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Innovations Can Save Electricity Zach Lyman has taken his passion for energy alternatives and elegantly fused it into solar-powered Juice Bags. Using a high-efficiency solar panel, Juice Bags have a 7-watt output to a car-lighter-adapter. Now you can charge phones, iPods and other low-voltage devices with useful bags and backpacks made from recycled plastic bottles. (04-18-2007)
Fox News Loves Global Warming Criticizing the Bush administration as too eco-friendly Fox portrays the views of nobel laureates as "junk science" although decisions by the nation's courts suggest otherwise. (12-29-2006)
Climate Expert Says NASA Tried To Silence Him "Communicating with the public seems to be essential," he said, "because public concern is probably the only thing capable of overcoming the special interests that have obfuscated the topic." (01-29-2006)
Nuclear Power in the Media The New York Times has now published two articles in the span of two days that seem to suggest that "environmentalists" have embraced nuclear power, when in reality only a hand-picked few have begun to feel it is inevitable. (05-17-2005)
Liberals Urged to Control Policy Debates UC Berkeley professor of linguistics and cognitive sciences George Lakoff says Republicans -- through their elaborate think tanks that train them to influence the media -- have learned how to speak to voters in simple terms. "You can't speak simply if [you] don't already have the issues you want to raise in mind," he said. (12-05-2004)

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