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Posts tagged "environment"

The real hoax is the claim that a scientific debate exists about the reality of climate change. It is promoted by organizations that benefit from our current energy choices and groups that are opposed to any regulation whatsoever, even the most sensible safeguards that help protect our children’s health.

The hoaxers claim climate scientists are “in it for the money,” a ludicrous proposition as pointed out by Jon Koomey. Dr. Koomey used his expertise in mathematical modeling to study the economic impacts of climate change for two decades at the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory. If Koomey and his colleagues were in it for the money they would have taken their analytic expertise to Wall Street long ago, where their salaries would have been five to 10 times what they can make working for the government.

The hyped rhetoric around this issue is an attempt to convince Americans that accepting the scientific evidence will require taking actions inimical to our shared values of liberty, freedom, community and entrepreneurship.

But one need look no further than the studies of America’s military and intelligence officials who understand how disruptive human-caused climate change could be to our nation’s interests both at home and abroad (in 2009 the CIA established a Center on Climate Change and National Security). Putting our head in the sand about climate change is a sure way to undermine American liberty, economic prosperity and national security. Of all the alterative paths before us to address this problem, doing nothing to reduce the threat of serious climate change is a dangerous and expensive option.

An attempt to reach out to the Philippine government from a critters perspective. Heres a story for non-divers and divers alike how Secret Bay may again be lifeless due to haphazard construction of a ‘hot tub’

Secret Bay Anilao is World Famous, home to lots of very rare species. Its only major competition in rare marine life variety is from Lembeh Indonesia, which is currently dubbed the critter capital of the world. Secret Bay could be AS GOOD, if Government decides to protect it….

Sad.

Coca-Cola has teamed up with the Philippines division of the WWF to erect an air purifying billboard in downtown Makati City.

The billboard itself measure 60 feet by 60 feet and is covered in Fukien tea plants, which are known to absorb air pollutants. And for the pots, each plant is being grown in one of 3,600 recycled Coca-Cola product bottles. It’s not only a great example of recycling, but the bottles also help the project by providing a secure base for the plants to grow sideways.

Each plant can absorb around 13 pounds of carbon dioxide a year, while the entire billboard will absorb an estimated 46,800 pounds.

Good job Coke, but you still make people fat.