Post Carbon Newsletter - Heat and Hype
1. xl bad boyfriend
2. latest publications
3. fellows in the press
4. energy bulletin picks
5. transition us update
"The last twelve months have been the hottest since record keeping began in 1895, according to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. The severe drought and record high temperatures may finally be putting climate denial to bed: Earlier this month ExxonMobil CEO Rex Tillerson effectively acknowledged the climate reality (though claimed that humans would be fine and simply adapt), and Richard Muller, a well-known climate skeptic, broke rank in a New York Times op-ed to state that he was a "converted skeptic."
And yet new spills, renewed pressure to approve the Keystone XL pipeline, growing hype over unconventional oil and gas, and frightening signs that geo-engineering may become the strategy du jour all point to the continued stranglehold our fossil fuel dependence has on our way of life.
For insight and a call to action, read on...
xl bad boyfriend
fellows and advisers in the press
energy bulletin highlights
transition US update
A monthly update from the US national hub of the international Transition movement.
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