Thursday, November 01, 2012

Sandy thrusts debates over climate change, FEMA into spotlight in Mass. Senate race - Politics - The Boston Globe
Warren, a Democrat, and Brown, a Republican, declined Wednesday to draw a direct link between the hurricane and global warming. But both called climate change a problem...
After touring a seawall at Long Beach in Plymouth battered during the hurricane, Brown said, “I’ll leave that up to the scientists, as to where we stand” on the relationship between climate change and ­violent weather.

“But I believe in climate change,” said Brown, who had expressed ­uncertainty on the issue during his 2010 campaign. “I believe man and nature play a role. It’s a question of how do we step back and try to ­address it. I recycle all the time. . . .’’
Twitter / climatebrad: #Sandy knocked out power for ...
#Sandy knocked out power for 250,000 people in Cleveland, OH, a hotbed of climate-denying weathermen. #climatesilence #frankenstorm
Germany Holding Its 5th (Skeptic) Climate And Energy Conference In Munich On November 30 and December 1
The 5th International Climate and Energy Conference is taking place on November 30 and December 1, 2012 in Munich. The conference features a number of outstanding speakers who are critical of climate science and energy policy today.
The battle against Big Energy's rush to ruin our planet | Daryl Hannah | Comment is free |
Extreme killer superstorms, historic drought, vanishing sea ice, an increase in ocean acidity by 30%, the hottest decade on record and mega forest fires have increasingly become our new reality.
Those who want to be safe from the tyranny of poison will always possess the moral authority and will stand on the right side of history.

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