The Best of Climate Progress ” Spring 2007

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"The Best of Climate Progress ” Spring 2007"

As with The Best of Climate Progress — Winter 2007, I’m hoping to save new readers time by culling the archives myself. It’s my version of a clip show:

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6 Responses to The Best of Climate Progress ” Spring 2007

  1. Ron says:

    I thought this was an interesting article, raising various questions. I submit it with only a very sincere: “whaddya think?”

    http://www.bloomberg.com/apps/news?pid=newsarchive&sid=aiUsVKaqDA7g

  2. Paul K says:

    Joe,
    Congratulations on the growth of your blog in 2007. The first post I read was on July 3rd and I’ve enjoyed visiting almost every day since. Climate Progress is well written, witty and very educational. I note that some of your posts also appear on Gristmill. A recent very good post and comment thread there about the possibilities and problems with wind power should be of interest to your readers.

  3. Joe says:

    Paul K:

    Thanks. And thanks for your comments. That is indeed a good post on windpower issues. I’ll be doing a report on the blog’s growth in early January.

  4. Jason says:

    Hey,

    I like your site, it’s very helpful. I was wondering if you wanted to exchange links. If yes, you can find my information below. Be sure to send me your information as well either through email or a comment on my website so we can properly exchange links. Thank you and Happy Holidays!

    Paranormal Knowledge
    http://www.paranormalknowledge.com

    Sincerely,
    Jason
    President, Paranormalknowledge.com

  5. söve says:

    Thanks. And thanks for your comments. That is indeed a good post on windpower issues. I’ll be doing a report on the blog’s growth in early January. mantolama

  6. boya says:

    Congratulations on the growth of your blog in 2007. söve