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More ships, planes, and troops means much more fossil fuel burned, leading to more carbon emissions that help destabilize the global climate, leading to more war and civil disturbances, and to what journalist Ross Gelbspan described as long ago as 1995 as a state of permanent emergency in which ...
More ships, planes and troops means much more fossil fuel burned, leading to more carbon emissions that help destabilize the global climate, leading to more war and civil disturbances, and to what journalist Ross Gelbspan described as long ago as 1995 as a state of permanent emergency in which ...
Ross Gelbspan began writing about WFA in the mid-1990s. DeSmog offers a detailed profile (read first!), which includes WFA Annual Reports for 2005 and 2014/2015. Recent searches found the 1998-2003 reports, attached and annotated here, with a few especially instructive quotes, plus a few key events ...
In the 1980's, participants in a hodgepodge of left-wing political causes -- the sanctuary movement, the nuclear freeze movement, the Committee in Solidarity with the People of El Salvador (CISPES) -- were all spied upon by the FBI, as shown by Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Ross Gelbspan. His 1991 ...
His latest book, Straight Up, takes on the oil and coal companies, the skeptics, and the press. His unfailing sense of priorities shines through his startlingly thoughtful and brutally blunt writing. I have one problem with his book -- but more about that later. As an assistant secretary of energy during the Clinton ...
page 5: The Union of Concerned Scientists' "Climate Deception Dossiers" did not actually reveal any evidence of a pay-for-performance arrangement between fossil fuel people and skeptic climate Scientists, but their "Dossier #5 instead revealed them to be enslaved to Ross Gelbspan's two decade-old ...
More ships, planes and troops means much more fossil fuel burned, leading to more carbon emissions that help destabilize the global climate, leading to more war and civil disturbances, and to what journalist Ross Gelbspan described as long ago as 1995 as a state of permanent emergency in which ...
More ships, planes, and troops means much more fossil fuel burned, leading to more carbon emissions that help destabilize the global climate, leading to more war and civil disturbances, and to what journalist Ross Gelbspan described as long ago as 1995 as a state of permanent emergency in which ...
More ships, planes and troops means much more fossil fuel burned, leading to more carbon emissions that help destabilize the global climate, leading to more war and civil disturbances, and to what journalist Ross Gelbspan described as long ago as 1995 as a state of permanent emergency in which ...
There is a lot of talk about grid resiliency in the US these days. Energy Secretary Rick Perry has declared that coal and nuclear are essential to the resiliency of the American power grid, but as Hurricane Maria proved beyond a reasonable doubt when it ripped through Puerto Rico last month, a grid whose ...
To a person growing up in the New York/New Jersey area, the dark smog that used to hang over the city was a fact of life. Before one sees any blue sky, there was always a blanket of smog created by chemical and organic compounds -- byproducts of widespread industrial activity. Those who are members ...
Ross Gelbspan began writing about WFA in the mid-1990s. DeSmog offers a detailed profile (read first!), which includes WFA Annual Reports for 2005 and 2014/2015. Recent searches found the 1998-2003 reports, attached and annotated here, with a few especially instructive quotes, plus a few key events ...
In the 1980's, participants in a hodgepodge of left-wing political causes -- the Sanctuary Movement, the nuclear freeze movement, the Committee in Solidarity with the people of El Salvador (CISPES) -- were all spied upon by the FBI, as shown by Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Ross Gelbspan. His 1991 book, Break-ins, ...

