What’s the Connection Between the Media & Climate Skeptics?

December 5, 2011 by  
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A study released at COP17 found, unsurprisingly, that the US has the largest share of climate skeptics, followed closely by the UK. Those two countries also have the dubious honor of devoting the most media attention to climate skeptics.

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What’s the Connection Between the Media & Climate Skeptics?

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A study released at COP17 found, unsurprisingly, that the US has the largest share of climate skeptics, followed closely by the UK. Those two countries also have the dubious honor of devoting the most media attention to climate skeptics.

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A study released at COP17 found, unsurprisingly, that the US has the largest share of climate skeptics, followed closely by the UK. Those two countries also have the dubious honor of devoting the most media attention to climate skeptics.

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Businesses Work to Turn Government Rhetoric Into Action at COP17

November 30, 2011 by  
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As the COP17 negotations continue their slow progress at the UN climate summit, the business community is ready to act now, and a new business-focused coalition aims to help companies as well as governments take meaningful action on climate change.

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Despite Boom in Renewables, Risks Could Hurt Further Growth

November 30, 2011 by  
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As spending on renewables comes of age, the sector faces a significant challenge to better manage financial risk, according to a new report by EIU and Swiss Re.

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The Past as Prologue: 5 Sustainability Milestones at McGraw-Hill

November 30, 2011 by  
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Louise Raymond, the VP of corporate responsibility and at the publishing giant, reflects on how the last 10 years have shifted the company’s thinking on sustainability, and what the next 10 will bring.

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Why We Shouldn’t Have to Wait to Clean Up Coal-Fired Power Plants

November 30, 2011 by  
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Despite some utilities already making good progress on reducing mercury and air pollutants from their coal-fired power plants, some in the industry are using delay tactics to try and push back any further progress.  

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After 20 Years, Consumers are Finally Getting Greener

November 30, 2011 by  
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Although the outlook on most environmental issues is pretty bleak, taking stock of the progress made in the relatively short timeframe of the last two decades, it really does appear that we’ve come a long way.

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What the COP17 Negotiators Must Accomplish in Durban

November 29, 2011 by  
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From emerging good news about on-the-ground implementation to deciding the fate of the Kyoto Protocol, participants in the current U.N. Climate Summit have their work cut out for them, even though expectations and hope for progress are as low as can be.

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Exposing the Massive Gap Between Words & Action on Climate Change

November 29, 2011 by  
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As COP17 kicks off, and the International Energy Agency publishes a bleak annual energy outlook report, it’s time to explore how politicians say one thing and do nothing when it comes to addressing greenhouse gas emissions.

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