October 17th, 2012 | by Don Lieber
In the latest example of the widening gap in climate change policies between the USA and Europe, the Government
September 29th, 2011 | by Zachary Shahan
Witch hunts seem to be all the current GOP has money or time for. For example, Senator James M. Inhofe (Okla.) -- one of the most outspoken climate change deniers in the world -- requested a review of the EPA's greenhouse gas endangerment finding by the Office of Inspector General (IG) recently.
The report from the IG is in. Surprise, surprise.. it found that:
- "EPA met statutory requirements for rulemaking and generally followed
requirements and guidance related to ensuring the quality of the supporting
- "...the TSD was a highly influential scientific assessment
because EPA weighed the strength of the available science by its choices of
information, data, studies, and conclusions included in and excluded from the TSD."
April 1st, 2011 | by Zachary Shahan
The science is absolutely clear, climate change is happening (at an unprecedented speed) and this is caused by humans. However, for a long time, Republicans remained the only major political party in the world to deny these facts and deny any need to act. Actually, the Bush administration and other top Republicans finally admitted to this for awhile until the false scandal (or misunderstood scandal) known as climategate, unprecedented funding for anti-science studies and claims, and horrendous coverage of these topics in the media. Republicans and even some Democrats, funded by massive fossil fuel industries only interested in making another buck, fought climate change legislation tooth and nail and even fought its existence. They looked to dismantle any environmental policies and government agencies, actually
February 21st, 2011 | by Zachary Shahan
Of course, after Mark Hertsgaard and others put the pressure on climate cranks such as Senator James (global warming is