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Author, activist and eco-crusader Bill McKibben visited the Colbert Report last night to bring attention to the 350 campaign to limit carbon emissions and the October 24 day of action in support of the goal.
I’m well aware that poring over the details of cap and trade can be a little boring. But thanks to the folks at Auto-Tune the News, all that has changed.
Palin’s chain of independent clauses may have sounded a little disjointed to the untrained ear, but not to William Shatner.
Twenty-five workers holed-up in the Vestas facility on the UK’s Isle of Wight for about a week now may have saved their jobs if a proposed deal is agreed upon by both parties – but only if they happen to work in the offshore research division.
While I know the details of climate policy can be a little dry at times, I didn’t know it was quite this sleep-inducing.
U.S. Secretary of Energy Steven Chu visits Jon Stewart at the daily show, and much to the host’s surprise (and unlike other members of the cabinet who’ve visited the show), Chu is alive.
We already know that Fox News’ telepundit Bill O’Reilly believes anthropogenic global warming is real and shouldn’t be ignored. Now we know he’s not a huge fan of a cap-and-trade policy because it would fatten the wallets of Goldman Sachs and Al Gore.
What Ever Happened to the Lawsuit Brought by Weather Channel Founder Against Al Gore over Global Warming?
Coleman made headlines last year with a series of op-eds saying that 30,000 scientists (only 9,000 of whom actually have PhDs) wanted to sue Al Gore over the fraud.
My questions is this: how is that lawsuit coming Mr. Coleman?
Greenpeace activists in the United States and Italy stage protests calling on G8 nations to take action on climate change.
Stephen Colbert delves into the passage of the American Clean Energy and Security Act and the choice words House Minority Leader John Boehner had for it last week.
House Minority Leader John Boehner (R-Ohio) calls Waxman-Markey climate bill “ridiculous”, and a “piece of sh*t”.
Invoking the now-familiar messages heard throughout both his campaign and much of his presidency, President Obama implored the U.S. Senate to move forward with a climate bill.
The League of Conservation Voters and the Sierra Club launched a new television ad “amplifying President Obama’s call” for Congress to pass the American Clean Energy and Security Act.
With all signs pointing to a Friday House vote on the Waxman-Markey climate bill, the political action committee behind the “Drill here, drill now, pay less” campaign yesterday launched a last-ditch effort to scare the crap out of you.