Thousands Rally in Washington, DC Against Climate Change + James Hansen: Half the Planet is Doomed!

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Forward On Climate Rally

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AlJazeeraEnglish·Feb 17, 2013

Thousands of protesters have gathered in Washington DC to demand government action on climate change.

Organisers say it’s the largest climate change protest in US history.

Al Jazeeraa’s Alan Fisher was there.

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Scientist Says Half the Planet is Doomed!

ebecker2000·Feb 17, 2013

James Hansen continues to study the impact of fossil fuels on volatile weather, and now concludes, if we were to burn all of the fossil fuels, more then half of the planet would be uninhabitable by humans.

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HOW MUCH CHANGE WILL COME FROM HISTORIC CLIMATE CHANGE RALLY?

TheRealNews·Feb 18, 2013

Washington DC climate change rally brings 35,000 protestors together, but activists question if real change in Obama’s policies will spring from protest.

See also:

Pseudo-Protests and Serious Climate Crisis by David Swanson

see

Sanders, Boxer Propose Climate Change Bills + 48 Arrested at Keystone Pipeline Protest

Capitalism Stands As A Death Sentinel Over Planetary Life by Chris Williams

Tar Sands Exposed + Garth Lenz: The True Cost of Oil

Sheldon Whitehouse: Time to Wake Up: Regional Effects of Climate Change

Our War on Nature by Lesley Docksey

The Myth of Human Progress by Chris Hedges

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  5. yes, we are doomed unless we act forcefully now and stop the killing and slaughter of our planet—thanks, to all the protesters who braved the winter clime to help save the planet….

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