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Why Renewables are Inevitable

Why Renewables are Inevitable

Carbon pollution is being dumped into our atmosphere at unprecedented and unregulated rates, and it’s costing us. We’re paying in dollars, in lives, in jobs, in lifestyles — truly in every way imaginable. If carbon pollution continues unchecked, my grandchildren face a future of extreme weather, worsening health, food insecurity, and a bleak economy. I […]

Carbon Fee and Dividend – Best for Lower and Middle Income

Carbon Fee and Dividend – Best for Lower and Middle Income

I’m a member of Citizens Climate Lobby – CCL (Ottawa, Canada). The material for this article has been sourced from Laser Talks featured on the CCL website. (Editor for BoomerWarrior~Rolly Montpellier).  Carbon Fee and Dividend – Best for Lower and Middle Income The Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives, using income tax data from British Columbia, has […]

Living With Climate Disruption – System Update

Living With Climate Disruption – System Update

In this post, Paul Beckwith provides a climate system summary – where we are – and points out how we’re already living with climate disruption. Climate change is not something that only future generations will have to contend with. Climate change is happening now, today and tomorrow and the day after that. The choices we […]

Methane – The Ticking Time Bomb

Methane – The Ticking Time Bomb

This post is a collection of excerpts from interviews with three experts on the methane crisis – the ticking time bomb. Dorsi Diaz (writer for the San Francisco Examiner) interviews Harold Hensel, Guy McPherson and Malcolm Light. (Editor~Rolly Montpellier-BoomerWarrior). Readers who wish to know more about methane and why scientists are sounding the alarm bell […]

Grandfather Turned Climate Activist

Grandfather Turned Climate Activist

Recently, I was a guest on the Green Divas Radio Show hosted by Green Diva Meg (aka Megan McWilliams). Meg and I are both grandparents who have become quite involved in climate action. During the interview, I was able to tell my story—about a grandfather who has turned climate activist. I wish to thank Green Diva Meg and Green Diva […]