Thursday, February 15, 2007

The Best Documentary Since The Inconvenient Truth

An indepth look at climate change and the effects it is already having on our world. This documentary is very nicely done, great quality, and quite informative for those of you intested in finding out more about the rapid changes occuring here on planet earth and what can been done.

This video is about an hour long though so be prepared... and please spread this video to as many people as you can before it is pulled from google video.



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Tuesday, February 13, 2007

Can We Afford To Take The Chance?

It is strange to see so many people still trying to debunk climate change. I mean even if it isn't 100% cause by man shouldn't we still be concerned. Our planet is warming, and that is a fact that no one disputes. There have been more droughts and wildfires... storms have been increasing in intensity, the worlds sea levels will rise if Greenland, the polar ice caps and other glaciers around the world melt. These are the facts, and whether or not it is completely caused by humans should not be what we are focusing on here... we need to begin to develop solutions and fast, I guess I just don't know why this debate is being clouded so much, I mean it really sounds like something everyone should take seriously for our future generations... Watch the next video and you will begin to see some of the major problems that are arising in our ecosystem due to climate change.



For more you can check out this post on polar bears from back in April 2006 or you can see some of our already endagered species here.

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Friday, February 09, 2007

Friday, February 02, 2007

Demand Change From Our Government

With the recent release of the climate report stating that "global warming" is in fact happening and humans are the cause, it is very good to see all of the press that "climate change" is now finally receiving, but will this last? We need to make sure that United States government actually does something about it... It is no secret that we are the #1 producer of greenhouse gases and have the worst environmental policies when it comes to fuel efficiencies standards. We have a President who is an "oil man" himself, and has been caught misleading the American public about climate change... so really what can we do? It is actually quite simple, demand change from our government and do your part... you would be amazed at the power of the people!






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