climate change

Reader Input: Deniers selfish, irresponsible

So, the medical staff approaches the parents and advises them that their second-hand smoke is the cause of their child’s debilitating disease. The parents respond in disbel ...

Reader Input: Respect work of the scientists

The president recently dictated that emissions from coal-fired plants must be reduced. This resulted in predictable denial of the effects of CO2 on global warming. The mantra of th ...

Reader Input: Act now on climate change

We must act now on climate change Please let us do everything in power to help climate change before it’s too late and the damage becomes irreversible! Melynda Quinn, Fol ...

Reader Input: Coal-fired plants a major culprit

As a member of Physicians for Social Responsibility, I know it’s urgent to roll back climate change, the greatest threat to human health in our century. Coal-fired power pl ...

Reader Input: Data overwhelm climate deniers

Re: “Pulling a fast one on climate change” (Reader Input, May 20): Let me help: Duncan Elledge had trouble finding support for the human activity as a cause for globa ...

Reader Input: Pulling a fast one on climate change

I, too, welcome good, open talk re: climate change, but good reliable information is just as, if not more important. Mr. (Herb) Tanimoto (“Good global warming talk,” Re ...

Another View: Environment: The best shade is light green

It’s hard for me to understand why people keep taking difficult, complicated issues and defining them in black-and-white terms. Let’s take the issue of “global wa ...

Reader Input: Debate heats up over climate change

Les Polette (“Thanks for confirming lies,” Reader Input, May 11) makes my point for me with his statement that the human in the down suit is a heat source. The Earth is ...

Reader input: Thanks for confirming lies

I hate to rain on Mr. (John) Sisson’s parade in his rebuttal (“The physics of carbon dioxide,” Reader Input, April 13). However, because of his and the Internatio ...

Reader Input: Earth lacks time to dither with climate

I wonder how Tom McClintock did in high school and college chemistry, physics and geology (“California water: It’s the storage presenting the problem,” Another Vi ...