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CEI Weekly: PBS Documents Changing Climate Change Debate 

Friday, October 26, 2012

 

 

Feature: Myron Ebell featured in new PBS Frontline.

FEATURE: PBS Documents Changing Climate Change Debate

 

This week, PBS Frontline aired "Climate of Doubt," a close look at the effect climate change skeptics have had on public opinion. CEI's Myron Ebell was featured in the documentary as one of the primary voices in the debate on the urgency of global warming . Watch "Climate of Doubt" here. Listen to Myron's response to the program in the podcast to the right.

 

SHAPING THE DEBATE

 

'Infostructure' Is Fine But Roads Are Still Essential

Marc Scribner's letter to the editor in The Wall Street Journal

 

Google Is Many Things--But Not an Illegal Monopoly

Ryan Radia's op-ed in CNET

 

Carbon Tax: Will Tweedle Dum Snatch Defeat From the Jaws of Victory?

Marlo Lewis' op-ed in Forbes

 

From Frontline, A Look at the Skeptics' Advance

Myron Ebell's citation in The New York Times blogs

 

President Obama Reverses Course, For Now, And We're Better Off For It

John Berlau's op-ed in Forbes

 

Timely Questions for the Debate

 

Chris Horner's post in PJ Media

 

A Lack of Government Transparency: The Devil in the Detailing

Henry I. Miller & Jeff Steir's op-ed in Forbes

 

Layoffs, Failures Test Colorado's "New Energy Economy"

William Yeatman's citation in The Denver Post

 

Distorted Government Statistics Endanger Our Economic Health

Bill Frezza's column in Forbes

 

 

 

 

                     

 

 

CEI PODCAST

 

October 25, 2012: The Changing Climate Change Debate

 

Director of Energy and Global Warming Policy Myron Ebell discusses his recent PBS Frontline appearance, and how the debate over global warming has shifted in the last few years. The issue has all but fallen off the radar as economic difficulties have supplanted environmental concerns in the public mind.

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