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flyboyUT

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Message Posted: Dec 5, 2013 1:19:22 PM

Shades of 1970 - here we go again.
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>>>Better start investing in some warm clothes because German scientists are predicting that the Earth will cool over the next century.

German scientists found that two naturally occurring cycles will combine to lower global temperatures during the 21st century, eventually dropping to levels corresponding with the “little ice age” of 1870.

“Due to the de Vries cycle, the global temperature will drop until 2100 to a value corresponding to the ‘little ice age’ of 1870,” write German scientists Horst-Joachim Luedecke and Carl-Otto Weiss of the European Institute for Climate and Energy.

Researchers used historical temperature data and data from cave stalagmites to show a 200-year solar cycle, called the de Vries cycle.<<<

So we need to drill for more energy to keep us warm. Will anyone ever admit that trying to predict global weather patterns is futile.
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flyboyUT
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Message Posted: Sep 22, 2014 12:14:05 PM

OMG the world really is ending - we gotta stop them evil Canucks from eating donuts.
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>>>An environmental group has declared that Tim Hortons, a Canada-based multinational purveyor of doughnuts, is destroying Southeast Asian rainforests by refusing to pledge to use sustainable palm oil — instead of palm oil from Big Palm — in its delicious, fried dough confections.
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In response to criticism from environmental groups, Krispy Kreme and Dunkin’ Donuts, two of the biggest competitors Tim Hortons faces in the worldwide doughnut industry, have already agreed to use only palm oil that doesn’t cause deforestation.
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“If Americans can eat deforestation-free doughnuts, what is Tim Hortons waiting for, eh?” added Kevin Grandia, Forest Heroes Canada campaign coordinator.

As the SumOfUs petition notes in an update, however, a just-proposed $12.5 billion acquisition of Tim Hortons by Burger King, the global hamburger company, has complicated efforts to convince Tim Hortons to stop using certain palm oil.<<<

Wouldnt cha know ---- its all and evil plot by Warren Buffet and his capitalist minions......

The new meme - donuts cause glowbull warming......
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flyboyUT
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Message Posted: Sep 22, 2014 12:07:35 PM

Definitive List Of Things Liberals Blame On Global Warming
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1. Polar Vortex
2. Colder Winters
3. California’s Drought
4. The Antarctic’s Sea Ice Boom
5. Ebola Outbreak
6. Syrian Civil War
7. Rape And Crime
8. Sex Slaves And Prostitutes
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How in the world did they miss crabgrass and scaly heels.......
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HotRod10
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Message Posted: Sep 22, 2014 10:18:13 AM

"The year 2012 continues a long-term contrast between the two hemispheres, with decreasing sea ice coverage in the Arctic and increasing sea ice coverage in the Antarctic,"

...except that the supposed "long term contrast" trend turned out to be an anomaly instead of a trend.

Real climate trends are measured over centuries, not a few years or even a few decades, and certainly cannot be accurately defined by picking high points (or low points) for the beginning and end of the time period used as the average to compare a specific year.
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ministorage
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Message Posted: Sep 22, 2014 8:42:29 AM

Hundreds of thousands have descended on New York City to demand putting a stop to men, and capitalism, which will somehow put a stop to THIS.

The social science is settled.
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ministorage
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Message Posted: Sep 22, 2014 12:15:01 AM

"According to a recent study by sea ice scientists Claire Parkinson and Donald Cavalieri of NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center, Antarctic sea ice increased by roughly 17,100 square kilometers per year from 1979 to 2010. Much of the increase, they note, occurred in the Ross Sea, with smaller increases in Weddell Sea and Indian Ocean. At the same time, the Bellinghausen and Amundsen Seas have lost ice. “The strong pattern of decreasing ice coverage in the Bellingshausen/Amundsen Seas region and increasing ice coverage in the Ross Sea region is suggestive of changes in atmospheric circulation,” they noted."

Why did you switch to Antarctic and again bring up the only part of Antarctica - the volcanic West Antarctic Bellinghausen/Amundsen Seas? The reason for the small amount of ice loss in the West Antarctic is well-known - that region is volcanic. In spite of that, according to NSIDC, NASA, NOAA - and satellite data from every other agency around the globe - Antarctica is accumulating RECORD AMOUNTS of sea ice

In spite of all natural occurrences, like volcanism (above), and ocean cycles, sea ice is growing at both poles, and Global Sea Ice Extent is 348,000 sq km ABOVE the 1981-2010 mean.

[Edited by: ministorage at 9/22/2014 12:24:00 AM EST]
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ministorage
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Message Posted: Sep 21, 2014 11:53:48 PM

"All that says is you had a source that says something a little at odds with the source I had, but it doesn't say why only yours is 100% correct."

No, actually, both sources are almost identical. You just want to focus on 2012. 2012 is what it was - an outlier. And there are reasons for it.

No matter what source you want to look at, the phenomenal growth since 2012 is the same. It doesn't matter whether we look at sea ice area, extent, or anomaly - ALL the agencies recorded the same phenomenon.

Like I said, I'll be happy to provide you with more sources, if still you don't believe me.

[Edited by: ministorage at 9/21/2014 11:59:41 PM EST]
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rumbleseat
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Message Posted: Sep 21, 2014 11:49:26 PM

"you obviously didn't bother to click the graphs I provided"

All that says is you had a source that says something a little at odds with the source I had, but it doesn't say why only yours is 100% correct.

According to a recent study by sea ice scientists Claire Parkinson and Donald Cavalieri of NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center, Antarctic sea ice increased by roughly 17,100 square kilometers per year from 1979 to 2010. Much of the increase, they note, occurred in the Ross Sea, with smaller increases in Weddell Sea and Indian Ocean. At the same time, the Bellinghausen and Amundsen Seas have lost ice. “The strong pattern of decreasing ice coverage in the Bellingshausen/Amundsen Seas region and increasing ice coverage in the Ross Sea region is suggestive of changes in atmospheric circulation,” they noted.

“The year 2012 continues a long-term contrast between the two hemispheres, with decreasing sea ice coverage in the Arctic and increasing sea ice coverage in the Antarctic,” Parkinson added. “Both hemispheres have considerable inter-annual variability, so that in either hemisphere, next year could have either more or less sea ice than this year. Still, the long-term trends are clear, but not equal: the magnitude of the ice losses in the Arctic considerably exceed the magnitude of the ice gains in the Antarctic.”
source: earthobservatory.nasa.gov
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ministorage
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Message Posted: Sep 21, 2014 11:49:18 PM

Rumbleseat, HERE is another graph, for perspective, the sea ice anomaly graph from University of Illinois Polar Research Department at Urbana Champagne. It clearly shows September 2012 and September 2007 (after that date the "new norm" and the Arctic death spiral was predicted).

Looking at that anomaly graph it is obvious that September 2007 and 2012 were outliers - not a "new norm". It shows that ice today is very close to where it was a decade ago.

Lastly, it has been pointed out before - and discussed here - that the 2012 drop was tied to an August 1 storm that year that prematurely broke up ice and concentrated it against the Canadian coastline (it didn't just go away). Multi-year ice has gotten thicker since 2011 (also discussed and graphs provided in the past).

I'm not the one dismissing anything about the phenomenon of growth in the Arctic sea ice pack.

[Edited by: ministorage at 9/21/2014 11:52:04 PM EST]
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ministorage
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Message Posted: Sep 21, 2014 11:25:21 PM

"You appear to be dismissing 2012 using details of 2013."

Not at all! In order to make such a statement, you obviously didn't bother to click the graphs I provided - they show very clearly where the ice extent was for 2012, as well as 2013 and 2014.


[Edited by: ministorage at 9/21/2014 11:26:29 PM EST]
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rumbleseat
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Message Posted: Sep 21, 2014 10:40:54 PM

You appear to be dismissing 2012 using details of 2013.

