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Posts tagged as: Climate change

OPINION: Earth Day Considerations

By Nathaniel Batchelder   Dear Editor,   OKLAHOMA CITY, OK – As frightening as is the evolving threat of COVID-19, greater dangers looming before humanity are the consequences of unresolved global warming and climate change. The Biology degree I earned 48 years ago awakened me to environmental degradation caused by humanity’s growing population, demand for […]

Letter to the Editor: Fossil fuels or Solar & Wind?

To The Editor: Oklahoma petroleum CEOs Harold Hamm and Larry Nichols surely agree with President Trump and most of Congress that continued production of US coal, oil and gas supersedes concerns about global warming and climate change. That puts the US at odds with the recent G-20 summit of the top 20 world economic powers. […]

NEWS ANALYSIS: The City Sentinel: Top stories of 2015 include revenue crunch, Glossip fallout

by Patrick B. McGuigan, editor Humbly submitted for your consideration, The City Sentinel’s Top Ten News Stories for 2015. In first place, after years of surging government revenues flowing from a robust state and local economy, the City of Oklahoma City now reports this  bottom line: Local sales tax revenues have declined four of the […]

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