There Is No Global Warming, screams a NewsMax headline yesterday.
No Global Warming? Let’s play make-a-guess using NASA’s GISS temperature data dating from January 1880 to May 2015 to test that assertion.
To play the game, make a guess: how many months has it been since the globe had a monthly temperature reading cooler than […]
Globally, 2015 has experienced the hottest first five months of any year on record, since global temperatures began to be measured in 1895. […]
Over the weekend, Rick Perry issued a challenge to Hillary Clinton. He tweeted that “Americans want results not rhetoric.”
As Governor of Texas, Rick Perry certainly got results.
– At the end of his term of Governor, Texas began to lose tens of thousands of jobs per month, as the boom-and-bust cycles of the oil […]
This weekend saw the biggest anti-pipeline protest in Minnesota history, organized by Tar Sands Resistance. It’s not just about the Keystone XL pipeline. Many other pipelines are being planned to bring crude oil from the Alberta tar sands into the United States to be processed and then sold for burning, creating the risk of massive […]
Congress has voted to increase the risk of oil spills by authorizing an increase in pipelines, while keeping our nation’s capacity for cleaning up oil spills the same. […]
Do you know who poisoned two bald eagles in Plaquemine, Louisiana? You can earn a financial reward for sharing the information. […]
One town’s weather is not the same as global climate.
It’s easy to lose track of the difference because as humans we pay more attention to what we see with our own eyes and pay less attention to what we don’t see. It’s even easier to lose track of the difference between local weather and […]
Republicans and conservative Democrats don’t like much of what scientific research has to say. So, they passed the American Research and Competitiveness Act of 2015. […]
When you hear politicians in the U.S. Congress say that they are for an All Of The Above Energy policy, keep in mind that all of the above includes massive oil spills like the one yesterday along the California coast. […]
Do your bit, or at least don’t make it worse where you live, and there may be a larger pool of surviving pollinators by the time the federal government gets around to implementing its own plans for pollinator preservation. […]
How can Congress continue to coddle fossil fuels companies when the skies of our cities are in this condition? […]