You aren’t likely to see this ad in magazines or newspapers these days: However, unfortunately, you can see the same kind of thing when it comes to global warming … [Read full article]
We got the following comment (a great one) on a post the other day. I thought it was good enough for a quick post so more eyes could give it a … [Read full article]
Good question, and good answer, from Australian journalism student Matt Bush has an excellent piece on the horrid reporting around “Climategate 2.0.” Here’s the intro as a taster: Did you hear … [Read full article]
(Note to front page viewers: must open the page to see the graphic in action.) This dynamic graph (or GIF, to be technical) is one of the best graphics … [Read full article]
Other than the 50+ stories we covered in the past week, here are 15 more green stories I thought were worth a share:
Anyone with a moral conscience who digs into climate science at all (not snake science from global warming denier websites, but real climate science), will find that humans are causing global warming, the effects of global warming are serious, and we should be doing something NOW to address the issue.
I’ve been covering stories on a number of “climate science skeptics” and conservatives who, after delving into the science for real, found that the evidence for the above was overwhelming and “changed sides” (starting working to address climate change not hide from it).
Here’s a bit from a piece by another former global warming skeptic, former Republican Party officer and author Michael Stafford….
The LA Times and Washington Post aren’t the only major media outlets that are starting to tear into the Republican party and other global warming deniers for their absolute rejection of science. USA Today, which I think has really turned things around in recent years and has some of the best climate change coverage of any major newspaper company, had an excellent editorial on the matter recently, one that compares climate science deniers to “birthers” (the folks who didn’t and maybe still don’t believe that Obama was born in the United States).
From our favorite climate denial de-crocker on the web, here’s another great video from him (recently updated). As he summarizes on Climate Denial Crock of the Week:
“For a lot of climate deniers, this is their penultimate argument, the master climate crock. They think it’s the stroke to end all arguments. It’s only the most outrageous and dishonest cherry pick of all time.”
17 Nobel laureates met in Stockholm this week and wrote up a tremendously powerful memorandum on climate change, the Stockholm Memorandum, which gives a pretty clear call to action to everyone in the world.
I know how frustrating and disheartening it can be discussing climate science and politics with a so-called climate skeptics. I get comments from them on Planetsave daily (although, my guess is a lot of them aren’t actually human). Furthermore, though, I’ve got a good friend who is one. He’s caught up on conspiracy theory communities that spout climate change misinformation as some of their conspiracy theories (and don’t get me wrong, I believe a number of conspiracy theories, but the idea that thousands of climate scientists around the world are tricking the public for money or to create a “one world government” is not one of them).
Anyway, when I ran across this article on a climate skeptic who came around after actually researching the topic, it gave me a bit of hope for humanity and even some of the most die-hard climate skeptics.
Glenn Beck is a genius to some, and, well,… the opposite to others. But no matter what ideas come to his head, he needs to refrain from telling lies. Tell Glenn Beck to stop spreading global warming lies via the petition below.