Here is the report from Governor Doyle’s Global Warming Task Force. It is a bit dated , but most of the information remains valid. There was a very strong consensus on what the state should do to do its part. Click on this link to see the report: http://www.wicci.wisc.edu/
or download the full report here: wisconsin_gov_taskforce_final_2008-3
after clicking go to your downloads to view the file.
Cool Choices, Inc. a WI NGO that promotes voluntary action to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, working through schools, and with businesses and other groups primarily through a game strategy. Click on the image to visit the site and learn more about the wonderful projects they are working on.
Why Save the Planet?
Copyright 2013 – Eco-Justice Ministries
“What good is it to save the planet if humanity suffers?”
That question was asked by the CEO of ExxonMobil at the company’s shareholder meeting 10 days ago. The article where I saw the quote
called it “a rhetorical question” — I guess because he didn’t bother to answer it.
Mr. Tillerson’s question deserves a response. It deserves to be dismantled and rebutted. The question is wrong, on so many levels. So today, let’s think about why it is good to save the planet.
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Implicit in the question is the notion that, if we don’t “save the planet” — if we don’t make the big changes needed to address environmental crisis like climate change — then humanity won’t suffer. Tillerson’s question is designed to highlight any the risks and changes that come with climate action, and to hide the dangers of business as usual (and in this case it really is “business” as usual).