Petroleum Executives Visit Trump, Increasing Offshore Oil Drilling

Published on Mar 18, 2018

The American Petroleum Industry (API) and the Independent Petroleum Association of America (IPAA) held meetings at the Trump Hotel in DC. At the same time, these associations are also lobbying the Trump administration for an expansion of offshore oil exploration


Cities and States – A Tale of Two Cities & Two States of Mind | EV & N 272 | Cambridge Community Television
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Sea level is rising faster than our capacity to think about it in coastal areas. From Miami to Boston, coastal cities are still foolishly expanding their waterfronts as desirable high-end real estate ventures, ignoring the well established facts about sea-level rise and the devastated future that these investments will leave as a legacy to future generations.

See also:

What Type Of Water Should We Be Drinking?


“Pox Americana”


Outrage over removal of IDF Women’s Day video after ‘religious backlash’


2018-2030 Mini Ice Age Global Weather Forecast | Mini Ice Age 2015-2035

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Published on Jun 13, 2016

Looking back through the last 2000 year we have good climatic data to show us when grand Solar Minimums occurred and how long they lasted. With new scientific data and observations of the Sun’s activity, we can see that we are headed back into another Grand Solar Minimum. Therefore we can look back in time and predict the future of Australia’s and our planets climate for the next 40 years.
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Adapting Miami to Climate Change | Climate Central

Program Summary

On August 29, 2005, Hurricane Katrina tore into Louisiana and Mississippi, causing such catastrophic destruction along the coast and in places like New Orleans that some cities and towns are still struggling to rebuild.

What some may forget is that four days earlier, Katrina made its first landfall in South Florida.

People there, though, haven’t forgotten. In fact, some in Florida who lived through Katrina now are preparing for climate change-related disasters they fear could be more damaging than a hurricane.