Guest essay by Eric Worrall
h/t Daily Caller – Yet another round of green protests seem to be fizzling, as protestors choose to stay warm indoors, protected by the fossil fuel powered conveniences of modern civilisation, rather than braving cold wet conditions outside.
According to the Daily Caller;
Hurricane Joaquin has really put a damper on a number of anti-global warming rallies set for this weekend at several East Coast colleges.
With Joaquin heading north, environmental activists are opting to stay indoors, curl up and read a good book this Friday and Saturday, instead of protesting rallying for more policies to fight global warming. The group Know Tomorrow has planned climate rallies at schools across the country, but cold rain and an oncoming storm likely have many reconsidering.
Several rallies planned at colleges in the Washington, D.C., area have literally no one registered to attend on Facebook or on Know Tomorrow’s website. Rallies at The George Washington University, Howard University and Baltimore’s Morgan State University combined have only two people registered to attend.
In the Boston area, Know Tomorrow’s “Day of Action” with 17 local colleges has been moved from the Boston Common to the Ritz-Carlton Hotel because of the rain and winds, according to Politico.
Read more: http://dailycaller.com/2015/10/02/global-warming-rallies-thwarted-by-cold-rain/
From the Boston Herald;
TODAY at the RITZ CARLTON! KNOW TOMORROW . . . .
I am teaching Prana Power Yoga™ TODAY at 2pm at a very important event in Boston, and I hope you join me and many others as we come together to KNOW TOMORROW.
To face climate change it’s going to take all of us — a movement in which each and every one of us takes action to motivate our political and business leaders to protect our planet and our society.
TODAY, Bostonians have the opportunity to come together for climate action. KnowTomorrow, a student run organization, is having its local national Day of Action event at the Ritz Carlton on the Boston Common. Join us and enjoy FREE yoga, food and music, while focusing on climate change and the need for all of us to take action
Read more: http://www.bostonherald.com/entertainment/lifestyle/best_life_ever/2015/10/today_know_tomorrow
Moving indoors means fewer embarrassing photos of greens protesting against fossil fuels, dressed in petroleum based plastic cold weather goodness.
No doubt though all this unfortunate activist reliance on plastic, artificial heating, and other products of a high tech, fossil fuel powered civilisation will be a thing of the past, once greens start producing nature friendly cold weather gear from their unicorn wool farm.