10 things we learned from last week’s Ottawa conference on drug coverage hosted by the Canadian Health Coalition and Carleton University: 1. The University of British Columbia’s Steven Morgan noted that if Canada were to adopt the UK’s public drug … Continue reading →
Our friends over at Daily Kos are running an amazing Climate Change SOS Blogathon this week, featuring dozens of voices from the climate hawk community. Bill McKibben, Michael Mann, John Abraham, Rep. Ed Markey, A Siegel, Richard Heinberg, Heather Libby, Brad Johnson, Kelly Rigg and DeSmog's IT director Evan Leeson . . . → Read More: DeSmogBlog: Daily Kos Climate Change SOS Blogathon Features Wide Range of Climate Hawk Voices
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Ten of the nation’s top climate scientists penned a letter to Secretary of State Hillary Clinton today questioning why the State Department isn't considering the enormous climate change impacts of developing the Alberta tar sands in its review of the controversial Keystone XL export pipeline project.
“At the moment, your . . . → Read More: DeSmogBlog: Scientists Tell US State Department Excluding Climate Impacts in Keystone XL Review ‘Neither Wise nor Credible’
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This is a guest post authored by John Abraham, cross-posted with permission from the Yale Forum on Climate Change and the Media.
A recent posting on The Yale Forum on Climate Change & the Media website linked to a very long piece regarding climate . . . → Read More: DeSmogBlog: A Scientist’s Perspective: On Blogging, Comments … and Online Civil Discourse
This is a guest post from Dr. John Abraham
You could almost set your watch by it. It has become a regular absurdity that a bunch of non-scientists try to tell the world that they know something the experts don’t.
Those of us who watched that iconic television show called Cheers . . . → Read More: DeSmogBlog: 49 Cliff Clavin’s Walk into a Bar and Talk Climate Change