Sunday, August 18, 2013


Fires, smoke, floods are drawbacks of Alaska's hot summer | Reuters
Whatever its causes, the warm and sunny days in normally rain-drenched Juneau have been pleasant, Krenz said.

"We're already talking about how, in five years when it's going to be all rainy, we'll be saying, 'Remember that summer of 2013?'" he said.
Middle England and the eco-warriors say victory is theirs in the battle for Balcombe | Environment | The Observer
The faces of resistance
Fracking Protesters Like MMR Scaremongers, Says Church of England | The Global Warming Policy Foundation (GWPF)
The Church of England has likened vocal opponents of fracking to scaremongers who spread misinformation about the MMR vaccine, leaving children at risk of a measles epidemic. It also publicly accused opponents of shale gas exploration of ignoring the interests of the poor, who might benefit from cheaper energy bills and jobs.
Police Cave In To Mob Rule Over Fracking | The Global Warming Policy Foundation (GWPF)
Police were accused of bowing to the mob last night as campaigners brought drilling at a potential fracking site to a halt.

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