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Elite PANIC As Record Low Temperatures Expose Climate Change Hoax

Record low temperatures across the globe have been revealed in shocking new Climate Change data revealing that ‘global warming’ no longer exists.  Climatologist Tony Heller claims that Greenland looks set to record its coldest July temperature since records started, and if the claim is true, then it will completely debunk Global warming alarmists. Last month, President Donald Trump officially withdrew the United States out of the Paris Agreement calling the global climate agreement a “globalist scam”. According to Conservativetribune.com: In fact, it was the coldest temperature ever recorded in the Northern Hemisphere for the month of July: -33C (-27.4F). The temperature was recorded at Summit Station on July 4. According to Vencore Weather, the normal high temperature at the… Read More

Praying for Global Warming

Just when we were promised a warm future, we get record cold. Winter Storm Ursa has become a crippling, destructive blizzard from the Texas panhandle to Nebraska, stranding vehicles, downing trees and power lines and whipping up snowdrifts up to 8 feet in one of the strongest snowstorms to slam this area so late in the spring. It is May 1, 2017; it should be a warm and glorious spring day! We need to pray for global warming because it offers us a comfortable alternative to a bitter cold that most of humanity is going to have a hard time surviving over the next few decades. Science has already weighed in with a mini ice age scenario starting now… Read More

Drought-shamed Los Angeles County cuts supervisors’ car washes to one a week.

After a very public drought shaming, Los Angeles County employees may soon be driving dirtier cars. On Thursday, Supervisor Don Knabe called for a once-monthly limit that could affect all county departments. Officials also limited the Board of Supervisors to once-weekly car washings, effective immediately. Depending on how many vehicles are affected, this could amount to some serious water savings. The largest local government in the nation, Los Angeles County has roughly 12,500 vehicles. Some departments had no limits on the frequency of their washes before Wednesday evening, despite the state’s prolonged drought. Service records obtained by this news organization revealed that most of the county supervisors washed their take-home SUVs and sedans two or three times a week… Read More

The Greatest Water Crisis In The History Of The United States

What are we going to do once all the water is gone?  Thanks to the worst drought in more than 1,000 years, the western third of the country is facing the greatest water crisis that the United States has ever seen.  Lake Mead is now the lowest that it has ever been since the Hoover Dam was finished in the 1930s, mandatory water restrictions have already been implemented in the state of California, and there are already widespread reports of people stealing water in some of the worst hit areas.  But this is just the beginning.  Right now, in a desperate attempt to maintain somewhat “normal” levels of activity, water is being pumped out of the ground in the… Read More

Australian Scientists Find Plastic’s Toxic Footprint at Molecular Level

By Shar Adams Epoch Times SYDNEY—California has become the newest region to ban lightweight plastic bags, joining four states and territories in Australia in restricting the use of disposable plastics. The move comes as Australian researchers study the toxicity of plastics, which are polluting the marine environment at a molecular level. The Californian ban was signed into law on Sept 30, making plastic bags in grocery stores and pharmacies prohibited from July 1, 2015, with convenience and liquor stores to follow a year later. In Australia, non-biodegradable lightweight plastic bags are banned in Tasmania, South Australia, the Northern Territory and the Australian Capital Territory, but the legislation does permit the use of compostable, bio-degradable bags. While the bans on… Read More

The Future of Fires

By EDF Blogs (This post was written by Derek Sylvan of  the Institute for Policy Integrity, and first appeared on The Cost of Carbon Pollution. The Cost of Carbon Project is a joint project of the Environmental Defense Fund, the Institute for Policy Integrity, and the Natural Resource Defense Council.)  U.S. Forest Service photo by John Newman The 2014 wildfire season is not yet over, but in some regions it is already one of the most destructive ever. Fires continue to rage in many parts of the country, threatening hundreds of homes, creating emergencies in National Parks and residential areas, and straining government budgets — Washington State’s wildfire season is already six times more damaging than average. And we… Read More

Using compost to improve soil health and crop productivity

Claire O’Connor, Policy Analyst, Santa Monica Growing up on a farm in Nebraska, I spent most summer afternoons outside, exploring, digging, and collecting “treasures”—usually rocks, feathers, bugs, and other lovely items I’m sure my mother was thrilled to have me drag into the house.  These days, I’m mostly desk bound, and I don’t get my hands dirty nearly as often as I’d like.  But recently, I got to channel my inner 5-year-old, leaving the computer screen behind to play with some wiggly, slimy worms! Photo: NRDC Santa Monica “Mulchketeer” composting worms For the law few years, NRDC’s Santa Monica office has composted the majority of our food waste using a rooftop worm bin.  Every so often, the compost must… Read More