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April 6, 2011 Global Warming Myth? Arctic Ozone Thins by Record 40%Source: Opposing Views.Com
Those who think man-made climate change is fiction, consider this -- the ozone layer over the Arctic has thinned by a record 40% this winter. The United Nation's World Meteorological Organization said that's 10% more thinning...
April 5, 2011 Berkley report disappoints climate-change skepticsSource: Drovers Cattle Network
University of California-Berkley physicist Richard Muller has expressed doubts about the accuracy of climate-change data in the past. So when oil-industry executives helped fund a major study and asked him to lead it, they...
April 4, 2011 U.S. Workers Declare Employers' Dedication to Environment as Important as Profit When Evaluating a New Workplace, Interface, Inc. Survey FindsSource: Interface
A new study on workplace values shows American workers seek employment with organizations that are both financially successful and mindful about their impact on and commitment to protecting the environment. A public opinion...
April 1, 2011 Coal, Jobs and America’s Energy FutureSource: NY Times
No one should be surprised to learn that in trying to woo a reluctant community, developers in just about every industry tend to exaggerate — or perhaps optimistically overestimate — the number of jobs they expect to create by...
March 30, 2011 Report: China leads in low-carbon energySource: UPI
China is the world's leading investor in low-carbon energy technology, a global study by a U.S. environmental polling organization has shown. The study, published by the U.S. Pew Environment Group, showed that the Chinese...
March 30, 2011 UN: Plan Ahead For Climate ChangeSource: Red Orbit
The U.N. warned this week that urban areas are set to become the next battleground for fighting climate change. According to U.N.-Habitat, the world's cities were responsible for about 70 percent of emissions, yet only occupied 2...
March 30, 2011 The Five Maps You Need to Understand the Nuclear CrisisSource: Forbes
Maps are a great aid in understanding the unfolding nuclear crisis at the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant (FDI). They can also help us see how that calamity relates to us. Here are five maps that are essential viewing.
Source: Hot Air.com
In its last survey of voter priorities, Gallup found that the least pressing issue on the mind of the electorate was the environment, scoring below race relations in a race for last place. Now, with the Obama administration and...
President Obama, former Vice President Al Gore and the United Nations, among others, argue that global warming is chiefly caused by human activity. A plurality of voters recognize that this view is held mostly by liberals rather...
Source: Christian Science Monitor
Several polls show that Americans are once again wary of nuclear power. Before the Fukushima disaster, support for nuclear power had hit record highs in the US.
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