This week: our pre-Thanksgiving intellectual feast. It’s a four-course meal as usual.
For the hors d’oeuvres, we’re serving up something new: a roundup of the new entrants into the presidential race and how they stack up on environmental issues.
For the side dishes, we’ll reheat some leftovers. We’ll look at the climategate debacle 10 years later.
And for the main course: What people or companies will we choose as the top turkeys of the year?
We’ll end with a little digestif: our free electrons.
Read along with us:
- Politico: The Left Smells a Rat in Bloomberg, Patrick Bids
- Greenwire: As Mass. Governor, Deval Patrick Promoted RGGI, Clean Power
- BBC Documentary: Climategate 10 Years Later
- Columbia Journalism Review: Michael Mann on Coverage Since ‘Climategate’
- Our top Turkeys: Andrew Wheeler's plan to dismantle EPA; Saudi Aramco's lagging IPO; and Elon Musk's lies about solar.
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