The June 2006 issue of Environment & Climate News features a devastating critique, by Marlo Lewis of the Competitive Enterprise Institute, of Time magazine's special climate change issue. Lewis concludes, "Whatever science may discover about climate change in the future, this much is clear: Global warming politics have produced a meltdown of journalistic standards at Time magazine."
Page 1 of this issue highlights Oregon's plan to adopt California auto emission standards, growing support for nuclear power, tax hikes for "green" city buildings in Missouri, and Ohio's efforts to streamline its toxic emission standards.
Also in this issue: ethanol, DDT, windfall profits, air pollution, the Northeast regional greenhouse gas initiative, an award for "Dr. Doom," and more.
Heartland Science Director Jay Lehr reviews Chew on This, "a must-read for all those who really care about our food supply, really care about our nation's economic system, and wish to see how a book can attempt to destroy them both."
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