Wednesday, June 26, 2013


Dem Rep. Markey Wins US Senate Election In Mass. : NPR
[Markey] said he wanted to help spark a "green energy revolution,"
Flashback: Energy money favors Ed Markey in Senate race - Alex Guillen -
Among the prominent green energy names who have contributed to Markey are: LCV President Gene Karpinski, NRDC Executive Director Peter Lehner, NRDC’s climate and clean air program director Dan Lashof, Environment America Executive Director Margie Alt, Cape Wind President James Gordon, NRG Energy CEO David Crane, SunPower executive Howard Wenger, Cambridge Energy Research Associates co-founder James Rosenfield, former Massachusetts Secretary of Energy and Environmental Affairs Ian Bowles, Biomass Power Association President Robert Cleaves, First Wind CEO Paul Gaynor and John O’Donnell, director of federal government affairs for Xcel Energy.
President Obama’s climate speech: 10 takeaways - Print View
Don’t expect to feel the effect of the climate change regulations tomorrow.
Watch Now: Skeptic Chris Horner on Obama’s climate plan: ‘Nothing Obama is proposing would detectably impact the climate according to anybody’ | Climate Depot
Horner: 'What he is announcing today is an instruction to EPA...It reflects what he wants to and it is truly alarming'
Obama: driving a green dagger into the heart of the American dream – Telegraph Blogs
It promises another $2.7 billion for "Actionable Climate Science" (whatever that is) – almost all of which, we know from bitter previous experience, is going to end up in the sweaty palms of junk-science troughers in the tradition of Michael Mann and NASA's James Hansen rather than seekers-after-truth who genuinely care about the scientific method.
It will give still more power to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), a hard-left political organisation swarming with deep-green ideologues fully committed to reducing living standards, killing consumer freedoms and hamstringing business with ever-more-stringent, scientifically-ill-founded environmental regulations based on nothing more than the "precautionary principle."

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