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Greenpeace sued, accused of breaking organized crime law – Dakota Access Pipeline owner sues Greenpeace, arguing it broke organized crime law

By Dino Grandoni August 22 at 6:15 PM Juanita Cabrera Lopez, of the Maya Mam Nation, from Washington, says a prayer on Capitol Hill during a December 2016 demonstration to protest the Dakota Access oil pipeline. (Alex Brandon/AP) The company behind the Dakota Access Pipeline, which drew international attention for potentially endangering the water supply of Native […]

Morano on TV: Bannon’s departure ‘bad news for climate skeptics’

On last night’s show, Marc Morano of explained what Steve Bannon’s departure will mean for climate skeptics. Bannon was one of the last members of the Trump administration who wouldn’t have been comfortable working for a President Hillary Clinton. His exit will only increase the influence of White House Democrats like Ivanka Trump, Jared Kushner, Steve Mnuchin. WATCH our discussion to hear the real […]

PEW SURVEY: Only 28% of Americans believe scientists understand causes of climate change ‘very well’ By Scott Rasmussen Twenty-eight percent (28%) of Americans think that climate scientists understand the causes of global climate change “very well.” A Pew Research study found that only 19% believe that the climate scientists have a very good understanding of the best ways to address the issue. In general, the study found that Americans trust climate scientists more […]

New Study: ‘Multiple lines of evidence’ show Medieval Warm Period was warmer than today

Big data finds the Medieval Warm Period – no denial here By Jennifer Marohasy Excerpt: Our new technical paper in GeoResJ (vol. 14, pages 36-46) will likely be ignored.  Because after applying the latest big data technique to six 2,000 year-long proxy-temperature series we cannot confirm that recent warming is anything but natural – what might have […]