Senate Majority Leader hopes to work on climate change bill
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid said on Wednesday that he hoped senators would work on climate change legislation, though he did not provide a time frame for doing so.Pastor Carolyn Kennedy: Climate change, destructive storms the result of human sin
It’s a sin to love our cars more than God’s good world. It’s a sin to pour fossil fuels into creating consumer goods we don’t need, while polluting the atmosphere.Time to tell global warming industry the party’s over | Troy Media
Remember, green energy policies were fast-tracked because some thought we could solve a global disaster. Now that real world evidence shows that global warming can no longer credibly be linked to carbon dioxide caused by human’s actions, it’s time to tell politicians and the green industry that their party is over. One problem remains: Who will clean up the mess they left behind?Collide-a-scape » Blog Archive » Collide-a-scape >> The Day After
[Keith Kloor] I will confidently predict that Obama is not going to shut down the Keystone pipeline or curtail domestic oil and gas drilling. If he does either, I’ll shave my head (which I want to do anyway) and post the picture on twitter.Climate Change Action and More Drilling Likely in Obama’s Second Term | Observations, Scientific American Blog Network
Obama’s second term may not slow the rise of the oceans or begin the healing of the planet—as predicted in an earlier victory speech—but it will give the two-term president a chance to secure his legacy as one of the greenest chief executives in U.S. history.