Fri, 2006-09-22 07:26Richard Littlemore
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Tim Ball Appearance Notable for Those NOT in Attendance

I am dissapointed to be missing Tim Ball's breakfast meeting with the Victoria Conservative Party this morning, but delighted to be in good company.

 Federal Natural Resources Minister Gary Lunn, whose Saanich-Gulf Island riding is one of those sponsoring Ball's appearance, told Peter O'Neil of the Vancouver Sun yesterday that he had no intention of attending the event, either.

Of Ball's climate change denial - or his periodic comments that climate change would be good for Canada - Lunn said: “Absolutely it does not reflect the views of the (Conservative) party in any way shape or form,” adding “you know, the next speaker will probably be on the other side of the issue.” Right.
Fri, 2006-09-22 07:08Richard Littlemore
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Bjorn Lomborg: The Manipulative Environmentalist

Dr. Kåre Fog, a longtime Bjorn Lomborg watcher, has assembled a website of Lomborg errors. You can go straight to Lomborg's deceptions on climate change here.
Thu, 2006-09-21 10:08Richard Littlemore
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$3 Billion plus $3 Billion = $3 Billion

Branson on "space tour"All hail Richard Branson, the billionaire owner of Virgin Atlantic Airways, who has promised (as part of the Clinton Global Initiative) to dedicate the next 10 years of Virgin's transportation profits to combat global warming. That's an estimated $3 billion of new money into research on climate change solutions.
Thu, 2006-09-21 09:55Richard Littlemore
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Ambrose Makes You Proud to be Canadian - Not!

enviro cab min AmbroseCanadian Environment Minister Rona Ambrose seems to be revelling in her role as the energy industry's inside man in the campaign to destroy the Kyoto accord on climate change.
Critics are condemning Ambrose's most recent stealth attack: she blew off a Kyoto protocol ministers meeting last week - attending by phone regardless that she is the chair - and she announced that Canada had also neglected to meet deadlines to submit new proposals for the next international agreement that would start at the end of the Kyoto agreement in 2012.
Wed, 2006-09-20 16:25Kevin Grandia
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Ball preaches to the converted

Climate Skeptic Tim BallAfter his recent media pummeling, it seems that climate change skeptic Tim Ball isn't sticking his neck out too far into the public realm. The only upcoming presentations by Ball that we can find is one to the Victoria Chapter of the Conservative Party of Canada and one at the upcoming BC Oil and Gas Conference being held the first week of October in Dawson Creek.

I am sure Ball's slap-stick humour and fringe science will go over well with the two remaining demographics that, for the most part, refuse to pull their heads out of the sand.


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