I strongly suspect that there is only one true Revolution possible for the human species - past, present, future. And the only time it ever has been tried, to my knowledge, is for several decades during and after the life of Jesus. That Revolution? Lived, total, solidarity with the Global Neediest (human and non-human species). "The Golden Rule is to steadfastly refuse to have what millions cannot have," is how Gandhi said it. "Do unto others ALL that you would have them do unto you," is how Jesus Lived it, and how He or his followers, said it.

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Posted: 18 Jan 2013 08:14 PM PST
The Atlantic Heat Waves, Storms, Flooding: Climate Change to Profoundly Affect US Midwest ... Science Daily (press release) - ‎45 minutes ago‎ "Climate change impacts in the Midwest are expected to be as diverse as the landscape itself. Impacts are already being felt in the forests, in agriculture, in the Great Lakes and in our urban centers," said Scavia, director
Posted: 18 Jan 2013 08:07 PM PST
Climate Change Hits the Mississippi River Daily Beast - ‎9 hours ago‎ Here on the east coast, global climate change means earlier springs. Who can object to that? But elsewhere, the costs are harsher. NYT Leaves Readers High and Dry on Causes of Mississippi DroughtFAIR (blog) See realtime coverage »
Posted: 18 Jan 2013 08:01 PM PST
» CBS News Severe droughts in Amazon linked to climate change, says study CBS News - ‎5 hours ago‎ The prolonged drought, which began in 2005, has caused widespread damage to the area and may possibly be a sign that the rainforest is showing the first signs of large-scale degradation due to climate change. A research team, led by NASA's Jet ... signs of
Posted: 18 Jan 2013 04:37 PM PST
Extinction of river dolphin: What does it mean for the Yangtze River?People's Daily OnlineThe extinction of river dolphin indicates the deteriorating environment and ecology of the Yangtze River. The disappearance of creatures in the river denotes the end of the river itself. The research aiming to find out the reasons of the decreasing ...See all stories on this topic »
Posted: 18 Jan 2013 04:33 PM PST
5 reasons natural gas won't save usSalonBy Tara Lohan, Alternet If you're hoping the natural gas boom means we've ... but it still may be a significant contributor to global warming pollution ...
Posted: 18 Jan 2013 04:26 PM PST
Car Exhaust Pollution World’s Fastest Growing Cause Of Death Posted: 14 Jan 2013 07:11 AM PST A new study has found that, on top of all the other manner of ways our cars are trying to kill us, the pollution they emit is now one of the fastest growing causes of death in the world.
Posted: 18 Jan 2013 04:25 PM PST
“Less Carbon, More Jobs” — Clean Energy Economic Development In 3 States
Posted: 18 Jan 2013 04:22 PM PST
U.S. ‘Climate Assessment Reveals The Full Horror Of What’s Happening To Our Planet’
Posted: 18 Jan 2013 04:19 PM PST
Bengali Forests Are Rapidly Disappearing, Research Finds Posted: 13 Jan 2013 02:10 AM PST The rapid deforestation of the Sundarbans Mangroves is expected to intensify as human development in the area continues and climate change worsens, according to a new report from the Zoological Society of London. This will result in the extinction of a great many plants and animals,
Posted: 18 Jan 2013 04:15 PM PST
Deep In Canadian Lakes, Signs Of Tar Sands PollutionNPRCanadian researchers have used the mud at the bottom of lakes like a time machine to show that tar sands oil production in Alberta, Canada, is polluting remote regional lakes as far as 50 miles from the operations. An increasingly large share of U.S ...See all stories on this topic »NPR Canadian oil sands pollute nearby lakes. Report is
Posted: 18 Jan 2013 04:05 PM PST
Climate Assessment Warns Of Devastating 9°-15°F Warming Over Most Of U.S. Posted: 11 Jan 2013 02:34 PM PST The rule in Washington, DC is if you want to bury news, release it late on a Friday afternoon. So one can only assume the climate silence crowd prevailed in the release this afternoon of the draft U.S. Climate Assessment. Perhaps it’s this chart they don’t want folks talking about,
Posted: 18 Jan 2013 03:53 PM PST
Ford EVs Spark A Revolution Linking Homes To Cars Posted: 09 Jan 2013 01:31 AM PST There they go again. Ford, the same car manufacturer that touched off a revolution in car ownership with the Model T more than 100 years ago, has just announced a new collaboration called MyEnergi Lifestyle®, which promises a whole new ownership concept based on electric vehicle technology. In
Posted: 18 Jan 2013 03:50 PM PST
