Global climate change, driven by human emissions of greenhouse gases, is already affecting the planet, with more heatwaves, droughts, wildfires and floods, and accelerating sea-level rise. Devastating impacts on our environment, health, social justice, food production, coastal city infrastructure and economies cannot be avoided if we maintain a slow and steady transition to a zero-carbon […]
Question by It’s him again: Why do so many people think that climate change is a scam? Surely 98% of the world’s scientists wouldn’t deliberately conspire together to mislead the public? Actually it’s nearer 98.5%. 100s of scientists may argue against climate change but many thousands of scientists agree with the findings. Best answer: Answer […]
What is more likely: That various governments paid off 97% of climatologists to say global warming is man-made?
by 666isMONEY â˜® â™¥ & â˜ Question by Gods bless the USA A.R.T.: What is more likely: That various governments paid off 97% of climatologists to say global warming is man-made? Or that oil companies paid off 3% to say it isn’t? Who has more to make from this deal? A government who could possibly […]
Question by Sethers: Will hydrogen powered vehicles cause climate changes if they become widsespread? It seems to me that if hydrogen powered vehicles are emitting water vapor into the atmosphere this would have some sort of effect on the climate if they ever became as widespread as gas powered vehicles are today. Increased humidity seems […]
Question by Dr.T: How will wind turbines affect the climate? I see that that East Anglia Offshore Wind, Ltd. is going to develop a 7.2GW wind farm. This begs the question: if the turbines are approximately 50% efficient then how will the reduction in wind energy by approximately 15GW affect the climate in the region […]
I’m sick of people ignoring climate change. Ignoring it has been facilitated by fossil fuel funded efforts to spread doubt and uncertainty about the science behind climate change. Thus, we’re all confused about climate change, and give up even thinking about it let alone acting to stop it. What sort of conspiracy? Well, have a […]
Nuclear Power Plant Doel Antwerp Image by Joost J. Bakker IJmuiden Curbing nuclear power worldwide: bad news for climate change or window of opportunity? BANGKOK – Worldwide calls to curb nuclear power amid Japan’s plant crisis could be bad news for the environment unless nations finally go all-out to tap wind, solar and other clean, […]
I live in New York and have been doing some research on the Governor, but I cannot seem to find anything on his environmental policy.
Regional and State Interests May Dominate Future Climate and Energy Policy The failure of climate legislation in the Senate last week is a blunt reminder of a basic truth, experts say: The nation’s en… Read more on New York Times
www.everythingnuclear.org A billion dollars lost at Three Mile Island; new reactors billions over budget and years behind schedule–can nuclear power solve climate change quickly? Features former NRC commissioner Peter Bradford, economist Jim Harding and utility exec Ed Smeloff. DONATE NOW to support our outreach work at npo.networkforgood.org View the entire documentary from its home page: […]
Climate change & population The apocalyptic predictions by the scientific community of climate change and its cascading impact on the very way of life, civilization and survival of living beings on the earth are no longer to be tucked away into the folds of political inaction, decisional maze and human indifference or cynically to be […]
Candidates for Senate deeply split on energy, climate If you were to vote for the next U.S. senator from Washington state based solely on energy and climate issues, you couldn’t complain for lack of choices. Read more on Seattle Times
Congressmen and governor state positions on climate change Virginia’s congressional delegation and Gov. Bob McDonnell respond to a Times-Dispatch survey on climate change. Read more on Richmond Times-Dispatch
Given their geography and climate, wouldn’t solar be a much better alternative for Iran than nuclear power?
and less expensive
Geothermal Energy – Calipatria, CA CalEnergy Vice President Mark Gran introduces the companys 340 megawatt geothermal plant on the southern shore of the Salton Sea. The plant produces enough energy to power around 300000 homes. The Imperial Valley has the potential to produce a stunning 2300 megawatts of this renewable resource. Thats enough energy to […]
“Yes, this is the same Don Blankenship, Chairman and CEO of Massey Energy, the fourth-largest coal company in the US, who threatened to shoot an ABC reporter seeking an interview and who last December went on a bizarre rant about climate change and conspiracy theories suggesting that climate legislation would be the equivalent of helping […]
First, I am not talking about power, money or a new world order or global governance. Let’s assume some have general policy goals and beliefs that seek to address: overpopulation, excessive growth, wealth distribution imbalances, peak oil and other resource depletions, etc. If the above is true, then could those type of people believe that […]