The conservative argument to act on climate change

August 15, 2013: Republican Bob Inglis’ belief that climate change is real helped get him booted from Congress by a Tea Party primary challenger in 2010. He talks with Chris Hayes about his ongoing efforts to convince Republicans to act on global warming. Related Climate reality must win out over political attacks on science

Call Out The Climate Change Deniers

BarackObama.com: The national science academies of every major country in the world have confirmed that climate change is real. NASA and 97 percent of scientists confirm that climate change is real. But 135 members of Congress are in denial. BarackObama.com/climate-deniers Related The Consensus Project House Republican ready to ‘defund the EPA’

Mass Extinctions Cause Evolutionary Bottlenecks

Science World Report, Aug 14, 2013: Extinctions are occurring at a phenomenal rate these days. As our climate changes and environments are altered, species are disappearing from our planet. Now, scientists are examining mass extinctions more closely. They’ve discovered how after these events in the past, species and ecosystems managed to recover in the aftermath. About…

Climate Crisis as a Political Issue

John Hofmeister discusses with Greg Dalton how the global climate crisis is a problem that needs political help to be solved. Hofmeister states that since the political system runs on 2 year intervals, it is difficult to solve the climate crisis our planet is suffering from. More from ClimateOne http://www.youtube.com/user/ClimateOne?feature=watch

Australia’s John Connor discusses findings from the latest NOAA: State of the Climate Report

Climate Institute chief John Connor discusses the latest state of the climate report and says the warmer the planet gets, the wilder the weather, warning the figures represent a “new chaos”. Australia’s Climate Institute http://www.climateinstitute.org.au/ NOAA: 2012 State of the Climate Report Released https://www.ncdc.noaa.gov/news/2012-state-climate-report-released

AGU: Human – induced climate change requires urgent action

Humanity is the major influence on the global climate change observed over the past 50 years. Rapid societal responses can significantly lessen negative outcomes. “Human activities are changing Earth’s climate. At the global level, atmospheric concentrations of carbon dioxide and other heat-trapping greenhouse gases have increased sharply since the Industrial Revolution. Fossil fuel burning dominates…

Climate change stokes violent reaction

By Tim Radford / Climate News Network An exhaustive study of a wide range of conflicts over thousands of years has found that rising temperatures are inevitably linked to an increase in violence. LONDON, 1 August – Stand by for more violence. As planetary temperatures rise, so does the likelihood of murder, rape and domestic…