Monthly Archives: January 2006

How to make a donation

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BBC Radio-4: “Science Blacklist”

Science Blacklist was aired on BBC Radio-4 in the UK and internationally on January 3 and January 8, 2006. Part of the program dealt with climate change and included interviews with Rick Piltz, Climate Science Watch; Robert Walker, lobbyist and … Continue reading

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Toward a Second U.S. National Climate Change Assessment

Article by Rick Piltz of Climate Science Watch.  “A second U.S. National Climate Change Assessment should be undertaken, based on advances since the 1990s in understanding the climate system and potential ecological and societal impacts of climate change in the … Continue reading

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How the White House Edits Out Global Warming

“Decoder: See No Evil. How the White House Edits Out Global Warming,” Sierra, January-February 2006.  This article shows how Philip A. Cooney, chief of staff for the White House Council on Environmental Quality, edited two 2002 draft reports by the … Continue reading

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