Few commentators seem to understand the potential for a Donald Trump presidency to profoundly undermine American democracy. In his Nov. 9 column ("Shocking, yes. Dictatorship? No."), Jeff Jacoby argues that the new president will be held in check by "entrenched constitutional prerogatives.
History of science professor Naomi Oreskes talks about climate change the way one might expect of both an earth scientist and a historian. "Science has to be part of the conversation on climate change," she says, "but it's not the whole conversation. At this time, I actually don't think it's the most important ...
His latest book, Straight Up, takes on the oil and coal companies, the skeptics, and the press. His unfailing sense of priorities shines through his startlingly thoughtful and brutally blunt writing. I have one problem with his book -- but more about that later. As an Assistant Secretary of energy during the Clinton ...
His latest book, Straight Up, takes on the oil and coal companies, the skeptics, and the press. His unfailing sense of priorities shines through his startlingly thoughtful and brutally blunt writing. I have one problem with his book -- but more about that later. As an Assistant Secretary of energy during the Clinton ...
page 5: The Union of Concerned Scientists' "Climate Deception Dossiers" did not actually reveal any evidence of a pay-for-performance arrangement between fossil fuel people and skeptic climate scientists, but their "Dossier #5 instead revealed them to be enslaved to Ross Gelbspan's two decade-old ...
To a person growing up in the New York/New Jersey area, the dark smog that used to hang over the city was a fact of life. Before one sees any ...
Ross Gelbspan began writing about WFA in the mid-1990s. DeSmog offers a detailed profile (read first!), which includes WFA Annual Reports ...
History of science professor Naomi Oreskes talks about climate change the way one might expect of both an earth scientist and a historian.
History of science professor Naomi Oreskes talks about climate change the way one might expect of both an earth scientist and a historian.
First, Gore's alleged source, Ross Gelbspan, is not a Pulitzer Prize winner. Gelbspan's 1997 book, The Heat Is On, supposedly exposes how ...
His latest book, Straight Up, takes on the oil and coal companies, the skeptics, and the press. His unfailing sense of priorities shines through his ...
And Ross Gelbspan, who has written extensively about global warming, is seen addressing high school students in Brookline, Mass. But the ...
The hurricane that struck Louisiana yesterday was nicknamed Katrina by the National Weather Service. Its real name is global warming.
People have asked me why I dwell on global warming issue book author Ross Gelbspan, who was at the peak of his fame over a decade ago.
To a person growing up in the New York/New Jersey area, the dark smog that used to hang over the city was a fact of life. Before one sees any ...
Ross Gelbspan began writing about WFA in the mid-1990s. DeSmog offers a detailed profile (read first!), which includes WFA Annual Reports ...
... in Solidarity with the people of El Salvador (CISPES) -- were all spied upon by the FBI, as shown by Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Ross Gelbspan.
Amid much fanfare yesterday, President Trump announced an executive order intended to roll back Obama administration climate policies.
... on climate change in 1994, perhaps the first sign of an emerging alliance with environmentalists, which Ross Gelbspan wrote about in 1997, ...
... administration policy tomorrow. This is just one of many changes that will mark the end of the American era. Ross Gelbspan. Jamaica Plain.
History of science professor Naomi Oreskes talks about climate change the way one might expect of both an earth scientist and a historian.
In an exclusive interview for The Bridgton News, Pulitzer Prize winning reporter and author, Ross Gelbspan explains the present state of ...
First, Gore's alleged source, Ross Gelbspan, is not a Pulitzer Prize winner. Gelbspan's 1997 book, The Heat Is On, supposedly exposes how ...
journalists James Hoggan and Ross Gelbspan have also done considerable spadework in uncovering the campaigns mounted by fossil fuel ...
People have asked me why I dwell on global warming issue book author Ross Gelbspan, who was at the peak of his fame over a decade ago.
Donald Trump's "policies" don't really exist in any conventional or coherent sense, but his promises, pledges and appointments so far tell us enough to know that he's devoted to the kind of bubble economics that ultimately can only burst.
With a new Trump-picked Supreme Court in place, what is unconstitutional today could easily become standard administration policy tomorrow.
In his book Boiling Point, Ross Gelbspan notes that the unusually high approval rate "sent shock waves" through corporate headquarters and caused the company to change its tune, "soften its stance" toward global warming, and tone down the rhetoric in ...
That's the very same interpretation repeated endlessly by climate alarmists including Al Gore, Ross Gelbspan (1997's The Heat Is On), Canadian public relations flak James Hoggan 's attack website DeSmogBlog, and many others.
Ross Gelbspan A former journalist at the Philadelphia Bulletin, Washington Post and Boston Globe, he is author of "The Heat Is On" and "Boiling Point.
In an exclusive interview for The Bridgton News, Pulitzer Prize winning reporter and author, Ross Gelbspan explains the present state of climate change and global warming.
According to Borenstein himself, his own views "start and end with Ross Gelbspan's The Heat Is On," which condemns scientists who disagree with the theory of man-caused global warming, painting all those who disagree as being biased by pro-industry and ...
In an exclusive interview for The Bridgton News, Pulitzer Prize winning reporter and author, Ross Gelbspan explains the present state of climate change and global warming.


 

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