Big climate report: Warming is big risk for people

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  • David Mulberry posted at 5:03 am on Fri, Mar 28, 2014.

    David Posts: 84
  • David Mulberry posted at 7:08 pm on Thu, Mar 27, 2014.

    David Posts: 84


  • David Mulberry posted at 6:59 pm on Thu, Mar 27, 2014.

    David Posts: 84


    I hope this comes through..it is from the cofounder of greenpeace saying there is no evidence of man caused global warming

  • David Mulberry posted at 6:45 pm on Thu, Mar 27, 2014.

    David Posts: 84


  • Philip Taccetta posted at 9:47 am on Mon, Mar 24, 2014.

    PhiltheElder Posts: 190

    Couple the greed of the fossil fuel industry and their ability to "influence " politicians through the existing "corporations are people" campaign financing, toss in the deniers - sorry to say it, but this planet is screwed - we're past the "tipping point".

  • Thomas Carlson posted at 9:01 am on Mon, Mar 24, 2014.

    Thomas Carlson Posts: 56

    Let me get this right. Global warming is bearing down on us like a freight train (Sorry, Henry, it won't be a good thing) and meanwhile, New Mexico is enabling oil and gas extraction via fracking so that there will be more short-term profits for fossil-fuel investors and more income for the state coffers.

    Are we all living in some kind of bubble? This makes no sense whatsoever. We need to get unhooked from the boom-or-bust fossil-fuel energy drug and start investing things that actually have a future.


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