A giant crater was discovered in the permafrost near Siberian gas fields, and everyone is wondering why. Some scientists say it could be linked to global warming… Watch the video with Dr. Reese Halter from last night’s The Ed Show to learn more!
"Why would the U.S. be the leading nation with the highest amount of doubt about the conventional wisdom of climate change? … I think that’s exactly right: Me."
Sunday news shows are finally starting to cover climate change, after nine senators called for more global warming reporting on those shows.
Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) stated that the Sunday shows are important not only “because they talk to millions of people, but they go beyond that by helping to define what the establishment considers to be important and what is often discussed during the rest of the week.”
Thousands of military facilities across the world are threatened by rising sea levels, ocean temperatures and increasing storm frequency brought on by climate change.
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The Heartland Institute, a prominent, Chicago-based organization opposing climate science, has teamed up with the creationist Discovery Institute to launch a smear campaign against a group promoting the nationwide adoption of updated science education guidelines.
This is a story that needs to be shared.
Fossil fuel money backs the Heartland Institute, which has been working to dismantle the teaching of global warming in public schools.
This latest development shows how far they’re willing to go to push their anti-science education agenda.
From USA Today:
Rabbi Moti Rieber travels the politically red state of Kansas armed with the book of Genesis, a Psalm and even the words of Jesus to lecture church audiences, or sermonize if they’ll let him, about the threat of global warming.
He is at the vanguard of religious efforts — halting in some places, gathering speed elsewhere — to move the ecological discussion from its hot-button political and scientific moorings to one based on theological morality and the right thing to do.
Climate change and religion are not opposites: in fact they can go hand in hand.