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John Muir and Teddy RooseveltJohn Muir and Teddy RooseveltWho are They?
The photo on the left speaks a thousand volumes. It's environmentalist John Muir with President Teddy Roosevelt. Believe it or not, there was a time when the President of the United States elevated conservation to be a core national value. In 1907, Roosevelt told Congress:

The conservation of our natural resources and their proper use constitute the fundamental problem which underlies almost every other problem of our national life.

But as the 20th century wore on, the only steady advocate for this "fundamental problem" of our national life has been the modern environmental movement.
It's worth getting to know them, if you don't already, and giving credence to what they have to say about climate change, and the solutions that will work.
Here's a partial list:


Greens applaud proposed rules, industry and unions stand opposed
In a move that could have wide ramifications for the future of biomass power nationwide,...
Sep 21, 2010 | Read More
Reformers say dangerous refrigerants could be eliminated for $70 million a year, instead of $1 billion.
A storm has been brewing for months in an obscure corner of the carbon-trading world, and it's now...
Sep 7, 2010 | Read More
EPA quietly says Canadian fuel source is 82% dirtier, and industry is on the defensive
The government of Alberta, Canada and oil industry influence groups are investing in a PR campaign...
Aug 19, 2010 | Read More
After Congress pilfers another $1.5 billion from DOE loan program, fed-up industry groups express outrage and concern
WASHINGTON—Forgive the renewable energy industry if it's experiencing what baseball's New York...
Aug 12, 2010 | Read More
Some herald it as the end of climate-damaging HFCs; others warn of the 'green' substitute's toxicity
General Motors said this week it will cut out a climate-destroying chemical from its car air...
Jul 28, 2010 | Read More
Climate justice advocates 'cyberjack' EU carbon trading website on heels of climate bill's death in Congress
Just after right-wing conservatives worked to successfully block a Senate measure last week that...
Jul 26, 2010 | Read More
Fearing loss of jobs, renewable energy industry says delay is "beyond comprehension"
Federal law that would require utilities to generate a portion of their power from renewable...
Jul 23, 2010 | Read More
Furor provokes comments from Alberta Premier and U.S. Ambassador on key oil supply debate
It was one of the biggest news stories in the Canadian media last week, and it barely registered...
Jul 22, 2010 | Read More
House committee orders 10 U.S. energy giants to disclose toxic chemicals and water disposal practices used in hydraulic fracturing by Aug. 6
Members of Congress sought records on Monday from 10 oil and gas producers about the safety of...
Jul 20, 2010 | Read More