Thursday, February 28, 2013

New Poll Finds Americans Are Worried About Runaway Population Growth - The Daily Beast
But wait, you might be saying, didn’t I just read a slew of recent pieces on The Daily Beast sounding the alarm on how the U.S. was a facing a population catastrophe, that we weren’t breeding enough?
89 WLS - Man who collapsed in Roseland is county's 12th cold death
A man who collapsed in the Far South Side Roseland neighborhood Monday is Cook County’s 12th cold-related death of the season.
Cheap Energy And America’s Red State Growth Corridors | The Global Warming Policy Foundation (GWPF)
Energy, manufacturing and agriculture are playing a major role in the corridor states’ revival. The resurgence of fossil fuel–based energy, notably shale oil and natural gas, is especially important. Cheap U.S. natural gas has some envisioning the Mississippi River between New Orleans and Baton Rouge as an “American Ruhr.”
Forward on Climate - Or Back: Did The Biggest Climate Rally In History Matter?
A historic rally for the climate takes place in Washington, D.C., but is largely ignored by the media and politicians. What does that imply for climate policy?
Twitter / PaulREhrlich: #INSANITY. Kansas introduces ...
. Kansas introduces bill to ban development.
5 Oily Myths About Gasoline Prices | Center for American Progress
[Warmist Daniel Weiss] Big Oil’s tired and phony solutions to high gasoline prices won’t help American families. Instead, the federal government should pursue real solutions, including better fuel-economy standards—which are currently underway—more investment in recharging infrastructure for electric vehicles, and investments in public transportation so families have alternatives to driving when gasoline prices spike.

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