Environment

Lovelock: Paris A Desert, China 'Uninhabitable' By 2040

Renowned British scientist James Lovelock says global warming prevention efforts are 'futile'; Predicts mass migration for mankind's survival.

Portfolio Magazine Slams Top Corporations as 'Toxic Ten'

Conde Nast's business mag goes after corporations for what it deems 'self-serving' and 'laughable' environmental efforts.

'Evening News' Takes EPA to Task on CO2, Claims Supreme Court Gave an Order

CBS segment bashes agency for not being more aggressive in policing carbon in the wake of congressional hearing.

NY Times Reporter Wants Even More Global Warming Coverage

Revkin advocates less command-and-control from government and says more should be done to address energy 'difficulties.'

First Bottled Water, Now Tap - Networks Sound Alarm about Drinking Water

Network news broadcasts report scare about 'unclear' risks posed by traces of pharmaceuticals in drinking water.

Washington Post Fans the Flames of Climate Change Alarmism

Story cites report that states carbon output must be 'near zero to avert danger' without including a challenge to that claim.

Former Thatcher Adviser Monckton Warns Global Warming Alarmism 'Kills People If You Get the Science Wrong'

Speaking at international conference, he blames the propagation of the global warming 'scare' on a combination of factors, including the 'the media wanting a scare story.'

Andrew Revkin Makes Clear His Skepticism of Global-Warming Skeptics

Environmental reporter Andrew Revkin: "The two-day gathering, which concludes Tuesday, was organized by the Heartland Institute, a Chicago group whose antiregulatory philosophy has long been ...

Famed Hurricane Forecaster William Gray Predicts Global Cooling in 10 Years

Expert states ocean cycles will have a more profound effect on climate than CO2; criticizes James Hansen's climate models.

BMI's Gainor: 'Disagreement is Not Allowed in the Media'

Business & Media Institute Vice President tells 'Fox & Friends' media ignore and mistreat global warming 'skeptics.'
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