The REAL inconvenient truth: Zealotry over global warming could damage our Earth far more than climate change | Mail Online

The REAL inconvenient truth: Zealotry over global warming could damage our Earth far more than climate change

A Polar Bear clinging precariously to a tiny piece of floating ice, photo by Carla Lombardo Ehrlich for WWF. S) this is so sad! lets save the polar bears!

In Case You Missed It, Greenland Just Melted

In Case You Missed It, Greenland Just Melted

of Greenland melted in July. How many more countries need to melt before we get serious about climate change?

Glenn Hurowitz of Grist to the rescue. He wrote a great op-ed in the LA Times about the omnipresence of palm oil in everything from shampoo to cookies, finding rhino-killer in Oreos, Chewy Chips Ahoy!, Orville Redenbacher's popcorn, Hershey's Kisses "Hugs," Twix and more. And not just the mainstream stuff: it's in products from Burts Bees, Trader Joes, Whole Foods and other "green" sources.

Clean Air or Clean Hair? Palm Oil In Everything

Causes of deforestation include Palm Oil Plantations and Open Pit Coal Mining. Do not use palm oil!

The Polar Ice-caps are melting, rendering the Polar bears and the other Arctic animals homeless. Polar bears have ruled the Arctic for 100,000 years, but now they're struggling to keep up as the region undergoes a dramatic transformation.

Infographic: Polar bears in peril

The Polar Ice-caps are melting, rendering the Polar bears and the other Arctic animals homeless. Polar bears have ruled the Arctic for years, but now they& struggling to keep up as the region undergoes a dramatic transformation.

In anticipation of Earth Day, here’s a link to learn more about deforestation: Because we're sure everyone agrees we much prefer the Amazon ON!  http://www.edf.org/blog/2013/03/20/tragedy-and-transformation-deforestation-amazon-part-1

In anticipation of Earth Day, here’s a link to learn more about deforestation:

Itteren, Maastricht, Netherlands flooded in 1995.

Itteren, Maastricht, Netherlands flooded in

Rapid melting of Antarctic ice could push sea levels up 10 feet worldwide within two centuries, “recurving” heavily populated coastlines and essentially reshaping the world.

Are you a strong swimmer? Rapid melting of Antarctic ice could push sea levels up 10 feet worldwide within two centuries, "recurving" heavily populated coastlines and essentially reshaping the world, the Associated Press reported Friday.


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