NASA SATELLITES REVEAL SOMETHING STARTLING ABOUT THE FUTURE OF FOOD...

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Sometimes all it takes is a little perspective to see how our actions are affecting the planet.

And what better perspective than from space?

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A CLIMATE DEASTABILIZATION CALL TO ACTION: JOB ONE FOR HUMANITY...

Our world is at a turning point; revolutions are happening everywhere, and the push for change is in the air.

 

Yes, change is literally in the air. Human activity is causing carbon in the atmosphere to increase about 2 ppm per year. As of this writing, we are at 393 ppm, so if we continue with business as usual, it won’t be too long until we’ve reached 450 ppm. According to Jeremy Rifkin (referencing James Hansen, head of the NASA Goddard Institute for Space Studies), 450 ppm would correspond to a temperature increase of six degrees Celsius in this century, and “the end of human civilization as we’ve come to know it.” So now’s the time to harness the revolutionary energy that is sweeping the world in order to save this planet and all of its beauty, to save all the glory of humanity’s existence.

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QUICK FACTS ON AGRIBUSINESS AND THE POLLUTANTS IT CONTRIBUTES TO CLIMATE DESTABILIZATION. IS AGRIBUSINESS THE SINGLE BIGGEST CAUSE OF GLOBAL WARMING? YOU BE THE JUDGE!

Changing our diets may be the single most powerful individual action we can do to slow global warming and climate destabilization --- BY FAR!

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THE SINGLE MOST EFFECTIVE WAY TO PERSONALLY REDUCE GLOBAL WARMING AND CLIMATE DESTABILIZATION: WHY AREN'T THE BIG ENVIRONMENTAL ORGANIZATIONS TAKLING IT UP AND PUSHING IT WITH THEIR MEMBERS?

To maximally reduce your eco-footprint to reduce carbon pollution, global warming and climate destabilization:

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CLIMATE CHANGE DEAL WILL NOT INCLUDE GLOBAL CARBON PRICE SAYS UN CLIMATE CHIEF...

 

A climate change deal to be agreed in Paris in December will not be able to come up with a global carbon price, the United Nations' climate chief, Christiana Figueres, said on Tuesday.

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EATING RED MEAT AND PROCESSED MEATS IS NOT ONLY BAD FOR GLOBAL WARMING IT'S NOW A DANGEROUS CARCINOGEN ACCORDING TO THE WHO (WORLD HEALTH ORGANIZATION)

Hot dogs, bacon and other processed meats cause cancer, World Health Organization declares

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IT'S THE END OF THE WORLD — HOW DO YOU FEEL?

 

Why you should care...

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EXXON KNEW EVERYTHING THERE WAS TO KNOW ABOUT CLIMATE CHANGE BY THE MID-1980S—AND DENIED IT.

Oil and gas industry executives testify on Capitol Hill in Washington

Rex Tillerson, Exxon Mobil CEO and Chairman. (Reuters / Kevin Lamarque)  

And thanks to their willingness to sucker the world, the world is now a chaotic mess...

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STUDY FINDS THE WARMER IT GETS, THE MORE WORLD ECONOMY HURTS..

FILE - In this June 3, 2013 file photo, Pakistani laborers bathe at a leaked water hydrant at the end of a day on the outskirts of Islamabad. With each degree, unrestrained global warming will singe the overall economies of three quarters of the nations in the world and widen the north-south gap between rich and poor countries, a new economic and science study found. Compared to what it would be without more global warming, the average income globally will shrivel 23 percent at the end of the century if heat-trapping carbon dioxide pollution continues to grow at current trajectories, according to a study published Wednesday in the scientific journal Nature. (AP Photo/B.K. Bangash, File)

eapcontent.ap.orgFILE - In this June 3, 2013 file photo, Pakistani laborers bathe at a leaked water hydrant at the end of a day on the outskirts of Islamabad.

 

With each degree, unrestrained global warming will singe the overall economies of three quarters of the nations in the world and widen the north-south gap between rich and poor countries, a new economic and science study found... Compared to what it would be without more global warming, the average income globally will shrivel 23 percent at the end of the century if heat-trapping carbon dioxide pollution continues to grow at current trajectories, according to a study published Wednesday in the scientific journal Nature. (AP Photo/B.K. Bangash, File)

 

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A STORY OF HOPE: THE GUARDIAN LAUNCHES PHASE II OF ITS CLIMATE CHANGE CAMPAIGN...

The next phase of our campaign will champion solar power and its potential to transform the global energy supply. Photograph: Tom Payne/Alamy

 

With crucial climate talks on the horizon, Keep it in the ground turns its focus to hope for the future – the power to change and the solar revolution. Join us and help make that change happen...

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