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Columbia Climate Law Finds 200 Cases of Trump Throttling Science in Government

Columbia Climate Law Finds 200 Cases of Trump Throttling Science in Government  On the website columbiaclimatelaw.com/resources/silencing-science-tracker/ Columbia Law senior fellow Romany Webb has compiled Trump’s silencing of science in all of his executive departments and agencies.  The site is called … Continue reading

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Climate Science Opposition has Gone PR

Climate Science Opposition has Gone PR The Republican Oilgarch enrichers have gone PR using Basic American Values.  Instead of defeating decades of highly technical science observations and climate models with a snowball from Hell, they have hired PR professionals.  Of … Continue reading

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World Populations and Climate Change

World Population and Climate Change A positive article appeared on the world population peaking, and easing back down.  Of course, it depends on women achieving jobs, education, and the right to chose about children.  It is also a result of … Continue reading

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UC Irvine “Fire and Ice” Climate Conference Websites

Fire and Ice Conference Websites Instead of failing to cover the Fire & Ice conference in any detail, I thought that I would just give the interesting websites mentioned during the conference, and some for the speakers. The Keynote speaker … Continue reading

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Warming by 2100 for Leading US and World Cities

We exploit the new availability of climate warming predictions by one degree map boxes to look at the warming by year 2100 of US and World cities.  The website is Carbon Brief of the United Kingdom:    carbonbrief.org  The four … Continue reading

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Looking at Air Pollution from its Shortening of Life Expectancy

Looking at Air Pollution from its Shortening of Life Expectancy Environmentalists at the University of Chicago have done a worldwide study of the effects of air pollution on lowering life expectancy in all nations, and in key regions within nations.  … Continue reading

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Introduction to the Planets Mercury, Venus, and the Earth by Dennis Silverman

Introduction to the Planets Mercury, Venus, and the Earth by Dennis Silverman For the OLLI course “Introduction to the Solar System”. SC215, on December 6, 2018. intro slides Mercury(1) Venus(1) Planet Earth

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Climate Action Shorts

Climate Action Shorts Monday at 4 PM on YouTube, Facebook and Twitter will be the Climate Town Hall on the West Coast, PST.  This will be on C-SPAN2 at 7:45 PM – 9:15 PM PST.  Monday at 6 PM starts … Continue reading

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