Neil Leary on February 17th, 2010

A frequent refrain of many who dispute evidence of human caused climate change is that the climate stopped warming in the late 1990s. Some even assert that the planet is now cooling and that this disproves the mainstream scientific view that, by increasing the concentrations of greenhouse gases in the atmosphere, humans are warming the […]

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leek on December 9th, 2009

The Policy group is working to organize an event for The Future Generations event tomorrow.  We hope to reserve a booth in order to both further our video research and give US youth the ability to write to their representatives back home to support the passage of new climate bills. The conference is such a […]

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Bettina Cerban on September 28th, 2009

The difference between my position on environmental issues and my mother’s is that, beyond knowledge on the scientific aspects of climate change, I am aware that the political decisions that determine whether we face this problem head on, or cross our arms and whine about lost innocence (and income), are being made now.

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rothrocop on September 28th, 2009

Arguing with a global warming skeptic in a dance club was extremely frustrating. It would not have been my first choice of venue to entertain such a complicated discussion. As an environmental activist, I feel that it is important to try to convince even the most skeptical people of the upcoming plight that humanity will […]

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munnd on September 28th, 2009

LET IT BE KNOWN—humans have had an increasingly significant role in changes to the Earth’s climate. But really, how could we not? With industrialization and development, lifestyles/cultures that favor individualism and consumerism, and an increasing populace demanding their share of the energy sector—all within the past few hundred years—how could changes not take place? Indeed, […]

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