WHAT DOESN’T WORK
@@ Danger on the Rails: Bomb Trains – that new oil from North Dakota is highly volatile, greatly increasing the probability of exploding trains — as they roll through your town or those of friends and relatives – and as they already have in the U.S. recently. A compelling video.
YOU CAN ACT
To Ban the Bomb Trains by signing a petition here.
OO US Oil Spills Are On The Rise offshore and onshore.
OO Fracking Waste Puts US Public At Risk, study says.
Harvard’s Carbon Footprint harms communities far beyond its borders.Wikipedia
OO Harvard’s $36 Billion Endowment
May Have A 100-Million-Ton Carbon Footprint
OO U.S. Greenhouse Gas Emissions Spiked 2% in 2013 – our air and future got a little dirtier.
OO Oil Layoffs Worldwide Hit 100,000 and Counting
OO Energy Companies’ Fuel Reserves Has 500% More Carbon Dioxide
Than Can Be Safely Burned, report says. So why are they wasting billions looking for more?
OO Legal Battle Begins Over Obama Bid to Curb Greenhouse Gases
OO Canada Far From Meeting Committments On Greenhouse Gas
@@ Mexico: 500,000 Left Without Drinking Water After Oil Spill
OO Turning Prairies Into Gas: U.S. Biofuel Production Destroys Carbon-Storing Grasslands
OO Chinese Report Blames Indian Emissions For Pollution Of Tibetan Plateau – a vast area that influences weather worldwide.
OO China Used Water to Make Energy –
Now It Will Do the Reverse and spike emissions further as thirsty cities plan to build desalination plants.
Even elephants can’t survive on oil. Credit: Mary Ellen Harte
OO GOP Lawmakers Threaten To Throw Out All That Made Texas A Wind Power Leader
OO First 100 Days: GOP Congress Focused On
Undermining Energy, Environmental Laws
OO GOP Congress Is Pushing A Bill To Badly Weaken The EPA’s Climate Rule
OO GOP Marco Rubio Doubts Manmade Global Warming,
Says ‘Climate Is Always Changing.’
OO Floridians A Lot More Worried About Climate Change
Than Marco Rubio
OO Hypocrite: World Bank Fossil Fuel Financing Leapt In 2014
— Despite Its Calls To End Subsidies
Join the swelling numbers of voters TELLING Congress they’ll vote for Clean Energy candidates here. This is an ongoing campaign (the next Congressional election is in 2016!) so please, spread the word. It’s our way of telling Congress that a strong clean energy voting bloc is out there. This is how YOU can make a difference.
For more on Climate Change, check out my weekly column at the HuffingtonPost, Climate Change This Week
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