Sunday, February 24, 2013

Supply, demand, and activism: What should the climate movement do next?

The wider public, as I’ve said before, is in favor of more good things and fewer bad things. To them, more energy — of any kind — sounds good. Cutting off a source of energy sounds bad. Given the choice between dirtier energy and cleaner energy, they’ll choose cleaner. But they will rarely choose higher costs or reduced energy supply.

That's why Gallup found that majorities in both parties favor approving Keystone XL. To the public it means more energy, from a nice country.
Lord Christopher Monckton presents "Fallacies about Global Warming". - YouTube
Published on Apr 10, 2012

[57-minute video] Assemblywoman Shannon Grove hosts Lord Christopher Monckton at California State University- Bakersfield. Lord Monckton shares why the Fallacies of Global Warming Theory are going to cost you so much. Needs You!
It goes without saying it’s pretty hard to run a free website and to cover the many costs such as server hosting, rent, IT support, etc. In an ideal world If every Climate Realist could donate at least $2 each month, there would be no need for this sort of request asking for your help, but that's not going to happen.
Bloomberg would ban 2-liter sodas with pizza delivery |
“Typically, a pizzeria charges $3 for a 2-liter bottle of Coke. But under the ban, customers would have to buy six 12-ounce cans at a total cost of $7.50 to get an equivalent amount of soda.”
Devastated Arctic Almost Identical To Twenty Years Ago | Real Science

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