WHAT DOESN’T WORK
Fossil Fuel Follies:
OO Fracking Risk Compared To Thalidomide, Asbestos
In UK Report by chief national scientific advisor.
OO India: World’s Most Polluted City Urged To Close Schools On Bad Air Days – as fossil fuels worsen air quality to critical levels.
OO Air Pollution Costs Britain £10 Billion A Year, a European Union agency report shows, and costs Europe up to £149 billion a year.
OO Climate Funds For Coal Highlight Lack Of UN Rules
OO Overpopulation Merges With Antibiotics to Create Spreading Epidemic – and pull resources away from addressing another byproduct, climate change. Overpopulation in developing nations also hampers the source of funding, the economy.
OO Green Revolution Trebles Human Burden On Planet – US researchers say seasonal swings in temperatures and CO2 levels are evidence of how agricultural advances and the population explosion have tilted nature’s balance.
‘A Quarter Of The Energy We Use Is Just In Our Crap’:
Black Friday And The Destruction Of Planet Earth – Black Friday, notes Joe Romm at Climate Progress, has become an orgiastic celebration of unbridled consumerism. It’s a good time to look at how the global economic system is a Ponzi scheme, an utterly unsustainable system that robs our children’s future to pamper our present lifestyles.
Denial, Even As You Bake:
Australians protest their government’s head in the sand approach to climate change.
OO Careless About Climate Change Congress: GOP Leaders of Climate Denial, Skepticism – from left to right, Roy Blunt, unknown, John Barrasso, Mitch McConnell, John Cornyn, and lastly, Jim Inhofe, in line to be head of the House Committee on Environment… so much for Congress acting on climate in 2015… David Gray/Reuters, Wikipedia.
OO Florida OKs Plan To Gut Solar, Conservation Incentives – hang on, isn’t that the state whose bustling tip is being eaten away by rising sea levels? Way to go, Florida!
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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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