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Bob Murray claims Earth’s getting colder (just ignore those rising global temperatures). A Murray Energy lobbyist is now Trump’s nominee for No. 2 at EPA.
Critics say the Trump administration is using questionable math to justify scrapping Obama-era climate rules.
“It was really just a small minority of businesses that were against it.”
New book explores controversial week killer, cancer and corrupt science.
The European Parliament’s environment and agriculture committees are holding on Wednesday a highly anticipated public hearing on the so-called “Monsanto papers” and glyphosate.
Tony Abbott's speech to the Global Warming Policy Foundation provides a mix of partial truths that are designed to create a plausible whole.
The former Australian prime minister’s misleading speech to a London thinktank was full of climate denial mythology.
Former Australian prime minister likens treatment of climate sceptics to the Spanish Inquisition and says the government lost seats by not campaigning on energy prices.
Lawyers on the “Monsanto papers” case accused the EU agencies responsible for food safety and chemicals of “wilfully sawing off certain studies” in their risk assessment of glyphosate.
The nominee, Andrew R. Wheeler, is a former aide to Senator James M. Inhofe, an outspoken denier of established science on climate change, and has worked as a lobbyist for Murray Energy.
A detailed schedule for the EPA leader shows many meals, meetings with industry executives he regulates.
If confirmed to the EPA, Michael Dourson will be in a position to set safety levels for many of the same chemicals his company was paid to defend.
Wary of misleading coverage, some climate researchers are avoiding publicizing results. Others prepare countermeasures to anticipate and combat skewed media reports.
Research suggests the country could gain from higher temperatures.
Some have argued that consensus messaging is counter-productive. Here’s why they’re wrong.