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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.

2.07.2013

02.07.13 AVERTING ECOCIDE - WAR ROOM - Tracking Plan B blog

  •     US Moves Toward Near-Zero Emission Coal-Fired Power Plant. Yahoo
  •     Minnesota Power to convert coal plant to gas. Duluth News Tribune
  •     US power plant emissions drop as coal loses favour. Sydney Morning Herald
  •     NAACP Releases Coal Blooded Report and Toolkit. Clean Energy News
  •     A Manmade Island to Store Wind Energy. MIT Technology Review
  •     Wind Power Breaks Records In Spain — Produces More Electricity Than Any ... CleanTechnica
  •     Every Two Megawatts of Wind Power in Your County Create One Job and Make ...Motherboard (blog)
  •     Novel Designs Are Taking Wind Power to the Next Level Kevin Bullis MIT Technology Review
  •     How Climate Change Impacts America's Energy Infrastructure. World Resources Institute
  •     IMF Chief: 'Unless We Take Action On Climate Change, Future Generations Will ... ThinkProgress
  •     New England climate change results 'dramatic'. Eagle-Tribune
  •     Climate change means catastrophe in UK, not café culture says professor. Telegraph.co.uk
  •     Report: Climate change could devastate agriculture. USA TODAY


Posted: 06 Feb 2013 09:12 AM PST
PennEnergy (press release) US Moves Toward Near-Zero Emission Coal-Fired Power Plant Yahoo! News (blog) - ‎19 hours ago‎ The U.S. Department of Energy announced this week that Phase II of an agreement with FutureGen Industrial Alliance has begun, taking the country one step closer to making commercial-scale carbon capture and storage technology -- and dramatically
Posted: 06 Feb 2013 09:09 AM PST
Finance and Commerce Minnesota Power to convert coal plant to gas Duluth News Tribune - ‎Jan 30, 2013‎ Minnesota Power announced Wednesday it will convert its coal-fired power plant in Hoyt Lakes to natural gas and close one of three coal units at its Taconite Harbor plant on the North Shore as the utility continues a move away from carbon dioxode ... Minnesota
Posted: 06 Feb 2013 09:08 AM PST
San Francisco Chronicle US power plant emissions drop as coal loses favour Sydney Morning Herald - ‎19 hours ago‎ In its second-annual accounting of greenhouse gases, the US Environmental Protection Agency today released details of emissions from about 8,000 factories, power plants and refineries. Two Southern Co. coal-fired power facilities topped the list ...
Posted: 06 Feb 2013 09:07 AM PST
Clean Energy News (blog) NAACP Releases Coal Blooded Report and Toolkit Clean Energy News (blog) - ‎2 hours ago‎ Coal Blooded systematically studies 378 coal-fired power plants nationwide and evaluates each plant in terms of its environmental justice performance - how the plant affects low-income communities and communities of color. This same type of analysis is ...
Posted: 06 Feb 2013 05:24 AM PST
MIT Technology Review A Manmade Island to Store Wind Energy MIT Technology Review - ‎20 hours ago‎ When the wind farm produces excess energy for the local electricity grid, such as off-peak times in the overnight hours, the island will store the energy and release it later during peak times. See realtime coverage »
Posted: 06 Feb 2013 05:23 AM PST
Wind Power Breaks Records In Spain — Produces More Electricity Than Any ... CleanTechnica - ‎4 hours ago‎ Denmark, the US, and Germany aren't the only countries breaking wind power records these days. Spain is also a notable leader seeing strong wind power growth. In fact, it just saw its wind farms produce more electricity than any other source for a 3 ... Spanish Wind Farms'
Posted: 06 Feb 2013 05:21 AM PST
Every Two Megawatts of Wind Power in Your County Create One Job and Make ...Motherboard (blog)
Posted: 06 Feb 2013 05:20 AM PST
KOKH FOX25 Novel Designs Are Taking Wind Power to the Next Level Kevin Bullis MIT Technology Review - ‎8 hours ago‎ The technology is part of a trend that's made wind power almost as cheap as fossil fuels. In 1991, wind power cost 15 cents per kilowatt hour. Wind War in OklahomaKOKH FOX25 Wind-farm efficiency examined at UWWyoming Business Report See realtime
Posted: 06 Feb 2013 05:16 AM PST
World Resources Institute How Climate Change Impacts America's Energy Infrastructure World Resources Institute - ‎15 hours ago‎ As we've seen recently with Hurricane Sandy, epic drought, and wildfires, climate change visibly impacts lives and livelihoods throughout the United States. See realtime coverage »
Posted: 06 Feb 2013 05:11 AM PST
ThinkProgress IMF Chief: 'Unless We Take Action On Climate Change, Future Generations Will ... ThinkProgress - ‎13 hours ago‎ At the World Economic Forum in Davos, she said, “the real wild card in the pack” of economic pivot points is “Increasing vulnerability from resource scarcity and climate change, with the potential for major social and economic disruption.”
Posted: 06 Feb 2013 05:09 AM PST
MPBN News New England climate change results 'dramatic' Eagle-Tribune - ‎7 hours ago‎ “No doubt we've seen some very important changes to the ecological system from climate change,” said Rick Wahle, a research associate professor from the University of Maine. Report: Climate change affects region's wildlifeSan Francisco Chronicle Report: Climate Change Causing Rapid
Posted: 06 Feb 2013 05:08 AM PST
Climate change means catastrophe in UK, not café culture says professor Telegraph.co.uk - ‎59 minutes ago‎ Professor Kevin Anderson, Director of the Tyndall Centre for Climate Change Research, said Government and local authorities are failing to grasp the risks to Britain for global warming.
Posted: 06 Feb 2013 05:06 AM PST
Report: Climate change could devastate agriculture USA TODAY - ‎15 hours ago‎ A comprehensive USDA study concludes rising temperatures could cost farmers millions as they battle new pests, faster weed growth and get smaller yields as climate change continues. farming. The country was battered by the worst drought to hit in more ...

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