Saturday, 3 June 2006

CO2: They call it pollution

If you want to see the global warming TV ads that I'm told got up John Campbell's nose the other night, then here they are: Energy, Glaciers and "a special web-only bonus on the occasion of the release of The Inconvenient Truth: Al Gore's Big Fat Carbon Footprint."

These are, say the producers, "television spots focusing on the alleged global warming crisis and the calls by some environmental groups and politicians for reduced energy use."

You can get them all in one place here, at the website of the Competitive Enterprise Institute.

LINKS: We call it life - TV Ads by the Competitive Enterprise Institute

TAGS: Global Warming, Humour

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