Global Warming and Climate Change Talk Drags On, and On, and On… Action Slow to Gain Momentum After 27 years, the global warming debate — whether it is real or not — is dead. The technology needed to slow global warming is here, yet few meaningful steps are being made. The Climate Action R
Everyone who’s anyone in the international community — whether they believe global warming is the greatest threat humanity will face in the next 50 years or they believe the greenhouse effect is a hoax — has been discussing climate change. Everyone, that is, except President Donald Trump.
What is the Definition of Global Warming; what does It Mean for Our Future; what We Can Do about It; and Is there Still Time? Global warming is one of those words that everyone knows, everyone understands the basic definition of, but very few people understand in any detail. Global warming is both a
Combustion Emissions of “Dirty” Fossil Fuels Damage Atmosphere No More than “Cleanest” Fossil Fuel A shift within the boiler industry occurred after the turn of the century. Boilermakers moved away from coal and fuel oils toward natural gas and propane. The biggest reason why, emissions. Pro
The Nature Climate Change Journal Reports Global Temperatures to Rise 3.6 Degrees Fahrenheit by Next Century Global warming is a nebulous term. Few scientists can provide a layman’s definition of the concept. Even fewer are confidently predicting the consequences of global warming. But around
Merely a Coincidence or Hurricanes Irma, Harvey, and Maria Solar Eclipse Corollaries? Though there may be a causal relationship between the recent natural disasters — two category five (5) hurricanes hitting the Southern United States in the span of a little more than a week and a historically vio