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'Nightly News' Finds Green Lining in High Gas Price Cloud
7/16/2008 8:18 AM ET
NBC reporter promotes high gas prices as a positive because they are forcing Americans to find ways to curb greenhouse gas emissions.
NBC Promotes Green Agenda in G-8 Summit Report
7/7/2008 10:38 AM ET
'Nightly News' blasts U.S. government for inaction on climate change and promotes expensive Japanese efforts.
'Evening News' Portrays $7 Gas as Positive
6/27/2008 8:51 AM ET
CBS reporter finds favorable aspects of expensive fuel: less traffic congestion and a happy global warming activist.
NBC Uses Shaky Intelligence to Fan Flames of Global Warming Alarmism
6/26/2008 8:03 AM ET
'Nightly News' portrays climate change as a threat to national security based on 'low- to medium-confidence' report findings.
'Good Morning America's' Expert Blames Heat Wave on Greenhouse Gas Emissions
6/9/2008 3:20 PM ET
Stanford professor says carbon dioxide and methane 'we've added' are making it hotter; climatologist refutes that assertion.
'World News' Rips Scientist to Shreds for Being Global Warming 'Skeptic'
3/24/2008 11:12 AM ET
ABC pulls no punches in dismissing the work of physicist Fred Singer as 'fraudulent nonsense.'
NASA's Hansen Calls for No Coal by 2030
3/20/2008 9:49 AM ET
Global warming alarmist advocates complete eradication of coal-fired plants 'if humanity wishes to preserve a planet similar to that on which civilization developed.'
McCain Pushes 'Cap-And-Trade' Plan to Fight Global Warming
3/19/2008 12:40 PM ET
GOP candidate promotes working with Europe on climate change, but only wants to 'encourage' involvement of 'rest of the world.'
NBC: Cap-and-Trade System Would Magically Make Unaffordable Energy Affordable
3/14/2008 8:26 AM ET
'Nightly News' praises carbon-free solar energy plant, and says government regulation needed to make it more affordable.
IPCC Report Author Estimates $800 Billion Annual Cost to Capture Carbon from Power Plants
10/25/2007 3:49 PM ET
Stanford Professor Ken Caldeira assigns price tag 'for carbon capture and storage costs in ideal locations.'
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