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Saturday, October 18, 2014

Climate tweets for 17 October 2014

Florida denier pols challenged as rising sea levels get more real:  via @washingtonpost 
[flooding, science, denial]

Spot Water Shortages Begin in Sao Paulo:  via @BloombergNews 
[Brazil, drought]

When Climate Change Has Already Come: @CityLab:
[sea level, Virginia]

Desert drought dust ups avalanche danger in Colorado backcountry: @COindependent:

South Pacific climate activists blockade Australia coal port: … via @BBCNews
[sea level, flooding]

Businesses go green, little faith in U.N. climate plan: … via @TR_Foundation 
[investing, divestment, risk]

Curry Advocates Against Action on Climate Change: @HuffPostGreen:
[Judith Curry, science, denial]

RT TGWF @greenwebfound:
Do you want Twitter to stop burning #coal? Sign the petition @Avaaz:  #climatemarch continues online!


  1. As of 11/24 I still come here for the links on the right, but I miss the tweets. Hope all is well with you.

    1. Yes, all is well, thanks. Posting the tweets to the blog was an experiment that didn't seem to be too successful, so I ultimately scrubbed it due to lack of time. I'm still shedding things from my schedule, and pondering a possible return to some blogging. Yours is the first reaction to my stopping with posting the tweets, so I've assumed they aren't being missed much.

  2. Well, I had mean meaning to speak up earlier. One link I think I got from your site was:
    which describes a coal train which is getting ready to come within about a mile of my house. Gotta go out and get more active about this, I post something to facebook once a week, I need to think of something more that I can do.
    Anyway, thanks, hope to speak to you again sometime.

    1. Twitter is a very good platform for activism and doesn't require too much time (as with Facebook, you can give it as much or as little time as you have available). You can also look around for anti-coal groups (like Sierra Club's Beyond Coal campaign) to work with. Good luck!