Tuesday, October 22, 2013


Power Shift leads Pittsburgh protest against fossil fuel energy - Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
At the Downtown end of the bridge about 50 members of Boilermakers Union Local staged a counterdemonstration, waving signs that read "Stop the War on Coal," and shouting "job killers," at the passing parade.
Twitter / ClimateReality: What if you left home in order ...
What if you left home in order to survive the effects of carbon pollution?
Frost damage cuts 50 million boxes from Chile’s exports - The Packer
NEW ORLEANS — Chilean winter fruit exports to the world will be off substantially in the coming season because of the worst frost in more than 80 years.
Former Vice President Al Gore urges students to make climate change their cause
While the speech was live, it was shown via a computer that projected the man who has made global warming a personal crusade tinged with an almost religious fervor onto a giant screen at the Warner Grand Theatre.
“It is your generation that is going to get hit the hardest,” he said. “The bigger downpours and floods and droughts and rising seas that we’re seeing, the stronger storms — all these things can sound a little scary..."

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