Dr. John Wallace, a research meteorologist, has written a well-balanced article on environmental challenges in The Seattle Times.
For those new to the my blog: It is not that 'global warming' is not a threat. The problem is that we don't know how much of a threat it is given the huge shortcomings in the IPCC's scientific case. GW is not (in my view) an imminent threat, so we have time to rework the research and put more intelligent energy policies in place (which make sense on their own) that will contribute to lessening the effects of GW if they turn out to be significant.
But there are much more serious and much more solvable environmental problems in the world than GW. Some of these can be solved by individuals (click on video) and some require governmental work. Yet, these are often being overlooked due to the overselling of the threat of global warming.
Hat Tip: Climatescience.org.