Posts Tagged "“Al Gore” “An Inconvenient Truth” “Global warming” “Climate change”"

Accountability in the consumer carbon offset market: just what are you paying for?

Another sign of the gradual maturation of the consumer carbon offset market: the New York Times recently filed a piece that moves beyond the simple who, what and why of the industry (although the article still has plenty of that), and instead focuses more intently on how to differentiate the various organizations in this space. Like most first-look articles, this… read more →

With friends like these: Easterbrook on ‘An Inconvenient Truth’

Gregg Easterbrook offers up a fatuous look at the "moral flaws" of Al Gore's An Inconvenient Truth, laying out a laundry list of quibbles that we'll undoubtedly be hearing a lot more of in the coming weeks. What's interesting is that Easterbrook claims to be glad that a serious-minded movie about global warming will be hitting suburban movie theaters. A… read more →