Tuesday, September 28, 2021

Tag: Hurricane Matthew

Hurricane Mathew vs. Shock and Awe of Empire

Too many other good men and women have lost their limbs, eyes and even their brains because of phony Shock and Awe con men who they believed in.

Hurricane Sandy-Sized Floods Up to 17 Times More Likely by 2100

As the remnants of Hurricane Matthew recede, the warnings and evacuations in the Caribbean and US east coast are giving way to rescue efforts and clean-up operations.

Putting Their Bodies On The (Pipe)Line

From a small boat bobbing in the ocean to the growing resistance camps in North Dakota, the climate movement is on the rise.

Millions of Chickens Feared Dead in Wake of Hurricane Matthew

Concerns have arisen over the potential devastating impacts flooded factory farms could have on the environment and public health.

Are TV Networks the Last Bastion of Climate Denial?

"If the TV networks don’t start making these links between climate change and extreme weather events, they will be one of the last bastions of climate denial."

Hurricane Matthew Is a Herald of Man-Made Climate Change

All hurricanes in the contemporary world are made worse by the climate change that has already occurred, and will be made yet worse again by more climate science denial.

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Green hydrogen’s rapidly falling costs undermine the gas industry’s argument for blue hydrogen

Aside from those and other specific uses, the idea of a hydrogen economy should be retired, whether it’s blue or green.

ReTrolligans—how the GOP risks all, miming ‘trollish’ gate-crashing, lying, bullying & chaos

With a daring experiment, the scheming, conspiracy-riven Republicans are testing whether morphing into a party of boorish trolls works.

Victory: PennEast Pipeline stops development of natural gas pipeline

“This is a huge victory. Today, water, the environment, and people spoke louder than fossil fuels.”

The week of two high-stakes games of chicken

Neither of these games of chicken would be as fraught if Democrats were united.

‘We aren’t bluffing’: Progressives hold the line as Pelosi moves ahead with bipartisan bill

“If we don’t pass our agenda together—that's infrastructure AND paid leave, child care, climate action, and more—then we're leaving millions of working people behind.”