[Edited by: rumbleseat at 9/21/2014 10:41:59 PM EST]
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ministorage
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Message Posted: Sep 21, 2014 10:34:35 PM

NOAA and the NSIDC say that the Arctic sea ice extent at summer minimum is not only within, but is now less than two standard deviations below the 1981-2010 mean (average). Their NSIDC graph shows the TREMENDOUS GROWTH of Arctic sea ice since end of summer 2012 (ice that has refused to melt over the past two summers and continues into winter build-out as multi-year ice).

Here is a graph of the Arctic sea ice extent against the backdrop of the entire satellite record.

NOAA and the NSIDC say that Antarctic sea ice growth at winter max has grown beyond FOUR standard deviations above the satellite mean. shows how much higher the ice extent is this year from 2013 - which had beat all previous records in the satellite period for most sea ice.

Here is a graph of the Antarctic sea ice against the backdrop of the entire satellite record.

Rumbleseat,
Ice has been growing precipitously on both ends of the world for two years (the Arctic began a dramatic growth right from September 2012 to January 2013). If you would like more graphs of Arctic sea ice, from other agencies around the world, I'll be happy to post them. Just ask.
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ministorage
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Message Posted: Sep 21, 2014 10:30:54 PM

"It warranted a correction, not a retraction,..."

I think it warranted a retraction because it was a false statement: "the Arctic experienced a new record summer minimum for ice extent". You talked about a "NEW" record minimum - but the Arctic has a whopping 1.6 million km2 more sea ice at the end of this summer than than 2012 at end of summer. So this year wasn't even close to hitting a record "new" minimum at the end of this summer.

"...and I did the following correction.

"2012 set a record for summer minimum extent in the Arctic. 2013 turns out to have had the 6th lowest on record,""

You neither retracted nor corrected the false statement about a "new record". Instead, you began with the deflective red herring about winter extent and summer extent: "Doesn't change the fact there is a winter maximum, and a SUMMER MINIMUM extent.", and then you made a new statement about the prior two years - never addressing or saying anything about this "new" record minimum you had first claimed. That's what you did.

You also continue to avoid the elephant in the room - that the Arctic Ocean's 2013 summer ice growth was the GREATEST YEAR-OVER-YEAR GROWTH of sea ice for any year on record - 1.6 million square km of ice growth that refused to melt last summer. (But I realize you have previously dismissed that phenomenal growth as not much to talk about - which is an area about 2 times the size of the state of Texas.) The differences between 2012, 2013 and 2014 are clearly visible in this graph, as well as the other years over the past decade.
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rumbleseat
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Message Posted: Sep 21, 2014 9:28:36 PM

Yet no retraction for the claim that "the Arctic experienced a new record summer minimum for ice extent".

It warranted a correction, not a retraction, and I did the following correction.

"2012 set a record for summer minimum extent in the Arctic. 2013 turns out to have had the 6th lowest on record,"

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borsht
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Message Posted: Sep 21, 2014 9:13:37 PM

Give Al Gore a glass of beer and you get all kinds of scientific insight and invention.
First he claimed to have invented the internet, which started as Arpanet when Eisenhower was president.

Then recently he claimed the earth was millions of degrees in temperature, thus an inexhaustible source of geothermal energy.
However, NBC is forcing every one with video to pull it down because of copy rights,
http://newsbusters.org/blogs/noel-sheppard/2009/11/18/al-gore-earths-interior-extremely-hot-several-million-degrees

But as long as he is liberal in his views, anything he says is fine with the modern day liberal.
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ministorage
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Message Posted: Sep 21, 2014 8:52:37 PM

"rumbleseat quipped to oilpan4: "I am sorry that simplification was too cerebral."

Yet no retraction for the claim that "the Arctic experienced a new record summer minimum for ice extent".

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rumbleseat
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Message Posted: Sep 21, 2014 8:44:40 PM

"How much time for weather and how much time for climate?
Or is it up the cherry picker to make that determination?"

I am sorry that simplification was too cerebral.
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ministorage
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Message Posted: Sep 21, 2014 8:04:27 PM

I didn't mean for this to get buried....

Obama’s Own Scientist Runs Cold on Warming – Outs Himself as a Skeptic.

Steven E. Koonin, Undersecretary for Science during Obama's first term, sees "climate science" as a tangle of arrogance, conjecture and dubious methods that cannot withstand the scrutiny of any reasonably sharp mind. His former boss remains an ardent believer.
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ministorage
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Message Posted: Sep 21, 2014 7:56:39 PM

And before that: The spurious and untrue global warming scam was given birth by the Club of Rome in 1991

The First Global Revolution ISBN 0-671-71107-5, from 1991, they wrote, “in searching for a new enemy to unite us [all of humanity], we came up with the idea that pollution, the threat of global warming, water shortages, famine and the like would fit the bill.

All these dangers are caused by human intervention and it is only through changed attitudes and behaviour that they can be overcome.

The real enemy then is humanity itself.”), so that humanity could be blamed, and green taxes could be imposed on hard pressed taxpayers to further impoverish them.

It is a political statement by a politically motivated body, made for political reasons. And if you need to know the basis of the politics, start with Rio in 1992 and Agenda 21
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The People's Climate March is a manifestation of the very real global plan's continuation. Sustainable Development is a term we now see in every local town council and charter. It comes straight from the UN's Agenda 21. The illiterate masses are clueless about what has been happening, and what is happening around them.

[Edited by: ministorage at 9/21/2014 8:02:57 PM EST]
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ministorage
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Message Posted: Sep 21, 2014 7:34:32 PM

A1: "Once again the violent, mindless progressive liberals, socialists and communists commit mayhem in the streets as they push their extremist 'climate agenda' which is really aimed at destroying Western capitalism, economy and culture...

‘BLANK the Police’: Communists, Radicals Spotted Throughout Climate March in New York City Demanding ‘Revolution, Nothing Less’

Remember these wackos when you vote in November and do NOT vote for any progressive liberal Democrat."

The "Peoples' Climate March" was billed as the largest climate protest in the world. It was VERY well organized. Their stated, shared common goal: "Solving the climate [non] crisis." The leaders have convinced the masses of gullible believers that "climate crisis" is what it's about. You're not exaggerating or making it up - after reading through their literature, fixing the non-problem of climate change is not the real goal. The REAL GOAL: System Change and Ending Capitalism. This has been the same goal since the first meeting in 1991.

