Extreme weather events like Hurricane Irene illustrate the costs of man’s impact on the earth. The planet has been getting warmer since the dawn of the industrial age and for every one degree rise in temperature, moisture rises by 7 percent. Scientists predict that warmer temperatures will increase the frequency and severity of extreme weather events. Or to put it another way, global warming […]Read More
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The crop insurance program in its current form is costly (to taxpayers) outdated, sends the wrong incentives to farmers.
Increased Flooding and Droughts Linked to Climate Change Have Sent Crop Insurance Payouts Skyrocketing - Inside Climate News https://bit.ly/3raaPUb
Utilities urge SCOTUS to uphold EPA authority to regulate carbon emissions
U.S. utilities side with environment agency in Supreme Court climate case https://reut.rs/3rbt6QZ
NEPA, the landmark environmental legislation from the 60s that framed all subsequent federal environmental legislation, remains effective to this day.
Court revokes largest-ever U.S. offshore oil lease, cites NEPA https://bit.ly/3ueiQJH
“Businesses should be ready to defend what they’re doing about the climate crisis and how they’re taking meaningful action. If they don’t, they could face challenges from many directions, from the SEC to activists to litigators. ” https://bit.ly/3GcdaSt
Concentrated Animal Feeding Operations (CAFOs) post significant health and environmental risks. Biden's Build Back Better plan shouldn't provide any more federal funding for CAFOs
Build Back Better Act Provides Funding for CAFOs https://bit.ly/3AADgO9