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Senator Murkowski Is In Trouble; More Intel on the Koch Brothers

Senator Murkowski Is In Trouble; More Intel on the Koch Brothers

August 27, 2010 by · Leave a Comment 

Alaska’s two-term Senator Lisa Murkowski is more than 1,600 votes behind in the Republican primary, with nearly all precincts reporting. State election officials are now counting the 7,600 absentee ballots, and results should be known next week. Recall that in June, the Senate voted 53 to 47 to block Senator Murkowski’s resolution to rescind the […]

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Senator Murkowski Is In Trouble; More Intel on the Koch Brothers, Climate Action Hotline 8.27.10

Senator Murkowski Is In Trouble; More Intel on the Koch Brothers, Climate Action Hotline 8.27.10

August 27, 2010 by · Leave a Comment 

August 27, 2010 Senator Murkowski Is In Trouble; More Intel on the Koch Brothers Alaska’s two-term Senator Lisa Murkowski is more than 1,600 votes behind in the Republican primary, with nearly all precincts reporting. State election officials are now counting the 7,600 absentee ballots, and results should be known next week. Recall that in June, […]

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Attacks on Climate Science Connected to New Era of Hydrocarbon Development

Attacks on Climate Science Connected to New Era of Hydrocarbon Development

August 20, 2010 by · Leave a Comment 

There’s nothing polite about the House and Senate campaigns that attack directly the scientific consensus that global warming is occurring and man-made carbon emissions are its primary cause. It doesn’t matter that independent scientific panels uniformly concluded that the emails stolen from East Anglia University last year did nothing to weaken the science of climate […]

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Asleep at the Wheel

Asleep at the Wheel

August 20, 2010 by · 1 Comment 

China and the U.S. Going Different Ways In the troubled climate action summer of 2010 it’s at least a little relief to know that some progress is occurring. The Department of Energy, in its latest assessment released this month of the American wind energy sector, reports that Texas is generating 2.29 gigawatts of energy from […]

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Attacks on Climate Science Connected to New Era of Hydrocarbon Development, Climate Action Hotline 8.20.10

Attacks on Climate Science Connected to New Era of Hydrocarbon Development, Climate Action Hotline 8.20.10

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August 20, 2010 Attacks on Climate Science Connected to New Era of Hydrocarbon Development There’s nothing polite about the House and Senate campaigns that attack directly the scientific consensus that global warming is occurring and man-made carbon emissions are its primary cause. It doesn’t matter that independent scientific panels uniformly concluded that the emails stolen […]

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Asleep at the Wheel, Climate Action Hotline 8.13.10

Asleep at the Wheel, Climate Action Hotline 8.13.10

August 13, 2010 by · Leave a Comment 

August 13, 2010 Asleep at the Wheel China and the U.S. Going Different Ways In the troubled climate action summer of 2010 it’s at least a little relief to know that some progress is occurring. The Department of Energy, in its latest assessment released this month of the American wind energy sector, reports that Texas […]

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Gulf Disaster Approaches End as Senate Again Delays Energy Bill, Climate Action Hotline 8.6.10

Gulf Disaster Approaches End as Senate Again Delays Energy Bill, Climate Action Hotline 8.6.10

August 6, 2010 by · Leave a Comment 

August 6, 2010 Gulf Disaster Approaches End As Senate Again Delays Energy Bill On day 108 of the BP oil catastrophe, the company began pouring cement to seal the blown out well and eliminate the chance it would pour more oil into Gulf waters. The United States this week estimated the BP blowout, which began […]

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