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Environmental Stewardship Committee of the Metropolitan New York Synod, Evangelical Lutheran Church in America
Ethical Culture Society of Bergen County
Ethical Culture Society of Westchester
Ethical Electric
Ethical Society of Essex County
example
EXP
EyeOpeners Youth Against Violence
FAHSI
Fair Pay Music
Fair World Project
Faith in New York
Faith & the Common Good
Faith &the Common Good (Canada)
Falconworks Artists Group
FamilyKind
FANG (Fighting Against Natural Gas)
Farm Animal Rights Movement
FC-USA: The Football Club for USA Water, Food, Health, Housing and Education | #FC_USA | TheFootballClub.org
FEGS
Fellowship of Reconciliation
Fifth Avenue Committee
Films For Action
First Congregational Church of Montclair
First Unitarian Society of Denver
First Unitarian Universalist Society of Burlington, Vermont
First Unitarian Universalist Wilmington DE
First World
First Zen Institute of America
Florida A&M University Sustainability Institute
Florida Sierra Club
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Food Democracy Now!
Food Freedom Radio AM950
For Our Grandchildren
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ForestEthics
Fort Greene Peace
Fort Tryon Jewish Center
Fossil Free Brown
Fossil Free &Green NY
Fossil Free MIT
Fossil Free RI
Fossil Free UMC
Fossil Free University of Colorado
Fossil Free UW Student Coalition
Fossil Fuel Age Challenge Charitable Org
Frac Sand Industry Awareness in Wisconsin (Facebook media page)
Frack Action
Frack Free Catskills
Frack Free Illinois
FrackbustersNY
Fracktivist.org
Frances Perkins Academy
Franciscan Action Network
Freedom Road Socialist Organization
Freedom Socialist Party
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Friends of Colorado Lagon
FRIENDS OF MELTZER PARK
Friends of the Earth U.S.
Friends of the Earth Georgia
Friends of Van Cortlandt.Park
FukushimaResponse
Fund for Democratic Communities
FUREE (Families United for Racial & Economic Equality)
FXFOWLE Architects
Gandhi Global Center for Peace
Gandhi’s Be Magazine
Ganei Beantown
Gas Drilling Awareness for Cortland County (GDACC)
Gas Drilling awarness Coalition of Luzerne County, Inc.
Generation Waking Up
Georgia Climate Change Coalition
Georgian Court University
Georgian Court University
Germantown Jewish Centre
Get Rich Fighting Climate Change
Global Alliance for Incinerator Alternatives
Global Climate Convergence
Global Environmental Sustainability Action Coalition
Global Exchange
Global Family for Love and Peace
Global Foundation
Global Green USA
Global Kids
Global Movement for the Culture of Peace
Global Network Against Weapons &Nuclear Power in Space
Global Resource Bank
Global Warming Education Network (GWEN)
GlobalGiving
GMO FREE Pennsylvania
GNHUSA
GO VEGAN RADIO
Goddard College
Goddard Riverside Community Center
Gods House TV
Going Green Today and the Do It For DC! Challenge
Golden Ratio Project Foundation
Good Food Jobs
Good Mind Hunting
Good Old Lower East Side, Inc. (GOLES)
Good Old Lower East Side, Inc. (GOLES)
Granny Peace Brigade
Grassroots Environmental Education
Grassroots International
Gray Is Green
Gray Panthers
Great March for Climate Action
Great Old Broads for Wilderness
Greater New Haven Peace Council
Greater New York Labor-Religion Coalition
Greater NYC for Change
Greater Southeast Development Corporation
Green Age World
Green America
Green Builder Media
Green Building Center
Green Century Capital Management
Green City Challenge
Green Decade Newton
Green Drinks EJ
Green Environment Youth Korea
Green Focus Films, LOCAL
Green For All
Green Generations
Green Guerillas
Green GW
Green Hybrid Energy Solutions Inc.
Green Map System
Green Me Locally
Green Mountain Energy Company
Green Mountain Labor Council, AFL-CIO
Green Muslims of New Jersey (GMNJ)
Green Party of Canada
Green Party of Delaware
Green Party of Essex and Passaic Counties/NJ
Green Party of Nassau County
Green Party of NYS
Green Party of Ontario
Green Phoenix Permaculture
Green Schools Alliance
Green Shadow Cabinet
Green Sisterhood LLC
Green Souls of All Souls Church Unitarian, Washington D.C.
Green Train University
Green Vegans
Green Vegans / The New Human Ecology
Green Zionist Alliance
GreenFaith
GreenHomeNYC
GreenHomeYC
GreenLatinos
GreenMicrofinance Global, Ltd.
Greenpeace
GRID Alternatives Tri-State
GrowNYC
GrowthBusters
Guilford Community Church UCC
H. G. Fairfield Arts Center for the Environment Inc.
Habonim Dror North America
Handcrafted Films
Harlem Children Society
Hashomer Hatzair
Hazon
Healing Arts New York
Health Care Without Harm
Health Professionals and Allied Employees
Healthcare NOW NYC
HealthLink
HealthyPlanet
Heat &Frost Insulators Local 12
Hebrew College
Hebrew Union College
Highland Park Human Rights Coalition
Hillel International
H
Hofstra University Sustainability Studies
Holy Trinity Episcopal Church, Inwood
Honest Weight Food Co-op
Horizon UU Environmental Justice Task Force
Howard County Climate Change
Hudson River Presbytery
Hudson River Sloop Clearwater
Hudson Valley Activist Newsletter
Hudson Valley Concerned Citizens
Human Impacts Institute
Humanist Party (NYC)
Humanists and Freethinkers of Fairfield County
Hunger Action Network of NYS
IDEAS For Us
Idle No More SF Bay
iEat Green, LLC
iMatter
Impact Hub NY
Indian Point Safe Energy Coalition
Indigenous Environmental Network
Indigenous Peoples Movement for Self-Determination and Liberation (IPMSDL)
individual
Iniciativa Construyendo Puentes – Redes Latinoamericanas frente al Cambio Climatico
INOCHI / Plutonium Free Future
Insight Meditation Society
Institute for Jewish Spirituality
Institute for Policy Studies
Institute for Social Ecology
Institute of Sacred Activism
Int. Association of Heat &Frost Insulators and Allied Workers Local 12
Intellectual Decisions on Environmental Awareness Solutions
Intellectual Decisions on Environmental Awareness Solutions (IDEAS)
Intelliroof
Interfaith Center of New York
Interfaith Center on Corporate Responsibility
Interfaith Moral Action on Climate Change
Interfaith Power and Light
Interfaith Youth for Climate Justice
InterGenerate
Intergovernmental Climate Sustainable Food Policy Platform
INTERNATIONAL ACCOUNTABILITY PROJECT
International Association of Machinists, Connecticut State Council
International Federation of Business and Professional Women
International Indian Treaty Council
International Labor Rights Forum
International Mahavira Jain Mission
INTERNATIONAL OIL WORKING GROUP
International Planned Parenthood Federation / Western Hemisphere Region
International Preparedness Network
International Socialist Organization
Interreligious Eco-Justice Network
Iowa City Climate Advocates and 100Grannies for a Livable Future
Ironbound Community Corporation
Irthlingz Arts-Based Environmental
Islam & Science
Islamic Circle of North America – New York
Islamic Environmental Group of Wisconsin
Islamic Relief USA
Islamic Society of Central Jersey (ISCJ)
Italian Climate Network
ITRC — International Transformational Resilience Coalition
Jacquelyn
JadeYoga
JALSA – Jewish Alliance for Law & Social Action
JASA
JCC on the Hudson
Jewcology.org
Jewish Climate Action Network
Jewish Climate Campaign
Jewish Community Center of Staten Island
Jewish Community Relations Council of Greater New Haven
Jewish Community Relations Council of New York
Jewish Council For Public Affairs
Jewish Farm School
Jewish Theological Seminary
Jewish Vegetarians of North America
Jewish Voice for Peace
Jewish Without Walls (JWOW)
Jews Against Hydrofracking
Jews For Racial &Economic Justice
Jim Owles Liberal Democratic Club
