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They Knew

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On January 12, 2023

There really is no difference between the tobacco industry and the fossil fuel industry except that we are far more addicted to fossil fuels than we ever were with cigarettes..

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Did COP27 Accomplish Anything?

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On December 16, 2022
Basically, no. The United Nations climate conference that concluded last weekend in Sharm el Sheikh, Egypt, did not appear, at the outset, poised to deliver a major breakthrough. Unlike last year’s meeting in Glasgow, this year’s was not designed to produce new emissions pledges, and...
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Climate Backsliding

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On November 16, 2022
Tell me how this is going to work out well for humans again? At last year’s global climate talks in Glasgow, world leaders, scientists and chief executives rallied around a call to “keep 1.5 alive.”The mantra was in reference to an aspirational goal that every...

COP27

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On November 12, 2022

While we are focusing on the elections (for good reasons of course), the world continues to burn. Will the US ever do anything useful in fighting climate change? Biden appeared.

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Environmental activist Greta Thunberg, of Sweden, addresses the Climate Action Summit in the United Nations General Assembly, at U.N. headquarters, Monday, Sept. 23, 2019. (AP Photo/Jason DeCrow) The idea that this planet will be livable for humans in a century is extremely unlikely. We just...
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