The Global Climate Coalition’s (GCC) 1995 March/April Climate Watch Bulletin was a part of GCC’s larger mission to oppose greenhouse gas regulations and contest the scientific validity of anthropogenic climate change through direct engagement and collaboration with affiliated climate deniers. Its membership spanned across the automotive, utility, manufacturing, petroleum, and mining industries. GCC bulletins generally updated readers on climate change policy and science developments.
An article titled, “Forecasting Experts Find No Rise In Extreme Weather” highlighted a GCC-commissioned report by Accu-Weather rebutting The National Climatic Data Center’s findings “that there has been a dramatic increase in extreme weather events as a result of human activity.” In sum, the report found that “while climate does change, man’s activities do not appear to be a significant agent of change.”
This issue also contained the following pieces:
- Debate Heats Up For Berlin Conference
- Private Sector Achievements Limited By Clinton Administration
- European Floods Not Linked To Global Warming
- Carbon Taxes Fail in First European Tests
- Energy Demand Jumps In Developing Countries
- America’s Utilities Accept “The Climate Challenge”
- Energy Renewal And Efficiency Goes “On-Line”
- Energy Partnerships For A Strong Economy
- EPRI Honored For Work In Climate Modeling
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