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Remaindered Climate Change Links

Friday, July 21, 2006

Here are a few remaindered links to get you through the weekend:

In Did Al Get the Science Right? Der Spiegel surveys the scientific community for reactions to Al Gore's documentary, An Inconvenient Truth. And cheers to the author, Katharine Mieszkowski, for doing what so many journalists are failing to do when quoting global warming skeptics: reveal the sources of their funding. Who cares what these industry hacks have to say when their rent is being paid by ExxonMobil?

An opinion piece in the BBC clues us into the social upside of driving restrictions in London.

The Nation tells the story of National Wildlife Federation chairman, Jerome Ringo, and his plans to bring varying constituencies together across class and racial lines to build a broader and more powerful green movement.

Check out this new Greenpeace ad, The City Gas Guzzler.
 

 

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