New Hampshire state capitolBy a veto-proof majority of 251 to 108 the New Hampshire House of Representatives voted Wednesday to repeal the state's participation in the Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative, a compact among 10 Northeastern states to limit greenhouse emissions and allow utility companies to buy and trade offsetting credits, similar to the federal "cap and trade" program proposed in Congress.

On the heels of the pronouncement by one of the gurus of global warming that any decrease in the earth’s temperature could be a thousand years away, another scientist has stepped forward with the warning that a new Ice Age could be right around the corner.

Further proof of the mythological character of the theory of manmade climate change has been provided by Australia’s new chief climate change commissioner. According to one of that nation’s leading proponents of the controversial theory, any possible human actions taken to counteract global warming will have no measurable effect for a thousand years.

A San Francisco superior court judge has put California's sweeping plan to curb greenhouse gas pollution on hold, saying the state did not adequately evaluate alternatives to its cap-and-trade program.

Healthy MilkItem: Bloomberg News reported on March 1, 2011: “Cutting ozone pollution using the Clean Air Act will have saved $2 trillion by 2020 and prevented at least 230,000 deaths annually, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency said in a report.” The account continued: “Tougher emission restrictions adopted in 1990 helped avoid more than 160,000 premature deaths, 130,000 heart attacks, 13 million lost work days and 1.7 million asthma attacks last year, according to today’s report, which measured only the impact of amendments from 1990. By 2020, complying with the amendments would prevent 200,000 heart attacks, 17 million lost work days and 2.4 million asthma attacks, according to the report. ‘The Clean Air Act’s decades-long track record of success has helped millions of Americans live healthier, safer and more productive lives,’ EPA Administrator Lisa Jackson said in a statement.”