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Panel: Klein's "This Changes Everything" - Dec 2

 

Panel discussion of Naomi Klein’s new book: “This Changes Everything: Capitalism vs. the Climate”

Klein argues that our only hope for keeping climate change in check is to put the brakes on run-away capitalism. 74 more words

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EPA -- Climate Change Indicators in the United States -- New 2014 Edition

EPA — Climate Change Indicators in the United States — New 2014 Edition
Source: U.S. Environmental Protection Agency

The Earth’s climate is changing. Temperatures are rising, snow and rainfall patterns are shifting, and more extreme climate events—like heavy rainstorms and record high temperatures—are already taking place.

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Environment

Forum: Leadership on Climate Risk - Dec 5

Mike McGinn, former Mayor of Seattle, was the first US Mayor to begin the process of divesting from fossil fuel companies, building upon Seattle’s leadership on clean energy, green buildings, and sustainable urban practices. 74 more words

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THUNDERCLAP REQUEST - ICE CAP / COP20

Hello fellow humans

This Is The Future invite you to do a small and beautiful thing. The next UN summit on climate change begins on the first of December in Lima, and to coincide with this we would like to share this short film – ICE CAP – as widely as possible. 155 more words

Bob Ward Forgets 1903

By Paul Homewood 

 

According to Bob Ward, global warming propagandist for the Grantham Foundation,

 

The trend for wetter weather is being caused by climate change. 161 more words

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We Are One Of The Dumbest Nations On The Planet

I used the above title for this article because with our advantages we should not be near the bottom of the list when it comes to education, behind even some countries we considered third world a few years ago.   1,615 more words

Education

"The Undeniable Truth": Why I’m (Still) Thankful For President Obama

On a day when we pause to consider those things for which Americans ought to be thankful, I feel obliged to mention my appreciation for many of the things that Barack Obama has accomplished as President of the United States, and my profound relief that he is in the Oval Office rather than any of the Republicans who sought to displace him. 826 more words

Mitt Romney