Environment

New York Times Buries Admission of Self Interest in Chevron Story

Not until 24th paragraph does paper admit it supported court brief against oil giant.

Gas Prices Back Above $3, Networks Don't Question Obama Policies

Gas prices are "soaring" again, crossing the $3-a-gallon threshold on Dec. 23 for the first time since Oct. 17, 2008. Back then the benchmark was a relief as prices plunged from the highest price ...

More Front-Page Climate Fears: the 'Runaway Train' of Carbon Dioxide Levels

Justin Gillis has another scary front-page story on global warming: "Fossil fuel emissions, they say, are like a runaway train, hurtling the world's citizens toward a stone wall - a carbon dioxide ...

Tom Friedman's Latest Silliness: U.S. Military 'Out-Greening' Al Qaeda and the Taliban

Yes, he's serious: "at a time when a fraudulent, anti-science campaign funded largely by Big Oil and Big Coal has blocked Congress from passing any clean energy/climate bill - is the fact that the ...

John Broder Warns: The Climate Is Coming After Us

Reporter John Broder personalizes the weather to foster global warming alarmism: "The climate itself was not waiting for the outcome of the talks. An analysis of average global temperatures ...

Bolivian President Calls for Death of Capitalism, Climate Tribunal

Evo Morales Cancun summit speech reveals radical anti-capitalist intentions of warming movement.

Bloomberg BusinessWeek's Eric Pooley: Inhofe 'Was Right' About U.S. Climate Bill

Global warming alarmist admits senator's prediction about cap-and-trade legislation was correct; portrays ClimateGate as step back.

ClimateGate 1 Year Later: Networks Barely Cover Scandal, But Defend and 'Exonerate' Accused Scientists

Climate controversy shook public's faith in global warming science, but not network news media's. Reporters downplayed allegations, defended the science and turned accused into victims.

Economist Bjorn Lomborg's New Film Says 'Cool It' to Warming Scare Tactics

'The Skeptical Environmentalist' calls for rational climate change debate, policies.

CNN's Chetry Worried Public is Taking Steps Backward on Global Warming

American Morning host interviews explorer attempting to draw attention to global warming and expresses concern over an increasingly skeptical public.
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