26 Climate Change Myths and Misconceptions

June 5, 2007 at 5:07 pm 1 comment

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In spite of explosive news coverage about global warming over the past year, many people still have only a very rudimentary knowledge of this complex issue. Unfortunately, this lack of knowledge has led to persistent myths, which are slowing down real action that could prevent the worst damage from occurring to our economy and to our environment.

I recently found a great article at New Scientist debunking the 26 most common climate myths and misconceptions.

If you want to help, read New Scientist and arm yourself with knowledge, then tell a friend. Let’s take down these myths once and for all!

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I am passionate about reducing my impact on the environment and am learning to live simply and live green. I am learning the age old arts of home food preservation and cooking from scratch. This is yet another eco-blog and a place for me to really channel my passions for writing, photography and sustainable living.
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