This is an interview with a woman exiting the movie “Chasing Ice“. The movie not only changed this woman’s mind about global warming, “it’s changed me as a person,” she said. “I believed Bill O’Reilly”. She’s now ready to “undo her damage” for her children and grandkids.
The new documentary, Chasing Ice, captures climate change on film with two-dozen time-lapse cameras placed throughout the… Continue reading | 1 Comment
Every year, Arctic sea ice melts during summer months and then refreezes during the colder winter months. On September 16th of this year, sea ice extent fell to 3.41 million square kilometers ( 1.32 square miles), the lowest summer minimum on satellite record.
As temperatures increase, and sea ice melts, this… Continue reading | 1 Comment
Well if you look on Mitt’s website, the answer seems to be ignore it. After all, he is in favor of that last-nail-in-our-collective-coffin tar sands pipeline. That’s the one that brings the dirty oil across America to its ports and gives Canada fantabulous access to the international fossil fuel market. Take that energy independence… Continue reading
Broadcasting from Cancún, Mexico where the COP16 Climate Summit is taking place, Democracy Now caught up with author and 350.org co-founder Bill McKibben. Here is an
Last month, I streamed some of the live Bioneers 21 Conference. I wanted to see James Hansen, having recently finished his book, Storms of My Grandchildren: The Truth About the Coming Climate Catastrophe and Our Last Chance to Save Humanity. After his presentation, Dr. Hansen introduced a face… Continue reading
“It isn’t enough to talk about peace. One must believe in it, And it isn’t enough to believe in it. One must work at it.” –Eleanor Roosevelt
And there was a whole lot of work going on yesterday. According to 350.org‘s co-founder, Bill… Continue reading
Narrated by Leo DiCaprio, this clip is based on the book by Thom Hartmann, The Last Hours of Ancient Sunlight: The Fate of the World and What We Can Do Before It’s Too Late.
“Picture this, a blue planet protected by a thin layer of atmosphere that keeps temperature, air and water in perfect balance to maintain life. In the cold
Ahead of Earth Day and Cochabamba, Bolivia’s indigenous summit on climate change along with the anticipated unveiling of a Senate climate bill this coming week, Democracy Now spoke with someone who sounded one of the earliest alarms about global warming. In 1989, Author Bill McKibben wrote The End of Nature
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In a recent interview, post- the COP15 Conference, the nation’s top climate scientist and director of the NASA Goddard Institute for
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Most residents in South Florida realize we have two seasons; rainy and dry. Yet, how many realize what a precarious water dance we do?
According to the South Florida Water Management District, Florida receives an average annual rainfall of 53 inches, making it one of the wettest states in the… Continue reading | 2 Comments