The Republican Party wants to make oil the critical issue in the 2008 election. But the misdirected focus will be a fatal flaw for the Republicans if they stick to the “oil or nothing” strategy.
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The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has committed more than $1 million to assess the economic and technical feasibility of recovering and using methane from coal mines in China.
Subsumed for a small time by the socialist agenda, liberalism may be set for a resurgence in the United Kingdom.
This cartoon is a result on Palin’s recent shift on Global Warming. The change in position has caused her poor environmental record to receive more scrutiny.
Alaska Governor and Republican vice-presidential candidate Sarah Palin performed what some might call a ‘flip-flop,’ in regards to her position on the causes of global warming. Miraculously, Palin is claiming that this has been part of her position all along.
As the 2008 election grows nigh, more and more politicians are addressing energy policy and climate change. Hear what Senator Jay Rockefeller, a Democrat and the great-grandson of oil tycoon John D. Rockefeller, has to say. Interview with Senator Rockefeller (MP3)
The Gang-of-20 bill severely limits offshore drilling to a handful of Southeastern states that must opt in to allow increased drilling, and moves the drilling boundary to 100 miles offshore.
Many of Britain’s most polluting companies stand to receive a windfall of hundreds of millions of pounds, with no benefit to the environment.
This is a guest post by Meg Hamill who works at the environmental non-profit LandPaths, in partnership with the Open Space District of Sonoma County, California. As you read this, there is progress being made on a report entitled “Global Trends 2025.” Prominent analysts in the US intelligence community are currently compiling the report, which […]
I mean come on, who’s really going to make a difference…
This is a guest post by Meg Hamill who works at an environmental non-profit called LandPaths in partnership with the Open Space District of Sonoma County California. Australia, the world’s 16th biggest polluter when it comes to carbon emissions, with five times more carbon pollution per capita than China, has come under criticism for setting […]
The UN’s top Climate Scientist, Rajendra Pachuari, will speak in London at a meeting organized by Compassion in World Farming (CIWF), urging people to fight global warming by taking meat off their menu.
India, long isolated from the world’s nuclear power industry, got one more important nod on Saturday September 6, 2008 in its quest to become a more respected member of the nuclear club.
Tom Brokaw’s latest interview on Meet the Press with Thomas Friedman covers the politics of energy, the emergence of the United States as a leader in “E.T.,” and Friedman’s new book, Hot, Flat and Crowded. Friedman suggests that “E.T. (Energy Technology) is going to be the next IT.” [youtube=http://www.youtube.com/v/fkUKMVcCt4k&hl=en&fs=1&border=1] Related Posts Opposition for Opposition’s Sake? […]