Jan Jekielek – The Epoch Times interviews Heartland Institute President Tim Huelskamp at #CPAC 2019 about the importance of fossil fuels to America’s economy and independence, how climate change claims are being used to promote socialism, and why President Trump was right to pull out of the Paris Climate Agreement. Continue reading “Climate Change Claims Used to Promote Socialism [Video]”
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Five of the hottest years on record took place in the last ten years.
Why does that matter to you?
The global temperature rise causes a heat-trapping blanket effect around our planet. Some of the things this causes include ice sheets shrinking, sea levels rising, and ocean acidifying.
But it also destroys habitats around the world where millions of species call home. Climate change is responsible for releasing harmful chemicals into the environment, deforestation, and freeing toxins.
There is still hope, however. Here are six simple actions you can take to help stop climate change.
1. Reduce Carbon Emissions
One of the best ways to reduce climate change is to decrease the amount of fossil fuel we burn every day. One contributor to fossil fuels is car emissions. Look for other alternatives to travel such as:
♦ Public transportation
♦ Riding a bike
2. Recycle Old Electronics
The metals that make up your phone and other electronic devices come from mines. When these precious metals are mined it causes:
♦ Harmful toxins to release
♦ Noise pollution
A great way to curb the effects of mining precious metals is to recycle old electronics. Check out power recycling days in your area or donate your unused electronics to other individuals.
3. Sustainably Shop
When fighting climate change you have to be a responsible consumer. The best way to sustainably shop is to support responsible companies.
When looking for sustainable clothing check out vintage and reusable choices. Some great places to sustainably shop for clothes include:
If you want to sustainably shop for other goods such as:
Check out sustainable palm oil shopping. Non-sustainable palm oil plantations destroy rainforests by burning down trees for new fields and releases massive amounts of fossil fuels.
Use this handy Sustainable Palm Oil Shopping Guide to support sustainable companies ethically producing palm oil.
4. Ask About Local Renewable Energy Options
Check out local green power options that use renewable resources for energy to help lessen the demand for fossil fuels.
Some great renewable energy options include solar, wind, and water. These options allow you to offset some of your home energy costs to help generate more environmentally friendly sources.
5. Use LED Bulbs
LED lightbulbs use up to 90% less energy than traditional lightbulbs. LEDs also use less heat and are safer to use.
If everyone home in the United States used just a single LED in place of an incandescent bulb, it could prevent up to seven billion pounds of carbon pollution every single year.
In 2013 The United States composted and recycled 87 million tons. This pales in comparison to the 254 million tons of trash produced each year.
Refresh yourself on how to properly recycle to help reduce nonessential emissions.
How to Fight Climate Change
There you have it — six simple actions to help fight climate change. You have the tools, now you can change the world.
Remember every little thing helps!
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Eric A. Blair – To hear climate alarmist Greta Thunberg tell it, President Trump pulling the U.S. out of the bogus Paris climate pact was outrageous.
“The fact that the U.S.A. is leaving the Paris accord seems to outrage and worry everyone, and it should,” Thunberg said last month. “But the fact that we’re all about to fail the commitments you signed up for in the Paris Agreement doesn’t seem to bother the people in power even the least.”
But here’s the thing, Greta. The United States didn’t fail on its goals. In fact, it surpassed them by a mile.
According to a new report, the United States reduced its CO2 emissions last year more than any other country. Continue reading “United States Led Entire World In Reducing CO2 Emissions In 2019”
Brian C Joondeph – If the “science is settled” regarding global warming, climate change, extreme weather, or whatever it goes by these days, why are past predictions not more accurate?
Weather forecasting, although frequently off the mark, is usually fairly accurate. If snow is predicted, it typically falls. It may be a few inches more or less than predicted but it isn’t sunny and 80 degrees on a day a major snowstorm is forecast.
Yet climate, which is a longer-term measure of weather, cannot be predicted with any more accuracy than flipping a coin or throwing dice. Let’s look at some past predictions. Continue reading “Climate Predictions – Doubling Down on Stupid”
Niamh Harris – Teen climate activist Greta Thunberg is to be the subject of an upcoming documentary.
The film has been made by a professional crew that just happened to have been following the Swedish sixteen year old since the early days of her school strike.
Thunberg, who started skipping school in 2018 to protest outside the Swedish parliament, has long been promoted as a special needs teen whose mission went ‘viral’ organically.
So, do you still believe that her rise to fame was just an accident?
RT reports: Thunberg, recently crowned Time magazine’s Person of the Year, can add documentary film subject to her burgeoning resumé. Continue reading “Cameras Were Rolling From Day One Of Greta Thunberg’s ‘Viral’ Rise”