Michael Mann at Science March “Policy based on Scientific Evidence!”

On Earth Day, April 22, Penn State’s Michael Mann spoke in front of the large crowd of the March For Science in Washington DC. The official March For Science website https://www.marchforscience.com

The Madhouse Effect: How Climate Change Denial Is Threatening Our Planet, Destroying Our Politics, and Driving Us Crazy https://www.amazon.com/Madhouse-Effect-Threatening-Destroying-Politics/dp/0231177860

Bill Nye on March for Science and Trump could be Reelected

On Friday, April 21, Bill Nye, also known as “The Science Guy,” spoke with Yahoo News and Finance Anchor Bianna Golodryga about Saturday’s March for Science in Washington. Nye said the march is about more than just bringing attention to carbon emissions affecting climate change, but also about the economy and the future. Nye said,…

The Strong Climate and Environmental Message from Bush 1988

On August 31, 1988, George H. W. Bush gave a progressive campaign speech on the environment, touching on many issues present still. After becoming the 41st President he appointed the first environmentalist, William Reilly ( https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/William_K._Reilly ), to head the EPA. Environmental policy of the United States https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Environmental_policy_of_the_United_States#The_George_H._W._Bush_Administration_.281989.E2.80.931993.29 Reagan, Bush 41 memos reveal sharp contrast…

George HW Bush’s 1988 Environmental Speech

On August 31, 1988, George H. W. Bush gave a progressive campaign speech on the environment, touching on many issues present still today. After becoming the 41st President he appointed the first environmentalist, William Reilly ( https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/William_K._Reilly ), to head the EPA. However, in 1992 he refused to sign the international biodiversity treaty https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Convention_on_Biological_Diversity and…

The Struggle of Global Warming Policy in 1992

At a February 13, 1992 press conference, scientists raised concerns in regards to a lack of policy decisions to address climate change at the 1992 Earth Summit, by the Bush Administration. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Earth_Summit Many arguments from the time and issues over the political inaction to reduce emissions, and to enforce regulations, and to sign treaties, are…

UN: Faced with ‘clear science, real threats,’ countries must remain committed to Paris climate deal

23 March 2017 – Climate change is an unprecedented and growing threat to peace, prosperity and development and addressing it presents an economic opportunity for Governments and business, senior United Nations officials said today. “We are dealing with scientific facts, not politics. And the facts are clear. Climate change is a direct threat in itself,…

Trends and Challenges of Global Transition to Green Economy (November 2016)

Drawing on his expertise as former Executive Director of the United Nations Environment Programme, Achim Steiner https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Achim_Steiner Director of the Oxford Martin School, presented the trends and explored challenges of a global transition towards an inclusive green economy (November 2016). Oxford Martin School, University of Oxford ‘Towards a green economy: pathways through politics, culture and…

Expert urges Politics to Act on Climate Change (March 2017)

Climate scientist Michael Mann https://twitter.com/MichaelEMann gave testimony at hearing, titled “Climate Science: Assumptions, Policy Implications, and the Scientific Method,” was organized to “examine the scientific method and process as it relates to climate change” and “focus on the underlying science that helps inform policy decisions.” House Science Committee Hearing Pits Three Fringe Climate Deniers Against…

Fund Climate Awareness April 2017

You might occasionally look up some climate study, or visit a blog explaining recent discoveries surrounding the science of climate change, you well be aware what is going on, and you actively attempt to reduce your impact on the environment (Driving EV’s, buying electricity from renewables, going vegan, changing light bulbs to LEDs etc). But…