Wednesday, April 04, 2007

Global Warming Articles in last two days

Round up for April 4, 2007
From Marc Morano, Comm. Dir. Senate Environment and Public Works Committee (EPW) Inhofe Staff

Is Global Warming a hot issue? Well, just look at a sampling from two day's news on it...

Reuters questions media's description of global warming as 'Armageddon,' 'terrifying' or a 'crisis'

Scientist dismisses climate models: 'We can’t make long-term predictions of the climate'

Gore booed, heckled by students as Canadian University- Protesters shout: "What about your swimming pools?"

Queen Elizabeth Seeks to Cut Carbon Footprint

DiCaprio in Vanity Fair: 'We find ourselves on the brink. It's clear humans have had a devastating impact on our planet's ecological web of life'

Boston Globe: The push to get Gore to run heats up

Greens all talk, no action on global-warming cuts

Inflation could rise on global warming

UK’s Mike Hulme: 'Scientists - and politicians - must trade (normal) truth for influence'

'Talking' surveillance cameras that tell people when they litter or engage in anti-social behavior debut in UK

Ads Challenge Al Gore to Debate Global Warming

Zoning change makes Gore's home one step closer to getting solar panels

Networks rush to cover Dr. Bill Gray's hurricane predictions, but leave out the fact that he thinks the world might cool again soon

CEO Lashes Out at Gore: 'He is more dangerous than his global warming'

Actor Jake Gyllenhaal paid $10k to plant trees in Africa to offset his carbon footprint

William F. Buckley: Business of Global Warming Feels a Lot Like Inquisition

BBC Poll: Two-thirds of world worried by warming, U.S. lags

Itchy eyes? Sneezing? Don't blame Allergies -Blame man-made C02 emissions for 'stimulating plants'


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