Monday, June 24, 2013


Twitter / climatebrad: Tomorrow, President Obama will ...
Tomorrow, President Obama will make clear that the fossil-fuel industry is killing Americans today with polluted weather. #climate
Shale gas boom stymied climate action
Shale has killed climate policy. Now the International Energy Agency is trying to bring it back to life.

Following the shale revolution, policymakers can no longer count on peaking oil and gas supplies and soaring fuel prices to save the world from potentially catastrophic climate change.

As the peak-oil panic of 2008 recedes, it has become clear that there are more than enough fossil fuel reserves to cook the planet many times over.
Christie challenger takes a dig at Bill Clinton – CNN Political Ticker - Blogs
Still, Christie's appearance with Clinton earlier this month seemed to strike a nerve with the Middlesex Democrat.

"What frustrated me was that President Clinton didn't call him out for being a climate change denier," Buono said. "That's what frustrated me. The irony in all of this is that he is basking in the afterglow of Sandy, and yet we know that climate change, we know that our sea levels are higher, we know our atmosphere is warmer. We know that climate change is upon us, and that's why we're are having more extreme and more frequent weather patterns coming across New Jersey and across our nation."
Climate Change and Energy, Two Key Issues Featured During AGU’s Annual Science Policy Conference - Press Release - Digital Journal
Climate change and energy will be among the key issues discussed during the American Geophysical Union’s annual Science Policy Conference on 24 – 26 June.

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