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

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

The rise of digital currency like Bitcoin, and carbon footprints

Here i take a look at the rapidly growing Bitcoin currency and technological developments in light of emissions targets. Above video shows a Bitcoin rig June 2011, many computer’s with GPU’s (high power graphic cards), hence high energy consumption. Recent developments David Gilson from Coin Desk writes on June 6th, 2013: We have just observed…

The Obama Speech on Climate and Energy Policy (June 25, 2013)

TranscriptPRESIDENT BARACK OBAMA: Thank you. Thank you. (Cheers, applause.) Thank you, Georgetown! (Cheers, applause.) Thanks. Thank you so much. Now — thank you, Georgetown. Everybody please be seated.And my first announcement today is that you should all take off your jackets. (Laughter.) I’m going to do the same. We got — (cheers) — it’s not…

After release of report, UN climate change body reiterates now is ‘crucial moment’ to act

UN News Centre: With United Nations-backed climate talks underway in Germany, the UN climate change body today reiterated that international efforts to mitigate the phenomenon are insufficient to meet the goal of keeping global warming to below 2 degrees Celsius above pre-industrial levels. The statement from the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) follows…