In this blog post, I suggest that the wealthy countries of the Global North have been deluded into thinking they are not very vulnerable to climate change.Read more
Today, the 21st of September, is the United Nations International Day of Peace, a day devoted to non-violence, cease-fire, and making the ideals of peace robust.
What has world peace to do with global climate change? A helluva lot. Rapid global reduction of CO2 emissions requires world disarmament, a fact never mentioned in climate negotiations.
Here Are the Surprisingly Aligned Positions on Climate Change and Global Warming from the World's Major Religions
Most major world religions have released important statements on the need to end Climate Change and Global Warming. Here they are.
US Global warning caused migration is already happening. It will soon get much worse. See what the NY Times has to say about migration in your regional area!
September 2020 has given us a glimpse of the future for the American West, and it is a bleak hell of catastrophic heat, drought and fire.
In Five Years, We Can Develop the Zero-Combustion Renewable Energy to Meet Today's Energy Consumption
Great news: We can replace all today’s fossil fuel energy with zero-combustion renewable energy in 5 years. But the bad news is, our governments are sabotaging that transformation.
Planet Earth is going down due to continued and increasing global environmental destruction, degradation, and pollution. By the 1970s, both the environmental movement and governments had begun to see what was happening, which resulted in the first US Earth Day in 1970, and the UN Stockholm Conference on the Human Environment in 1972.
The greatest threat ever to human survival — yes, our species — will not feature highly in this year’s US presidential election contest. The climate and planet Earth did not feature big in the big US national convention speeches. The Republican speeches failed to recognize climate change at all and the Democrat ones all but failed to recognize the climate emergency.
The 2020 Republican Party platform will hasten total planetary collapse … but the 2020 Democratic Party platform does not avoid planetary collapse
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The Republican Party platform
On 22 August 2020, the Republican Party passed a firm resolution to stick with the party’s 2016 platform without any change, saying it “will continue to enthusiastically support the President’s America-first agenda” (or, more accurately, his “America-second agenda” as his first agenda always seems to be Donald Trump).
This will continue the Trump / GOP-driven descent towards American fascism.
On climate change, it will continue to “unleash $50 trillion in untapped shale oil, and natural gas reserves, plus hundreds of years in clean [sic] coal reserves.”
Global warming is accelerating. The following survival-critical deadlines should be kept in mind.