The reality is that we have more combined oil, coal, and natural gas resources than any other country on the planet. We have enough energy resources to provide reliable and affordable energy for decades, even centuries to come. The only real question is whether we will have access to our abundant energy resources, not whether sufficient resources exist. … According to the Congressional Research Service, we have the most fossil fuel resources of any country on Earth, but most of these resources are off-limits due to federal policies.
@BobRyanABC7 Justin Gillis at NYTimes unabashedly biased left on climate change b/c of ideology. Do you agree with his agenda?
Somerville refused Fred Singer’s challenge to debate in 2010, because his fairy tales only work with compliant sheeple in the press corps(e)
ANN ARBOR, Mich.—It's a message no one wants to hear: To slow down global warming, we'll either have to put the brakes on economic growth or transform the way the world's economies work.
That's the implication of an innovative University of Michigan study examining the most likely causes of global warming.
..."Since the mid 1970s, scientists like James Hansen have been warning us about the effects global warming will have on the earth," Tapia Granados said. "One solution that has promise is a carbon tax levied on any activity producing CO₂ in order to create incentives to reduce emissions. The money would be returned to individuals so the tax would not burden the population at large.
May Day on the north slope of Alaska. Where are the occupy protesters who want to stop global warming?