Ted West the Naked Conservative suggests (through the example of the Iraq War) that liberals will bring on global warming by talking about it. Some have mistakenly attributed this logical form to Aristotle but it actually comes from Tommy, a small boy who closed his eyes when caught with his hand in the cookie jar, knowing that his mother and the rest of the world would simply disappear the second he stopped thinking of them.
And They Call Me an Engineer and Considerettes are flabbergasted that Gore gets a peace prize for his work which (he claims) doesn't seem to have anything to do with peace. Hmmm. If we have India, which will soon be the most populous nation, running short of water due to glacial melt, other countries like Canada possible benefitting from greatly expanded habitable territories, Africa, the poorest area in the world, turning into a large desert, and a world cut up into different nations which each have politicians concerned solely with what benefits their own country (and those are the good politicians, most are more concerned about how to benefit the corporation that gave them money or the tribe that supports them), how is this not related to peace?
And from the round-earth side?
Progressive Involvement makes a sort of "Pascal's Wager" that if we bet on science (versus talk-show hosts and corporate spokesmen?) at least we'll start turning to cleaner energy sources and realligning or economy for long-term sustainability.
The Middle Earth Press Room and many other blogs have lamented the fact that Gore is not (at least, not yet) running. I would definitely vote for Gore over the current list of candidates (although I do like Kucinich and Edwards).