Weston Climate Group Hosts Climate Change Policy Speaker

Weston Climate Group hosts Climate Change Policy Speaker
Date: February 13th
Time: 7-9pm
Location: Weston Public Library, Community Room
87 School Street, Weston, MA 02493
Speaker: Dr. Stephanie Herring, science policy advisor/ACS fellow working with Rep. Ed Markey

Description:
Stephanie Herring, PhD is a science policy advisor/ACS fellow working with Rep Ed Markey in his capacity as Chairman of the Select Committee on Energy Independence and Global Warming. She will speak on current initiatives in Washington to address climate change and promote energy independence.

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  1. Global Warming legislation just came out of committee. World oil production is now in permanent decline. What oil is left will provide us the only bridge we will have to what comes next. I am asking myself, “Why is the Democratic Party making this a TOLL bridge with the passage of this new tax legislation?”

    The move to change legislative language from “Global Warming” to “Climate Change” confirms Congress’s acknowledgement that the planet is now cooling and that the decline in solar activity is responsible for the “Global Cooling” we are now feeling.

    Dubious? Google “IPCC Global Warming Potential (GWP)” to find the real story on CO2 as an atmospheric trace gas contributing to warming. Oh, by the way, what Prof. Mann’s infamous hockeystick diagram Bristlecone proxy data shows conclusively is that nothing has done more to “GREEN” the planet over the past few decades than moderate sun-driven warming together with elevated levels of CO2, regardless of the source. Increase atmospheric CO2, increase crop and forest production. That’s the bottom line.

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