Category Archives: Al Gore

The Coffee House … happy new year all for 2008!

The environment was the no.1 issue for 2007. The Australian government was toppled, Bush’s Bali goons were booed & isolated, the IPCC stopped using ‘ifs’ and ‘buts’ when talking the science of climate change and Gore got his gong. Oh … Continue reading

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60,000 hits!

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45,000

Will gadgets save the world? Bollocks! Although me thinks I might buy the customized version above. 😉 In the week that Gore got Nobel, The Coffee House reached 45,000 hits. Where’s our PRIZE!! The world just ain’t fair but then, … Continue reading

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Ex Blair secretary centre of climate change scepticism.

image: Durward, the businessman who financied the Gore film challenge. Mark Adams, a former private secretary to Tony Blair, helped set up the Scientific Alliance, a not-for-profit body comprising scientists and non-scientists, which aims to challenge many of the claims … Continue reading

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Five years, that’s all we’ve got; or so the NGOs would have you believe.

A number of NGOs and loosely affiliated organisations with environmental causes, together with various doomsday theorists spouting concepts like ‘peak oil’ would have you believe human civilization only has a few years til total collapse. Shouldn’t these people being taking … Continue reading

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25000

Bling, bling. A little celebration this time down at the new Live Earth bar & grill. On the spit, getting a roasting, will be our host Mr Al Gore and Tony Blah will be dropping in to mix Hasidic chants … Continue reading

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The Hijacking of Live Earth

There’s been a lot of disagreement about the Live Earth project, its motivation and usefulness. There’s always room for a bit more. Off-Grid journalist Brendan Montague tells the tale of how British environmentalists who first conceived the idea of a … Continue reading

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