1. Rob Portman and global warming: Is he right or wrong? (poll) | Ohio News
    March 25, 2015 @ 11:01 am

    […] consumer costs, not raise them, because it will spur improvements in energy efficiency,” writes David Arkush of Public Citizen, who reiterated that in a telephone interview with the Northeast Ohio Media Group. […]


  2. Aimee
    March 28, 2015 @ 9:14 am

    Well, as good as the Clean Power Plan may be, it’s unlikely to do much about climate change. We need to remove carbon from the atmosphere, not just slow down the rate of carbon addition.

    The best method I can think of is transitioning all our industrial agriculture to regenerative agriculture that encourages plants (especially grasses) to store carbon in their roots and then the soil, where carbon belongs. This method not only reduces atmospheric carbon, but it also improves food quality. It’s a win-win, but for some reason I hardly see it mentioned anywhere as a solution.


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