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Univision Partners with Liberal UN Foundation on Climate Issues

Hispanic media company leans left with ‘groundbreaking initiative’ to increase awareness.
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Networks Fret Over UN Report on Climate Change; 'Urgent New Warning,' 'Extreme Consequences'

The networks all hyped the new United Nations report on climate change on Monday evening, touting it as a dire call for action and an "urgent new warning." NBC's Brian Williams gave by far the ...
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Andrea Mitchell Applauds RFK Jr.'s 'Impassioned Plea' for Obama to Stop Keystone Pipeline by Fiat

On Friday, MSNBC host Andrea Mitchell gave left-wing environmental activist Robert F. Kennedy Jr. a platform to denounce the Keystone Pipeline. Kennedy ranted: "The people who are promoting ...
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CBS Report Mirrors Left-Wing Group’s Pipeline Press Release

Hard to tell difference between what liberal organization says and what CBS says about TransCanada.
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MSNBC's Hayes: Tea Party 'Climate Denialism' Shows 'Future of the Earth in Peril'

On Monday's All In show on MSNBC, host Chris Hayes fretted that "climate denialism" by the Republican party's "right-wing base" is preventing "meaningful climate policy" from being enacted. After ...
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Environmental ‘Progress’ Means Backtracking to Days of Sail

Businessweek advocates ditching modern ships for wind-driven clippers.
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CNN's Amanpour Asks 'What Can One Do to Follow' Obama's Climate Change Plea

On her Thursday CNN International show, host Christiane Amanpour relayed President Obama's call for a "global compact" to fight climate change and asked what could be done to "follow" Obama's ...
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HuffPo Blog: Religion to Blame for Overpopulation, Environmental Ruin

Along with destruction of happiness, opportunity and health.  
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Vice' CEO Bugged Out by Climate Change: It's a 'Gun to Our Heads!'

Shane Smith, CEO of the online news site Vice, has bought into the lefty claims of climate change as he alarmingly warned it’s a "gun to our heads" and likened it to "nuclear war." The journalist ...
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