The January 2005 issue of Environment & Climate News offers a centerspread feature on environmentalist opposition to wind power proposals in California, Kansas, Louisiana, and Massachusetts.
Page 1 of this issue covers
- the failure of anti-biotech measures on the ballot in several California communities;
- Oklahoma Senator James Inhofe's recent floor speech exposing the partisan nature of nonprofit environmentalist organizations;
- the endorsement by the American Society of Mechanical Engineers of nuclear power as a safe and efficient source of energy; and
- the Endangered Species Act and wolf delistings in the northern Rocky Mountains.
Also in this issue: global warming and the Kyoto Protocol, asbestos litigation reform, a Montana court ruling on groundwater cleanup, farm pollution authority in Iowa, environmental rewards to mining companies, and the Strategic Petroleum Reserve. Heartland Institute Science Director Jay Lehr reviews The Future of the Earth: "socialist propaganda," Lehr warns.
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