Weather, of course, is hard to predict and several of the computer models and maps are showing temperatures well above freezing – indicating global warming – but people in the areas where temperatures are in the 50’s and mid 40’s are getting iced and piled with snow.
The Environmental Protection Agency held a public hearing its Washington, D.C., headquarters to hear from environmental groups, aircraft industry representatives, private citizens and others on their reactions to the agency’s newly-released carbon emissions standards for commercial aircraft.
The EPA will place restrictions on use of the world’s most popular herbicide glyphosate, amid growing concern that the chemical causes weed resistance detrimental to farm production. Glyphosate is the key ingredient in Roundup, a widely used weed-killer produced by Monsanto. BY NATASHA GEILING on ThinkProgress.org
If the Anthropocene is an age where human desire affects nature on a global scale, then how can we save civilization by transforming outer nature (i.e. climate engineering) if we do not simultaneously transform inner nature?
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