Category Archives: Energy Policy

Change the Way You Think About Your Morning Latte – World Wildlife Fund

The World Wildlife Fund does great work promoting positive change. 50 gallons of water to make one latte? Time for change.

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Koch funded study agrees, global warming real

After two years and massive amounts of data churning, the Berkeley Earth Surface Temperature Project has concluded, yes Virginia, global warming is real. Of particular interest is the fact that this study was headed by UC Berkeley physics professor Richard … Continue reading

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Remember, only you can prevent global warming.

A recent post by Jamie L. Vernon, Ph.D. on Chris Mooney’s Discover Magazine blog, The Intersection, highlights a recent report from the National Research Council. The report outlines various policy methods to reduce CO2 emissions, but Vernon stresses the importance … Continue reading

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Fear not, my children.

“As you sow, so shall you reap.” This Biblical verse seems to be particularly pertinent in today’s world. Unfortunately, a lot of our soon to be congressional “leadership” seems to ignore that particular warning. Republican Rep. John Shimkus of Illinois … Continue reading

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Cool it?

The new global warming documentary, Cool It opens today. It’s based on the 1998 book, The Skeptical Environmentalist and 2007′s Cool It: The Skeptical Environmentalist’s Guide to Global Warming, both by Danish economist Bjørn Lomborg. This film by Academy Award-winning … Continue reading

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Another opportunity

We believe that ChangeSurvive.com is the perfect vehicle for this message. For over 40 years, the government, and the people, of the U.S. have ignored one opportunity after another to change our addiction to oil. The OPEC oil embargo in … Continue reading

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