I found this on NewsBreak: Former Treasury Secretary Larry Summers predicts there will ‘almost certainly’ be a ‘downturn in the economy’ https://share.newsbreak.com/1tkcz0ef
Monthly Archives: September 2022
Big Think: An end to doomerism. https://bigthink.com/progress/pessimism-is-a-barrier-to-progress/
Reuters: U.S. climate envoy Kerry cautions against long-term gas projects in Africa. https://www.reuters.com/business/energy/us-climate-envoy-kerry-cautions-against-long-term-gas-projects-africa-2022-09-16/
1900 Freud and Jung’s unconscious gaining order and solving “Crisis in Democracy” via neurohermeneutics’ value-added and Post-Enlightenment (psyche economy surplus); versus past Straussian lies and Post-Straussian bills signed into law which lack “teeth” and therefore are weak and lacking efficacy, 1900 Oxford American dictionary entry, “nihilism” [Russian revolutionary and radical politics that, “All is for nothing,” and “Nothing for all” and “All” is nothing]. Energy source fundamentally “anti-matter” (desiring the sheer destruction of everything)
Falsehood to possible to actual truth in behavioral science.
Offense totalitarianism salient to trauma of democratic republic.
Dynamics of trolling neurohermeneutics:
Trolling scenario in national studio theatre makes the attempt of implying a coup d’etat in drama of an insolent, violent, diabolical villainy to “fill us up” and do a “fuck you” to all inhabitants in the boundaries of the United States (and therefore ruin our freedoms, our lives, and our ability for acquistion and keeping of one’s own financial assets).
Rendering such historical sentiments, as for the “Common Good” to the “masses” and the coup d’etat as imminent against the U.S. Constitution.
Response needs to be, vitally official protest to the real threat to sacred constutional order against the U.S. Constitution and state constitutions aligned with the Federal “alive” legal, historical constitutional document. Our rights to avoid governmental torment, threat to our constituency, and therefore threats to to the Well Faring of the American populations known simply, as the people, and their private souls in history.
Abraham Boulder, “Keven
These topics in NYTimes website. Choose to search “climate crisis” and choose recent or new articles and the links will work for you located at the end of green articles. Here, below is mirroring the actual links working on NYTimes site.
- If you struggle to understand the science behind climate change, let us walk you through the basics.
- Global warming is taking a growing toll on mental health. This is how some describe the stresses and strains of life on the front lines of the climate crisis.
- Get your children invested, by talking to them about our warming planet, and what we can all do about it.
- As climate change brings more intense heat waves, the next frontier in climate resilience is the clothing we wear. Here are some of the most promising innovations in the field.
- In the climate debate, the science is clear, and the language is anything but. These are the buzzwords to know.
- How good are you at making choices that are good for the planet? This quiz will tell you.
- Do airline climate offset programs really work? There’s good news, and bad.
Biden administration seeks to lower industrial greenhouse gas emissions — and that won’t be easy, [bill needs teeth for good or better results-AB]
https://news.yahoo.com/biden-administration-seeks-to-lower-industrial-greenhouse-gas-emissions-and-that-wont-be-easy-090047913.html Last week, the Department of Energy released a four-part “roadmap” laying out the possible pathways to decarbonizing the industrial economy.
Note: pellets carbon emissions worse than I ik and gas-AB (see below):
“Many scientists have long been skeptical of biomass’s climate benefits. Wood releases more carbon dioxide per unit of electricity produced than coal or gas, and a newly planted tree can take decades to reabsorb the carbon dioxide emitted by burning. ‘Wood is a sucky fuel,’ said Tim Searchinger, a researcher at Princeton.
“In 2009, a group he led wrote in the journal Science protesting what they called a ‘critical climate accounting error.’ They argued that certain major international climate policies and legislation designed to reduce countries’ greenhouse gas emissions allow nations to burn biomass and discount their smokestack emissions but fail to account for the carbon losses caused by cutting down trees to burn them.
“‘It’s just cheating,’ Mr. Searchinger said.”
Source: In: N.Y.Times, reported from GARYSBURG, N.C. — Erin Schaff contributed reporting.
A version of this article appears in print on April 22, 2021, Section A, Page 20 of the New York edition with the headline: A Fast-Growing Industry Embraces America’s Forests. Order Reprints | Today’s Paper | Subscribe
The New York Times: Opinion | All Biden Has to Do Now Is Change the Way We Live. https://www.nytimes.com/2022/09/11/opinion/biden-climate-congress-infrastructure.html
I found this on NewsBreak: ‘Don’t Look Up’ director Adam McKay calls it ‘madness’ that Biden has failed to declare climate emergency https://share.newsbreak.com/1r8ztszh