Daily Archives: April 2, 2006

President claims human influence on global warming is fundamentally in question

At a March 29 press briefing, in response to a question about global warming, the President said, “Well, first of all, the globe is warming—the fundamental debate, is it manmade or natural?”  In a March 31 interview on KPFK-FM in … Continue reading

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Government Accountability Project memo to climate scientists on new NASA media policy

In December 2005, NASA climate scientist Dr. James Hansen was threatened with “dire consequences” by a political appointee for statements he made about the implications of climate change that were seen as inconsistent with the administration’s political agenda. In the … Continue reading

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ABC News: Was Confusion Over Global Warming a Con Job?

On March 26 ABC News aired two back-to-back segments on global warming.  One addressed the question: “The vast majority of scientists have determined global warming to be a real threat. So why has it taken so long to convince Americans?”  … Continue reading

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