Thursday, February 21, 2013

African Women Particularly Impacted by Climate Change | Africa | World | Epoch Times
African women walk for miles across harsh terrain to find clean water sources, planting and harvesting crops through scarcity and drought. Climatic disasters, such as floods, hurricanes, and landslides, can separate families, exposing women to human trafficking, hunger, and loss of life in a matter of moments.

Women must be an integral part of the climate change discussion in Africa, says the United Nations Initiative of the Inter-Agency Network on Women and Gender Equality. Yet, women are rarely involved in forming climate change policies.  [Wait, but aren't the UN climate hoax chief and the EU climate hoax chief both women?]
According to the U.N. website, it is “imperative that a gender analysis be applied to all actions on climate change and that gender experts are consulted in climate change processes at all levels, so that women’s and men’s specific needs and priorities are identified and addressed.”
Warmist DC Weatherman Bob Ryan: Warmer but More Snow? — Does this make sense? |
Ryan says, yes, in some places. But talk and anecdotes are cheap. Let’s see you forecast something, Bob.
AP’s Explanatory Journalism Trumps ‘Brazen Contradiction’ | The Yale Forum on Climate Change & The Media
AP science reporter Seth Borenstein sets a high bar for explanatory journalism with piece on how declining snowfall and a heavy blizzard can both be linked to a warmer climate.
Twitter / Slate: Note to environmental activists: ...
Note to environmental activists: getting arrested protesting the Keystone XL Pipeline is not doing anybody any good:
Keystone pipeline protests: Oil companies will just use railroads. - Slate Magazine
While opponents protest, oil companies turn to railroads.

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