The September 2008 issue of Environment & Climate News addresses "bias and cronyism" at the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change and presents the third of a three-part bibliography of peer-reviewed studies that contradict global warming alarmism.
On page 1:
- The Environmental Protection Agency released an Advanced Notice of Proposed Rulemaking for the purpose of regulating greenhouse gas emissions under the Clean Air Act. A 120-day public comment period opened on July 30.
- The Rhode Island Supreme Court unanimously ruled paint companies are not liable for $2.4 billion required to abate deteriorating lead pain in 240,000 privately owned residences.
- The Delaware Supreme Court ruled environmental activist groups have no basis for challenging horseshoe crab harvest guidelines enacted by the state Department of Natural Resources.
- The press for more offshore drilling has opened a rift among California environmentalists, many of whom are calling for increased oil recovery as a way to reduce natural oil seepage.
Also in this issue: public opinion on oil and gas recovery; nuclear, solar, and wind power; mercury; global warming and farmers; eagles and wolves in Michigan; and Science Director Jay Lehr's review of The Deniers, which he says will "inspire you."
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