Another of Toles' thoughtful sketches: All of us share the same air, live under one sky.
Not my words, but those of Die Spiegel, the leading German publication, which released a recording of what was said inside the room among top leaders from around the world in Cophenhagen, in December 2009, in negotiations to save the climate. Their reporters wrote: The West, [then French President Nicholas] Sarkozy said, had pledged to reduceContinue reading “The moment when our leaders gave up on saving the world”
James Fallows, a wonderful writer and blogger for the Atlantic, is not one to panic, but when it comes to the ice at the roof of the world — upon which hundreds of millions of people depend — he sounds scared. Here's his post from today, on what Obama should be talking about on hisContinue reading “Why China Needs to Think About Climate”
This blog person hasn't spent much time on the climate legislation currently stalled in the Senate, not believing — sadly — it has much if any chance of passage. This position was bolstered by a blunt commentary from the NYTimes funniest columnist Gail Collins, who ranted to David Brooks: An energy bill is much harderContinue reading “China vs. the USA: Blaming the Other for Climate Change”
It’s been too long since I stole from Toles…