Environment and Climate News : Issue Archive

  • 2012 April Environment & Climate News

    The April issue of Environment & Climate News reports on the ongoing Fakegate scandal. Prominent scientist and global warming alarmist Peter Gleick confessed to assuming the identity of a...
  • 2012 March Environment & Climate News

    The March issue of Environment & Climate News reports the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency is fending off criticism after issuing a draft report claiming it has found chemicals consistent...
  • 2012 February Environment & Climate News

    The February issue of Environment & Climate News reports on Climategate 2, the release of more than 5,000 emails revealing misconduct and fraud among prominent scientists at the heart of the...
  • 2012 January Environment & Climate News

    The January 2012 issue of Environment & Climate News reports on the hefty oil dividend Alaskans will receive this year – $1,171 each, more than $3,000 on average per household. The disbursements...
  • 2011 November Environment & Climate News

    The November issue of Environment & Climate News reports that Kansas and Texas are leading a group of eight states suing the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency over its planned implementation...
  • 2011 October Environment & Climate News

    The October issue of Environment & Climate News reports on efforts by environmental activists and Obama administration officials to block construction of the Keystone XL pipeline, which would...
  • September 2011 - Environment & Climate News

    The September issue of Environment & Climate News reports on new NASA data showing carbon dioxide is trapping less heat in Earth’s atmosphere than computer models have predicted. The findings...
  • 2011 April Environment & Climate News

    The April issue of Environment & Climate News reports on Japan’s “nuclear crisis” – which, experts say, was more a media-contrived crisis than a real one. Explosions at a...
  • 2011 February Environment & Climate News

    The February issue of Environment & Climate News opens with a look at what happened at the international climate talks in Cancun, Mexico. Managing Editor James M. Taylor notes, “With China...
  • 2011 March Environment & Climate News

    The March issue of Environment & Climate News leads with a report on Pinellas County, Florida’s recently filed lawsuit against the Environmental Protection Agency over water nutrient runoff...
  • 2011 January Environment & Climate News

    The January issue of Environment & Climate News leads with a report on the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s new guidance requiring power plants, refineries, large industrial...
  • 2010 October Environment & Climate News

    The October issue of Environment & Climate News reports on a case of ugly environmental extremism: On September 1, activist James Lee, armed with two guns and several bombs, stormed Discovery...
  • 2010 November Environment & Climate News

    The November issue of Environment & Climate News reports on a bipartisan effort in Wyoming, led by Gov. Dave Freudenthal (D), to challenge to secretive nature of Bureau of Land Management...
  • 2010 August Environment & Climate News

    The August issue of Environment & Climate News reports how Gulf Coast states are taking the initiative in protecting their environments from the BP oil spill. Also in this issue: The Connecticut...
  • 2010 September Environment & Climate News

    The September issue of Environment & Climate News reports Mother Nature is working to restore the ecological health of the Gulf of Mexico in the aftermath of the BP oil spill, while the federal...
  • 2009 October Environment & Climate News: Dredging Up PCB Issues in the Hudson

    The October 2009 issue of Environment & Climate News reports that dredging of the Hudson River—a project five years behind schedule and $320 million over budget—has caused a dramatic...
  • 2009 August Environment & Climate News: The High Cost of Waxman-Markey

    The August issue of Environment & Climate News reports on a Congressional Budget Office study that pegs the cost of the Waxman-Markey cap-and-tax bill at nearly $850 billion over the next decade...
  • 2009 March Environment & Climate News: John Holdren as Obama Science Advisor?!

    The March 2009 issue of Environment & Climate News opens with news that President Barack Obama has selected known environmental alarmist John Holdren to direct the Office of Science and...
  • 2009 January Environment & Climate News: October Not So Warm After All!

    The January 2009 issue of Environment & Climate News reports that NASA’s Goddard Institute for Space Studies was forced by global warming skeptics to admit it had made a substantial error...
  • September 2008 Environment & Climate News

    The September 2008 issue of Environment & Climate News addresses "bias and cronyism" at the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change and presents the third of a three-part bibliography of peer-...
  • August 2008 Environment & Climate News

    The August 2008 issue of Environment & Climate News reports the U.S. Senate's rejection of the carbon dioxide cap-and-trade measure proposed by Sens. Joe Lieberman and John Warner. Sixteen...
  • July 2008 Environment & Climate News

    The July 2008 issue of Environment & Climate News reports on the Oregon Institute of Science and Medicine's release of the names of 31,072 American scientists who reject the assertion that global...
  • May 2008 Environment & Climate News

    The May 2008 issue of Environment & Climate News exposes the efforts of California middle-school teacher Michael Steria to brainwash his sixth-grade students with unfounded global warming...
  • April 2008 Environment & Climate News

    The April 2008 issue of Environment & Climate News highlights news from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration noting January 2008 was below twentieth century temperature averages...
  • March 2008 Environment & Climate News

    A January 2007 settlement agreement intended to reduce the number of bird deaths from wind turbines at Altamont Pass, California is failing. U.S. consumers will have to say goodbye to...