Month: December 2007

Climate Change and Politics Editorial Rants Global Warming News Global Warming Resources Government Politics

Senator Inhofe Busts Open the Climate Change Debate

Well, not really of course. But Inhofe never stops trying, once again showing us his not-so-subtle mix of flawed logic and authoritarian politics. I’d like to believe that most people concerned enough about climate change to learn something about it can easily get beyond the double-reverse-alarmism-called-science methods Inhofe typically employs (as I like to call it – “scaring” us […]Read More

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The EPA and Bush Administration to California: Go Screw Yourself

After waiting more than two years to make a decision the Environmental Protection Agency has refused to provide the required waiver allowing enforcement of a California law to regulate greenhouse gas emissions in cars and trucks. Automakers had taken the states to courts on 4 previous occasions and lost each decision (the latest was just last week), […]Read More

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Agreement Reached in Overtime Sessions at Bali Climate Conference

After marathon sessions stretched into an extra day at the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change in Bali, the 190 nations in attendance were able to hammer out a “road map” agreement on Saturday for continuing formal negotiations toward a final pact to replace the Kyoto Protocol that expires in 2012. Reports are that the […]Read More