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Reducing global warming

Reducing global warming

Greens score high on the political scorecard for climate change By Mark Dunlea, Green Party of New York State The severe weather patterns throughout the U.S. and the world—drought, floods, heat waves, forest fires—seem to be finally waking up the American public to the fact climate change is not only real, but is already happening. Presidential candidate Jill Stein’s Green New Deal is part of the worldwide effort by the Green Party to take immediate action to confront climate change…

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Last Chance For Our Planet?

Last Chance For Our Planet?

Global Greens at the U.N. Climate Change Congress in Bali Mike Feinstein, Advisor, International Committee of the Green Party of the United States With the eyes of the world upon them, more than 11,000 delegates, observers and media converged on the small Indone sian island of Bali for the United Nations Framework Con vention on Climate Change (UN FCCC), December 3-14. The question before them was “would/could the nations of the world agree to next steps on confronting climate change?”…

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Don’t Just Say Goodbye To Cheap Oil — Say Goodbye To The Need For Oil

Don’t Just Say Goodbye To Cheap Oil — Say Goodbye To The Need For Oil

A Green Look At The Global Energy Crisis by Scott Derby, Green Party of New York State In a paper presented to the American Petroleum Institute in 1956, Dr. M. King Hubbert outlined what would be called the “peak oil” theory. His research showed that, based on past and current oil production and field discoveries, oil production in the United States would peak in the 1970’s. He was right. Hubbert later predicted that global peak oil would be reached between…

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Scottish Greens Support Minority Government In Holyrood

Scottish Greens Support Minority Government In Holyrood

Scottish Greens Support Minority Government In Holyrood Accord With Scottish National Party Gains Cooperation On Global Warming by Mike Feinstein, advisor, International Committee of the Green Party of the United States Despite falling from seven to two members in the Scottish parliament, the Scottish Green Party has helped to determine who will govern the country over the next four years. On May 3rd, Scotland held elections for the 129 seats in its parliament, informally called Holyrood. In 1999, Scottish Green…

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