Here’s How You Can Fight Climate Apocalypse This Summer Or Something

Yes, it seems like there’s at least on cult piece on this every year, and USA Today’s Kaleb A. Brown steps up to the plate, though, he forgot to tell us whether he’s following these steps. And what the USA Today is doing, as they use quite a bit of fossil fuels to deliver their overpriced papers

With global warming intensifying, here are 10 ways you can fight climate change this summer

In December of 2017, 196 countries signed the Paris Agreement. Through reducing carbon emissions, this agreement aims to limit this century’s temperature increase to 2º C (3.6º F) at most, though it has 1.5º C (2.7º F) as a lower, more optimistic threshold. “[1.5º C] is an indicator of the point at which climate impacts will become increasingly harmful for people and indeed the entire planet,” said World Meteorological Organization Secretary-General Petteri Taalas in a recent statement.

Blah blah blah. Here are the 10

Put on your walking shoes

Free from the cold of winter and the allergies of spring, summer is when many find being outside a treat instead of a chore. Since the weather’s so nice, why not give walking a try? According to the EPA, transportation makes up a vast majority of carbon emissions, so it’s a good idea to cut back on your car rides where you can or try carpooling.

Ride a bike when a walk just won’t cut it

Or, you can mind your own f’ing business

Wear a bathing suit made from recycled materials

Put on ocean-friendly sunscreen

Use bug spray that keeps wildlife safe

Use a reusable bag for groceries

Drink from a reusable water bottle

Charge your devices with a solar-powered battery

Have you noticed that most of these are about the environment, not ‘climate change’?

Swap your meat for Beyond Meat

Opt for a fan instead of the AC

Speaking of beating the heat, you’ll want a way to cool off besides drinking water. For many people, this means buying and using air conditioning. But that uses a lot of electricity and therefore burns a lot of fossil fuel. We’ve compared fans and AC and found that part of what makes using a fan so effective when you’re feeling overheated is that a fan cools you down directly, instead of the whole room around you. Consider using a fan if you can stay close to the fan and if it’s under 95º F outside. We recommend the Dreo tower fan for its 90-degree oscillation and many speed options. Plus, you can integrate it with Alexa and Google Home.

Did Kaleb do this? How about at the USA Today buildings?

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8 Responses to “Here’s How You Can Fight Climate Apocalypse This Summer Or Something”

  1. Elwood P. Dowd says:

    Teach tells others to mind their own fucking business!

    But isn’t the environment the business of us all? We all live on Earth. Just because Teach doesn’t understand doesn’t alter reality.

    And what business is it of Teach’s if a woman needs an abortion? Or if gays want to marry?

    • drowningpuppies says:

      Maybe because it’s his blog, dipshit.
      Why don’t you start your own instead of whining about what Teach does with his?

      Bwaha! Lolgf

      • david7134 says:

        He can’t create a blog. He would have to believe in something to begin with. Other than that he is a loser, in my opinion, and killed his corporation because he hung around here, in my opinion.

        • drowningpuppies says:

          Actually Rimjob is too lazy and too stupid. He proves it with his every comment cribbed from commentors over at the field negro or Daily Kos.
          Never anything close to being original or clever.

          Bwaha! Lolgf

    • James Lewis says:

      Dear Elwood:

      Will you never learn?

      “The most important thing to remember about climate models which are used to project future global warming is that they were “tuned” with the assumption I started this article with: that the climate system is in a natural state of energy balance, and that there is no long-term climate change unless humans cause it.

      This is an arbitrary and illogical assumption. The climate system is an example of a “nonlinear dynamical system”, which means it can change all by itself. For example, slow changes in the rate of vertical overturning of the world’s oceans can cause global warming (or global cooling) with no “external forcing” of the climate system whatsoever.

      Instead, the climate models are “tuned” to not produce natural climate change. If a 100-year run of the model produces change, the model is adjusted to removed the “drift”.’

    • Dana says:

      The distinguished Mr Dowd wrote:

      And what business is it of Teach’s if a woman needs an abortion? Or if gays want to marry?

      What business is it of yours if a man wants to keep slaves?

      Abortion kills a living human being

      If two homosexuals want to marry, it’s no business of mine until they start to make it my business, by trying to sue the church for not recognizing it or providing a venue or priest for their ‘marriage’ ceremony, or start to claim that I must somehow provide it with legal recognition.

      • The Liberal but not libertarian Elwood P. Dowd says:

        Mx Dana asks:

        What business is it of yours if a man wants to keep slaves?

        None of my business. But of the man actually imprisons people it is all our business.

        Abortion kills a living human being.

        Abortion kills a living zygote, embryo or fetus.

        Same-sex marriage is none of your business.

  2. Doom and Gloom says:


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