No matter who wins today, “it’s no longer acceptable for us to stay in the stands.”
“Rapid and deep emissions reductions may not be easy, but 4°C to 6°C will be much worse”
…I think the rate of increase of emissions, and there is no sign at all of that rate significantly coming down, would suggest that we’ll be reaching a new normal, and then another new normal, and then another new normal. I’m one of the people that concludes that we’re likely to experience significant climate change impacts over the next 1,2,3 decades and obviously beyond that point. At the moment, unless we change our emissions pathways and trajectory, the normal will be changing regularly.
Sandy a Galvanizing Moment for Climate Change?
Fracking Battle a Strong National, Local Issue
After Election, Coal’s Challenges Will Remain
Clean-Tech’s Future Hinges on Election
Insurance Companies Rethink Business After Sandy
A HARD LOOK AT U.S. REACTOR HARDWARE AFTER FUKUSHIMA
Critics: Sandy Showed Nuclear Plants’ Vulnerability to Weather, Sabotage
USGS ESTIMATES POSSIBLE GREENHOUSE GAS FROM MELTING ARCTIC PERMAFROST
Meet the 78-year-old great-grandmother, the Air Force veteran, and other Texas landowners trying to block construction of the Keystone XL tar sands pipeline
Drawing a Line in the (Tar) Sand
Protests in Texas delay the Keystone pipeline while opposition to it grows.
Once this landscape was a pristine wilderness roamed by deer now it’s ‘the most destructive industrial project on earth’ (Pictures of hell on earth)
- Lush green forests once blanketed an area of the Tar Sands at Fort McMurray in Alberta, Canada, larger than England
- Area where blackened earth now stands dubbed by environmentalists as most destructive industrial project on earth
- Boreal forest – once home to grizzly bears, moose and bison – is vanishing at rate second to Amazon deforestation
Alarming Sinkhole Continues to Cave In: Seismic Activity, Odors, Health Symptoms Reported
TV Special: Giant Louisiana sinkhole “a history making event” — Experts have never seen anything like this before — An environmental nightmare
Don’t just live your principles, suffer for them.
Rush the field y’all. Stop the game.
About Sharon Wilson
Sharon Wilson is considered a leading citizen expert on the impacts of shale oil and gas extraction. She is the go-to person whether it’s top EPA officials from D.C., national and international news networks, or residents facing the shock of eminent domain and the devastating environmental effects of natural gas development in their backyards.
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