The next People's Climate March is being organized to protest President Trump's agenda of attacking climate action and promoting fossil fuel development. Climate activist Bill McKibben, wrote in Rolling Stone magazine that the purpose of the People's Climate March was "to show the election didn't cancel physics."
BUILDING THE MOVEMENT CLIMATE FESTIVAL
And AFTER the People's Climate March in DC, come to All Souls UU in DC - hear UU national climate activists. Learn about forming your Climate Action Team and more:
On March 1, 2014 climate patriots set out from Los Angeles, CA, and walked 2,980 miles across America to Washington, DC, inspiring and motivating the general public and elected officials to act now to address the climate crisis. This was the largest coast-to-coast march in American history.
Nature, the science magazine, wrote a scathing editorial in 2011, called Into Ignorance. It describes the increasingly anti-science Republican attitude exhibited in pushing...
The Sabin Center for Climate Change Law at Columbia ULast Updated on 2017-01-29 10:05:32
The Sabin Center for Climate Change Law
The Sabin Center develops legal techniques to fight climate change, trains students and lawyers in their use, and provides up-to-date resources on key topics in climate change law and regulation.
Here are the Sabin Center key activities in 2016
Here is the Climate Deregulation Tracker
Here is the extensive document of CLIMATE CHANGE LITIGATION IN THE U.S.
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Republicans and anti-science ignorance: Nature editorialLast Updated on 2017-01-16 08:09:51Nature, the science magazine, wrote a scathing editorial in 2011, called Into Ignorance. It describes the increasingly anti-science Republican attitude exhibited in pushing their bill to prevent the Environmental Protection Agency from regulating greenhouse-gas emissions, which the agency declared on the basis of reliable scientific evidence to be a threat to public welfare in 2009.
The Science editorial says: "...Republicans on the House of Representatives' energy and commerce committee have made clear their disdain for climate science. At a subcommittee hearing on 14 March, anger and distrust were directed at scientists and respected scientific societies. Misinformation was presented as fact, truth was twisted and nobody showed any inclination to listen to scientists, let alone learn from them."
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