Wednesday, September 19, 2018

Clinton Says No Thanks To Charles Koch’s Endorsement, Citing His Climate Denial

Clinton tweeted that she was "not interested in endorsements from people who deny climate science and try to make it harder for people to vote" hours after Koch said it's possible she might be a better president than the current GOP candidates.

93% of the Great Barrier Reef is Now Bleached

Coral bleaching events in 1998 led to a death of 16 percent of the world’s coral. This time it may be worse.

The UN Paris Climate Change Agreement: One World, One Climate?

The Paris climate change agreement may be an ambitious and balanced plan and a historic turning point in the goal of reducing global warming, but according to French ambassador to the United Nation, Francois Delattre, - : “On espere, -- One hopes.”

If You Want to Convert a Climate Skeptic, Don’t Talk About Science

Scientist and Christian Katherine Hayhoe shares how she wins over those who doubt climate change is happening — by not mentioning climate science.

Gov. Cuomo Rejects the Constitution Pipeline, Huge Win for the Anti-Fracking Movement

The New York State Department of Environmental Conservation just denied a key permit to companies seeking to build a 124-mile fracked gas pipeline.

We Live or Die Alone and Together

“Save some gratitude for those who preserve life or provide you with the goods of life and stop the overweening, abject displays of mewling groveling at the altar of militarism.”

Watch: River Explodes Into Flames From Methane Coming From Nearby Fracking Sites

Not only is the gas bubbling becoming more intense recently, but it is spreading to a greater length of the river.

DCI Group Subpoenaed in Expanding Exxon Climate Denial Investigation

ExxonMobil continues to fund climate denial through groups including the American Legislative Exchange Council (ALEC).

BREAKING: Criminal Charges for 3 Over Flint Water Crisis is “Only the Beginning”

Attorney General Bill Schuette stated that these charges are “only the beginning” and that no one guilty will be able to escape justice because “no one is above the law.”

San Francisco Becomes First Major City to Require Solar Panels on New Buildings

California also has more solar jobs and installed more megawatts of solar capacity last year than any other state in the nation.