Jobs With Justice
Judson Memorial Church
Just Food
Just Transition Alliance
Kalamazoo College
Kane Street Synagogue
Kapit Bisig Kabataan Network
Kapiwolf
Karuna Buddhist Vihara
Keep Seminole Beautiful
Kids Climate Action Network
Kids vs Global Warming
Kinnelon Conserves
Kips Bay Neighborhood Association
Kisco Senior Living
Know Drones
Kokokidz
Kol Tzedek Synagogue
Kolot Chayeinu
Konjo Tech Solutions
KULANU
La Mama Experimental Theatre Club
Labor Council for Latin American Advancement
Lakeland Unitarian Universalist Fellowship
Lakota Children’s Enrichment
Land is Life
Laundry Workers Joint Board-Workers United-SEIU
Leadership Conference of Women Religious
League of Conservation Voters
League of Conservation Voters
League of Women Voters
League of Women Voters of New York City
League of Women Voters of New York State
League of Women Voters Pennsylvania
Left Labor Project
Leonard Peltier
LES Ready!
Lexington Global Warming Action Coalition
Line 9 Communities
Little Globe
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Live to Love
Living Landscapes of Charleston
Living Restoration
LJ Leach Movement Arts
LJM Buddhist Society
Local 3, International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers
Local 802 American Federation of Musicians
Local 805 Teamsters
Local Futures
Long Beach Streets NY
Long Island Havurah for Humanistic Judaism
Long Island Progressive Coalition
Long Islanders For Environmental Change (LIFEC)
Loomstate
Los Cerritos Wetlands Land Trust
Louder
Lutheran Peace Fellowship
Madison (Wisconsin) Monthly Meeting of the Religious Society of Friends (Quakers)
Madres por Obama y la Tierra
Mahakailasa Ashram
Maharishi University of Management
Mailman School of Public Health
Maine Unitarian Universalist State Advocacy Network
Make It Right
Make the Road New York
Manhattan Central Medical Society, a local affiliate of the National Medical Association
Manhattan Country School
Manhattan Mennonite Fellowship
Manhattan Young Democrats
Manhattanville College
Marcellus Protest
Mare Liberum / The Free Seas
Marion Institute
Maryland Communities United
Massachusetts Interfaith Worker Justice
Massachusetts Jobs With Justice
Massachusetts Nurses Association
Massachusetts Peace Action
Maysie’s Farm Conservation Center
Meat Free Monday
Meatless Monday
Metro Labor Communications Council of Greater NY
Metro NY Committees of Correspondence for Democracy &Socialism
Metropolitan Waterfront Alliance (MWA)
Mid-Missouri Peaceworks/Missourians for Safe Energy
Migler Windmills
Milk Not Jails
Minisink Matters
Minnesota Interfaith Power &Light
Mishkan Shalom
Missionary Sisters of the Immaculate Conception
MN350
Moishe House Park Slope
Moishe Kavod House
Moms Clean Air Force
Montclair Citizens Climate Lobby
Morningside Heights / West Harlem Sanitation Coalition
Moroccan Youth Climate Movement
Mosaic
Mosaic Outdoor Mountain Club of Greater New York
Mosaic Outdoor Mountain Club of Greater New York
Mother Factor
Mothers Milk Project
Mothers Out Front
Mount Holyoke Climate Justice Coalition
Mountain Justice
Move to Amend
MoveOn.org
Multicultural Resource Center
Municipal Art Society of New York
Music2Life
Muslim Coalition of Connecticut
Muslim Coalition of CT
Muslim Consultative Network
myActions
NAACP
NACCE
NACL Theatre Weather Project
NAFCON – National Alliance For Filipino Concerns
Narberth Civic Association
National Audubon Society
National Domestic Workers Alliance
National Drive Electric Week (NDEW)
National Education Association
National Ethical Service
National Islamic Committee on Scouting (NICS) – Boy Scouts of America
National Jobs For All Coalition
National Lawyers Guild
National Lawyers Guild- NYC Chapter
National Medical Association
National Network for Immigrant and Refugee Rights
National Nurses United
National Organization for Women
National War Tax Resistance Coordinating Committee
National Wildlife Federation
National Writers Union UAW Local 1981
Nationofchange.org
Native Youth Alliance
NATURA SCIENCES
Natural Dharma Project
Natural Resources Defense Council
NC Student Power Union
NE Philly for Peace and Justice
Nebraskans for Solar
Nehar Shalom Community Synagogue
Neighbor to Neighbor
Neighborhoods Organizing for Change
Neighbors Allied for Good Growth
neohasid.org
New Brunswick Islamic Center (NBIC)
New Economy Coalition
New Economy Project
New Energy Economy
New Haven Friends Meeting
New Haven Peoples Center
New Hope United Church of Christ
New Jersey Communities United
New Jersey Environmental Justice Alliance
New Jersey Highlands Coalition
New Jersey Highlands Coalition
New Jersey League of Conservation Voters
New Jersey Sustainable Collegiate Partners
New Jersey Work Environment Council
New Paltz Climate Action Coaltion
New Pioneers for a Sustainable Future, Inc.
New York City Audubon
New York City Breastfeeding Leadership Council
New York City Community Garden Coalition
New York City Labor Chorus
New York City Labor Chorus
New York Coalition for Sustainability in Higher Education (NYCSHE)
New York Committee for Occupational Safety and Health
New York Communities for Change
New York Conference United Church of Christ
New York Environmental Law and Justice Project
New York Hotel and Motel Trades Council
New York Insight Meditation Center
New York Interfaith Power and Light
New York Lawyers for the Public Interest
New York League of Conservation Voters
New York N.Y Eco.Com
New York Passive House
New York Professional Nurses Union
New York Public Interest Research Group
New York Restoration Project
New York Society for Ethical Culture
New York State Breastfeeding Coalition
New York State Council of Machinists
New York State Nurses Association
New York Sun Works
New York Working Families Party
New York Yearly Meeting (Quakers)
New Yorkers Against Fracking
Newark Community Meditation Center
Next City
NJ Friends of Clearwater, Inc.
NJ NAACP Youth & College Div
NJ State Council SEIU
NJ State Industrial Union Council
NJ Vegan Families
NJPIRG Student Chapters
No Impact Project
Nonviolence International
North American Climate, Conservation and Environment
North Carolina Interfaith Power &Light
North Country 350 Alliance
North Jersey Public Policy Network
North Manhattan Neighbors for Peace and Justice
North Shore Waterfront Conservancy of Staten Island, Inc.
Northeast Connecticut Coalition for Peace and Justice
Northeast Organic Farming Association Interstate Council
Northeast Organic Farming Association of Connecticut
Northeast Organic Farming Association of New York
Northwest Bronx for Change
Norwegian Grandparents Climate Campaign
NRG Energy
Nuclear Age Peace Foundation
Nuclear Information &Resource Service
Nuevo Millennoium
Nusantara Foundation
NY4Whales
NYC Breastfeeding Leadership Council
NYC Environmental Justice Alliance
NYC Friends of Clearwater
NYC Medical Reserve Corps
NYC Metro Raging Grannies
NYC War Resisters League
NYCLASS
NYCOSH
NY/NJ Baykeeper
NYS United Teachers, AFT
NYSEC Ethics For Children
NYU Divest
NYU Robert F. Wagner Graduate School of Public Policy
NYU Wagner Alliance for Climate and Environment
Occupy.com
Occupy Falmouth
Occupy Natick
Occupy Regina
Occupy Sandy
Occupy the Pipeline
Oceana
Office and Professional Employees International Union
Office of Peace, Justice and Ecological Integrity, Sisters of Charity of Saint Elizabeth
Ohio University Student Union
Oil Change International
Omega Center for Sustainable Living
Omega Institute
On Behalf of Planet Earth
“On Behalf of Planet Earth”
One Billion Rising
One Earth. One Voice.
One Earth Sangha
ONG Arbre
OpEPA – Organizaci
OptiMiser LLC
Orangutan Outreach
