The November 2007 issue of Environment & Climate News leads with a report on the work of meteorologist Anthony Watts, whose surfacestations.org project gathers data about the temperature measurement stations used by NASA and NOAA. Also on page 1:
- Residents of Kittitas County, Washington are outraged by Gov. Christine Gregoire's decision to overrule county officials and allow 65 wind turbines to be built on hillsides surrounding the county.
- Researchers at the University of Alabama-Huntsville have provided more real-world evidence of the self-regulation nature of the Earth's atmosphere, casting further doubt on alarmist global warming theory.
- In a hearing before the U.S. Senate, the National Association of Manufacturers and National Conference of Black Mayors expressed opposition to an Environmental Protection Agency plan to tighten air quality standards.
Also in this issue: climate change, Clean Water Act, ozone, carbon taxes and cap-and-trade schemes, CAFE, fertilizer, bugs, mining, and more. Heartland Science Director Jay Lehr reviews Parts Per Million: The Poisoning of Beverly Hills High School, whose author is "a very talented insider who in the end lets the reader decide, though she herself is certainly convinced."
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