27 June 2006

Supreme Court will hear global warming case

Yesterday, the Supreme Court agreed to hear a case that will determine whether the Bush administration should be required to regulate carbon dioxide emissions to combat global warming. [Read story.]

A representative from the other side, an economist with the American Petroleum Institute, responded by denying that CO2 is a pollutant. (Yeah, and the earth is flat.)

So will the Supreme Court do what's right for the earth and for our future generations? Or will they choose instead not to inconvenience big business with pesky regulations?

Can we please require that all the Supreme Court Justices see Al Gore's global warming documentary An Inconvenient Truth before they consider this case?

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