A little good news on the global warming fight from CNNMoney.com:
Chances dim for climate-change legislation
NEW YORK (Fortune) — An influential coalition of Fortune 500 companies and environmental groups that was formed to support climate-change legislation has splintered over the Lieberman-Warner bill that is headed next week to the Senate floor.
Without widespread corporate support, passage of the bill – already a long shot at best – becomes even more unlikely this year. President Bush remains opposed. House Democrats have been slow to act.
Besides that, a backdrop of rising gasoline prices and the sluggish economy makes it difficult to win votes for a regulatory scheme that will raise the prices of electricity and gasoline….
“Democrats ’08: Fighting for higher gas prices and a slower economy”
Better news on warming, it stopped warming 10 years ago. Bad news, it has been cooling for the last 2 years. The oceans have cooled.