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Category Archives: News Notes
Officials representing institutional investors controlling some $2.3 trillion in assets are asking Senate Democratic and Republican leaders to pass “strong national climate legislation” providing “legal, regulatory, and market certainty.”
The four finalists announced as remaining candidates for the 2008 $75,000 Grantham Prize for Excellence in Reporting on the Environment include three entries dealing primarily with global climate change.
Journalists and scientists experienced with climate change science won’t learn much new from the 2008 edition of the National Academies’ “Understanding and Responding to Climate Change,” a highlight of reports by the National Academies of Sciences and Engineering and their [...]
A comparison of front-page news coverage in The Wall Street Journal, since Rupert Murdoch bought Dow Jones, and The New York Times provides some early hints of how the Journal may be changing after its initial three months under Murdoch.
Transportation and climate change are to be the focus of attention and scrutiny at a University of Massachusetts, Amherst, climate change “think tank” May 29 and 30.
Look beyond Time magazine’s environment special to its May 12, 2008, listing of its “most influential people in the world.” Who do you think made that list from the climate science community?
A Sierra Club-sponsored survey of 1,000 Hispanic voters reports “overwhelming” concern about energy, global warming, and environmental issues.