Day: June 25, 2008

Carbon Emissions Climate Change and Business Global Warming Resources Solutions

International Climate Change Experts Say Low Carbon Societies Can Feasibly

The drive to achieve low carbon status is often believed to best be possible on a small scale, but what if an entire country sets out to achieve this? What exactly is a zero, or low carbon society and how would it operate? Could a developing country do it? A peer reviewed study by scientists from nine countries […]Read More

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Bush Claims Executive Privilege in Disclosing White House Influence Over

Last Friday, with only 15 minutes to spare before the House Oversight Committee was scheduled to vote on holding EPA Administrator Stephen Johnson and White House official Susan Dudley in contempt of Congress, the Bush administration invoked executive privilege – thus expressing its own contempt for that pesky concept known as “congressional oversight”. The impending vote from the committee chaired by […]Read More