Let me tell ya something: it doesn’t matter if our next Executive branch believes in anthropogenic climate change. The next head of the EPA can burn all the methane that he personally emits for all it will matter. We’re way beyond thinking that anything we do now will stop these effects within our lifetimes, or those of our children or grandchildren. What we need to be doing now is preparing for the world that we have inherited from the consequences of our collective and individual action and inaction.
Some of you may be more worried now about your privacy and the protection of your civil liberties. I have been a long-time advocate for maintaining private, encrypted communications, and have stayed on top of the technology. Here are some things you should do, right now:
Good for Denver. It’s a small start in a large fleet. And what you need to remember is ongoing maintenance and operational costs over the vehicle’s service lifetime will more than offset the increased purchase cost.
The city of Denver plans to add 200 plug-in electric vehicles to its fleet by 2020, saving the city an estimated $800,000 over the next decade and cutting 2,300 metric tons of greenhouse gas emissi…
I like how having a favorite composer nowadays allows you to follow him/her more closely than would previously be possible.
Lady Gaga is known for her outlandish outfits, but this is just ridiculous.
Good men, having done nothing, must now learn to fiddle as match factories ramp up production.