There is a spellbinding new book on global warming called On Vestige Way by David Spielberg that just arrived at Amazon. It is an emotion-packed novel about how global warming effects the future and fate of the world’s Millennials, generation Z, corporations and the political alliances we take for granted.
MIT says it will take 400 years to get green energy generation to replace fossil fuel energy generation. How does that change global warming reduction strategies?
The MIT Technology Review published: “At this rate, it’s going to take nearly 400 years to transform the energy system.” Worse yet, renewable energy is not currently displacing fossil fuel capacity, but rather it is supplementing it!
We have thousands of previous blog posts describing the global warming emergency and how bad it will get. It is also time the Global Warming Blog to regularly post realistic positive perspectives on how we will get through impending climageddon. Please enjoy these new entries.
Alexander Payne the writer and producer of Downsizing, as well as Matt Damon and the other stars, deserve the highest environmental honors. It is obvious they took a lot of professional risks in making this clever film about the dangers of global warming.
Check out the 21 images of what global warming will do to cities around the world in the following link. And, it's not even the real "don't scare the public and markets" sea level rise estimates found in the book Climageddon at Amazon. For all of the 21 images please see https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/us/disturbing-before-and-after-images-show-what-major-us-cities-could-look-like-in-the-year-2100/ss-BBJD7VN?li=BBnb7KzRead more
Would you be surprised to know that we are not making any real progress on reducing the worst current and future consequences of global warming? Here is the proof.Read more
A new report by Oren Cass of the Manhattan Institute for Policy Research dismisses predictions of the impacts of a warming world with a simple solution: When climate change turns up the heat, people just need to turn on their air conditioners...Read more
A sign in Longyearbyen warning people of polar bears in the Svalbard Archipelago, halfway between Norway and the North Pole, February 25, 2018. THOMSON REUTERS FOUNDATION/Thin Lei Win
The Arctic is warming faster than the rest of the planet - and Longyearbyen is seeing it firsthand...Read more
You can see dramatic climate change impacts even in the dead of Arctic winter...Read more
A new study shows that rising temperatures in the Himalayas have led to more avalanches...Read more