Kriz, Margaret
April 2005
National Journal;4/2/2005, Vol. 37 Issue 14, p985
Focuses on the claims of Jeff Kueter, president of the George C. Marshall Institute, on the respect being given by mainstream media on climate-change research conducted by industry-funded groups in the U.S. Influence of the private foundations on the global-warming research that they underwrite; Views of Hal Harvey, director of the environment program at the Hewlett Foundation, on the claims of Kueter; Results of an examination on the funding levels to global-warming research done by Kueter.


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