Is it getting warmer in here?

One of the rea­sons I like “non­vi­o­lence” as a catch-all orga­niz­ing prin­ci­ple is that it let you range across to some of the root issues that need to be addressed. One of the­se is the cli­mat­ic effects that humans are hav­ing upon the Earth. The _New Yorker_ has been run­ning some arti­cles: check out part one of Eliz­a­beth Kolbert’s “The Cli­mate of Man (part one)”:http://www.newyorker.com/fact/content/?050425fa_fact3 (“part two is here”:http://www.newyorker.com/fact/content/?050502fa_fact3).
One of the more use­ful set of links and dis­cus­sions I’ve read late­ly comes from a post titled “Cli­mate Change Activism”:http://www.am464.net/archives/2005/05/climate_change.html on a blog called The Pub­lic Quak­er. It’s not enough to know that the cli­mate is going to hell in a hand­bas­ket and shout­ing the warn­ings out from the rooftops is often inef­fec­tive. The PQ talks about how we can help get a move­ment togeth­er that moti­vates peo­ple to build the world we want. Cool stuff and she has links to the work of oth­ers as well.