Monthly Archives: August 2011

Cool First Half of Summer

Weather Matters August 7, 2011 Now that summer has finally arrived, we can look back on a wet, cool spring and early summer, the second in a row. Doubtless some of you enjoy the cool, cloudy weather, but most people … Continue reading

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Gore: Global warming skeptics are this generation’s racists

One day climate change skeptics will be seen in the same negative light as racists, or so says former Vice President Al Gore. In an interview with former advertising executive and Climate Reality Project collaborator Alex Bogusky broadcasted on UStream on … Continue reading

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Bill McKibben: Global warming to blame for Hurricane Irene

Hurricane Irene has a middle name, according to progressive author and environmentalist Bill McKibben, and it’s “Global Warming.” The Daily Beast columnist says that because ocean temperatures are “bizarrely high” this year, a hurricane that couldn’t normally maintain such a … Continue reading

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New National Poll on Global Warming

From Rasmussen Reports: The debate over global warming has intensified in recent weeks after a new NASA study was interpreted by skeptics to reveal that global warming is not man-made. While a majority of Americans nationwide continue to acknowledge significant … Continue reading

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Rare Rain and Snow in the World’s Driest Desert

Children play during an unusual snowfall in the Atacama desert, near Copiapo, Chile, Sunday, July 31, 2011. This has been the wettest winter in decades for Chile’s arid northern desert, where fractions of an inch of rain have done major … Continue reading

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