Global warming? Sure. More storms, bigger storms. Talk to folks who can vote in 2014 to elect the Climate Congress. I don’t care if the folks you talk to are republicans, democrats or have never bothered to vote. If they know in their gut that global warming is real and not good news, then we need to mobilize them. The quadrennial electoral show is staggering to a finish, but at that finish we will not have a president or congress that understands that we need to address global warming. Our next chance is the midterm election in 2014. That campaign is underway. I started.
Climate Congress 2013 – the Contract with Climate
- Carbon tax
- what else belong on the contract with the climate that a carbon tax does not address?
Hurricane Sandy continues its march to the East Coast
By Paul Schwartzman, Published: October 27 | Updated: Sunday, October 28, 7:47 AM
A hurricane of enormous force continues to march north today, ready to hammer the D.C. region sometime on Monday and disrupt life for millions as it sweeps across eight states toward Canada.
From North Carolina to the coastal edges of Maine, public officials are urging residents to fortify themselves against Hurricane Sandy, which is expected to unleash torrential rains and winds of up to 75 mph, even for those residing as far as 100 miles from the storms center.
Read the whole piece? Why not? See if you can find any mention of global warming in the piece on Hurricane Sandy. I scanned it quickly, lots of talk about shopping in advance of the storm, the campaigns adjusting to be elsewhere, nothing on global warming that I spotted. It’s like Where’s Waldo? Where is the mention of global warming in this article? Let me know if you see it.