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Obama and Bill Nye rip climate deniers in Congress using ‘I’m not a scientist’ excuse

 The Raw Story

President Barack Obama asked “Science Guy” Bill Nye how to promote science education in a video released by the White House on Friday, while also taking a shot at lawmakers who have argued against the existence of climate change. 348 more words

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Scott Walker Celebrates Earth Day by Proposing To Fire 57 Environmental Agency Employees

Mother Jones

Happy Earth Day! Today is a day we can all band together and share our love for this beautiful planet—or at least drown our sorrows about climate change with… 257 more words

Koch Brothers

Conservative people more likely to deny climate change

Politico reported on a new Gallup survey completed just in time for Earth Day, April 22nd. The survey results revealed that 37 percent of self-identified conservative republicans believe global warming will occur in their lifetimes. 117 more words

Climate Change

'Making Sense of Climate Science Denial' - Free MOOC

How do you respond to die-hard climate deniers? A new massive open online course (MOOC) from The University of Queensland, Australia begins on April 28, 2015. 303 more words

Environment

First Florida, Now Another State Bans Discussion Of Climate Change

Sounds ominously like the infant stages of totalitarianism…

Addicting Info

Shortly after Rick Scott (R-FL) was elected governor, Florida’s Department of Environmental Protection moved forward with an unwritten policy banning the terms “climate change” and “global warming” from use by the department. 548 more words

Climate Change

Tyranny is Back in Style

Freedom is on the run–especially here in the United States.

Having snarled and screamed and forced Arkansas and Indiana to gut their “Religious Freedom Restoration Acts,” the Loving Left has tasted blood and now wants a steaming mouthful of our flesh. 253 more words

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Meet the United States of divided climate beliefs

If the United States were a person — let’s call her Mavis — and you asked Mavis for her thoughts on climate change, then, according to a new study out of Yale, you’d probably get a rambling, semi-coherent response that’s at once predictable, confusing, frightening, and utterly fascinating. 689 more words

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