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Leonardo DiCaprio’s Latest Alarmist Film Demands 100% Renewable Power

Short film ignores economics of renewables as celebrity environmentalist continues his green crusade.

Question Whether CO2 is a Pollutant and MSNBC's Schultz Calls it 'Psycho Talk'

Left-wing radio and TV host assails Rep. Joe Barton for pointing out a flaw in EPA's regulation of carbon dioxide as a pollutant.

'Nightly News' Finds Green Lining in High Gas Price Cloud

NBC reporter promotes high gas prices as a positive because they are forcing Americans to find ways to curb greenhouse gas emissions.

'Good Morning America's' Expert Blames Heat Wave on Greenhouse Gas Emissions

Stanford professor says carbon dioxide and methane 'we've added' are making it hotter; climatologist refutes that assertion.

Boxer: 'Recession' is 'Precisely' the Right Time for Economic Upheaval of Cap-and-Trade

California senator claims expensive legislation needed to avert war caused by global warming.

ABC Wants You to Fight Global Warming One Cheeseburger at a Time

'World News' correspondent worries about everyone's contributions toward stopping climate change, even though governments worldwide must 'attack' it, he says.

'Clean Air' Pioneer Predicts Carbon Cap-and-Trade Within Two Years

Environmental Defense Fund director says carbon cap inevitable based on the three remaining presidential choices.

'World News' Rips Scientist to Shreds for Being Global Warming 'Skeptic'

ABC pulls no punches in dismissing the work of physicist Fred Singer as 'fraudulent nonsense.'

'Evening News' Takes EPA to Task on CO2, Claims Supreme Court Gave an Order

CBS segment bashes agency for not being more aggressive in policing carbon in the wake of congressional hearing.

NBC: Cap-and-Trade System Would Magically Make Unaffordable Energy Affordable

'Nightly News' praises carbon-free solar energy plant, and says government regulation needed to make it more affordable.
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