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Business As Usual - Planet as Crap

$5.3 trillion a year. Fossil fuel subsidies are huge. G20 opts for Business As Usual. Kiss your a** goodbye planet. Over the past few days,…

Started by Ruth Anthony-Gardner

1 Jul 9
Reply by Joan Denoo

What causes climate change?

Causes of climate change ? Natural causes: Continental drift, volcanoes, the earth's tilt, ocean currents, Human causes, greenhouse gases,…

Started by Joan Denoo

15 Jul 8
Reply by Joan Denoo

Claim that jet stream crossing equator is ‘climate emergency’ is utter nonsense

Claim that jet stream crossing equator is ‘climate emergency’ is utter nonsense “This is total nonsense,”  “Flow often crosses the equator.…

Started by Joan Denoo

1 Jul 2
Reply by Joan Denoo

Limiting temperature rise to 1.5°C - NOT

Scientists: Window for avoiding 1.5C global warming ‘closed’ According to a study published in Nature, without carbon capture and storage (…

Started by Ruth Anthony-Gardner

1 Jul 1
Reply by Joan Denoo

Species-level Extinction

Confirmation of the extinction of the Bramble Cay melomys Melomys rubicola on Bramble Cay, Torres Strait: results and conclusions from a co…

Started by Joan Denoo

0 Jun 28

More extreme fires

Mike Flannigan, wildland fire professor, explains that climate change is making fires such as Fort McMurray, more extreme. Fort McMurray bl…

Started by Ruth Anthony-Gardner

9 Jun 25
Reply by Ruth Anthony-Gardner

Framing Climate Destabilization

The words we use and the images they evoke shape public comprehension of Catastrophic Climate Destabilization's immanence. Here are a few t…

Started by Ruth Anthony-Gardner

14 Jun 21
Reply by Grinning Cat

Siberian Heatwave Wrecks Sea Ice as Greenland High Settles In

Siberian Heatwave Wrecks Sea Ice as Greenland High Settles In "On the shores of the Arctic Ocean's East Siberian Sea (ESS), near the town o…

Started by Joan Denoo

4 Jun 21
Reply by Ruth Anthony-Gardner

Reduce kitchen carbon footprint and save money at the same time.

Each room of the house has a carbon footprint.  In addition, we live in challenging economic times.  People often don't know how to do thin…

Started by Daniel Wachenheim

5 May 28
Reply by Daniel Wachenheim

Indians Ravaged by Mexico’s Worst Drought in 7 Decades

Indians Ravaged by Mexico’s Worst Drought in 7 Decades Latin American Herald Tribune, Caracas, Sunday, May 22,2016 http://www.laht.com/arti

Started by Joan Denoo

0 May 23

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