Oregon Physicians for Social Responsibility
Organic Consumers Association
Organic Torah Institute
Organization of Staff Analysts
Orion Magazine
Our Children’s Trust
Our Horizon
OutdoorFest
OwnEnergy, Inc.
Oxfam International
Pace e Bene Nonviolence Service
Pace University Academy for Applied Environmental Studies
Pace University Center for Community Action and Research
Pachamama Alliance
Pacific Northwest Conference United Church of Christ Justice & Witness Committee
Pagan Cluster
Palden Sakya Center
Park Slope Jewish Center
Park Slope United Methodist Church
Parsons The New School for Design
Partnership for Working Families
Paschim Paaila
Passaic Pedal.EA
Pax Christi Metro New York
Pax Christi USA
Peace Action
Peace Action Wisconsin
Peace Advocacy Network
Peaceful City Sangha
PeaceRoots Alliance
Pearlstone Center
Pelican Island Audubon Society
Pemdaas Group
Penn Environmental Group
PennFuture
Pennsylvania Alliance for Clean Water and Air
Pennsylvania Federation Brotherhood of Maintenance of Way Employes Division, Teamsters
People for a Healthy Environment (PHE)
People for Loksatta
People’s Organization for Progress
People’s Puppets of Occupy Wall St
People’s World
PESC
Pet Industry Sustainability Coalition
Philadelphia Neighborhood Networks
Philadelphia Shambhala Meditation Center
Philadephia Jewish Voice
Physicians for a National Health Program – NY Metro
Physicians for Social Responsibility
Physicians for Social Responsibility, New York
Physicians for Social Responsibility, Philadelphia
Pickards Mountain Eco-Institute
PICKUP SOCCER NYC
PICKUP SOCCER YOUTH OUTREACH
Pilgrim Coalition
Pilipino American Unity for Progress, Inc. (UniPro)
Pittsburghers for Public Transit
Plan of Action in a Changing Era
Planet Experts
Planned Parenthood of New York City
Pledge 2 Protect NYC
Plenty International
P’nai Or – Jewish renewal Congregation of Philadelphia
P’nai Or of Portland, Oregon
Polar Bears International
Poor People’s Economic Human Rights Campaign
PopDev, the Population and Development Program at Hampshire College
Popular Resistance
Population Connection
Post Oil Solutions
Pound Ridge Organics
Pratt Center for Community Development
Pratt Institute Programs for Sustainable Planning and Development
Presbyterians for Earth Care
Princeton Muslim Students Association
Princeton Progressives
Professional Staff Congress, AFT
Progressive Democrats of America
Project Hospitality
Project Survival Media
Promoting Enduring Peace
Protect Our Winters
Protect the Adirondacks
Protestant Cooperative Ministry at Cornell University
PSE Healthy Energy
Psychologists for Social Responsibility (PsySR)
Public Citizen
Public Interest Law Center of Philadelphia
PURE Energies
PURE Public Urban Ritual Experiment
Purible
Quaker Earthcare Witness
Queens Community for Cultural Judaism
Queens Community House
QuenchNJ
Quercus
Rachel’s Network
Radical Women
Raging Chicken Press
Raging Grannies of Greater Westerly, RI
Rainforest Action Network
Rainforest Relief
Real Pickles
REALNYS
Reclaim
Reconstructionist Rabbinical College
Reconstructionist Synagogue of the North Shore
Recycle-A-Bicycle
Red Button
Redwood Rabbis
Redwood Rabbis
Redwood Rabbis
Reform Temple of Forest Hills
Refugees International
Religions for Peace
Religions for Peace
Religions for Peace
Renewable New York
Rentah.com
Repair the World
Resource Generation
Responsible Endowments Coalition
Retail, Wholesale and Department Store Union
Revere Environmental Voice
Reverend Billy and the Church of Stop Shopping
(R)Evolution Let’s Change Now
(R)Evolution Let’s Change Now !
Rhode Island Chapter, Citizens Climate Lobby
Rhode Island Student Climate Coalition
Right to the City Alliance
Rimon Resurce Center for Jewish Spirituality
Rincon-Vitova Insectaries, Inc.
Rise Now
Risk and Policy Institute
Riverdale CSA
Riverdale Jewish Center
Riverdale Jewish Community Relations Council
Riverdale-Kingsbridge Coalition for Climate Action
Riverdale Nature Preservancy
Riverdale Yonkers Society for Ethical Culture
Riverkeeper
Riverside Church Beloved Earth Community
ROAR (Religious Organizations Along the River)
Robin Hood Tax Campaign
Rockaway Wildfire
Rockaway Youth Task Force
Rockland Sierra Club
Romemu
Roosevelt Institute | Campus Network
Roseland Against the Compressor Station (RACS)
Rosenthal JCC
Rutgers Presbyterian Church
Sacred Earth Society
Safe &Green Campaign
Saint Columba Church
Saint Peter’s Lutheran Church (Manhattan)
Saint Peter’s University Social Justice Program
Salanter Akiba Riverdale Academy
Salem Alliance for the Environment
San Diego 350
San Francisco Insight
San Francisco Projection Department
San Francisco Zen Center
Sanctuary Asia
Sane Energy Project
Sara D Roosevelt Park Community Coalition
Saunders Hotel Group
Save Barnegat Bay
Save Our Streams PA
Save The Colorado River Campaign
Scaling Change
Scattered Seeds Foundation
Scenic Hudson
Schechter School of Long Island
Seattle 350
Seismologik
Service Employees International Union
Service Employees International Union (SEIU) Local 1000
Shambhala Meditation Center of New York
Share International USA
Shared Value Solutions
She Moves Me
Shield The People
Shir Tikvah
Shorefront YM-YWHA
Shoresh Jewish Environmental Programs
Shut Down Indian Point Now!
SIBU
Sid Jacobson JCC
Sierra Club
Sierra Club Atlantic Chapter
Sierra Club Boston
Sierra Student Coalition
Signal Fire
Sisters of Charity Federation
Sisters of Charity of New York Office of Peace, Justice and Integrity of Creation
Sisters of Mercy
Sisters of St. Joseph, Brentwood New York
Sivananda Vedanta Centres and Ashrams
Sixth Street Community Center
Skyder
Slow Food NYC
Smith Mill Creek Institute
Social Enterprise Program, Columbia Business School
Social Justice Committee of Beth Jacob Congregation
Social Justice Committee of the First Unitarian Universalist Church of New Orleans
Social Justice Committee, Temple Israel of Northern Westchester
Social Venture Network
Socialist Action
Socialist Alternative
Socialist Party USA
Society for the Advancement of Judaism
Solar Energy Association of Connecticut
Solar One
Solidarity
Solidarity of Nations – Achvat Amim
Solutionary School
Somos Patria
South Asians for Climate Justice
South Bronx Unite
South Brooklyn Youth Consortium
South Shore Audubon Society
Southeast Alaska Conservation Council
Southern African Faith Communities’ Environment Institute
Southern Alliance for Clean Energy
Southwest Workers Union
SpeziaViaDalCarbone
Spirit Rock Green Group
Split This Rock
Spokane Rising Tide
Sride
Srijanatmak Manushi Sanstha
St. Edward the Martyr Episcopal Church (Manhattan)
St. Joseph’s College, NY Campus Ministry
St. Michael’s Episcopal Church
Staten Island Long Term Recovery Organization
Staten Island Long Term Recovery Organization
Stephen Wise Free Synagogue
Stonecrab Alliance
Stonehill College
STONEWALL Rebellion Veterans Association
Stony Brook University Environmental Club
Stop Enbridge Stop Kinder Morgan Call to Action
Stop the Frack Attack Network
Stop the Minisink Compressor Station
Storahtelling Lab/Shul
Stratford Northwestern High school
Struttin’ Buttons
Student Environmental Alliance at Washington College
Student Organization for Democratic Alternatives
Student PIRGs
Student/Farmworker Alliance
Students Against a Vanishing Environment
Students For A Democratic Society University of South Florida, St. Pete. Campus
Students for a Just and Stable Future at WPI
Students for a Sustainable Future at Missouri State University
Students of Sustainability at SU
Students of Sustainability at Syracuse University
STUDIO JAYWALL
Summit Area GreenFaith Circle
