Environment

NPR President: Climate Change to Make LA Traffic Even Worse

Kevin Klose tells global warming forum the U.S. must brace for 100 million more people and crowded roads.

Media Side with Anti-Coal Environmentalists Despite Urgent Power Needs

Reports on the industry assume coal is bad because of CO2 emissions and rely heavily on left-wing eco groups.

More than 33,000 People Send Petition with 'Outrage' Over Time's Doctoring of Iwo Jima Photo

Media Research Center petition demands apology from magazine for 'offensive cover demeaning World War II vets.'

Paramount Spokeswoman: 'No Plans' for 'An Inconvenient Truth' Sequel

Publisher says Gore's 'Path to Survival' book with planned release of April 22 pushed back until Spring 2009.

Newsweek's Clift Shows Eco-Elitism on McCain Gas Tax Holiday Proposal

Columnist tells MSNBC's Joe Scarborough gas tax holiday is a bad idea because it 'abandons environmental consciousness.'

My Big Fat Green Wedding and Other Media Nonsense

National Public Radio kicked off Earth Week with a series of conversations about food's footprint. That's right. Put down that cheeseburger and listen.

Time Magazine Still Unrepentant Despite Veteran Complaints

Spokesman calls use of iconic Iwo Jima image a 'respectful use of this symbol of American valor and courage.'

Iwo Jima Veterans Blast Time's 'Special Environmental Issue' Cover

Time editor tells MSNBC 'there needs to be a real effort along the lines of World War II to combat global warming and climate change.'

Bush Doesn't Get Bouquet for Global Warming Initiative

Sheryl Gay Stolberg: "But critics - including environmentalists, scientists and lawmakers - said the effort was too little, too late. They accused Mr. Bush of trying to derail legislation that ...

'Today' Incites More Alarm over Water Bottles - Even Reusable Ones

Segment's medical expert warns against use of plastic bottles made with traces of Bisphenol-A, despite having a long track record of being safe.
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