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February 28, 2013 Compulsory Integration – Legal Challenge Coming; Investigative Work by William Fischer; Attorneys to File Suit if New York Government Issues Permits for Horizontal Hydraulic FracturingSource: Mike Benard
New York State’s compulsory integration law – written by the gas industry and passed with no public hearing – is fast approaching a serious legal challenge.
February 28, 2013 Is There a Slant to Climate Reporting'
DISCOVER - Hereâs a trick question: Is climate journalism slanted' Before you answer, letâs look at a series of tweets by atmospheric science researcher Ryan Maue, who clearly has an opinion on this. Weâll start...
February 23, 2013 The Polluted Keystone Pipeline Discourse
DISCOVER - When a social cause gains momentum and becomes symbolically important, partisans inevitably hijack it for their own ends. They do this by trying to define and control the meaning of the cause and how it should be...
February 21, 2013 How Not to Fix Climate ChangeSource: Joe Nocera, NY Times
After much back and forth, James E. Hansen and I had agreed on a date to meet. Hansen, the director of NASA’s Goddard Institute for Space Studies, is the scientist most closely associated with climate change activists like Bill...
February 18, 2013 Is Obama Right About Climate Change'
Opposing Views - The U.N. îIntergovernmental Panel on Climate Changeî estimates that doubling the carbon dioxide in the atmosphere over its pre-industrial level of 280 parts per million is likely to raise the global...
February 1, 2013 NY Farm Bureau Supports ‘Safe & Responsible’ Drilling But Opposes Unequal Treatment by Compulsory Integration LawSource: Mike Benard
While the New York Farm Bureau supports “safe and responsible development of natural gas in a manner that protects our land and water,”1 it is challenging several aspects of New York State’s compulsory integration law.
January 30, 2013 What was missing from the sustainability conversation at DavosSource: GreenBiz.com
While sustainability has become a top priority for many leading global businesses, adoption remains slow and patchy. That’s reflected by the fact that, at the World Economic Forum in Davos, sustainability has continued to be...
January 25, 2013 Make climate change a prioritySource: Washington Post
The weather in Washington has been like a roller coaster this January. Yes, there has been a deep freeze this week, but it was the sudden warmth earlier in the month that was truly alarming. Flocks of birds — robins, wrens,...
January 23, 2013 EXECUTIVE PERSPECTIVE: Water, the second biggest global risk?Source: Reuters
CEO’s of many companies have begun to realize that water underpins all economic activities, including their own. In the 2010 CDP Water Disclosure questionnaire sent to 300 of the world’s largest companies, 39 percent stated they...
The U.N.’s latest climate alarmist meeting in Doha, Qatar experienced somewhat of a different sort of man-made crisis in December in the form of a typhoon named Christopher Monckton, the third viscount of Benchley, advisor to...
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