Includes new scientific and government publications of interest to climate activists.
Record floods devastate Nebraska
Excellent graphical visualization of world wide Climate Crises 3/7/19
It will open in a separate window. Read the text and go down to the world map. I used my cursor from the bottom moving up to display month by month.
Good 4 min video by Bill Nye 3/14/19
Link to Blog post about Massive hole in Antarctic Ice Sheet 2/4/19
Excellent new short video from Years Project
To join the Extinction Rebellion click here Dec 16, 2018.
Good article on lifestyle changes with an excellent graphic. I’ve enlarged the graphic for tabling. Dec 8, 2018
Excellent long article by Bill MckibbenNov 18, 2018
Video about Extinction Revolution Nov 18, 2018
New Financial Alternative to help Climate Change Oct 14, 2018,
The City adopted a Climate Adaptation Plan Oct 9, 2018,
New IPCC report on Climate Change Oct 8, 2018
Discouraging new report on “De-carbonization” efforts around the world. We need to really get onto this RIGHT NOW Oct 6, 2018
Senate Bill 100
- SACRAMENTO – Reaffirming California’s global climate leadership, Governor Edmund G. Brown Jr. today signed Senate Bill 100, authored by Senate President pro Tempore Emeritus Kevin de León, setting a 100 percent clean electricity goal for the state, and issued an executive order establishing a new target to achieve carbon neutrality – both by 2045.
“This bill and the executive order put California on a path to meet the goals of Paris and beyond. It will not be easy. It will not be immediate. But it must be done,” said Governor Brown.
“In California, Democrats and Republicans know climate change is real, it’s affecting our lives right now, and unless we take action immediately – it may become irreversible,” said Senator de León. “Today, with Governor Brown’s support, California sent a message to the rest of the world that we are taking the future into our own hands; refusing to be the victims of its uncertainty. Transitioning to an entirely carbon-free energy grid will create good-paying jobs, ensure our children breathe cleaner air and mitigate the devastating impacts of climate change on our communities and economy.”
This is great news. Santa Cruz is already in a good clean energy position with its new Monterey Bay Community Power, but the executive order will require seriously addressing transportation emissions, which are the biggest contributing factor to climate change locally. Sep 10 , 2018
2. The state released its 4th Climate Assessment report August 27th. There are statewide and central coast reports each over 100 pages. The “Key Findings” (0verview) can be reviewed in less than 5 minutes. Link to our Oct 25th event
UN 2017 report This is worth reading in detail as it gives information about serious world-wide efforts.