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19 November 2013 @ 08:29 am
Only when it is too late will they realize.  
Watch the World's Forests Disappear on Google Earth [Mother Jones]

Scientists Confirm World's Oldest Creature...But Kill it Determining Its Age [Breitbart] LOLOL

Global Warming Since 1997 Underestimated by Half [Real Climate]

Bubble and Beyond [Extra Environmentalist] Includes a conversation about "neofeudalism"; I haven't had a chance to listen, but it was recommended to me by jezebel873.

Eating Our Young: The world is spending more on the old and skimping on the young [Newsweek]

Map: These are the cities that climate change will hit first [Washington Post] Dear Miami, you're the first to go.

A 140-Acre Forest Is About to Materialize in the Middle of Detroit [The Atlantic Cities] Only seasoned doomers will get why this is here, but I won't be explaining it.

Emissions of CO2 driving rapid oceans 'acid trip' [BBC]

Capitalism and the Destruction of Life on Earth: Six Theses on Saving the Humans [Truth-Out]

Mainstream economics is in denial: the world has changed [The Guardian]

Russell Brand on revolution: “We no longer have the luxury of tradition” [New Statesman]

Naomi Klein: How science is telling us all to revolt: Is our relentless quest for economic growth killing the planet? Climate scientists have seen the data – and they are coming to some incendiary conclusions. [New Scientist]

And now for some unexpectedly good news:

Majority of red-state Americans believe climate change is real, study shows: Study suggests far-reaching acceptance of climate change in traditionally Republican states such as Texas and Oklahoma [The Guardian] The data is probably deeply flawed.
 
 
 
Danny Adamsmadwriter on November 19th, 2013 10:06 pm (UTC)
"Majority of red-state Americans believe climate change is real, study shows..." I suspect a lot of conservatives went through a similar process to what Rush Limbaugh did over the years that I listened to his show regularly. In 1988 he was adamantly opposed to the idea that climate change of any sort was real. By a few years ago he had come to the point where he admitted it was real, but didn't think that human activity was powerful enough to influence it.