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Tiquipaya II, People’s World Conference on Climate Change 2015

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When was the last time you got to attend a brainstorming session with the president of a country? Read More »

Language Matters in Life and Business: Disrupting the Climate Change “Brand”


Some scientists have been pushing to replace the phrase "climate change" with a more effective term. Read More »

Why is the Beach Covered with Dead Birds?

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When will our long night of global corporate greed and killing finally fade away into the light? Read More »

And the Band Plays On

Obama Climate Change Sppech June 2013 Scaled 300

So. It seems that our semi-illustrious president has once again succumbed to the temptation to appear before America’s voters in order to spread his own unmistakeable concoction of snake oil liberally sprinkled (as always) with half-truths, ignorance and outright lies. In yet another attempt to hornswoggle the nation’s voters into buying into one more of his half-baked, ill thought out ... Read More »

Book Review: Planet Rock Doc: Nuggets from Explorations of the Natural World by Dr. Elsa Kirsten Peters

Planet Rock Doc compiles favorite features from syndicated newspaper columnist and geologist Elsa Kirsten Peters, covering energy, agriculture, climate, health, biology, physics, chemistry, and science history. Read More »

Book Review: Private Empire by Steve Coll

Covers many aspects of the company’s agenda with clarity and zest. Read More »

Reducing our Reliance on Foreign Oil: US Department of Defense Goes Green

A look at the efforts the US DoD is making to reduce its reliance on foreign oil. Read More »

New York Among Cities Most Vulnerable to Climate Change: Climate Scientist

Cities like New York are taking some steps to prepare, but the political will can be shaky. Read More »

Book Review: Here on Earth: A New Beginning by Tim Flannery

A book about the whole notion of what humanity is as a species, and how that relates to the world we live in. Read More »

Book Review: Climatism! by Steve Goreham

Were it not for Michael Crichton’s State of Fear I would have never been interested in this book. Read More »