I love the tag line here. On a side note, the Pentagon has even referred to climate change as the single greatest threat to national security we currently face, and–ironically–where does the Republican Party stand on the issue?
They thought the frozen earth would keep it safely hidden. They were wrong
Source: A Radioactive Cold War Military Base Will Soon Emerge From Greenland’s Melting Ice | Science | Smithsonian
And why not? We’ve declared war on everything else in this country.
We’re under attack by a powerful enemy—and our only hope is to mobilize like we did in WWII.
Source: We Need to Literally Declare War on Climate Change | New Republic
It’s certainly one way to get the Republicans to sit up and take notice.
Bernie Sanders says climate change is our biggest national security issue. Is he right? And what does it mean if he is?
Source: How Climate Change Became a National Security Problem
My, how things change?!
The oil and gas giant took climate change seriously.
Source: Exxon’s Own Scientists Confirmed Climate Change—In the 70s | WIRED
He attributed environmental destruction to apathy, the reckless pursuit of profits, excessive faith in technology and political shortsightedness.
Source: Pope Francis, in Sweeping Encyclical, Calls for Swift Action on Climate Change
Dear Congress, please listen to your engineers and scientists. They got us to the moon. They’re probably smarter than you.
A new NASA study finds the last remaining section of Antarctica’s Larsen B Ice Shelf, which partially collapsed in 2002, is quickly weakening and likely to disintegrate completely before the end of the decade.
Source: NASA Study Shows Antarctica’s Larsen B Ice Shelf Nearing Its Final Act