Coal Export Resistance Solidarity Actions by WIRT In early May 2012, police arrested 13 concerned British Colombia residents along with scientists, when they blocked four Wyoming coal export trains (350.org photo). As the environmental impact statement (EIS) scoping period for the
Posted: 18 Jan 2013 03:39 PM PST
Off-The-Charts Heat Wave Brings Australia Its Hottest Average Temperature And New Map Colors For Temps Above 122°F! Posted: 08 Jan 2013 08:44 AM PST Global warming has given new meaning to “off-the-charts” heat wave in Australia. The Sydney Morning Herald reports: The Bureau of Meteorology’s interactive weather forecasting chart has added new colours – deep purple and pink – to extend its
Posted: 18 Jan 2013 03:29 PM PST
Why Bark Beetles are Chewing Through U.S. ForestsClimate CentralThe conifer forests of the North American west have been under a massive assault over the past decade by bark beetles: one species alone, the mountain pine beetle, has killed more than 70,000 square miles' worth of trees, equivalent to the area of ...See all stories on this topic »
Posted: 18 Jan 2013 03:27 PM PST
West African lions on verge of extinction, report saysThe GuardianIt is known for its vibrant culture, oil wealth and huge human population, but few people associate Nigeria with lions. Now a report says the almost forgotten species of west African lions found in countries such as Nigeria are on the verge of ...See all stories on this topic »
Posted: 18 Jan 2013 03:13 PM PST
High costs and poor policy delaying Carbon capture technology – IEAResponding to Climate Change“For the IEA, carbon capture and storage is not a substitute, but a necessary addition to other low-carbon energy technologies and energy efficiency improvements,” Juho Lipponen, head of the IEA Carbon Capture and Storage Technology Unit said.See all stories on this topic »
Posted: 18 Jan 2013 03:22 PM PST
How U.S. Biofuel Policy Is Destroying Guatemala's Food Supply ThinkProgressA new report in The New York Times highlights how biofuel policy in the United States and Europe has produced a rolling food catastrophe in Guatemala. The country once enjoyed a nearly self-sufficient level of corn production, but domestic producers ...See all stories on this topic » As Biofuel Demand Grows, So Do
Posted: 18 Jan 2013 03:08 PM PST
Seems hugely low... $240/ton at the LEAST unless conclusive evidence to the contrary, however, interesting - Carbon price of $30 needed to avoid 2°C climate targetResponding to Climate ChangeRiahi told RTCC their research indicates a $30 price signal would give a 60% chance of limiting warming below the agreed UN limit of 2°C warming above ... Delaying Climate Action To Later Is More Costly:
Posted: 18 Jan 2013 03:08 PM PST
China, Inc. Locked In on World Solar, Wind Manufacturing Domination China’s Largest Solar Power Farm Approved China Continues to Dominate Global Renewable Energy Market Chinese President Looks To Cut Energy Consumption
Posted: 18 Jan 2013 02:51 PM PST
Cryogenic Wind Farms May Be On The Way
Posted: 18 Jan 2013 02:49 PM PST
Solar Electricity Now Under Half The Cost Of Grid Power For Australian Households Posted: 07 Jan 2013 01:34 PM PST Over the holiday season, I asked one of our dedicated readers, a solar energy expert from Australia, a few questions about the solar situation in Australia. What I got in return was a full post! Check it out:
Posted: 18 Jan 2013 03:22 PM PST
Sea Levels Could Rise Substantially More Than Previous IPCC Reports Have Predicted Posted: 07 Jan 2013 12:54 AM PST The seas of the world could rise substantially more in the future than has been previously predicted in IPCC reports. This is primarily because the the Greenland and Antarctic ice sheets are likely going to melt considerably more than was previously estimated by
Posted: 18 Jan 2013 03:22 PM PST
New research questions climate benefits of natural gasTheTyee.caPowering western society with natural gas instead of coal has immediate ... At that rate, gas may actually accelerate dangerous global warming faster than ...Study: Natural Gas No Bridge to Zero Fossil Fuel FutureStateImpact PennsylvaniaProponents of natural gas tout new shale deposits, ... when lowering emissions to halt climate
Posted: 18 Jan 2013 02:43 PM PST
Major Cuts to Surging Carbon Dioxide Emissions Are Needed Now, Not Down ...Science Daily (press release)Jan. 7, 2013 — Halting climate change will require "a fundamental and disruptive overhaul of the global energy system" to eradicate harmful carbon dioxide emissions, not just stabilize them, according to new findings by UC Irvine and other scientists.See all stories on this topic »



 

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