By Timothy Hurst on March 16, 2010
Americans are less concerned today than they were a year ago about each of eight specific environmental problems ranging from water, soil, and air pollution, to loss of tropical rainforests, wildlife biodiversity and global warming.
By Timothy Hurst on February 3, 2010
The U.S. Climate Task Force and Future 500 recently released the results of a survey showing that a straight carbon tax is the preferred policy option for addressing climate change among American voters.
By Timothy Hurst on January 19, 2010
Since the media is so eager to characterize Tuesday’s special election in Massachusetts between Democrat Martha Coakley and Republican Scott Brown as a “national election”, we’re giving you a chance to participate as if it is.
By Timothy Hurst on December 7, 2009
As delegates gather in Copenhagen for the UN climate summit, a new poll shows growing concern for climate change; nearly two-thirds say climate is “very serious” problem.
By Timothy Hurst on June 9, 2008
The good news? The number of Senate skeptics is down from 77% in 2006 Do you want to know why Republican Senators voted last week to filibuster the Lieberman-Warner Climate Security Act? Put plainly – they just don’t buy it. Or, in the words of one Republic Senator: “This global-warming debate is a farce.” Think [...]