Environment and Climate News : Issue Archive

  • March 2002 Environment & Climate News

    The March 2002 issue of Environment & Climate News features Page 1 coverage of a disturbing trend in the U.S. Forest Service: Lying. The issue also features special coverage of the War on the...
  • February 2002 Environment & Climate News

    The February 2002 issue of Environment & Climate News includes a special report on anti-smoker efforts in California and Maryland, plus coverage of Forest Service reform, Superfund, ANWR drilling...
  • January 2002 Environment & Climate News

    The January 2002 issue of Environment & Climate News features a special report on the economics and politics of drilling for oil in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge. In other front-page news,...
  • December 2001 Environment & Climate News

    "The terrorist attacks on America have awakened the nation to a previously unthinkable assault on our freedoms and our way of life," writes Managing Editor James M. Taylor in the December 2001 issue...
  • October 2001 Environment & Climate News

    As summer winds down and winter approaches, the October 2001 issue of Environment & Climate News gives centerspread coverage to the climate change issue. The Business Roundtable's recently...
  • September 2001 Environment & Climate News

    The September issue of Environment & Climate News highlights a recent U.S. Supreme Court victory for private landowners and exposes Sierra Club missteps on "smart growth." Other articles cover...
  • August 2001 Environment & Climate News

    Release in June of a much-anticipated study of global warming by the National Academy of Sciences touched off a frenzy trumpteting the "uncontestable truth" of human-induced warming. In fact, we...
  • July 2001 Environment & Climate News

    The mid-May release of President George W. Bush's long-awaited national energy plan merits front-page coverage in the July issue of Environment & Climate News. Managing Editor James Taylor...
  • June 2001 Environment & Climate News

    Federal and state government officials, "wind farm" devolopers, and renewable energy advocacy groups have for years touted windmills as an environmentally benign and economically acceptable way to...
  • May 2001 Environment & Climate News

    The Bush administration's March 28, 2001 announcement that it has "no interest in implementing" the Kyoto global warming treaty rocked Washington and the world ... and merits front-page coverage in...