Thursday, May 28, 2009

Science Shows White Can Cool

Bill Nye the science guy demonstrates how white cools hot buildings and global warming. (05/28/09)

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Tuesday, May 26, 2009

Video: "Going Green" by Going White

US Energy Secretary Steven Chu Says Paint Flat Roofs White to Fight Climate Change, "Cool Colors" for Sloped Roofs (Bloomberg News)

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Friday, May 22, 2009

Video: Climate Change Bill Clears Hurdle

President Obama's proposal to fight climate change if cleared one important hurdle in congress yesterday. (Bloomberg News)

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Video: Inside Look - The Carbon Trading Debate

Cap-and-Trade Bill Passes House Committee - Interview with Climate Exchange Chairman Richard Sandor (Bloomberg News)

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Thursday, May 21, 2009

Al Gore's Hypocrisy Astounding

Here's the first thing you shouldn't do in front of Al Gore: Be skeptical about catastrophic, human-caused global warming. He will rip your reputation apart, just as he once did to reputable, honorable scientists in congressional hearings.

Here's the second thing you shouldn't do in front of Al Gore: Ask him whether he himself might have the kind of conflict of interest that he takes for granted in others. For heaven's sake, do not get into the question of whether he might make a lot of money with the passage of a global warming cap-and-trade tax that he has been fighting for.

Republican Rep. Marsha Blackburn of Tennessee thought it might be interesting to find out. After all, Gore is associated with a venture capital company that has invested about $1 billion in companies that just might make a bundle should cap-and-trade become law. So she asked if he would benefit.

By Jay Ambrose

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Wednesday, May 20, 2009

Video Trail Mix: Garden Variety Politics

CQ Politics columnist and MSNBC contributor Craig Crawford gets down and dirty (literally) in his quest to gain insight into today's political climate.

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Video: Economic Expectations - Can't Do Global/Climate Change Alone

Interview with Laura Tyson of the Economic Recovery Advisory Board (Bloomberg News)

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Tuesday, May 19, 2009

Video: In-Depth Look - Businesses & Climate Change

Analysis and discussion with Chad Holiday, Chairman of the DuPoint. He talks about the climate change debate and the bill that is taking up in the house. (Bloomberg News)

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Monday, May 18, 2009

Video: Climate Change Legislation

House Committee takes up climate change bill amid lobbying frenzy. (Bloomberg News)

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Video: In-Depth Look - Updating The Electrical Grid

Interview and discussion with U.S. Energy Secretary, Steven Chu. He talks about the debate happing in the congress regarding the climate change legislation. (Bloomberg News)

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Thursday, May 14, 2009

Argentina's southernmost glaciers are disappearing

Ushuaia is the southernmost city on Earth, just at the edge of the Antarctic. But even in this fridgid climate, global warming is taking a huge toll on glaciers that not only support a tourist industry but also provide drinking water for the city.

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Thursday, May 7, 2009

Video: Cap-And-Trade Debate Continues

Climate change legislation appears to be gaining momentum in Washington. Conflicts over the fine print of cap in trade could derail profits. (Bloomberg News)

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