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is "Honorary Professor at the Department of Politics in Keele and Visiting Professor at the Department of Environmental Science at the University of East London. Monbiot is author of Captive State: The Corporate Takeover of Britain , and the investigative travel books Poisoned Arrows , Amazon Watershed and No Man's Land . He is active in the ecology movement and helped to found the land rights campaign 'The Land is Ours'. He writes a weekly column for the Guardian newspaper and is a ZNet Commentator. [1] Writing for Monthly Review Zine in 2008, Patrick Bond observed that: "Perhaps the most eloquent ...
was adopted on September 17, 1787; its ratification the following year made the states part of a single republic with a strong central government. The Bill of Rights , comprising ten constitutional amendments guaranteeing many fundamental civil rights and freedoms , was ratified in 1791. In the 19th century, the United States acquired land from France , Spain , the United Kingdom , Mexico , and Russia , and annexed the Republic of Texas and the Republic of Hawaii . Disputes between the agrarian South and industrial North over states' rights and the expansion of the institution of slavery provoked the American Civil War of ...
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Media Lens: The Guardian, Climate And Advertising - An Open Email ...
“What I am asking is for the newspapers to refine their view of which advertisements are and are not acceptable. Specifically, I am calling on them in the first instance to drop ads for cars which produce more than 150g of CO2/km, and to drop direct advertising for flights, on the grounds that both these products cause unequivocal and unnecessary harm to the environment.” To even raise this possibility is an achievement in the current corporate media context. But that context is important. In his film, The Corporation , Canadian lawyer Joel Bakan assessed the corporate ‘personality’ using diagnostic criteria of the World Health ... market research, surveys and trends
PRESS DIGEST – British business – July 25 | Stock Market News
have been locked in discussions in an attempt to fix the company's poor time-keeping. Internal figures from Gatwick Airport, where Easyjet has its biggest base, show that in June fewer than 50 percent of its international flights departed on time. Separate analysis of Civil Aviation Authority figures has shown Easyjet's performance has been deteriorating while rivals have improved. Industry sources say the talks focused on Easyjet's temporary freeze on hiring pilots, rows regarding rostering, recruitment of first officers and removal of free tea and coffee for pilots. DESMOND SLAMS ITV "ARROGANCE" ... market research, surveys and trends

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Number of Americans who believe in climate change drops, survey ...
Only 57% of Americans believe there is solid scientific evidence that the Earth's atmosphere is warming, said the poll of 1,500 people by the Pew Research Centre for the People & the Press. That is a fall of 77% from 2007. The number of people who believe that human activity is causing global warming also fell to just 36%. The public uncertainty about the evidence behind global warming comes as the Senate prepares to begin debate next week on climate change legislation. Yesterday, 18 scientific organisations wrote Congress to reaffirm the consensus behind global warming. Michael Dimock, the associate director of the Pew ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
Sharp decline in public's belief in climate threat, British poll ...
Over 1,000 people in Great Britain were questioned on their views on climate change as part of the Ipsos Mori poll. Photograph: Ann Pickford/Rex Features Public conviction about the threat of climate change has declined sharply after months of questions over the science and growing disillusionment with government action, a leading British poll has found. The proportion of adults who believe climate change is "definitely" a reality dropped by 30% over the last year, from 44% to 31%, in the latest survey by Ipsos Mori. Overall around nine out of 10 people questioned still appear to accept some degree of global warming. ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
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S4C faces 24% cut in grant
the government-supported Welsh-language channel, is facing a sharp cut in its annual grant from the Department of Culture, Media and Sport in the October public spending review. Sources close to the channel and to the DCMS say that they expect S4C to face a 24% cut overall, phased in with a 6% reduction for each of the next four years, starting in 2011. The level of annual grant is announced in November, and under the format established in 1996 has traditionally been tied to the RPI. But since the May general election it has had an immediate 2% cut imposed, worth £2m, regardless of the agreement. The channel initially received a ... market trends, news research and surveys resources
The Guardian's sustainability vision 2010
Climate change: A young girl from the remote Turkana tribe in Northern Kenya digs a hole in a river bed to retrieve water. Photograph: Christopher Furlong/Getty Images Living our values is one of the core objectives agreed by the directors of Guardian News & Media (GNM). The values were laid down by our great former editor CP Scott in a leader article celebrating the centenary of the Guardian in 1921: "Honesty, cleanness [integrity], courage, fairness, a sense of duty to the reader and the community". We produce this independently verified annual report because it helps remind us that our values can lose their ... market trends, news research and surveys resources

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Five's formula: Neighbours, necrosis and news Channel Five's ...
Jul 24, 2010 ... guardian.co.uk under Desmond's stewardship, the fifth channel will broadcast ... take ratings from the BBC and advertising revenue from ITV ..... economic climate. The S4C Authority has charged the chief executive and ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
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It is increasingly clear that the leak of the internal emails and documents of the Climate Research Unit at the University of East Anglia in November has done for the climate change debate what the Pentagon Papers did for the Vietnam war debate 40 years ago-changed the narrative decisively. Additional revelations of unethical behavior, errors, and serial exaggeration in climate science are rolling out on an almost daily basis, and there is good reason to expect more. The U.N.'s Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), hitherto the gold standard in climate science, is under fire for shoddy work and facing calls for ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
The Guardian's Emily Bell Splits to Head Columbia Journalism ...
Emily Bell, appearing here at the Association of Online Publishers' Digital Publishing Summit 2008, will head Columbia University's new digital journalism program (photo courtesy of AOP). The Journalism School of Columbia University tells Wired.com it has hired away a key figure from the field of online news. As director of digital content for British newspaper and website The Guardian , Emily Bell spearheaded online efforts for the past decade and cultivated an audience of nearly 37 million visitors a month for a newspaper with a circulation of only 300,000. Bell, whose site won Webby Awards in four of the past ...
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How can climate change deniers continue to argue that the science ...
With roughly 0.14 percent of US scientists signing on to the Oregon Petition (31,000 signers divided by 22 million scientists and engineers in US per NSF), no nationally recognized science societies or academic bodies condemning the underpinnings of human-caused climate change theory, and not a single ISI listed, peer-reviewed journal publishing a dissenting view, how can the contrarian scientist and conservative think tanks argue that science is on their side? http://www.nsf.gov/statistics/infbrief/nsf08305/ http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Scientific_opinion_on_climate_change There seems to be some confusion about the Oregon ...
When did the mainstream media change its role from investigative ...
Harvard's Eric Pooley recently analyzed the media coverage of the Warner-Lieberman carbon cap and trade bill back in 2008. He found: "The press allowed opponents of climate action to replicate the false debate over climate science in the realm of climate economics....The press failed to perform the basic service of making climate policy and its economic impact understandable to the reader and allowed opponents of climate action to set the terms of the cost debate. The argument centered on the short-term costs of taking action–i.e., higher electricity and gasoline prices–and sometimes assumed that doing nothing about ...