Sundance Outdoor Adventure Society
Sunday Assembly New York
Sunflower Alliance
Sungevity
SunHarvest Solar
Sunmetrix
SunWise Solar Energy
SunWise Solar Energy
Super Belle Church of Christ
Surfrider Foundation, NYC Chapter
Surprise Lake Camp
Sustainable Cherry Hill
Sustainable Energy &Economic Development Coalition (SEED)
Sustainable Flatbush
Sustainable Indiana 2106/Earth Charter Indiana
Sustainable Lawrence
Sustainable Molokai
Sustainable Saratoga
Sustainable South Bronx
Sustainable South Shore
Sustainable Tompkins
Sustainable Warwick
Sustainable Wellesley
Sustainable West Milford
Sustainlabour
SustainUS
Susty Party
Syracuse Peace Council
SystemChangeNotClimateChange.org
Tabernacle United Church
TakeAction Minnesota
Tarrytown Environmental Advisory Council
TC350
Teaching Assistants’ Association
Team: CHOOSE “V” ENERGY(.com)
Teamsters Joint Council 16
Teamsters Local 814 IBT
Techbook Online Corporation
Temple Beth Abraham
Temple Beth Avodah
Temple Beth El
Temple Beth El, City Island
Temple Israel Center
Temple of Understanding
Temple Tikvah
Tennessee Alliance for Progress
Texas Environmental Justice Advocacy Services (t.e.j.a.s.)
The Academy for Jewish Religion
The Akashic Temple
The American Institute of Architects New York Chapter | Center for Architecture
the Arab Youth Climate Movement
The Association for the Advancement of Actual Democracy
The Biochar Company
The Biochar Company
The Biochar Company
The Borneo Project
The Brotherhood Sister Sol
The Center for Civil Society, University of Kwa Zulu, Natal. South Africa
The Center for Social Inclusion
The Climate Group
The Climate Mobilization
The Climate Mobilization
The Climate Mobilization
The Climate Reality Project
The Coalition to Ban Petcoke
The College of Wooster Greenhouse
The Congregational Church of Huntington, United Church of Christ
The Crossing
The Democracy Center
The Democracy Collaborative
The Dialogue Project
The Dialogue Project
the EarthSpirit Community
The Educational Alliance
The Enviro Show
The Forecast
The Franciscan Response (North Jersey chapter)
The Green Party of Essex and Passaic Counties (NJ)
The Hindu Temple Society of North America
The House of Peace, Imc.
The House of Peace, Imc.
The Humane League
Humanist Society of Metropolitan New York
The Interdependence Movement
The Interfaith Alliance of Rochester
The Interfaith Center of New York
The International League of Muslim Women-New England Chapter
The Interreligious Foundation for Community Organization/Pastors for Peace
The JCC in Manhattan
The Kehilah
The League of Women Voters
The Life Support Project
The Lower Eastside Girls Club
The Micah Institute @ New York Theological Seminary
The Milano School of International Affairs, Management, and Urban Policy at The New School
The Mothers Project
The Mountain School of Milton Academy
The Narberth Havurah (Narberth , PA)
The Network of Spiritual Progressives
The New School
The Other 98%
The Overbrook Foundation
The Pennsylvania Association of Staff Nurses and Allied Professionals
The Pentecostal House of Prayer
The Point CDC
The POOP Project
The Putney School Sustainability Squad
The Rabbinical Assembly
The Relational Center &The NYC Relational Initiative
The ReVenture Companies
The River Project
The Robin Hood Tax on Wall Street
The Ruckus Society
The Second Chance Foundation
The Shalom Center
The Shamayim V’Aretz Institute
The Sikh Coalition
The TerraMar Project
The Unitarian Universalist Fellowship at Stony Brook
The Veggies
The Vermont Yankee Decommissioning Alliance
The Watershed Project
The Waysmeet Center at UNH
The Wittenberg Center for Alternative Resources
The Xavier Green Schools Movement
The YA-YA Network (Youth Activist Youth Allies)
Theater of the Oppressed Laboratory (TOPLAB)
Theater of the Oppressed Laboratory (TOPLAB)
Theater Three Collaborative
Therapist’s Council for Environmental and Economic Consciousness – TCEEC
Therapist’s Council for Environmental and Economic Consciousness – TCEEC
Thomas Merton Center
ThoughtWorks
Three Parks Independent Democrats
Tidy Thyme
Tikkun Olam Chavurah
Time’s Up
TOPtoTOP Global Climate Expedition
Toronto350
Town of Rochester Environmental Conservation Commission
Trade Unions for Energy Democracy
TransFORM Network
Transformative Change
Transition Cheltenham
Transition Express Campaign
Transition Newton & Northwest NJ
Transition Sonoma Valley
Transition Town Media
Transport Workers Union Local 100
Transportation Alternatives
Transportation Alternatives Manhattan Activist Committee
Transportation Alternatives Queens Activist Committee
Transportation Alternatives Staten Island Activist Committee
Trees New York
Tri-State Transportation Campaign
Tribe 12
Trinity Lutheran Church of Manhattan
Triumphant Foundation for Widows and Orphans
T’ruah: The Rabbinic Call for Human Rights
Tzedek v’Shalom Synagogue
U.S. Adorers of the Blood of Christ
U.S. Climate Plan
U.S. Green Building Council
U.S. Labor Against the War (USLAW)
UE local 255, the unionized workers at Hunger Mountain Coop
UNANIMA International
UNI Global Union
Union for Reform Judaism
Union of Concerned Scientists
Unitarian Church of Summit NJ
Unitarian Universalist Association
Unitarian Universalist Church of Palo Alto Green Sanctuary
Unitarian Universalist Congregation at Shelter Rock
Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Monmouth County
Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Corvallis, Oregon
Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Northern Nevada
Unitarian Universalist Justice Florida
Unitarian Universalist Legislative Ministry of New Jersey
Unitarian Universalist Metro NY District
Unitarian Universalist Ministry for Earth
Unitarian Universalist PA Legislative Advocacy Network
Unitarian Universalist Service Committee
Unitarian Universalist United Nations Office
Unitarian Universalist Young Adults for Climate Justice
Unitarian Universalists for Social Justice of the National Capital Region
UNITE HERE CT
United Auto Workers, Region 9A
United Christian Ministries Int’l-NYC
United Church of Christ Justice and Witness Ministries
United Confederation of Taino People
United Electrical Workers (UE) Local 243
United Federation of Teachers
United Food and Commercial Workers Local 1500
United Food and Commercial Workers-Region 1
United for Action
United for Peace and Justice
United Methodist Caretakers of God’s Creation
United Methodist Women, FUMC Elgin, IL
United National Antiwar Coalition (UNAC)
United Nations Association of the USA Southern New York State Division
United Nations Association of Young Professionals – Southern New York State Division
United Neighborhood Houses of NY
United NY
United Steelworkers Local 3657
United Students Against Sweatshops
United Synagogue of Conservative Judaism
United Synagogue Youth
United University Professions AFT Local 2190
United We Dream
Upland Road
Upper Valley Affinity Group
UPROSE
Upwell
Urban Green Council
Uri L’Tzedek
Ursulines of the Roman Union
Ursulines of the roman Union
US Climate Action Network
US Labor Against the War
US Peace Council
USGBC NJ
UU Mass Action
UUFH
UUFH
UW La Crosse Students for Sustainability
V-Day
Vegan Shift
Venture Greenhouse 2.0
Verite sou Tanbou / Haitian Community Cultural Initiative
Vermont Natural Resources Council
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The culmination of this global brainwashing event is tomorrow. But the organization lives. It is powerful. All this, in spite of the fact that Mother Nature is continually flipping the bird to all the global warming predictions, and that there is no man-made global warming/climate crisis.

