Environment and Climate News : Issue Archive

  • January 2003 Environment & Climate News

    The January 2003 issue of Environment & Climate News features articles by S. Fred Singer, Patrick J. Michaels, and Managing Editor James M. Taylor addressing new research on the causes and...
  • January 2003 Environment & Climate News

    The January 2003 issue of Environment & Climate News features articles by S. Fred Singer, Patrick J. Michaels, and Managing Editor James M. Taylor addressing new research on the causes and...
  • November 2002 Environment & Climate News

  • October 2002 Environment & Climate News

    The October 2002 issue of Environment & Climate News tackles a wide range of the most important environment policy debates taking place in the U.S. and across the globe. Healthy forests: Will...
  • September 2002 Environment & Climate News

    California’s attempt to circumvent federal CAFE standards shares Page 1 of the September 2002 issue of Environment & Climate News with Glen Schleede’s analysis of a Dakotas wind farm proposal and...
  • August 2002 Environment & Climate News

    Environment & Climate News addresses wildfires raging across the West, EPA’s proposed reform of New Source Review, and the failure of public transit to attract drivers away from their cars ......
  • July 2002 Environment & Climate News

    According to a report in the July 2002 issue of Environment & Climate News, Hollywood hypocrites are at war with an environmentalist group seeking to make the scenic Malibu beaches available to...
  • May 2002 Environment & Climate News

    The front page of the May 2002 issue of Environment & Climate News responds to the biggest environmental controversies in the news: the collapse of the Larsen B ice shelf in the Antarctic...
  • April 2002 Environment & Climate News

    According to the National Academy of Sciences, the federal government’s shutoff of irrigation water to farmers in the Klamath Basin area not only was unnecessary, but likely harmed the very sucker...
  • March 2002 Environment & Climate News

    The March 2002 issue of Environment & Climate News features Page 1 coverage of a disturbing trend in the U.S. Forest Service: Lying. The issue also features special coverage of the War on the...
  • February 2002 Environment & Climate News

    The February 2002 issue of Environment & Climate News includes a special report on anti-smoker efforts in California and Maryland, plus coverage of Forest Service reform, Superfund, ANWR drilling...
  • January 2002 Environment & Climate News

    The January 2002 issue of Environment & Climate News features a special report on the economics and politics of drilling for oil in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge. In other front-page news,...
  • December 2001 Environment & Climate News

    "The terrorist attacks on America have awakened the nation to a previously unthinkable assault on our freedoms and our way of life," writes Managing Editor James M. Taylor in the December 2001 issue...
  • October 2001 Environment & Climate News

    As summer winds down and winter approaches, the October 2001 issue of Environment & Climate News gives centerspread coverage to the climate change issue. The Business Roundtable's recently...
  • September 2001 Environment & Climate News

    The September issue of Environment & Climate News highlights a recent U.S. Supreme Court victory for private landowners and exposes Sierra Club missteps on "smart growth." Other articles cover...
  • August 2001 Environment & Climate News

    Release in June of a much-anticipated study of global warming by the National Academy of Sciences touched off a frenzy trumpteting the "uncontestable truth" of human-induced warming. In fact, we...
  • July 2001 Environment & Climate News

    The mid-May release of President George W. Bush's long-awaited national energy plan merits front-page coverage in the July issue of Environment & Climate News. Managing Editor James Taylor...
  • June 2001 Environment & Climate News

    Federal and state government officials, "wind farm" devolopers, and renewable energy advocacy groups have for years touted windmills as an environmentally benign and economically acceptable way to...
  • May 2001 Environment & Climate News

    The Bush administration's March 28, 2001 announcement that it has "no interest in implementing" the Kyoto global warming treaty rocked Washington and the world ... and merits front-page coverage in...