’s now reduced to calling weathermen liars and people who care about the plight of the polar bear wackos. Next he’ll be stealing candy from babies. Now, if the polar bears are disappearing and you’re up there on […] Read more >

“Well According to Phil…oh and the IPCC”

2/3/2007 // By Kristin Johnson

Yesterday was a big day in the global warming news cycle. The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change released a report saying it is “very likely” (at least a 90 percent chance) that human activities are causing the warming of the […] Read more >

Beach House for Sale—Cheap

11/28/2006 // By Larry Schweiger

The historic trend of rising sea-levels during the period of the industrial revolution and into modern times is unmistakable.  For beach lovers, let me make just one suggestion, don’t buy that beach house now.  The price will be coming down […] Read more >

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