Category Archives: Ocean Acidification

Trump’s Climate Change Denial Con and His Activities

Trump’s Climate Change Denial Con and His Activities I wrote before, that the plan of the Cons that Trump carries out is to act 100% like the Con is actually true.  I even invented a fictitious book that Trump is … Continue reading

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Environmental Rules Rolled Back by Trump

Environmental Rules Rolled Back by Trump The New York Times has documented 83 environmental rules rolled back or being rolled back by the Trump administration.  It has also noted 10 that have been reinstated by the courts.  We report their … Continue reading

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The Club of Rome World Projections to the Year 2050

“Transformation is feasible”.  “How to Achieve the Sustainable Development Goals Within Planetary Boundaries.” A Report to the Club of Rome from the Stockholm Resilience Center and the BI Norwegian Business School.  They use a model with many development factors to … Continue reading

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Hazardous Climate Change Effects in a Conservative IPCC Report

Hazardous Climate Change Effects in a Conservative IPCC Report The earth’s mean temperature has risen one degree Centigrade or 1.8 degrees Fahrenheit from the pre-industrial age in 1750.  The European and Paris Agreement goal has been only a total 1.5 … Continue reading

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Notes on the Global Climate Action Summit, Day 2

Notes on the Global Climate Action Summit, Day 2 The YouTube video is at https://youtu.be/en9cDvXWPtw This is a long set of notes, but the video is seven hours long. High-Level Thematic Dialogues The Ocean-Climate Challenge Julie Packard, Executive Director of … Continue reading

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Trump’s Sellout of Our Health to Big Coal is Truly Scandalous

Trump’s Sellout of Our Health to Big Coal is Truly Scandalous Trump has put forward an energy plan to the remade Environment Destruction Agency that will not only will not slow climate change, but will condemn us to decades more … Continue reading

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Trump’s EPA and Climate Science

Trump’s EPA and Climate Science Trump just appointed one of the most environmentally dangerous lawyers to become Administrator of the EPA, Scott Pruitt, Oklahoma’s Attorney General. Yet there might be some hopes left. Like the transition team EPA member, Myron … Continue reading

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EPA Director Scott Pruitt vs. the League of Scientists

Update:  Myron Ebell was on the Trump Transition Team to pick the EPA director.  The nominee for Director is now Scott Pruitt, Oklahoma’s attorney general.   Pruitt calls himself the “leading advocate against the EPA’s activist agenda”.   With his detailed knowledge … Continue reading

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Former Secretary of Energy Steven Chu Gives the Reines Lecture at UC Irvine

The 2016 Reines Lecture at UCI by Former Secretary of Energy Steven Chu This is sort of a slide by slide outline of Physics Nobel Laureate Steven Chu’s Lecture at UC Irvine. Not only was the very large Barclay auditorium … Continue reading

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