Floridians: if you’re not busy tonight, why not Do The Math?

(these are of course NA dates) Event Title: Do the Math ... If you Love this Planet// Earth Night Gathering Venue: Country Park {Mobile Home} Community Clubhouse Location: Clearwater, FL Start Time: Sunday, April 21, 7:00 PM You can RSVP here: http://act.350.org/event/do_the_math_movie_attend/4678/signup/?t=2&akid=3034.683317.zTETWN     Event Title: "Do the Math" sustainability tour movie at Eckerd College. Venue: Eckerd College Campus at … Continue reading Floridians: if you’re not busy tonight, why not Do The Math?

“Our Greatest Challenge” – Symphony of Science

I first saw this video at Planet 3.0 a fair while ago and have seen it posted again since.  I find it very uplifting despite being a jaded climate blogger of many years.  There are many other science-based music videos at http://www.symphonyofscience.com and I have listened/watch most (all?) of them, but this is the best … Continue reading “Our Greatest Challenge” – Symphony of Science

Plastic Bag Giants Sue Reusable Bag Entrepreneur for Loss of Sales

Watch for more of this kind of stuff as green prducts and technologies grow! And along the same vein, did anyone else note that Saudia Arabia brought up the idea of their being entitled to compensation for lost revenue in any kind of a global oil consumption control agreement? I think this came up at … Continue reading Plastic Bag Giants Sue Reusable Bag Entrepreneur for Loss of Sales

Looking through the wrong end of the climate telescope

Forced climate change causes global warming as a response, not the other way around. We all focus on globally and seasonally averaged mean temperature, and though it is a very coarse measure, there are some justifiable reasons. But as a general focus for those concerned about the human influence on our planetary life support system, … Continue reading Looking through the wrong end of the climate telescope