Are scientists conservative about sea ice? | Icelights: Your Burning Questions About Ice & Climate
[NSIDC's Walt Meier] most scientists feel a conservative estimate of the future ice changes is probably warranted.Politics: Some Republicans, not all, clamor for a vote against a carbon tax -- Monday, July 29, 2013 -- www.eenews.net
The prospect of a House vote on a carbon tax turns Rep. Fred Upton, chairman of the House Energy Committee to thoughts of, well, love. He grasped a reporter by both shoulders last week and, when asked about the prospect of a vote, poured out his heart:Twitter / richardcaperton: Minneapolis considers dropping ...
"I would love to vote on it," he exclaimed. "I would love to vote on it, because the House would send a very strong signal against imposing a carbon tax."
Minneapolis considers dropping Xcel to create a municipal utility: http://bit.ly/1c6BHYJRomm, Climate Progress: More Original and Investigative Reporting | The Yale Forum on Climate Change & The Media
it remains to be seen whether an organization so clearly seen as determinedly liberal and politically partisan can fill-in where traditional commercial and public media have fallen short.Twitter / Chris_C_Horner: Another Friday-for-a-reason ...
Another Friday-for-a-reason FOIA response, 5:27 pm. Seems to prove EPA indeed destroys senior-official text msgs. Ho hum See 18 U.S.C 2071