The UN aviation deal (by ICAO) is cheating the climate

No accountability. When we have so many layers, so many players, we end up with a process that creates an illusion of a just and thoughtful outcome, when in fact all we have are ‘players’ who cover for further industry … Continue reading

Trump, Climate Change, and ATC Privatization

It was not surprising to see President Trump pull out of the Paris Agreement last week. Nor was it surprising to see how he bumbled his way through the process. This is the stuff that inspires confidence in U.S. leadership … Continue reading

Fake News, or Did Trump Just Swear an Oath to Climate Change Denialism?

We’ve seen so much propaganda, manipulation and false news, especially that generated by the political parties and the mainstream media, that it is easy to hope this is just another false report. After all, with all the data indicating we … Continue reading

‘Fly Now, Grieve Later’ – a Report About Aviation’s Climate Change Impact (47p)

QUOTE “…Most senior members of the aviation industry do not refute the need to cut emissions, but seek to persuade governments that air travel should be given special treatment….” – Brendon Sewill, in Chapter One of ‘Fly Now, Grieve Later’ … Continue reading

Addressing CO2 & Climate Change: Opening Day at the COP21 in Paris

World delegates are meeting in Paris, from November 30 through December 11, at the 2015 United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP21). [link to official website] On the first day, nearly 150 heads of state were present. U.S. President Barack Obama, who … Continue reading

Recent Articles about Climate Change

On November 6th, President Obama announced his decision to kill Phase IV of the Keystone XL Pipeline. In announcing his decision, President Obama said: “Ultimately, if we’re going to prevent large parts of this Earth from becoming not only inhospitable … Continue reading

Frank LoBiondo’s Chance to Lead on Climate Change

After a year with record high temperatures, extreme drought, and horrific wildfires, our elected leaders may finally be moving past their longstanding political impasse. Ten of the more moderate Republican representatives have signed on to a call for action on climate change. … Continue reading