Harvard Political Review: ‘Reviving Disvestment’ over a cup of Dunkin’ Donuts coffee.

Guest amusement by David Middleton Reviving Disvestment By Ilana Cohen | November 5, 2018 They had been camped outside University Hall since 5 a.m. Charged with cups of Dunkin Donuts coffee, the student activists of Divest Harvard managed to block the entrance to the building for a full day of classes on March 29, 2017.…

Advertisements

“A fossil-free future”… Real words from a real social justice warrior and author of The Parents’ Guide to Climate Revolution

Guest anti-social justice warrior-ing by David Middleton Real Clear Energy was a veritable treasure trove today… Wednesday, September 5 Brent Nears $80 as Gulf of Mexico Rigs Evacuated Staff, Gulf News Iran Will Exert ‘Every Effort’ to Export Oil M. Sergie & A. Shahla, Bloomberg India to Buy Iranian Oil Despite Sanction Threat Staff, The…

CNN Opinion Piece: “If Trump and GOP don’t understand climate change, they don’t deserve public office”… Wrong on every level.

Guest rebuttal by David Middleton From the Climatariat News Network’s Non Sequitur Department: If Trump and GOP don’t understand climate change, they don’t deserve public office By Jill Filipovic Tue August 21, 2018 Jill Filipovic is a journalist based in New York and Nairobi, Kenya, and the author of the book “The H-Spot: The Feminist…

The Guardian: “Climate change denial won’t even benefit oil companies soon”… Is it even grammatically possible to deny climate change?

Guest ridicule by David Middleton I owe the USA Today Editorial Staff an apology.  Their “Hellish July” editorial wasn’t the stupidest thing I’ve ever read.  It wasn’t even the stupidest thing I’ve read this week… Climate change denial won’t even benefit oil companies soon Phil McDuff The damage caused by our addiction to burning fossil…

From "The Stupid, It Burns" Department: "Climate Change Is Already Making People Sicker"

Guest rant by David Middleton Climate change is a central issue at this year’s United Nations General Assembly (UNGA), with multiple high-level meetings on the issue happening amid several devastating natural disasters. Hurricane Irma recently swept through the Caribbean and into Florida, only to be quickly followed by Hurricane Maria. “Climate change casts a long shadow over the development efforts…