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...there’s a growing and dangerous push to 1) NOT produce more fossil fuels, 2) NOT build more related infrastructure, and/or 3) hurt the companies that produce our coal, oil, and gas.
I don’t buy organic foods. In fact I specifically avoid doing so. It’s not my place to tell anyone else what to do, but I’d like to lay out three, seriously considered factors that have shaped my personal stance on organic:
Source: Think Progress.org
Data released earlier this month from NASA shows February with record-breaking warmth — the warmest February on record and the warmest seasonally adjusted month in recorded history. This February was 0.5 degrees Celsius warmer...
March 21, 2016 Managing the politics of water
neurope.eu - The World Economic Forum has ranked water crises as the most worrying global threat, more dangerous than terrorist attacks or financial meltdowns, and more likely to occur than the use of weapons of mass destruction....
March 18, 2016 A Story Is Worth 1,000 StatisticsSource: Stanford Review
His intent was to bring health issues to the attention of the economic policy community, and economic analysis to the health and health policy community. Looking back, Summers believed the report caused the World Bank to “be more...
March 17, 2016 The Next Great Global Warming 'Hiatus' Is Coming!Source: Forbes
Global warming has been occurring at a steady rate for many decades now — possibly for over a century, depending on how you interpret the temperature records — with the past few years setting unprecedented temperature records...
March 16, 2016 When 'Global Warming' Became 'Climate Change'Source: Bloomberg
First there was "global warming." Then came "climate change." Turns out, use of the latter became more prevalent in 2008 and that dominance became irreversible in 2009. Here's how use of the terms compare in stories on the...
March 16, 2016 Hillary and Bernie Need a Fracking LessonSource: American Spectator
Fracking has nearly doubled the amount of oil produced in the United States since 2008, and it is largely responsible for the dramatic drop in gas prices the country is currently experiencing. It has also made the United States...
March 14, 2016 Fukushima: Can it happen here'
Voice News - "The problems that led to the disaster at Fukushima Daiichi exist wherever reactors operate," said David Lochbaum, Edwin Lyman, Susan Stranahan and the Union of Concerned Scientists in their 2013 book "Fukushima."...
March 11, 2016 Why climate change is such a big issue in FloridaSource: Washington Post
At its root, the flooding is a function of climate change. Warmer temperatures caused by the greenhouse effect cause glaciers to melt, increasing the amount of water in the ocean. Those warmer temperatures also cause the water in...
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