Mon, 2007-01-22 15:32Emily Murgatroyd
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Green Teams

Last week, in response to some discussion that generated around one of my posts, I suggested that governments needed to be held more accountable in moving us forward into a more sustainable lifestyle. One of you, however, was not satisfied with my position and felt that individuals should be doing much more on a personal level to curb our consumptive lifestyle.

This cool idea, however, could make me eat my words.

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Mon, 2007-01-22 11:25Jim Hoggan
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Globe Condemns Arrest of DeSmogBlog Benefactor

In this excert from today's editorial , the Globe and Mail condemns the arrest this week of John Lefebvre, a friend, founder and financial supporter of the DeSmogBlog:

The U.S. crackdown on Internet gambling, a crusade that seems to involve arresting law-abiding citizens of other countries and threatening them with long prison terms, continues to claim new victims.
Mon, 2007-01-22 11:21Richard Littlemore
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Nasty Weather "Suggestive of a Trend"

Here's a little editorial even-handedness on the subject of climate change. UCFV stands for University College of the Fraser Valley, a place where cautious common sense appears to be the order of the day.
Mon, 2007-01-22 11:00Richard Littlemore
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Hot Off the Presses: Warmed-over Denial

The Heartland Institute, one of those think tanks that Exxon may or may not have stopped funding to misrepresent climate science, has this new feature on its Environment & Climate News website. Dated February 1, 2007 (ony 10 days from now), the article is actually an edited version of the tired speech that Senator James Inhofe delivered last year when he was still the Chair of the Environment and Public Works Committee.

Wrong then. Wrong now. But with a smaller audeince.

Mon, 2007-01-22 10:47Bill Miller
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US Congressional stalwart invites Gore to testify on global warming

A spate of bills calling for greenhouse-gas controls have been introduced in the US senate. Ten major corporations have formed a coalition to push President Bush for action. Now a House of Representatives committee is shoving climate change to the top of its agenda.

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