5/18/2009 2:19 PM ET
Lomborg: 'If it really were true that Manhattan will be 20 feet underwater in 10 years, there would be no time to reverse global warming anyway.'
5/11/2009 12:06 PM ET
Annie Leonard's "The Story of Stuff" portrays corporations as a bloated person sporting a top hat and with a dollar sign etched on its front. Very subtle!
5/4/2009 7:08 AM ET
One-sided segment uses misleading footage, biased sources and omits key points to perpetrate scheme by Ecuadoran government, friend of Obama.
4/23/2009 9:29 AM ET
ABC correspondent Bill Blakemore recycles one-sided calamitous predictions, insists humans must agree to cut carbon emissions.
4/22/2009 2:30 PM ET
Poppy Harlow mentions EPA estimate of higher energy prices, but doesn't include other projections and criticisms of legislation.
4/10/2009 12:06 PM ET
The Times tries to discredit anti-global-warming activist Marc Morano by linking him to some of their favorite villains: Exxon, the Swift Boat Veterans, and Richard Mellon Scaife.
4/7/2009 8:57 AM ET
NBC chief environmental affairs correspondent alleges melting ice is 'a situation made worse by manmade global warming that now needs a manmade solution.'
4/6/2009 1:07 PM ET
Publisher will add eco-reporting to all issues; admits financial crisis has taken focus off environment.
4/2/2009 12:00 AM ET
Sesame Street: 'green' indoctrination for the pre-school set.
3/30/2009 2:22 PM ET
The Times belatedly realizes the new bulbs are no environmental panacea: "It sounds like such a simple thing to do: buy some new light bulbs, screw them in, save the planet. But a lot of people ...