Just what would a “Green New Deal” entail, exactly? IT’S THE SPRING of 2043, and Gina is graduating college with the rest of her class. She had a relatively stable childhood. Her … Continue reading With a Green New Deal, Here’s What the World Could Look Like for the Next Generation
Hey EPA, you forgot something. A couple months back all climate change pages on the EPA website were suddenly removed. They have returned but all references to climate change have been removed. … Continue reading EPA’s climate change website reappears, missing the word ‘climate’
Perhaps you’ll remember when Justine Sacco, a former communications director with IAC, tweeted this: “The internet has a way of taking our evolution-derived instincts and kicking them into hyperdrive. Twitter is like a … Continue reading Science explains why it’s so easy to get sucked into fights on the Internet
World leaders arriving in Paris this week for U.N. Climate Summit were greeted with hundreds of spoof billboards mocking what activists see as the undue influence that corporate interests hold over the talks. The … Continue reading Hundreds of fake ads totally skewer corporate sponsors of Paris climate talks
Documents show that the gas company that is currently spewing 100,000 pounds of methane into California’s air knew about leaks long before this one sprang. Source: The Company Behind LA’s Methane Disaster … Continue reading The Company Behind LA’s Methane Disaster Knew Its Well Was Leaking 24 Years Ago
“If the climate change within the range of current predictions actually occurs, the consequences for every nation and every aspect of human activity will be profound,” acting assistant secretary Richard J. Smith … Continue reading Reagan, Bush 41 memos reveal they were very concerned about climate change
All language on the reduction of carbon emissions is essentially voluntary. The deal assigns no concrete reduction targets to any country. Instead, each government has crafted a plan to lower emissions at … Continue reading Nations Approve Landmark Climate Accord in Paris – The New York Times
The notion that this paper was rushed to publication is false. In December 2014, the coauthors of the study submitted their findings to Science—a leading scientific journal. Following a rigorous peer-review process, … Continue reading Congressman claims NOAA whistleblowers told him climate study was rushed
Climate deniers blame natural factors; NASA data proves otherwise Source: What’s Really Warming the World? Climate deniers blame natural factors; NASA data proves otherwise Continue reading What’s Really Warming the World?
Congressperson Lamar Smith (R-TX), who denies the existence of global warming, is Chair of the House Committee on Science, Space, and Technology. What could possibly go wrong? Recently, a scientist named Jagadish … Continue reading Global warming: Lamar Smith wants to tie NOAA in knots.
A survey of 1541 randomly selected US adults ranked the country’s fears as of 2015. Items that ranked above climate change included corruption, mass surveillance, cyber-terrorism, bio-warfare, identity theft, running out of … Continue reading Americans are pretty mellow about climate change, terrified of everything else
One of the shibboleths of our age is that government is always and only inefficient and ineffective as compared to the private sector or “markets”. This has been a view that has … Continue reading Why Shouldn’t the US Federal Government Invest $4-$6 Trillion Per Year on Climate Protection? (Part 2 of 2)
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