The Wall Street Journal publishes an op-ed suggesting that an environmentalist agenda is behind the IARC’s cancer ratings. It’s kind of silly.
Ayotte, who faces a tough reelection bid, is the first Republican in Congress to openly endorse the EPA’s Clean Power Plan to mitigate climate change.
Rep. Lamar Smith issues subpoenas to NOAA scientists with an agenda to discredit their important work on global warming. A sad day for American democracy.
“It saddens me even more that the Majority would misuse the power of the Science Committee to attack our Nation’s premier research scientists.”
Barack Obama made one of the most powerful climate speeches ever by a world leader. The Wall Street Journal replied with a small-minded op-ed by Canadian lobbyist Patrick Moore. When President Obama and Secretary of State John Kerry visited Alaska this week, they pointed to the receding glaciers as evidence that humans are the cause … Continue reading Patrick Moore’s ignorant op-ed in the WSJ
Watch it or read it. Video and transcript below. I have to say, Obama’s science advisers did a good job of getting him the facts here. And his speechwriters did a great job putting it together in a call for action. Remarks by the President at the GLACIER Conference — Anchorage, AK Dena’ina Civic … Continue reading Obama’s powerful Alaska speech
Fox News host Shep Smith thinks of “climate change deniers” when he thinks of corrupt scientific research.
A WSJ op-ed says we shouldn’t worry about global warming until the science is absolutely flawless. That’s pretty dumb.
Obama’s right-wing critics say he isn’t serious about security because he’s serious about climate change. That makes me question their seriousness.
Jeb Bush: “For the people to say the science is decided on this is really arrogant.” Actually, to say that the science is not decided is really ignorant.