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1 010531 htm RTD Allen Callsfor More Oil Production
  1. urged support of the Republicans' energy plan that calls for less reliance of foreign oil and more domestic oil production.
2 010628 htm CNN Climate Programs Fuel Dispute
  1. The National Academy of Sciences reported to the White House this month, concluding the Earth's temperature is rising, mainly because of human activities, and saying dire climate changes could occur this century.
3 010805 htm
WashPost Labor Pushes For Energy Jobs
  1. For Unions, Protecting Jobs Trumps Environmental Concerns
  2. Some in Congress were surprised by how effectively labor was able to persuade Democrats to abandon environmentalists and cross party lines.
4 010816 htm
WSJ Electricity Use America
  1. since 1949, when the government began keeping national energy-use statistics, Americans have increased their annual use of household electricity seventeenfold, from 67 billion kilowatt hours to 1.1 trillion kilowatt hours.
5 010816 htm
WSJ Gasline And Projected Use China
  1. The world's biggest energy firms are circling for a piece of China's West-East pipeline project, despite economic questions that loom as large as the $18 billion price tag.
  2. Planners want to tap hard-to-find reserves in Xinjiang's remote Tarim basin and transport them through nine provinces, municipalities and autonomous regions -- crossing an estimated 40 rivers -- before the pipeline ends 2,500 miles away in glitzy Shanghai
6 020808 htm Newsweek Oil Demand
  1. The United States burns one in every four oil barrels consumed worldwide.
7 031210 htm
WSJ Trees C02 Eaters
  1. Trees sop up CO2, believed to be the main culprit in global warming.
8 050607 htm NYT Official Played Down Emissions' Links to Global Warming - New York Times
  1. A White House official who once led the oil industry's fight against limits on greenhouse gases has repeatedly edited government climate reports in ways that play down links between such emissions and global warming
  2. the official, Philip A. Cooney, removed or adjusted descriptions of climate research that government scientists and their supervisors, including some senior Bush administration officials, had already approved.
  3. "They're trying to throw enough uncertainty in so that either policymakers or the public would not want to take a firm stand on it
9 050608 htm NYT Bush Aide Softened Greenhouse Gas Links to Global Warming - New York Times
  1. [Repeat]
10 050608 jpg NYT Cooney Editing Example050608 N Y T
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11 050609 htm NYT White House Calls Editing Climate Files Part of Usual Review - New York Times
  1. At his morning briefing for reporters, the White House spokesman, Scott McClellan, defended Mr. Cooney's participation and said the reports were "scientifically sound."
  2. Mr. Cooney, 45, is chief of staff to the White House Council on Environmental Quality, which helps shape and carry out the president's environmental policies. A lawyer with no scientific training, he moved to the White House in 2001 after having worked for more than 10 years for the American Petroleum Institute, the oil-industry lobby. His last title there was climate team leader, and his focus was defeating plans to restrict heat-trapping gases.
12 050610 htm NYT Climate Reports, Edited to Fit (5 Letters)
  1. [Reviewed]
13 050610 htm NYT Editor of Climate Reports Resigns
  1. Philip A. Cooney, the chief of staff to President Bush’s Council on Environmental Quality, resigned yesterday
  2. Mr. Cooney has no scientific training
  3. Ms. Perino said the decision was unrelated to revelations about the documents.
14 050929 htm Guardian Books Novel take on global warming
  1. Some scientists speculated that Crichton might be the best witness Senator Inhofe could find.
  2. A 2004 survey of 900 peer-reviewed and published scientific papers on climate change failed to find a single one who went against the belief that man-made change is happening and is dangerous.
  3. "I am Michael Crichton, known to most people as the author of Jurassic Park and the creator of the television series ER,
15 051026 htm
WashPost Oil Doesn't Want Focus on Big Profit
  1. the oil companies have begun to report record quarterly profit. Yesterday, British energy giant BP PLC reported a $6.53 billion third-quarter profit, up from $4.87 billion in the same period last year. And tomorrow, analysts expect Exxon Mobil Corp. to show that it earned nearly $9 billion over the past three months -- the largest corporate quarterly profit ever.
16 060209 htm
WashPost The Politics of Science
  1. IT IS A RARE thing for the biography of a 24-year-old NASA spokesman to attract the attention of the national media. But that is what happened this week when George C. Deutsch tendered his resignation. Mr. Deutsch had, it emerged, lied about his (nonexistent) undergraduate degree from Texas A&M University. Far more important, several New York Times articles over the past week or so have exposed Mr. Deutsch as one of several White House-appointed public affairs officers at the agency who tried to prevent senior NASA career scientists from speaking and writing freely, especially when their views on the realities of climate change differed from those of the White House.
