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Polar explorer returns with climate change message

...year addressing climate change. Ann McElhinney and Phelim McAleer, the husband and wife duo behind the film, "Not Evil, Just Wrong," lectured in January about how extreme environmentalism and global warming hysteria has "preserved poverty...
My Turn: Film not productive, just noisy

Last week's showing of the film "Not Evil, Just Wrong" was not productive, just noisy. The film and...this historic moment. Yet every time a film like "Not Evil, Just Wrong" appears, it distracts and divides us, reminding...
Documentarians encourage climate of debate

...just to name a few references in their latest film "Not Evil Just Wrong." The feature-length production, released Oct...An Inconvenient Truth," was the genesis of "Not Evil Just Wrong." McElhinney and McAleer said Gore's film was...
My turn: Demonizing progress

Last week, Phelim McAleer and Ann McElhinney, the Irish journalists who produced the documentary "Not Evil Just Wrong," brought to Juneau their core message of "questioning authority" in the global climate debate. In this case...
Chambers' My Turn disrespects various environmental groups

...bandwagon that is totally crowded with ultraconservatives. Like a well-heeled producer, she champions the film "Not Evil Just Wrong," a film made with real-estate money by an Irish filmmaking couple. It was shown at a weekly Juneau Chamber...
The is no consensus on climate change

The Empire article reporting on the Centennial Hall meeting with the makers of the film "Not Evil Just Wrong" states that a representative of the environmental group Oceana encourages an open debate on the issue of global warming. If...
Climate camp discusses local effects of warming

...Chambers' organization, along with the chamber of commerce, sponsored a local showing in January of clips from "Not Evil Just Wrong," a film that challenges some climate change science. The chamber of commerce was not invited to this week's...


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