US environmentalists challenged to get climate change laws through Congress | guardian.co.uk
She said environmentalists needed to be "realistic". Even with extreme weather events like Sandy, there was little prospect of action on climate in the absence of a broad-based climate movement.Twitter / bryanrwalsh: It's less important how many ...
"You have got to pass legislation, and the way the US Congress works, what senators and representatives think is important and what they are willing to vote for depends on lot on what they are hearing from organised groups and citizens." [I'm confused: So are "organised groups" completely OK when they are *for* expensive climate hoax legislation, but completely evil when they are *against* expensive climate hoax legislation?]
It's less important how many reporters are on enviro beat than how many editors actually think it matters. The latter is dwindling tooEnergy Secretary Chu Said to Plan Departure From Cabinet - Businessweek
U.S. Energy Secretary Steven Chu, who drew criticism from Republicans over his support for loans to Solyndra LLC before the solar-panel maker went bankrupt, will leave his Cabinet post in President Barack Obama’s second term, according to two people familiar with the matter.100th Anniversary Of The Hottest Temperature Ever Recorded | Real Science
Chu’s departure will be announced as soon as next week, according to one of the people.
The hottest legitimate temperature ever recorded, occurred in 1913 at Death Valley, California – when CO2 was well below 350 ppm.