[Edited by: ministorage at 9/21/2014 7:43:16 PM EST]
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How government money corrupts climate science
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Once again the violent, mindless progressive liberals, socialists and communists commit mayhem in the streets as they push their extremist 'climate agenda' which is really aimed at destroying Western capitalism, economy and culture.

These radicals need to be put down once and for all.

‘BLANK the Police’: Communists, Radicals Spotted Throughout Climate March in New York City Demanding ‘Revolution, Nothing Less’

Remember these wackos when you vote in November and do NOT vote for any progressive liberal Democrat.

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Someone else who thinks that "warmer" "scientists???" lie and falsify reports for economic gain.
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>>>But the wind turbine operators are able to get away with it because the system is so corrupt.

What happens is absolute corruption. I have to admit that generally there are "agreements" behind closed doors between the consultants or research centers and the government offices before the studies are conducted. They fill out forms with copied information (and sometimes badly copied), lies or half truths in order to divert attention from the real project while at the same time complying with requirements on paper. Unfortunately, consultants sometimes take advantage of high unemployment and hire inexperienced people or unemployed career professionals without proper titles. Sometimes the consultants even coerce them into modifying the data.

Research centers, pressured by a lack of funding, accept these studies. It is well known that scientists recognized by CONACYT (National Counsel on Science and Technology) accept gifts from these companies, given that they need money to buy equipment for their laboratories and to fill their pocketbooks to maintain their lifestyles. This is the extent of the corruption. Upon reviewing these studies, it is clear that the findings are trash, sometimes even directly copied from other sources online. These studies tend to focus on the "benefits of the project" and do not include rigorous analysis.

The Secretary of Environment and Natural Resources (SEMARNAT) does follow-up to the studies, but everything can be negotiated. The bureaucrats have the last word.

Though Professor Mora is talking specifically about Mexico, what she says applies equally well to supposedly more transparent democracies such as Britain, Australia, the US, Canada and Denmark. The wind industry is necessarily one of the most corrupt enterprises on earth because it depends for its entire existence on government favours, backhanders, dishonest environmental impact assessments and on regulators turning a blind eye to the known health problems caused by wind turbine noise. Without crony capitalism, the wind industry simply would not exist.<<<

Not surprised at all but instead of being unsurprised we should be.
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Sure thing Mini. It is really sad to see a well respected historical organization be brought down to the joke status by politics.
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fly, thanks for the article. The British Royal Society and the U.S. PNAS both finance global warming research with government grants. AGW is real - that's their position - and if you are a young scientist and you want grant research monies, you know exactly what to write a grant proposal for (and what not to write research grant proposals for).

[Edited by: ministorage at 9/21/2014 3:21:00 PM EST]
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OOppps didnt use tinyurl. Here is a good link - I hope....
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Finally, cheap ice cubes
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ministorage to rumbleseat, "But that's not what you were talking about."

Now you gone and done it.

Forced a liberal to face up to his own words rather than trying to dishonestly spin out of them.

We will probably hear a lot of rumbling and it ain't from any liberal global warming thunderstorm.

;-)

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flyboy, "Why do supposed scientists let politics rule the process?"

Because they have been bought off with government money and grants awarded by liberal bureaucrats with a political agenda to grab more power and money.

And the liberals have corrupted science.

Liberals today are similar to the church politicians in the Middle Ages who oppsed science when it said the Earth was not flat and the Earth was not at the center of the universe.

Different time. Same politically correct politicians in control.

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"Why do supposed scientists let politics rule the process?"

Money.

"Just another day of the "Warmers" being proven duplicitous and untruthful it seems"

The greater mystery is, why are followers of these people people so easily willing to lie for them.
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"Doesn't change the fact there is a winter maximum, and a SUMMER MINIMUM extent."

But that's not what you were talking about. You said that the Arctic has "experienced a new record summer minimum for ice extent". That's simply not true - this year's summer minimum extent was over 1.5 million km2 HIGHER than 2012.

"2013 turns out to have had the 6th lowest on record, 432,000 square miles (1.12 million square kilometers) lower than the 1981-2010 average."

It also "turns out" that 2013 BROKE ALL RECORDS for year-over-year growth of sea ice for any year in the satellite RECORD. 2014 and 2013 are now down in the record books as two of the four years with the HIGHEST end-of-summer sea ice extent in the last decade.

Record-breaking growth of summer sea ice of 1.6 million km2 since 2012 over the last two years is significant - in spite of the fact that you'd like people to believe that the Arctic has experienced "a new record summer minimum". Facts matter. SMH

[Edited by: ministorage at 9/21/2014 1:53:16 PM EST]
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[L=http://www.breitbart.com/Breitbart-London/2014/09/21/text deleted a joke a former prestigious organization has become. They are now left wing ideologues and not much more it seems. [/L]
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>>>The story of the "extinct" giant snail - supposedly killed by global warming, but recently found alive and well on the same Indian Ocean atoll it has inhabited for the last 80,000 years - is developing into a major environmental scandal.

A scandal that obviously deserves the title Snailgate.

As we reported ten days ago under the heading Extinct Giant Snail Killed By Climate Change Crawls Back From The Dead, the sorry tale began in 2007 with the publication in one of the Royal Society's journals Biology Letters of a "peer-reviewed" study by Justin Gerlach.
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Thanks to new research by Times environment correspondent Ben Webster, we now have an inkling as to how this may have happened. The two "peer-reviewers" who accepted the erroneous J Gerlach paper were the same two referees who rejected the subsequent rebuttal paper. Though their reasons for doing so are unclear, one evident possibility is that they did not wish to make themselves look foolish by accepting a paper explicitly rejecting the one they had so recently approved.

None of this would have come to light if the snail had stayed conveniently "extinct." Unfortunately for the Royal Society, Biology Letters, J Gerlach and those two "peer-reviewers", the resurrection snail has come back to haunt them by raising some very awkward questions.

Like:

What on earth did Biology Letters think it was doing submitting Hambler et al's rebuttal paper to the same referees who had approved the study it was rebutting? Could it not see a potential conflict of interest here?

Why, given that it has now been demonstrated beyond all doubt, that the J Gerlach paper was seriously flawed, is Biology Letters still procrastinating about printing a retraction? Hambler has suggested that it publish the original 2007 rebuttal he prepared with his three expert colleagues, one of whom unfortunately has since died. But Biology Letters is demanding Hambler submit a completely new paper which - apparently without irony - it insists must be subject to "peer review."

But the damage has already been done. Not only was the snail cited in another Royal Society paper, published in 2013, as the clearest example of extinction caused by climate change, but it even made it into the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change's latest assessment report as evidence that "future species extinctions are at high risk."<<<

Why do supposed scientists let politics rule the process? Just another day of the "Warmers" being proven duplicitous and untruthful it seems
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"Both polar ice caps have been increasing the couple of years now."

Doesn't change the fact there is a winter maximum, and a SUMMER MINIMUM extent.
2012 set a record for summer minimum estent in the Arctic. 2013 turns out to have had the 6th lowest on record, 432,000 square miles (1.12 million square kilometers) lower than the 1981-2010 average.
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Ooops. I made a boo boo. Correction to my first post this morning about Arctic sea ice extent - Instead of miles, I meant to say the dmi dataset shows 1.6 million square KILOMETERS (km2) more than there was in 2012 at this same time (end of summer minimum).
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The walls of AGW continue to crumble.

Obama’s Own Scientist Runs Cold on Warming – Outs Himself as a Skeptic.

Steven E. Koonin, Undersecretary for Science during Obama's first term, sees "climate science" as a tangle of arrogance, conjecture and dubious methods that cannot withstand the scrutiny of any reasonably sharp mind. His former boss remains an ardent believer.
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HotRod10: "You're a couple years behind. Both polar ice caps have been increasing the couple of years now. "

So very true. I read what you are responding to, and just shook my head. Take any measurement, from any dataset - the Arctic has grown by leaps and bounds since 2012. September 17, 2014 - Arctic Sea Ice Extent: 1.6 million square miles more sea ice than 2012 - a 63% increase in sea ice over two years ago.

