New 'Friends of Science' Site Needs a Signature

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There’s a new “Friends of Science” website at http://friendsofscience.ca/ . Have a click and you’ll find something very different than the old http://www.friendsofscience.org/ of the oil-industry backed climate change denial group.

To their credit, the new group has assembled four interesting videos (the “short ad” is devastating and worth the look), but it’s questionable that the only contact information reveals an anonymous opportunity to give them money. If they are not prepared to identify themselves, you’d be better off spending your global warming budget on compact fluorescents or sending it to a group like the David Suzuki Foundation, which accounts for its spending.

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