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MercatorNet exclusive—poetry by Al Gore

Michael Cook | 09 December 2009
Al Gore’s latest book has just hit the bookshops. Our Choice: A Plan to Solve the Climate Crisis is a lavishly illustrated handbook for climate-change activism -- with his first public poetry. It's awful.

No people, no climate change, says UN Population Fund

Michael Cook | 23 November 2009
From year to year, population grows at a glacial pace, so it’s tough job to bang the drum about over-population in a glossy annual report year after year. From a public relations point of view, the solution is to pick a trendy angle. The theme of the 2009 State of the World Population Report is women and climate change.
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