How Much Sea Ice Does an Individual Melt?

Here’s a way to see the real impact individuals are having on our planet. http://www.latimes.com/science/sciencenow/la-sci-sn-co2-sea-ice-20161103-story.html#pt0-655592

“The Earth Has Lungs Watch Them Breathe”

The captivating power of the tree:   http://phenomena.nationalgeographic.com/2016/03/09/the-earth-has-lungs-watch-them-breathe/

A Revolution on Climate Change

We need recognition and action.  Let’s work together to find positive messages for positive change. http://www.nytimes.com/2016/10/31/opinion/we-dont-need-a-war-on-climate-change-we-need-a-revolution.html?_r=0

Oil Extraction and Earthquakes

Earthquakes due to oil extraction is just one more aspect of why use of fossil fuels is not sustainable. 5.0 Quake Near Oklahoma Oil Hub Causes Substantial Damage

The New Issue in Climate Accords: Speed

Let’s Make HASTE! “It means really, really drastic mitigation in all sectors, much faster than anything we’ve seen before.” – Ulriikka Aarnio, international policy coordinator for Climate Action Network Europe http://in.reuters.com/article/climatechange-accord-rules-idINKBN13209Q#pt0-557850

Carbon Emissions Flat for Third Straight Year

It is good news that the rate of emissions is not accelerating like it had been.  They tide may be starting to turn.  But, the current rate of emissions is not sustainable.  We need to work on reducing emissions… Read More

Climate Change Could Trigger Tropical Evacuations

We don’t know exactly what the future has in store for us, but we should consider the risks associated with various scenarios.  Then, we can work together to reduce the risks. http://phys.org/news/2016-06-climate-trigger-tropical-evacuations.html#jCp

Oil Demand

Demand for oil can be reduced faster if we humans act responsibly to achieve it.  One complication is that as some people act to recude demand, the price will drop if supply remains high and this will encourage others to… Read More