- Bishop Hill blog - I'm following Paul
For those who don't use Twitter, there is a thing called Friday follow, where you suggest good people to follow to your own followers. I think everyone on the dissenting side of the debate should be recommending Erlich. He's a hoot.Greens Now Stunned/Stumped By The Massive Environmental Collateral Damage From Climate Protection
Last week Austrian Broadcasting network ORF aired the controversial new film Climate Crimes in German.Twitter / PaulREhrlich: #Climate disruption. Remember ...
Having seen the film in its entirety for the first time, I was truly horrified by the scale of the environmental destruction and mayhem brought on by the recent climate protection movement. It is truly madness at a whole new level and dimension. If you have the chance to see the documentary, then do so. You’ll be shaking your head throughout the film.
Explosive Fed. Mandate Killing Thousands of Red Snapper
#Climate disruption. Remember this when denier morons claim snow proves no warming. Just the opposite. #greed. http://bit.ly/Xiwu7G
Shipp said the demolitions are frequent, sometimes three a week in the Gulf, but are seldom video-taped. Shipp also sits on the Gulf Fisheries Management Council, and has been a strong opponent of the demolitions.Bill of the Week: Changing the Climate: Ellis hopes for a cooler future - News Blog - The Austin Chronicle
“It’s a double whammy,” Shipp said, “Not only are we killing a lot of snapper, but we’re also destroying their habitat.”
The old rigs are an eye-sore, but under the surface, they’ve developed into artificial reefs with rich coral habitats. On some of the older rigs, those habitats have grown over the course of 30 to 40 years.
The killing of the red snapper is also infuriating charter boat captains and anglers.
Climate change, says Sen. Rodney Ellis, D-Houston, is "going to be the critical issue of our time." But does that mean the Texas Legislature can – or will – do anything to address the issue? That remains to be seen.