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Heating up the global warming debate

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North Carolina’s Department of Environment and Natural Resources has been pushing some companies to sign up for a carbon emissions registry. Carolina Journal Associate Editor David Bass exposed in a recent article some of the questionable relationships involved between the state agency and a non-profit group promoting the climate registry. Bass discussed his findings during an interview this week for Lockwood Phillips’ “Viewpoints Radio” on WTKF. Meanwhile, Paul Chesser of Climate Strategies Watch alerted American Spectator readers to the political bias of a group called the Society of Environmental Journalists.

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