Monday, November 19, 2012

Police Pepper Spray, Arrest Protestors In Keystone XL Demonstration - Campus Progress
More than 40 people stormed a Keystone XL construction site in Nacogdoches early Monday morning with four blockaders locking themselves to heavy construction equipment. Several more formed a human chain to block the movement of other machinery in the area and protect the four who are currently locked to equipment.

After spending the morning in a face-off with police, all four blockaders were pepper sprayed, extracted, and arrested.

Three others have launched another tree-sit blockade at a crossing on the Angelina River. They have suspended themselves from pine trees more than 50-feet tall, anchoring their support lines to construction machinery in the path of the pipeline.
EU looking to delay Kyoto commitments, says Indian negotiator | RTCC - Responding to Climate Change
India’s chief climate change negotiator R R Rashmi has claimed the European Union is looking to delay a new phase of the Kyoto Protocol, just one week before the talks resume in Doha.
World Bank makes UN look like the Heartland Institute | Australian Climate Madness
A new hero of climate alarmism has emerged, World Bank president Jim Yong Kim, who makes UN warmist Ban Ki Moon look like Marc Morano.

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