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[cdn-nucl-l] NIPCC book "Nature, Not Human Activity Rules the Climate" April 2008
Of course, professionals could just read this remarkable summary document,
check the references and make up their own minds about its validity.
This is a very important issue. It is appropriate to examine at both sides
of the debate.
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From: "Robin Collins" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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Sent: Tuesday, July 15, 2008 10:55 PM
Subject: Re: [cdn-nucl-l] NIPCC book "Nature, Not Human Activity Rules the
Climate" April 2008, 11 MB
> for reference and context, according to sourcewatch:
> The Heartland Institute, according to the Institute's web site, is a
> nonprofit organization "to discover and promote free-market solutions
> to social and economic problems". Heartland campaigns against what
> it refers to as "junk science"; supports "common-sense
> environmentalism", such as opposition to the the Kyoto protocol aimed
> at countering global warming and promoting genetically engineered
> crops and products; it supports the privatization of public services;
> it opposes tobacco control measure such as tobacco tax increases and
> denies the health effects of second-hand smoke; it supports the
> introduction of school vouchers;, and it promotes the deregulation of
> health care insurance. Heartland also hosts PolicyBot, which it refers
> to as the "Internet's most extensive clearing-house for the work of
> free-market think tanks". The database contains 22,000 documents from
> 350 U.S. right-wing think tanks and advocacy groups.
> In March 2008 the Heartland Institute hosted what was referred to as
> The 2008 International Conference on Climate Change.
> On Tue, Jul 15, 2008 at 10:45 PM, Jerry Cuttler <email@example.com>
>> I thought some of you might want to read this 50-page report of the
>> Non-governmental IPCC meeting held in April 2008.
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