Monthly Archives: October 2007

CSW director Rick Piltz interview with Austin Chronicle

Climate Science Watch director Rick Piltz was interviewed by the Austin Chronicle on his recent visit to Austin and the Texas Hill Country to speak at the 8th annual Texas Renewable Energy Roundup & Green Living Fair.

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Give the Nobel Peace Prize to the IPCC

We note that Betsafe.com, the Scandinavian online betting site, has the Intergovernmental Panel for Climate Change (IPCC) and its chairman Rajendra Pachauri currently listed as of this posting as the favorite for the Nobel Peace Prize, to be awarded Friday, … Continue reading

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Environmental groups petition EPA for rulemaking to limit greenhouse gas emissions from ships

Earthjustice, the leading U.S. public interest environmental law firm, on behalf of a coalition of environmental advocacy groups, filed a first-ever petition with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency on October 3, calling on EPA to exercise its regulatory authority under … Continue reading

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Hillary Clinton addresses Climate Science Watch issues on integrity of science communication

We note that, in her remarks on “Scientific Integrity and Innovation” at the Carnegie Institution for Science on October 4, Sen. Clinton took up several issues that Climate Science Watch has raised and stated positions in line with what we … Continue reading

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GAP president Louis Clark: Whistleblowing at work now more dangerous

The protections for corporate workers established in the Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002, which was enacted in the wake of an epidemic of massive corporate fraud, have been gutted by the decisions of judges and bureaucrats.

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