17 060211 htm
WashPost Censorship Is Alleged at NOAA
  1. James E. Hansen, the NASA climate scientist who sparked an uproar last month by accusing the Bush administration of keeping scientific information from reaching the public, said Friday that officials at the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration are also muzzling researchers who study global warmin
18 070207 htm
WashPost Hot Air And Global Warming Samuelson
  1. Don't be fooled. The dirty secret about global warming is this: We have no solution. About 80 percent of the world's energy comes from fossil fuels (coal, oil, natural gas), the main sources of man-made greenhouse gases
19 070310 htm
WashPost Evangelical Body Stays Course on Warming
  1. environmental protection, which it calls "creation care," is an important moral issue.
20 070514 htm
WashPost Federal Loans for Coal Plants Clash With Carbon Cuts -
  1. A Depression-era program to bring electricity to rural areas is using taxpayer money to provide billions of dollars in low-interest loans to build coal plants even as Congress seeks ways to limit greenhouse gas emissions.
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21 070808 htm
USAToday Polluters Manipulate Climate Info Gore Says
  1. "There has been an organized campaign, financed to the tune of about $10 million a year from some of the largest carbon polluters, to create the impression that there is disagreement in the scientific community,"
22 070928 htm
WashPost Recasting Big Oil's Battered Image -
  1. All this theatrical firepower has been marshaled for a new "power of human energy" campaign by , a charter member of Big Oil (often seen as Big Bad Oil). In today's eco-conscious political environment, Chevron is trying to portray itself as a company with "people of vision" striving to meet today's energy needs while searching for better, cleaner ways to meet them in the future.
23 071025 htm
WashPost Sen. Boxer Seeks Answers On Redacted Testimony
  1. Bush administration officials acknowledged yesterday that they heavily edited testimony on global warming, delivered to Congress on Tuesday by the director of the , after the president's top science adviser and other officials questioned its scientific basis.
24 071108 htm
USAToday Action On Carbon Capture Is Lacking
  1. Capturing carbon emissions from power stations and burying them could be a major weapon in the fight against global warming, but to date there has been little sense of urgency anywhere, a leading geologist said on Tuesday.
  2. Stuart Haszeldine of Edinburgh University's School of GeoSciences said there was enough geological capacity around the world to safely store up to 400 years of climate warming carbon emissions from power stations for thousands of years.
  3. If this trend continued, then far from rising by between 3 and 7 degrees this century as scientists predict, global average temperature increases could hit 14 degrees, he said.
  4. While there was no absolute guarantee that the carbon dioxide would not leak back into the atmosphere, such an eventuality was unlikely, Haszeldine said.
25 071115 htm
WashPost Scientists Fault Climate Exhibit Changes
  1. Some government scientists have complained that officials at the took steps to downplay global warming in a 2006 exhibit on the Arctic to avoid a political backlash, according to documents obtained by
26 071116 htm
WashPost ExhibitChangesAtSmithsonianOnClimateChange
  1. The museum's director, Cristián Samper, ordered last-minute changes to the exhibit's script to add "scientific uncertainty" about climate change,
  2. Samper put the project on hold for six months in the fall of 2005 and ordered that the exhibition undergo further review by higher-level officials in other government agencies. Samper also asked for changes in the script and the sequence of the exhibit's panels to move the discussion of recent climate change further back in the presentation, records also show
  3. "concern that scientific uncertainty hasn't come out enough." Edits to a "final script" show notations about where to add "the idea of scientific uncertainty about climate research."
  4. "Something strange happened," he said in the e-mail. "For the focus to be shifted from scientific content to political content, I found disturbing for a museum."
27 072024 htm
WashPost White House Altered Climate Change Testimony
  1. Bush administration officials cut
  2. "climate change and public health" from 12 pages to six, removing sections that detailed how global warming would affect Americans
28 080123 htm
(Appended) Research shows heightened CO2 boosts tree growth ... Source: DailyMiningGaz
  1. Fall color may start later, but trees may grow faster, as the level of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere increases
  2. “We’re seeing about a 30 to 40 percent enhancement in growth and that’s been maintained pretty much throughout the 10 years of the experiment,”
  3. The CO2 is added through rings of vertical vent pipes encircling stands of aspen, paper birch and sugar maple.
  4. “Senescence” is the scientific term for the fall cessation of photosynthesis and color change in leaves.
  5. Increased CO2 in the atmosphere could be beneficial for the forestry industry. Stands of trees may grow to a harvestable stage at a greater rate.
  6. He also said the increased rate of growth increases the forests’ nutrient demands, so the impact of boosted CO2 levels may vary regionally depending on local soil types
29 080226 htm
WashPost Farms May Be Exempted From Emission Rules
  1. Under pressure from agriculture industry lobbyists and lawmakers from agricultural states, the wants to drop requirements that factory farms report their emissions of toxic gases, despite findings by the agency's scientists that the gases pose a health threat.
