Death From The Sky? At one time or another, all of us have looked to the sky and noticed the
No one appreciates more than I the necessity to work on legislation even against insurmountable odds. For the past seven years, the Appalachian Communities Health Emergency (ACHE) Campaign, a project of Coal River Mountain Watch, has been pushing one of the single boldest pieces of Climate Change legislation ever introduced in Congress.
RDTdaily’s Tara Devlin joined the “Bradcast” to break down Trump’s “State of the Sh*thole” address with host Brad Friedman, producer Desi Doyen and blogger Dave Johnson from Seeing the Forest.”
President Snowflake adds to the chorus of Republican dufuses publically thumbing their noses at climate science because it’s cold outside.
Authorities are investigating the cause of the biggest oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico since the Deepwater Horizon blowout in 2010.
It’s not an industry we should save. Coal fired plants pump out a ton of pollution – not just carbon emissions. So why are we fighting to keep them?
If the American people, collectively speaking, had enough sense to come in out of the rain, the climate debate-long settled almost everywhere else on earth-would be over.
Other than the increasingly dangerous and more frequent storms thanks to human-caused climate change, there’s nothing more dependable than Republican hypocrisy.
Climate change won’t mean more storms overall — but it probably will mean that that the biggest storms become even bigger!
If climate change simply meant hotter temperatures, that wouldn’t be great—but it would be something we could probably adapt to. But that isn’t what climate change means.