WHAT DOESN’T WORK
OO North Dakota, Texas Send U.S. Oil Boom Skyrocketing – enabling more global warming and climate change.
OO Politicians Trying To Fund Overseas Coal Projects Via ‘Eliminating Bureaucracy’
OO Nine States Join Climate Denier’s Lawsuit To Dismantle EPA Carbon Rule
OO 2,500 Oklahoma Earthquakes Linked To Fracking, Scientists Say
OO 40% of Pennsylvania Wells Projected To Fail, Spewing Methane Into Air, Water
OO Fire At Ohio Fracking Well Forced Evacuations, Likely Killed Fish
OO What Every Governor Really Believes About Climate Change, In One Handy Map – helpful in identifying political obstacles; the map is an interactive one at the Climate Progress website.
OO South Asia Slow To Act On Water Threats
OO Quick Methane, Soot Fixes Won’t Solve CO2 Danger
Booming Populations, Rising Economies, Threatened Biodiversity Are Changing Tropics. Foreign images of the tropics often include verdant rainforests, exotic animals, and unchanging weather, but they may also be of entrenched poverty, unstable governments, and appalling environmental destruction reports Jeremy Hance at Mongabay. A massive new report, The State of the Tropics, however, finds that the truth is far more complicated.
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For more on Climate Change, check out my weekly column at the HuffingtonPost, Climate Change This Week
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