Global Warming Resources

Earth Day: Celebrate by Calling Congress

The original Earth Day, founded by Senator Gaylord Nelson, is to this day considered one of the most phenomenal moments in American democracy. Said the American Heritage magazine in October of 1993: …on April 22, 1970, Earth Day was held, one of the mostremarkable happenings in the history of democracy… In the spirit of Earth Day then, let’s let our political leaders in Washington …

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Dianne Feinstein on the Climate Security Act ad Emission Allowance Market Transparency Act

Following is a copy of an email I just recieved from Senator Dianne Feinstein – Dear Mr. Schueneman: Thank you for writing to me to share your support for the “Climate Security Act of 2007.” I appreciate hearing from you and welcome this opportunity to respond. On October 18, 2007, Senators Joseph Lieberman (ID-CT) and John Warner (R-VA) introduced the “Climate Security Act of …

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Global Warming Alarmism!

John Cook, who runs SkepticalScience.com, published this very telling cartoon on his blog recently. Who are the alarmists now? Ah, yes… Check out John’s site, he does a good job of examining the most ubiquitous “skeptical” arguments against climate change, then has the audacity to apply those arguments to real science. Oh, and he’s a scientist himself. Tags: global+warming+hoax, global+warming+alarmism, climate+science+skeptic

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Carbon Footprints in the Sand…

Waiting for someone else to do something about climate change is one way to help insure that nothing gets done. All the way from the Bush Administration saying the U.S. can’t do anything to curb its emissions until China and India do something (with China and India pointing the finger right back at us) right down to my own feeling of powerlessness to make any …

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Al Gore: The Audacity of Optimism and Defining a Generation’s Challenge

Al Gore deputed his new slide show at the TED Conference in Monterey California. Gore calls for a “generational mission” inspired by the “globally strategic” nature of the climate crises and the urgency of an effective response. It’s not always easy to find a reason for optimism, but Gore gives it a good try. Better than most. Watch the video and think about it for yourself. …

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The Cambridge Energy Alliance: Addressing Climate Change, Energy Efficiency, and Jobs for the 21st Century

The discussion of solutions to climate change often turns toward cutting-edge renewable energy technology, hybrids cars, and solar panels, but one of the easiest, most cost effective, and quickest ways to reduce our carbon footprint is simply through greater efficiency of the energy we now use. Much of that energy is used in lighting, heating, and cooling the buildings in which we live and …

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