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Environment Technology

Is Renewable Energy a Partisan Issue, one that Democrats should like and Republicans should reject?

Posted by admin on June 30, 2012 in Renewable Energy with 12 Comments

Seems like this is the case. Why would Republicans act like Renewable Energy is bad? Is it because the Republican Party (and Democrats too) are serving the Petroleum & Nuclear Industries, because those industries are financing their campaigns? Why would you approach Renewable Energy like it is bad out of some displaced loyalty to your party? Have you ever really investigated RE for yourself?

Republicans feed their Big Oil Billionaires first – this is their only real rule. The rest of their story is bullsh*t.

What do the proponents of global warming consider normal climate change?

Posted by admin on June 30, 2012 in Global Warming with 8 Comments

The climate has changed for billions of years.
It’s been much hotter and much colder.
The temperature has gone up and down slower and faster.
There has been much more and much less CO2 in the atmosphere.
The CO2 has increased and decreased at slower and faster rates as well before humans exsisted.
Also other planets in the solar system are changing at the same rate as earth.

Why is it any different now?

How can this be attributed to humans when this has all happend even before Humans were here?

It seems that the so called environ"MENTAL" crowd should be behind global warming, if it’s going to be as bad as they say. All of the catastrophy that they claim will happen
will only result in a reduction of population, a key component in there argument to stop global warming.

And if the debate is over, do the proponents of global warming/Climate change, understand they have lost?
So the whats normal change?
The Younger Dryas even changed by 10 to 18 degrees in approximately 10 years and then changed back.
But mankind couldn’t have had any effect at the time.
And patrick is right, scientists know nothing about Climate change so how can it be said the debate is over?

Here is truth about Global Warming:

Global warming is one-half of the climatic cycle of warming and cooling.
The earth’s mean temperature cycles around the freezing point of water.
This is a completely natural phenomenon which has been going on since there has been water on this planet. It is driven by the sun.
Our planet is currently emerging from a ‘mini ice age’, so is
becoming warmer and may return to the point at which Greenland is again usable as farmland (as it has been in recorded history).
As the polar ice caps decrease, the amount of fresh water mixing with oceanic water will slow and perhaps stop the thermohaline cycle (the oceanic heat ‘conveyor’ which, among other things, keeps the U.S. east coast warm).
When this cycle slows/stops, the planet will cool again and begin to enter another ice age.

It’s been happening for millions of years.

The worrisome and brutal predictions of drastic climate effects are based on computer models, NOT CLIMATE HISTORY.
As you probably know, computer models are not the most reliable of sources, especially when used to ‘predict’ chaotic systems such as weather.

Global warming/cooling, AKA ‘climate change':
Humans did not cause it.
Humans cannot stop it.

what can an individual do for environment protection?

Posted by admin on June 30, 2012 in Environment Protection with 2 Comments

1) Don’t litter.
2) Recycle as much as you can.
3) Reduce your fuel spending by combining trips.

Are you ready for Clean Energy now, Chevron just released 400 Barrels of oil in a leak in Salt Lake City?

Posted by admin on June 30, 2012 in Clean Energy with 17 Comments

How many more, before everyone understands that we must put this country on a path to Clean Energy.

We should have been on the fast track to making/using clean energy years ago, along with high speed railways.

Renewable Energy fueled by the Ocean!

Posted by admin on June 28, 2012 in Renewable Energy with 25 Comments

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Global Warming Linked to Extreme Flooding Along Jersey Coast

Posted by admin on June 28, 2012 in Global Warming with No Comments

New Jersey’s 127 miles of coastline has been considered one of the most desirable places to live in the Garden State with land and property values in the shoreline counties totaling $106 billion. But it’s the shoreline that’s considered one of the most susceptible to storm damage, and the damage may be even greater because of Global Warming. For more New Jersey news, visit NJ Today online at http://www.njtvonline.org/njtoday/.

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Silbermond Interview (Environmental Protection)

Posted by admin on June 28, 2012 in Environment Protection with 24 Comments

Silbermond talks about environmental issues and says hello to the participants of the TUNZA International Youth Conference 2007.

The Tunza International Youth Conference is a global youth forum of the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP).
2007 the conference is held in Leverkusen, Germany, the headquarters of UNEP’s long-term partner – Bayer AG.

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Rio+20 Corporate Commitments; HP & NASCAR Team Up; Smokey Robinson Cause Alarm – CSR Minute 6/26/12

Posted by admin on June 28, 2012 in Clean Energy with No Comments

At Rio+20, the UN received 692 individual commitments from governments and companies totaling $513 billion dollars in pledges for sustainability projects. Microsoft, Coca-Cola, PepsiCo, and Bank of America were among those making significant commitments. The pledges also included Clean Energy strategies from more than 50 governments and $50 billion dollars from private investors as part of the UN’s Sustainable Energy for All program.

HP Enterprise Services and NASCAR have announced the NASCAR Fan and Media Engagement Center, a resource that will facilitate immediate response to traditional, digital, and social media. The Center will leverage HP’s information management and analytics, and social media business offerings to enable NASCAR to engage leading media channels in real time.

Motown legend Smokey Robinson has launched Smoke Alarm, which he describes as “a social media-based emergency broadcast system for causes.” Partnering with ad agency Crispin Porter & Bogusky and David Clark, the idea is to create a “cause swarm” as people contribute to specific causes activated by hitting “send” on a “Smoke Alarm” from Robinson’s Twitter account.

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When is the renewable energy boom going to be?

Posted by admin on June 28, 2012 in Renewable Energy with 1 Comment

I want to know when the Renewable Energy boom will likely happen, in what year and when I should consider buying into their stocks with options?

so you want us to predict the future for you?

What is global warming going to do to us besides just make the weather warmer?

Posted by admin on June 28, 2012 in Global Warming with 17 Comments

Like, whats going to happen when Global Warming is complete? (besides warmer climate), and when will it be complete or like really bad?

And one more, what my family and I do at home to use less energy?

There will be many effects. Increased temperatures cause water to evaporate and form clouds more quickly, which will then rain more quickly. This will concentrate more rainfall in fewer places, causing floods in some areas and droughts in others. That’s one example.

These changes in precipitation will cause problems for plants which are adapted to the current climate. We’ll have to adjust as much as possible, growing crops in different areas than they’re grown now.

Various species will also have to adjust to the changing climate. Many will not be able to adjust rapidly enough, and will go extinct. This will cause serious problems in their ecosystems.

Increased temperatures also cause water to expand, which contributes to rising sea levels. Also contributing to this are melting land ice, mainly on Greenland and Antarctica.

As more ice melts, the planet will become less reflective (ice reflects sunlight, dark oceans absorb it). This will cause the planet to become even warmer. There is also large amounts of carbon trapped in bogs beneath the permafrost, which is now melting. If this carbon is released into the atmosphere, it will cause even further warming.

Etc. etc. Lots of bad stuff.

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