Producer of 'An Inconvenient Truth' answers questions

Nothing overly profound that our members weren't already aware of, but Laurie David's phrasing is good and concise. Her calling card - she says it all the time and again in the interview - is that lowering one's impact on climate change isn't about being perfect; it's about doing something, anything, to lower one's personal impact.

On another note, for nuclear news in NC:

Nuclear Power in the News & Observer

Shearon Hearis Facility coverage in the News & Observer

1 comment:

  1. Sorry if this is in the wrong place, I just wanted to share somewhere near the top because time is almost up. The primary will be here on Tuesday so it's my last chance to share. I'm not sure Jim Neal's good environmental stances have really gotten enough media coverage. He is running for US Senate, and I started volunteering with the campaign in part because at an event he addressed environmental concerns and global warming as something that requires a response as strong as we would respond to a world war. I thought that was a very insightful analogy, both in terms of it affects everyone so everyone in the world so everyone should be interested and engaged, and in terms of the level of a response we should have.

    From a dailykos article he is described as:
    "Jim is pro-environment and is very supportive of alternative energy. He believes depending on mid-east oil is a faulty and dangerous policy. Jim even drives a hybrid vehicle."