Wednesday, February 13, 2013

Activists arrested at White House protesting Keystone pipeline - The Washington Post
that controversial project — which ranks as one of the top climate decisions the president will have to make this year — took center stage Wednesday as about 50 activists engaged in civil disobedience at the gates of the White House.
The protest was well orchestrated and had an exclusive air about it, bringing together the elite of the environmental movement.

Hansen, who heads the NASA Goddard Institute of Space Studies, said the fact that Obama can talk about promoting renewable energy and oil and gas production “shows he doesn’t get it.”
Obama can’t change polarization on climate change | Grist
And finally, what about climate change? That one’s easy: Everyone has already made up their minds. The issue is thoroughly, 100 percent polarized. The tribal lines are drawn, so nothing Obama says is going to have much effect.
The American Spectator : This Is Going to Leave a Mark (on Peter Gleick)
Tomorrow (Thursday, February 14th), Peter Gleick will get a most memorable Valentines Day present when the Heartland Institute releases a presentation of the arguments for a criminal prosecution of Gleick for multiple crimes, the specifics of which I have read but am not free to mention until after the document is released.
Snow-buried New England seeks help from residents
Snowstorm left at least 18 dead in U.S. and Canada.

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