Posts Tagged ‘greenhouse gas emissions’

Christopher Horner on the Daily Show

Posted February 14th, 2007 in Blog 2 Comments

Fostering Ecological Hope Tonight from Margaret Swedish: Just watched Jon Stewart’s ‘Daily Show.’ His guest tonight was Christopher Horner, author of the book, The Politically Incorrect Guide to Global Warming (and Environmentalism). Sorry Stewart gave this guy the air time. He has no credentials. But everyone is entitled to their 15 minutes. It’s just that, […]

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Dirty coal in Texas’ future?

Posted February 12th, 2007 in Blog Comments Off on Dirty coal in Texas’ future?

Fostering Ecological Hope Today from Margaret Swedish: Wanted to share this story, because it is emblematic of our problem — and of our ecological hope. TXU Corp., the big Texas utility company, is planning to invest $10 billion in coal-fired power plants to provide power to the state’s rapidly growing population. Texas is pretty weak […]

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Poignant reflection on climate change

Posted February 11th, 2007 in Blog Comments Off on Poignant reflection on climate change

Fostering Ecological Hope Today from Margaret Swedish: In last week’s NT Times Science section, which comes out each Tuesday, the paper’s now-retired ‘lead reporter on climate change,’ William K. Stevens, wrote an essay in which he offers his own poignant reflections on the now-overwhelming scientific consensus that human-caused greenhouse gases are the main cause of […]

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‘pollute first, clean up later’

Posted February 9th, 2007 in Blog Comments Off on ‘pollute first, clean up later’

Fostering Ecological Hope Today from Margaret Swedish: Mercury from China settling into the Willamette River of Oregon. Particulates from China’s coal-fired power plants settling into the lungs of Californians. You see why toxic pollution is not just a national or state or local matter — it is a global problem and will require global solutions. […]

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