by William Yeatman on August 29, 2007

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Daily Round-up
March 7, 2007

Some global warming-related stories you may have missed:

  • British companies involved in the Emissions Trading Scheme enjoy a $1.5 billion profits windfall while energy prices to the consumer increased 72 percent
  • Germany at odds with France over emissions reductions
  • Some Texas mayors upset by Houston mayor\'s emissions policies infringing on their cities
  • Bank of America sees the dollar signs involved in carbon trading (for an explanation of why this is a cartel, not involving new money, see here)
  • Hugo Chavez thinks his country has more oil reserves than Saudi Arabia
  • Climate scientist Roger Pielke Sr discover what looks like a big mistake in the IPCC summary.

Daily Round-up
March 6, 2007

Just a couple of stories today:

Finally, a propos of the first item, a reminder that the EU\'s economy is 20 to 30 years behind America\'s.

Daily Round-up
March 5, 2007

Lots of global warming-related stories you may have missed:

Daily Round-up
March 2, 2007

Some global warming-related stories you may have missed:

Daily Round-up
February 28, 2007

Some more global warming-related stories you may have missed:

Daily Round-up
February 27, 2007

Some global-warming related stories you may have missed:

Daily Round-up
February 26, 2007

Here\'s a few global warming-related stories from around the world today:

The Washington Times story about the UN data also includes the following:

Global warming is not a \"top-tier\" issue, according to a Pew Research survey of 1,708 adults. Respondents ranked the issue fourth from last in a 23-item list of policy priorities for the White House and Congress. Only 19 percent expressed \"deep concern\" about global warming. A minority 47 percent blamed it on human activity. Among conservative Republicans, the figure was 20 percent; among liberal Democrats, 71 percent.

\"The issue is of relatively low priority for members of both parties,\" the survey said. It was conducted Jan. 10 to 15, with a margin of error of three percentage points.

GlobalWarming.org is back
February 26, 2007

Security concerns meant we had to take the site down to strengthen it. Were back now, more resilient than ever, and will try to update regularly with global warming-related stories you wont find anywhere else


With Al Gore\'s movie An Inconvenient Truth hitting cinema screens across Europe, here are links to some critiques of the film:

Gorey Truths: 25 Inconvenient Truths for Al Gore
National Review Online, June 22 2006
[T]his is a good time to point out that the book, which is a largely pictorial representation of the movies graphical presentation, exaggerates the evidence surrounding global warming. Ironically, the former Vice President leaves out many truths that are inconvenient for his argument. Here are just 25 of them.

A Skeptic\'s Guide to An Inconvenient Truth
Competitive Enterprise Institute, August 21 2006
An Inconvenient Truth (AIT), Vice President Al Gores book on The planetary emergency of global warming and what can be done about it, is not the non-partisan, non-ideological exposition of climate science and moral common-sense that it purports to be. Rather, AIT is a colorfully illustrated lawyers brief for global warming alarmism and energy rationing.

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