On Climate Change Background image “Turning the tide on climate change” by Robert KandelDetails
From mining, to burning, to disposal, coal is wreaking havoc on our health and our planet. Powering our country by burning coal is dangerous. It’s time to transition Beyond Coal to clean, renewable sources of energy. Learn more and take action on our website http://www.beyondcoal.org Ryan Koronowski notes: A new video from the Sierra Club makes the connection between…Details
Wheeler Centre: Spraying sulphur compounds into the upper atmosphere to reduce the amount of sunlight reaching the planet? Transforming the chemistry of the world’s oceans so they soak up more carbon? These ideas sound like science fiction, but technologies to ‘geoengineer’ the planet are being developed right here and right now. Clive Hamilton argues that…Details
CBS: WFOR’s Chief Meteorologist David Bernard, Climate Central’s Chief Climatologist Heidi Cullen, TIME Magazine’s Jeffrey Kluger and American Meteorological Society President Marshall Shepherd discuss recent extreme weather events, the upcoming hurricane season, and the role of climate change in recent disruptive events.
The highest rated officials in the world held the meeting where Severn Suzuki made them silent for five minutes with her mind blowing speech.
Bill Moyers: In December 2008, during the closing weeks of the Bush White House, 27-year-old environmental activist Tim DeChristopher went to protest the auction of gas and oil drilling rights to more than 150,000 acres of publicly-owned Utah wilderness. But instead of yelling slogans or waving a sign, DeChristopher disrupted the proceedings by starting to…Details
5/16/13: At the WNET Sandy town hall, the former commander of the New York District, Army Corps of Engineers, John Boulé warns New Yorkers to stop ignoring climate change and start preparing for higher sea level rise and more frequent and more powerful storms. Brad Johnson: At a May 16 televised forum on the recovery from Superstorm…Details
Especially on topic starting at 34:30 min in. Le professeur Bradley est l’invité du comité de vie scientifique de l’Association étudiante du Centre Eau Terre Environnement (AECETE). Professeur éminent au Département de géosciences et directeur du Climate System Research Center de l’Université du Massachussetts à Amherst (États-Unis), le professeur Bradley étudie les changements climatiques depuis…Details
In 2009, climate scientist Richard Alley (Pennsylvania State University) held the talk, “The Biggest Control Knob: Carbon Dioxide in Earth’s Climate History” (Bjerknes Lecture), at the American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting. CO2 is, and has always been, the biggest climate control knob in the Earth’s history https://mind.ofdan.ca/co2-is-and-has-always-been-the-biggest-climate-control-knob-in-the-earths-history 2015 release by AGU https://youtu.be/3UVb–2-PBgDetails