I heard about that, and it would displace millions of Indians and Chinese. No wonder the Defense Dept is seriously concerned with climate change.
Actually, he's worked with China to reduce both US and China emissions.
No offense RFH, but when it comes to climate science I'll listen to climate scientists. Does that make sense to you?
No, I believe that basing energy policy on my personal fact-based understanding about carbon, is a good idea.
The next time you fire up your SUV to pick up a dozen donuts try and remember that.
She has zero experience in government, and now she wants to run the most important government on the planet. I think I'll stick with Hillary, thank you very much.
I'm sorry you think that.
I guess we'll have to wait for the powerless poor to fix Wall Street.
Ironically, our taxes paid for the interstate highway system and suburban sprawl which led to massive increases in CO2 which will have to lead to ways to reduce CO2.
c) I don't know.
One of the most telling moments in the new documentary film Blood on the Mountain draws from 2008 footage of former Massey Energy CEO Don Blankenship calmly mumbling his replies to numerous questions on mine safety at a hearing. When asked if he knew how many coal miners had died in Massey mines in the eight years since Massey became a publicly traded company, the notorious "dark lord" of the coal industry shook his head and said no. Filmmakers Mari-Lynn Evans and Jordan Freeman allow for a gut-wrenching moment of silence, having methodically chronicled the industry's treadmill of violation-ridden disasters, and then provide the answer: 52 deaths under Blankenship as CEO of Massey Energy.
Unfolding with the plaintive air of an elegy, Blood on the Mountain captures this blatant disregard for the health and lives of coal miners -- and the mountains they call home -- as a timely reminder of the legacy of an essentially outlaw industry and its 150-year reign in West Virginia.
Actually, most houses without power are not under water. So their solar/battery generation would work fine, while those without it will be Mad Maxing it for a few weeks.
Actually habitat destruction kills birds in the billions, windmills only in the millions. House cats kill far more birds than windmills too.
I just bought TAN and FAN.