  2. The rule change would eliminate ammonia emissions reporting for big animal-feeding operations such as Threemile Canyon Farms in , Ore., where waste from tens of thousands of dairy cows releases more than 15,000 pounds of ammonia into the atmosphere each day
  3. The agency estimates that livestock operations generate two-thirds of the ammonia emissions reported in the nation
30 080320 htm
USAToday R Vs Beckon Baby Boomers Despite Fuel Costs
  1. One topic that isn't getting much focus — on the official program, anyway — is the meteoric rise in gas prices.
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31 081122 htm
WashPost Bush Appointees Land Career Science Jobs With Seemingly Unrelated Backgrounds
  1. "It's ludicrous to have people who do not have a scientific background, who are not trained and skilled in the ways of science, make decisions that involve resources, that involve facilities in the scientific infrastructure,"
32 090624 htm
DailyTech Arizona Looks To Outlaw Global Warming Legislation
  1. Arizona may become the first state to ban costly legislation based on climate change theory.One state looks to ensure its citizens do not have to pay for climate change efforts
  2. A recent report challenging AGW theory showed significant support with 31,478 U.S. researchers and scientists, many of whom hold Ph.D's, signing a statement that they believe that man has not played a part in the current warming trend.
  3. Arizona is now close to becoming the first state to outlaw climate change legislation. The state Senate voted Monday, 19-10 to approve a bill banning the Department of Environmental Quality from enacting or enforcing measures with language pertaining to climate change
33 090831 htm
WashPost Industry Groups Take the Initiative With Senate Climate Bill Near
  1. Professional "campaigners" hired by the coal industry were giving away T-shirts praising coal-fired power
34 090908 htm
WashPost In Poorer Nations, Energy Needs Trump Climate Issues
  1. Scenes like these unfolded with increasing frequency this summer across the developing world as the demand for energy expanded but governments eager to create more industrialized economies failed to keep up.
35 090925 htm
WashPost New Groups Revive the Debate Over Causes of Climate Change
  1. C02 Is Green
  2. The group is already running television ads: "This will cost us jobs," one says. "There is no scientific evidence that CO2 is a pollutant. In fact higher CO2 levels than we have today would help the Earth's ecosystems."
  3. H. Leighton Steward, a veteran oil industry executive
  4. Corbin J. Robertson Jr., chief executive of and leading shareholder in Natural Resource Partners, a Houston-based owner of coal resources that lets other companies mine in return for royalties
  5. U.S. Chamber of Commerce's opposition to climate legislation.
36 091027 htm
WashPost Washington Sketch: A hostile climate for Sen. Inhofe the warming skeptic
  1. Inhofe's view that man-made global warming is the "greatest hoax ever perpetrated on the American people."
  2. Sen. Lamar Alexander (R-Tenn.). "If fire chiefs of the same reputation told me my house was about to burn down, I'd buy some fire insurance."
  3. Inhofe molested the majority by having committee staffers put up on the dais a series of 3-by-5-foot posters with messages such as "Congressional Budget Chief Says Climate Bill Would Cost Jobs" and "U.S. Unemployment High/Why Kill More Jobs With Cap & Trade?"
  4. Nobody doubted that Inhofe had a response. The doubt was whether the response would make any sense.
37 091030 htm
WorldPress Origins of the “Global Warming” Scare
  1. [Disgusting listing of lies--RSB]
  2. Did you know, that the “Human caused Global Warming” hypothesis didn´t originate in the 1980s, but actually in the 1880s? [Actually, Fourier, 1824, referenced Greenhouse effect--RSB].
  3. The Great Barrier Reef is as healthy as ever.[Lie--RSB]
  4. Time’s up for this absurd scaremongering. The fears are being contradicted by the facts, and more so by the week. wrote Andrew Bolt in the Australian Herald Sun last April.
38 091206 htm
WashPost George F. Will - The last chance for Earth -- until the next one
  1. With 20,000 delegates, advocates and journalists jetting to Copenhagen for planet Earth's last chance, the carbon footprint of the global warming summit will be the only impressive consequence of the climate-change meeting.
  2. China, nimble at the politics of pretending that is characteristic of climate-change theater, promises only to reduce its "carbon intensity" -- carbon emissions per unit of production. So China's emissions will rise.
  3. On such models we are supposed to wager trillions of dollars -- and substantially diminished freedom.
39 100129 htm
WashPost Bin Laden blasts US for climate change
40 100518 htm
Ning No Volcanos On Iceland
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41 100623 htm
Reuters In Louisiana, hopes swell for quick drilling return

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