The October 2007 issue of Environment & Climate News reports on new developments in both the science and politics of climate change. On page 1:
- Greenhouse gas restrictions proposed by Florida Gov. Charlie Crist have come under fire from state elected officials and grassroots citizens' groups.
- U.S. temperature data compiled and reported by NASA since 2000 contained errors that caused the organization to falsely claim a number recent years were the hottest or among the hottest on record.
- U.S. House and Senate negotiators spent the August recess preparing to hammer out differences in their respective energy bills, which President George W. Bush has threatened to veto.
- In a fight against a court decision that many have characterized as unnecessary regulation of fishermen, business people, and private property owners, Pacific legal Foundation attorneys have filed a notice of appeal to defend the positive impact of hatchery fish on salmon populations.
Also in this issue: global warming indoctrination, air quality, renewable energy, nuclear power, asbestos, aerosols, global warming and health, solar power, and more. Science Director Jay Lehr, Ph.D. reviews Bulls Don't Blush, Bears Don't Die by economist Barry Asmus.
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