Tuesday, February 12, 2013

Scientific American Challenged on Tar Sands and Climate Change by Friends of Science on Environmental Expert
Calgary, Alberta, Canada (PRWEB) February 12, 2013 -- "Should the Eco-activists be allowed to shut down the US economy based on faulty science?" asks Len Maier, President of Friends of Science, a climate science review organization.
“The earth is not warming; emissions are not the main driver of climate change. These are the main arguments against oil sands and Keystone,” says Maier, an environmentalist who runs a tree farm in his retirement. “Furthermore, qualitative environmental management and reclamation is only possible if you have a strong economy. I’m surprised Scientific American is not presenting these facts.”
Udall acknowledges growing urgency to act on climate change as Obama takes
On Saturday, Amory Lovins, chairman and chief scientist at the Snowmass- and Boulder-based Rocky Mountain Institute, took Obama to task for a recent New Republic interview saying “some big technological breakthrough” is necessary to deal with climate change.
Wash. Gov. Inslee Sets Sights On Defeating Climate Change · EarthFix · Oregon Public Broadcasting
EarthFix asked the governor if the state would put a price or cap on carbon emissions during his administration.

“We don’t have any immediate plans for price or cost like that,” he responded, “but we do have plans to help businesses and residents get access to clean energy.”
Liberal journalist calls Marco Rubio 'anti-science' for doubting global warming - San Diego Cultural Trends | Examiner.com
NewsBusters reported on Monday that a liberal journalist by the name of Erika Bolstad, who writes for the McClatchy Newspapers, took the liberty to mock Florida Senator, Marco Rubio because of his unwillingness to blindly accept the global warming assertions made by many.

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