>Burning the Furniture

>by Richard HeinbergMuseletter #179 (March 2007)Global Public Media (March 22 2007)A soon-to-be-released study by the Energy Watch Group in Germany on the future of global coal supplies has implications so surprising and far-reaching that energy policymakers may take years to digest it. This essay is intended to help speed that process. The report's central conclusion … Continue reading >Burning the Furniture

>Bottled Water Pricey in More Ways than One

>Each year, about two million tons of PET bottles end up in landfills in the United States.by Worldwatch Institutehttp://www.worldwatch.org (May 09 2007)The world's fastest-growing beverage is a boon to the industry but a bust for the environment and for the more than one billion people worldwide who lack access to clean drinking water, according to … Continue reading >Bottled Water Pricey in More Ways than One

>Deforestation: The hidden cause of global warming

>In the next 24 hours, deforestation will release as much carbon dioxide into the atmosphere as eight million people flying from London to New York. Stopping the loggers is the fastest and cheapest solution to climate change.So why are global leaders turning a blind eye to this crisis?by Daniel Howdenfrom The Independent & The Independent … Continue reading >Deforestation: The hidden cause of global warming

>How to Talk to a Global Warming Skeptic

>by Coby BeckA Few Things Ill Considered (February 19 2006)A layman's take on the science of Global WarmingI have spent about eighteen months now rather obsessed with the controversy over Global Warming. Firstly, as a matter of disclosure, IANACS (I Am Not A Climate Scientist) but rather an intelligent layman who is concerned about an … Continue reading >How to Talk to a Global Warming Skeptic

>Global Warming Suspicions and Confusions

>by Justin PodurZNet | Science (May 11 2007)In recent years, a number of important contributions have influenced the growing debate on global warming. Paul Baer and Tom Athanasiou's book, Dead Heat {1}, from a few years ago, was excellent. Noam Chomsky's latest book, Failed States {2}, mentions global warming as one of the three more … Continue reading >Global Warming Suspicions and Confusions

>The Corporate Climate Coup

>by David F NobleZNet | Science (May 08 2007)Don't breathe. There's a total war on against carbon dioxide emissions, and you are releasing carbon dioxide with every breath. The multi-media campaign against global warming now saturating our senses, which insists that an increasing carbon dioxide component of greenhouse gases is the enemy, takes no prisoners: … Continue reading >The Corporate Climate Coup