I've been quite disappointed in Obama's performance on the environment, the climate change crisis and renewable energy. But when comparing Romney's energy plan with Obama's accomplishments, there really is no contest.   In his second term, Obama may be less  hindered...
The timing of the Washington DC April 29th climate march is crucial. This will be viewed as the boldest and most important climate mobilization ever. Much has changed since the mass mobilization resulting from the 2014 People’s Climate March centered...
Franke James' Banned on the Hill Campaign has the potential to not only embarrass the Harper Government but also add another nail in the coffin of the Conservatives who have been plagued by scandals, corruption, lies, criminal investigations and...
What gives me climate hope for 2019 is the emergence of youth and women in the climate movement. They bring passion and emotional power to the forefront.
In two previous articles, I have written with optimism about encouraging trends in global efforts to tackle climate change. In Climate is Back I wrote that "climate is news again" and the shift in public attitudes about putting a price...
I'm pleased to welcome Sam Carana as a Blogger on BoomerWarrior.Org. Sam is a prolific blogger and Editor of ArcticNews. (Editor of BoomerWarrior.Org) Arctic methane:Why the sea ice matters Standard YouTube Licence New film by Envisionation.co.uk Interviews with: James Hansen - NASA, Natalia...
Youth Climate Report 2013 premiered at the United Nations’ COP19 climate summit in Warsaw in November and explores the basic science behind climate change, what’s going on currently and what we can do about it. Whichever camp you’re in, I hope you’ll put...
As the Paris climate summit moves along, signs of the world’s unstoppable shift from fossil fuels to renewables are coming thicker and faster than ever. While fossil fuels fizzle out, renewables are skyrocketing. Following India’s newly launched solar alliance, African nations committed...
Tobacco and fossil-fueled energy have curious parallels. Both have provided users with benefits, both got entrenched in behavior and society, both have grievous unintended consequences. But the story of one is more resolved, to a point. Back in the day...
In this post, Paul Beckwith provides his observations about the global warming path we are on based on the current volume of greenhouse gases already in earth's atmosphere. Our planet is already 0.8°C warmer than in pre-industrial times, and...