A Few Things Ill Considered

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Sunday, November 19, 2006

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Another week of GW news - Nairobi

(Courtesy of H.E.Taylor, here is the Nairobi GW news roundup
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The Nairobi conference is the big story of the week:



PS. You can access the previous postings of this series here.


"We can stay with business as usual and be the generation that presides over a global bubble economy that keeps expanding until it bursts, or we can be the generation that stabilizes population, eradicates poverty, and stabilizes climate. Historians will record the choice, but it is ours to make."

-Lester Brown: Plan B - Rescuing a Planet



  • At November 20, 2006 12:06 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    I realize one can't watch every single journal for all possible orignal stories, but the Libertarian mag-rag Reason at least has a few original things to say on the subject of the Nairobi talks, and the climate.


    and for once, the commenters there have been remarkably non-flamy on the subjecct.


  • At November 30, 2006 2:23 PM, Blogger Jenn said…

    I am curious about your take on the case the Supreme Court has agreed to hear, about MA v. the EPA on regulating greenhouse gases in motor vehicles....

  • At December 07, 2006 4:37 PM, Blogger coby said…

    Hi Jenn,

    Sorry for the late reply...

    I think it is a good argument that CO2 should be regulated and is a pollutant etc, but I think the global and tiny effect individual sources have makes it quite complicated if you want to begin talking about liabilities and damage.

    I think if Scalia is ready to admit he does not understand the science he should just accept what every scientific body has concluded and stop humouring the FUD slingers.

    Real climate have some discussion here and here

  • At December 19, 2006 5:37 AM, Blogger R2K said…

    Biggest post ever.


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