Governors in several Republican-led states, including Florida's Ron DeSantis, are focusing on the effects rather than the causes of climate change
Republican governors are confronting rising sea levels and wildfires as concern increases. “We’re not doing any left-wing stuff,” Florida’s Ron DeSantis says.
Jan. 23, 2022 10:00 am ETMIAMI—Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis visited the coastal city of Oldsmar recently to unveil projects including sea walls and drainage systems intended to address flooding. The state is seeing rising sea levels, and Florida’s environmental and economic successes are intertwined, Mr. DeSantis and other speakers said.
The Republican governor, unlike many of his Democratic counterparts, didn’t use the term “climate change” or endorse specific policies aimed at combating factors that most climate scientists say are driving warming, such as greenhouse-gas emissions. He focused on responding to the effects of a warming climate.Read more: The Wall Street Journal »
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14 year subscriber… I canceled WSJ on Friday. There is no such thing as conventional wisdom anymore. Conventional and wisdom is an oxymoron now. DEATHSANTIS IS ANOTHER TRUMP……BUT YOUNGER.💀💀💀💀💀 As they should. How is anything going to get done if Eastern Europe is exempt from emissions targets ? By definition conservatives are reactionaries.
DeSantis has it backwards again. Just like with covid. No thanks. Rightfully so. The state of Florida can’t control what China and india do. China just started up the first of four 1,000-megawatt units at a new coal-fired power plant. Yet, no Dem pol wants to talk about this… This man can’t ever be president!
That way his big donors don’t get called out.
‘The Territory’ Review: Indigenous Brazilians Stand Their Ground in an Urgent Environmental Docu-ThrillerDual forces of climate change and cultural genocide overlap to devastating effect in “The Territory,” threatening not just a native community but a wider ecosystem — and cheered on by t…
The Maldives is being swallowed by the sea. Can it adapt?The archipelago has bet its future on construction of an artificial, elevated island that could house a majority of the population of nearly 555,000 people So many qns. Let’s start with, Why are cars allowed or scooters for that matter? The islands including Male are tiny. Physician heal thyself as the saying goes or at least give that impression. Maldives has two main problems: rising sea and waste management. Why don't they take a Japanese solution: build artificial islands of garbage? Japan jdr_secretariat jica_direct_en can you send experts from Kobe to the Maldives to do this? Hey muscular man, let plant mangrove around your beach! Don't waste your energy only fuck a women. 😃
Kamala Harris announces wildfire money in California visitWith extreme wildfires becoming more common due to the effects of climate change , the federal government is redoubling efforts to mitigate them. Let me let me translate for you We are going to begin to resourced the forest have a great weekend Does she have a plan? Or just throw BIG MONEY at it and it makes it looks like they are trying?
Study Links COVID Vaccine Symptoms to 'Nocebo Effect' PhenomenonResearch from Harvard Medical School and Beth Israel suggests 'nocebo effect' causes 76 percent of common side effects after the first COVID vaccine
Many COVID-19 vaccine side effects caused by placebo effect: StudyIchooseCOVAXIN The vaccinated still gets infected too. Man, covid is losing steam. I see less stories on it everyday. What's the next big move?
Alaska will try something completely new in the fall electionAlaska’s Supreme Court ruled this week that a new election system can go forward, clearing the way for ranked-choice voting to get its highest-profile test yet in a contested U.S. Senate race there.
Arian.Alex Pritz ’s documentary immerses us over the course of three years in the lives, livelihoods and dwindling homeland of the Indigenous Uru-eu-wau-wau people, whose supposedly protected patch of Amazon rainforest is under attack from all sides by farmers, miners and settlers who think nothing of deforesting swaths of jungle that don’t belong to them.atolls.Copied! Print With large, damaging wildfires becoming more common due to the effects of climate change, the federal government is redoubling its efforts to mitigate them.
Campo-Flores@dowjones.com Jan. Instead, this short, sharply crafted Sundance premiere makes an impact with both its bleak, blunt messaging and its muscular formal construction, as the turf war in question takes on the heated urgency of a thriller. 23, 2022 10:00 am ET MIAMI—Florida Gov. The relationship is one of fundamental fluidity. Ron DeSantis visited the coastal city of Oldsmar recently to unveil projects including sea walls and drainage systems intended to address flooding. Not content merely to be sympathetic victims under the gaze of the camera, they often wield it themselves, and the film benefits from their righteously inflamed point of view. The state is seeing rising sea levels, and Florida’s environmental and economic successes are intertwined, Mr.” The federal government will provide $600 million in disaster money to help California recover from a historically severe wildfire season that saw fires scorch nearly 2.
DeSantis and other speakers said.” So says Bitate, an 18-year-old Uru-eu-wau-wau chosen by his elders to lead the community’s outward-facing Jupau Association — responsibility for defending their land from opposing forces thus coming to rest on his slender shoulders.” In other words, when ocean makes up more than 99 percent of your country, you’d better love it. The Republican governor, unlike many of his Democratic counterparts, didn’t use the term “climate change” or endorse specific policies aimed at combating factors that most climate scientists say are driving warming, such as greenhouse-gas emissions. He focused on responding to the effects of a warming climate. Onscreen maps and graphics repeatedly show how the rainforest’s green abundance has ceded acreage in recent decades to treeless cattle-farm country, among other industrial victors. To Read the Full Story .) Most of the islands—including the capital Malé—stand about 3.