Welcome to the home of “health denial.” Continue reading EPA air rule foes labeled 'health deniers'
GlaxoSmithKline’s malaria vaccine is possibly better than nothing — but even in the best light, it’s still dilly-dallying. Continue reading Coin toss immunity: Glaxo's malaria vaccine
“Thirty-five windmills at a western Pennsylvania wind farm have been silenced at night since a bat that belongs to an endangered species was found dead under one of the turbines.” (Johnstown Tribune-Democrat)
“Michigan Capitol Confidential took a look back at the nine solar power companies that were approved for state tax credits. Many have fizzled with reports that the companies are laying off employees at a time they were supposed to have been adding jobs.” (Michigan Capitol Confidential)
One hundred years ago this week, the Journal of the American Medical Association bemoaned extensions on the legal use of saccharin. Continue reading JAMA in 1911: Saccharin a drug
Apparently Disney doesn’t greenwash hard enough. Continue reading Greens go after Disney for illegal child lead exposures
… and also “to thwart perverts.” So greenwashing finally pays off. Continue reading Japanese burn bras to save fuel…
… “but global warming continues,” says Post columnist Andrew Freedman. Continue reading WashPost: 2011 on track to be cooler
EPA started the controversy when Lisa Jackson denied that EPA wanted to regulate farm dust. Now she can’t (or rather, won’t) end it. Continue reading EPA refuses to commit to not regulating farm dust
“Europe’s top court on Tuesday banned researchers from patenting any process to extract stem cells when it leads to the destruction of a human embryo.” (Agence France Presse)
EcoSalon — “the conscious culture and fashion website” — has compiled a list of the “Top 10 American Global Warming Deniers.” Continue reading Junkman a 'Top 10 American Global Warming Denier'
A conservative Senator from Georgia teams up with a green one from Colorado to require that FannieMae consider home energy efficiency in setting mortgage rates? Continue reading Sen. Isakson: FannieMae should promote green agenda through mortgages