Wednesday, April 24, 2013

Shielding EPA’s McCarthy from scrutiny is what’s ‘totally bogus’ |
“Totally bogus.” That’s how Joe Davis, environmental journalist and director of the Society of Environmental Journalists’ WatchDog Project, describes “the concerns over fake emails.”
Poor being thrown off Ugandan land for carbon credits
When you think about the effects of global warming hysteria, you might think of higher electricity prices, not people being thrown off their land and having their homes burned down.
Israel: Unseasonably Cold Weather Results in Over 20 Million NIS Loss for Farmers
The unseasonably cold wintry weather around Israel in the past week has been most costly for farmers, who report many crops were destroyed.
Climate Science Pioneer Makes Post-NASA Landing In Portland
Hansen will speak at 7 p.m. Thursday at a World Affairs Council of Oregon event at Portland’s Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall.
EU plan to support carbon price dead, says analyst - News - Point Carbon
LONDON, April 24 (Reuters Point Carbon) – The EU’s emergency plan to prop up carbon prices will likely fail to get enough support to become law, or if it does it will be too late to be effective, analysts Thomson Reuters Point Carbon said Wednesday, slashing their carbon price forecast 45 percent.

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