All that is missing is the demand that the president declare a national emergency (as authorized under the National Emergencies Act of 1976) that explicates the gravity of the situation and proposes the full marshaling of the country’s resources (while we still have them at our command) to bear upon this civilizational crisis. Fat Chance.
Source: “Weather Terrorism:” a National Emergency
CNN’s Nick Paton Walsh looks at the environmental impact of beef, and how human consumption needs to change to reduce global warming.
Source: Beef and climate change, how are they related?
The path out of this nightmare is relatively clear—and communities on the frontlines are leading the way.
Source: Climate Sanity—How We Get There from Here – Progressive.org
This year’s increase in carbon dioxide emissions from fossil fuels and industry is the largest in seven years. CO2 in the atmosphere has hit a new high.
Source: Global warming illustrated: 800,000 years of CO2 in one graph
Renewable energy capacity has hit record levels and global coal use may have already peaked. But the world’s carbon dioxide emissions from fossil fuels increased in 2018, and the trend places global warming targets in jeopardy.
Source: Global carbon dioxide emissions rise even as coal wanes and renewables boom: Fossil fuel emissions have climbed for a second straight year, driven by growing energy use — ScienceDaily