Energy

Media Worry About Another Black Monday

Journalists compare current economic times to worst stock market drop in U.S. history.

What Happens to Companies That 'Go Green'

Mutual fund manager explains why consumers, shareholders and business leaders should be skeptical of global warming regulation lobbying and 'market-based' solutions.

U.N. Panel Sharing Nobel Prize Is Fundamentally Flawed, Expert Says

Media have latched on to Gore's award, but the IPCC has received little scrutiny despite its faulty economic calculations.

Some Like It Warmer As Networks Offer Conflicting Winter Reports

ABC, NBC, and CBS dish up three different illustrations of the looming winter months and whether warm or cold, all are bad.

Senate Could Vote Soon on Return of U.N. Sea Treaty Reagan Opposed

Law of the Sea Treaty still 'threatens U.S. sovereignty,' despite limited media attention.

The Dangers of Those Energy-Saving Light Bulbs

Energy-saving device advocated by Al Gore to 'reduce your carbon impact at home' poses mercury dangers and health risks.

Newsweek: Global-Warming Skeptics Are Like Moon-Landing Deniers

Magazine's Senior Editor dismisses 'fairness/accuracy/balance' in climate change reporting because deniers lack 'empirical merit.'

Six Models in a Bathtub 'Conserving Water' on 'Top Model'

The CW's model 'Survivor' goes green and takes on tobacco, all in one episode.

CNN Breaks with Tradition, Airs Positive Economic Story

'American Morning' business correspondent Ali Velshi tells viewers how much the stock market has grown this year, offers optimism about fourth quarter.

'Early Show's' 'Clean and Green' Family Takes Extravagant Carbon-Curbing Measures

CBS showcases Florida family that reduced their carbon footprint by 90 percent, but didn't disclose their cost to do so.
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