Antarctic Sea Ice Extent above 20 million km2 - a whopping four standard deviations above the mean, continuing to shatter all prior records.

[Edited by: ministorage at 9/21/2014 9:41:36 AM EST]
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"I see reliable, low-waste nuclear fusion reactors being the way of the future."

Well then, you're "seeing" way further than the technology has progressed. Perhaps you could temper your pipe dreams with a little reality and get behind reprocessing spent nuclear fuel or thorium reactors. Nuclear fusion power is an attractive idea, but is unattainable goal for commercial power production in foreseeable future.

"As the Arctic experienced a new record summer minimum for ice extent, the Antarctic set a new record for maximum winter sea ice."

You're a couple years behind. Both polar ice caps have been increasing the couple of years now.

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Polar contrasts:
As the Arctic experienced a new record summer minimum for ice extent, the Antarctic set a new record for maximum winter sea ice.
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"I also don't see it as a big 'conspiracy theory' either"

You are correct there is no conspiracy.
It should be clear to anyone they really only care about money.

The AGW believers just want government to take care of it and will make no sacrifice on their own part and take the lead on saving the world.
The AGW pushers are focused on getting rich and could care less about saving the world.
Unless their entire plan is just to damage the economy.
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"AGW is basically a communist plot to destroy the economies of the west from within; make no mistake about it."

Well that's one theory, anyway.

While I am not a believer in AGW, I also don't see it as a big 'conspiracy theory' either. Outside of trying to justify continued funding and misinterpreting data by those who truly do believe AGW is real and are trying to prove - or simply trying to save face given the strength of comments made in the past (rather than follow the Scientific Method)...
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Climate Hype Exposed - A CFACT Report

mudtoe - " AGW is basically a communist plot to destroy the economies of the west from within; make no mistake about it."

And that's the point that Rush Limbaugh was making in regards to the book to which I linked.

[Edited by: ldheinz at 9/19/2014 12:25:58 PM EST]
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Antarctic extent surpasses 20 MILLION km2, smashing all previous records.

Sea ice area sets all-time record. Again Looks like it is shooting toward the moon.

[Edited by: ministorage at 9/18/2014 11:18:45 PM EST]
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mini: "But I was different from today's AGW apologists."


AGW is being promulgated by the radical left environmental wackos. The radical environmental movement is where many communists fled too after the fall of the USSR. AGW is basically a communist plot to destroy the economies of the west from within; make no mistake about it.


mudtoe



[Edited by: mudtoe at 9/18/2014 11:10:38 AM EST]
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ldheinz: "Rush Limbaugh's comment was that it essentially admits that the whole global warming thing was just a power grab by the political left. And I happen to agree."

Considering there are myriad comments from UN IPCC members, members of Congress and other governments around the world who have admitted to that, that's not a difficult statement to agree on.

When I was a believer, I hadn't yet read all those statements. I was ignorant believer, none the wiser. But I was different from today's AGW apologists. Today's apologists have been shown all the data. Plenty of times. They consciously, purposefully choose to keep believing the alarmism fantasy, as they keep denying that the damning data exist. They're the epitome of what a denier is - they refuse to become disillusioned by reality.
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After a second-year-in-a-row very slow summer melt season, Arctic sea ice has begun growing again. The numbers are in - Arctic sea ice is up 58% over two years ago.

Visual aid of what that looks like - (may take a few seconds to load), which is the latest comparison available, September 16, 2014. The deep purple represents areas with 100% concentration. Note the difference in the two years.

Note: the database and images are from University of Illinois Urbana Champagne, Polar Research Group, As with the group at the Snow and Ice Data Center at Univerity of Colorado Boulder, they too assume/accept the UN IPCC's and James Hansen's AGW radiative forcing hypothesis is true. Likewise, the outcomes this group keeps expecting, don't match what they're observing. This is the group that provides Arctic conditions and temperature trends published each year in the Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society (AMS) - another group that (although it does not match with the majority of its members) has a position statement that accepts AGW as fact.

Believers in CO2-centric warming alarmism can throw about the term "deniers" all they want. Denialism is what denialism does.

[Edited by: ministorage at 9/18/2014 10:33:25 AM EST]
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Rush Limbaugh had an interesting comment concerning Naomi Klein's new book, "This Changes Everything: Capitalism vs. The Climate". The book makes the argument that Capitalism is inherently incompatible with the left's view of the climate debate. Rush Limbaugh's comment was that it essentially admits that the whole global warming thing was just a power grab by the political left. And I happen to agree.
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>>>>>>If California is going to be to liberal, I mean too stupid to build their own power plants and rely on Texas to generate their power then let them.<<<<

Just make sure you don't pass any laws that are anti illegal immigration or California will boycott you and you will end up with all that clean energy with no one to sell it to.



I have a better idea. Don't sell it to California if they don't send the illegals back.


[Edited by: johnnyg1200 at 9/18/2014 2:34:34 AM EST]
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Let California continue with their stupidity.
In eastern new mexico an energy group is building a 3 way super conducting high voltage DC power transmission grid that will tie the Texas grid (yes texas has their own power grid), central grid and west coast grid together.
Why?
Because eastern newmexico and texas panhandle are going to sell "clean wind power" to California and suck their economy dry.
I know of an additional 200 wind turbines going up with in 50 miles of the DC transmission grid. Then once the grid tie in is up and running even more wind turbines will follow.

If California is going to be to liberal, I mean too stupid to build their own power plants and rely on texas to generate their power then let them.
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Well they dont want the keystone or any other pipeline and they dont want the oil moved by rail - I guess they want to shiver in the dark or burn unicorn pharts.
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>>>The environmental group Earthjustice, funded by George Soros and joined by the Sierra Club and ForestEthics, is suing the U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT) in order to prevent crude oil from North Dakota’s Bakken formation to be moved to California.<<<

Maybe they want to stop the import of any and all water or energy in any form into California? If thats what they really want they had better start fraking like crazy and trying to live "off the national grid".

[Edited by: flyboyUT at 9/17/2014 8:15:47 PM EST]
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"The difference between weather and climate is explained simply as a matter of time."

How much time for weather and how much time for climate?
Or is it up the cherry picker to make that determination?
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"And of course, the deniers here want to argue satellite temperature measurements."

The people you call deniers are only denying man-made catastrophic global warming, because there is no evidence of it. Of course, a couple believers here want to argue interpolated land/sea temps, which can be manipulated like Play Doh. There was a time when NASA used to tell us that satellite data were superior to station/buoy data.

"Because satellites do not really measure surface temperature. But they do measure atmosphere.

Meaningless drivel. Satellites measure the troposphere at the surface, and at various elevations going through the troposphere up to the stratosphere. Over the past 40 years, rural stations have been abandoned, and devices in urban areas continue to record UHI temps. That skews the real temperature of the earth.

NASA first sent satellites into space to get more accurate temperatures to avoid that reality. Now that the much more accurate satellite data don't show warming, NASA/NOAA seem to have convinced a bunch of gullible people that the Model T is better. SMH

"They prove the rising temps in the Troposphere has warmed in the last 40 years."

More meaningless drivel, and it actually hurts the cause for alarmism. The troposphere rose .3C over first half of the satellite record, and then stopped; it has not risen for 17 years. The troposphere has risen a mere .7C - .8C since the 1800s - WELL within the bounds of normal, natural climate variation.

[Edited by: ministorage at 9/17/2014 2:48:47 PM EST]
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