What do you do once you know? The question is 'What do you do once you know'? How do you silence that uncomfortable, inconvenient but compelling urgency that lurks in the back of your mind, telling you that it's time...
Stephen Leahy is a regular contributor to Below2°C. In this article he exposes the staggering costs of a warming planet. Climate change is happening right now, impacting our daily lives and our national economies. Yet, in spite of the...
"The methane/CO2 issue in the Tundra and the methane ice is a big issue since it has 20 times the warming effect that CO2 has once released to the atmosphere", says inventor Patrick McNutty during an interview with Dorsi...
The second Presidential candidate debate is turning out to be the most important day of the campaign for Obama – it’s D-Day. After a poor performance during the first debate, he now faces the crucial task of pivoting the momentum...
Sam Carana returns to BoomerWarrior with this article previously posted on the Arctic News Blog (Editor ~ Rolly Montpellier) How well is Earth's orbit around the sun positioned within the boundaries of the habitable zone? The illustration by the Wikipedia image on the right...
What Did You Do Once You Knew It's 3:23 in the morning, and I'm awake because my great, great, grandchildren won't let me sleep. My great, great, grandchildren ask me in dreams What did you do, while the planet was plundered? What did...
Passivity, in a time of crisis, is complicity. It is a moral failure. Crises demand that we actively engage; that we rise to the challenge; that we do our best...Climate change is a crisis, and it requires a crisis...
Message from Bill McKibben - A New Day is Dawning in Canada This post is drawn from an email message from Bill McKibben to friends and people concerned about the survival of future generations. Canada has been a "huge obstacle in the global...
I'm pleased to welcome Kevin Hester as a new contributor to BoomerWarrior.Org. Kevin lives near Auckland, New Zealand. He believes that "abrupt climate change will lead to the end of most if not all complex life on this planet." The crisis...
According to the United Nations, desertification and drought affected one third of the planet surface and over 1.5 billion people globally in 2012. In the following post, Ellen Moyer writes about the California drought. (Rolly Montpellier ~ Editor for...