Climate Videos - LinksLast Updated on 2016-07-30 11:58:53Videos: Global Warming / Climate Change
also great audio presentation LINKS
U. S. National Academies:
America's Climate Choices
Great introductory video
Conclusion of Copenhagen Address (2009)
Latest Climate Trends (2009)
Averting Climate Crisis (2006)
Prof. James Hansen:
Urgency of the Climate Crisis
20 Years of Climate Concerns
65 Million Years of Climate History
Prof. Stephen Schneider:
"Science as a Contact Sport: Inside the Battle to Save Earth's Climate"
Climate Science Expert Credibility
Certainty, Insurance, Media, and Special Interests
Dr. Michael Oppenheimer:
Dr. Rajendra Pachauri (IPCC)
Talk at the Bright Green Climate Forum in... More »
The Contrarians? Full article with referencesLast Updated on 2015-09-07 11:42:05
AKA climate science deniers or climate "faux" skeptics spread disinformation about climate and try to prevent responsible climate risk management. Information for this rather comprehensive article is drawn from the many sources and links in the text.
Who are the contrarians?
What is the contrarian Agenda?
What do contrarians Say about global warming? [The "Four Fallacy Trenches"]
What about Real Scientific Skepticism and contrarians?
What are some Contrarian Tactics and Fallacies?
What about "fringe" contrarian ideas?
Aren't there some contrarians with credentials who disproved mainstream climate science?
ANSWER = NO
The Tobacco Analogy
What do contrarians misunderstand about climate Risk Management?
or WHY CONTRARIANS ARE CLIMATE RISK... More »
National UU Action Needed to Defend the EPALast Updated on 2014-04-27 05:24:31The attached statement, "National UU Action Needed to Defend the EPA", developed by the UU-UNO Climate Change Task Force and Climate Advisory Group, is below. It is critical that we support the Environmental Protection Agency in their actions to counter global warming / climate change risks. To send a message supporting the EPA to your Representatives and Senators, CLICK HERE TO SIGN THE PETITION.
EPA UU Alert Final click above link if streaming error occurs
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Carbon Tax Bill introduced by Rep. StarkLast Updated on 2014-04-11 21:04:00Stark Introduces Carbon Tax Bill to Reduce Emissions, Deficit
CBO Says Carbon Tax is Most Economically Efficient Way to Cut Carbon Emissions
WASHINGTON October 24, 2011 - Congressman Stark (D-CA) announced the introduction of the Save Our Climate Act, H.R. 3242. This legislation would levy a carbon tax on fossil fuels in order to reduce our dependence on foreign oil, spur development of alternative energy, protect consumers from rising energy costs, mitigate climate change, and reduce our deficit.
The Carbon Tax Center estimates that over 10 years, the Save our Climate Act would raise more than $2.6 trillion in revenue and reduce carbon emissions by 25 percent. Over several decades, the legislation will reduce the United States' carbon emissions to 80 percent below the country's emissions levels in 1990, which is the level scientists say must be achieved to stabilize our... More »
Department of Defense Acknowledges Risks of Climate ChangeLast Updated on 2014-03-07 05:44:41IS CLIMATE CHANGE A NATIONAL SECURITY THREAT?
THE U.S. MILITARY AND MILITARY EXPERTS SAY YES!
2014 Quadrennial Defense Review
Video on the military aspects of climate change - Watch it!
The Waxman-Whitehouse letter on National security and climate change
Climate Risks Relevant to Speech by John Kerry (by Climate Nexus)
2010 Quadrennial Defense Review
2014 QUADRENNIAL DEFENSE REVIEW
Full text is HERE. Quotes from the review are below:
"The impacts of climate change may increase the frequency, scale, and complexity of future missions, including defense support to civil authorities, while at the same time undermining the capacity of our domestic installations to support training activities."
"Climate change poses another significant challenge for the United States and the world at large. As greenhouse gas emissions increase, sea... More »
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