Posts Tagged ‘global warming‘

The Seven Dimensions of Climate Change: Join the New Conversation

Einstein said everything should be as simple as possible, but not simpler. So what’s the right kind of simple for the world’s most complex challenge? I really appreciate one of the reasons listed for this type of distinguishing conversation: to “encourage necessary conversations between individuals

Attempts to stop catastrophic climate change are futile, says UN report

Anti-emissions policies adopted by world governments are decreasing the amount of harmful gas emitted in some countries, but the report warns it’s not enough when developing nations produce more gases than limited political controls can remove. Emissions in most Western countries are falling as economies

Arguments from Global Warming Skeptics: What the science really says

Link: Arguments from Global Warming Skeptics: What the science really says climateadaptation: This page examines the science and common arguments of global warming skepticism. Common objections like ‘global warming is caused by the sun’, ‘temperature has changed naturally in the past’ or ‘other planets are

mothernaturenetwork: Global warming could bring stronger air turbulence with it Just another great perk of climate change.

ecosnobberysucks: Funny but sad.

greenfuturist: MUST WATCH:  Bill McKibben’s Thought Bubble: The Fight of Our Time (by ThoughtBubbler) Bill McKibben, founder of, global thinker and leader, and author of several books; including The End of Nature, and Eaarth: Making a Life on a Tough New Planet, shares this

fromegotoeco: Global warming represents complete free market failure Related articles fromegotoeco: (From Ego to Eco: my big theme for the next 12… ( “NASA scientist James Hansen, the planet’s most prominent climatologist, is even blunter: “The target…” (

Given this hard math, we need to view the fossil-fuel industry in a new light. It has become a rogue industry, reckless like no other force on Earth. It is Public Enemy Number One to the survival of our planetary civilization. “Lots of companies do

(via Humans Are Not Like Slowly Boiling Frogs … We Are Like Slowly Boiling Brainless Frogs | ThinkProgress)  very fitting cartoon