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Climate Policy

Scientific American on Understating Climate Science – Very Important

By climate change, Climate Policy, Climate Reform, climate solutions, communications, Deniers and Delayers, Fairness Bias, global warming, Global Warming psychology, Impacts, Legacy Policy, Oreskes, Policy, politics, Psycho, reticence, Scientific American, understating climate science

Four giant sequoias killed or mostly killed by climate change-caused wildfire. Sequoia National Monument, Black Mountain Grove, Pier Fire 2017. Sequoias don’t normal die in wildfire. When our climate has…

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Nearly Two Billion Dollars Spent on Anti-Climate Science Legislative Lobbying 2000 to 2016

By anti-climates science, bills, Climate Policy, Congress, Deniers and Delayers, fossil fuel industrial complex, fossil fuel organizations, fossil fuels, legislation, lobbying, Policy, politics, The Unexpected

Nearly Two Billion Dollars spent on Anti-Climate Science Legislative Lobbying 2000 to 2016 Robert Brulle at Drexel University reminds us of what makes Congress work, “public opinion is only one,…

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False Balance in the Media Reduces Climate Science Credibility, Oxford English Dictionary

By California, Climate Catastrophes, climate change, Climate Culture, Climate Policy, Climate Reform, communications, credibility, Deniers and Delayers, Extreme Weather, extremes wildfire, fairness balance, false balance, Fire, global warming, Impacts, Media, Messaging, Myths, news, Policy, politics, Psycho, reporting journlism, Strategy, Trump, Uncategorized, What we can do

“Journalists have struggled historically to apply the notion of balance to the reporting of climate change science, because even though the overwhelming majority of the world’s experts agree that human-driven climate change is…

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A Healthy Climate: Isn’t This the Goal?

By Climate Culture, Climate Policy, Climate Reform, climate restoration, climate solutions, communications, Emissions Reductions, Emissions Scenarios, global warming, Healthy Climate, Legacy Policy, Messaging, Negative emissions, Policy, politics, Psycho, Solutions, Strategy

Most of us think a healthy climate will result from emissions reductions. Time and again however, the science says this is not so. The reason? Emissions reduction strategies are about…

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CO2 Capture – We have The Technology

By atmospheric CO2 capture, carbon dioxide capture, Climate Culture, Climate Policy, Climate Reform, climate restoration, climate reversal, climate solutions, CO2 Removal and Sequestration, DAC, direct air capture, Emissions, Emissions Scenarios, Healthy Climate, Legacy Policy, Negative emissions, Policy, politics, sequestration, Solutions, strategies, Strategy

The full-scale prototype above is Global Thermostat’s Menlo Park, CA, atmospheric CO2 capture technology. It’s not mention in the Nature Outlook article, but preliminary numbers show it can remove 1…

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Thirty Years of Warnings: Union of Concerned Scientists 1988

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Thirty Years of Warnings: Union of Concerned Scientists 1988 Thirty years of warnings and very little has changed. Except for a few numbers, this letter from the Union of Concerned…

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