The Environment/Climate Change Blog was created as an interactive and timely educational tool that gives you the freedom to publish content on our website. The intent is for you to effectively comment on the topic and provide accurate and factual information to assist our membership in recognizing and resolving issues in government and policy. Your participation with an accurate, appropriate and quality post will help us implement your ideas into our Classrooms, our Facebook Teams and our Advocacy Groups. You are welcome to join in the dialog.
Climate change is one of the most complex issues facing us today. It involves many dimensions – science, economics, society, politics, moral and ethical questions – and is a global problem, felt on local scales that will be around for decades and centuries to come. Carbon dioxide, the heat-trapping greenhouse gas that has driven recent global warming, lingers in the atmosphere for hundreds of years, and the planet (especially the oceans) takes a while to respond to warming. So even if we stopped emitting all greenhouse gases today, global warming and climate change will continue to affect future generations. In this way, humanity is “committed” to some level of climate change.
The CPF is at the forefront of environmental science, using the most recent research to shape environmental protection and legislative action and is vigorously working towards greater control of our environment. The Environmental Science Team (EST) develops policy initiatives, opportunities to raise political awareness, cultivate new ideas, participate in an agenda lead by internet and Web based teams.
You can contribute to this important membership segment of the Citizens Policy Foundation by joining the Environmental Science Team (EST) on our Facebook page. Our aim is for you to participate in this Blog and become a member of our research, education and action plan. We provide internet teams to communicate information about national, regional, and local activities as well as opportunities set policy, communicates that policy, and actively hear from and interact with elected leaders and our local communities. Join us