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Smog as a Political Analogy

By Chang Ping, published: March 4, 2015

“Each and every part (of the petroleum industry) is basically a monopoly.”

“Under a monopoly there can be no innovation.” 1,087 more words

Analyses And Opinions

Academe, church join the call to divest fossil fuels

By Jennifer C. Tilos

DUMAGUETE CITY (PIA) — Hundreds of students, teachers, civil society groups and representatives of the church gathered at Foundation University recently to join the “Global Divestment Day, Challenges Fossil Fuel Industry.” 385 more words

Dumaguete City

MCC tries to defend tree felling but students not ready to buy it

Chennai, Feb 28: After the initial furore over Madras Christian College losing its vegetation cover due to rampant felling of trees the college authorities have come out with an explanation. 604 more words

Social Media: Friend or Foe in Environmentalism?

Below, a short interview with Michigan senior Julie Whinham discussing Marc Stoiber’s beliefs about the negative impact of social media on the environmental movement. Check it out! 13 more words

The Environment

Environmentalists appealed to Pope Francis to hear Yolanda survivors’ calls for justice, accountability

NEGROS ORIENTAL  (PIA) –Thousands of pilgrims from the various parts of Leyte and Samar including the environmental advocates in a Gathering of Poor held a candle-lighting to welcome Pope Francis on the eve of his visit to the Typhoon-devastated city of Tacloban. 479 more words

Climate Change

Global Warming Pause: Is the End Near?

By S. Fred Singer / February 3, 2015 / American Thinker

Introduction

Global Warming (GW) alarmists are in a pickle: no GW, in spite of rising CO2 levels.  953 more words

Climate