This celebrity wins our vote for protecting the #environment with style!
Most papaya in Hawaii are genetically modified. There are reports of “eco-terrorists” chopping down GMO trees to protest non-labeling and growing of genetically modified crops. What do you think of using extreme measures like this to get the point across?
Bees are suffering from CCD, and pesticides are only contributing to the problem.
The president of the United States is an easy man to criticize. Someone with so much responsibility has to have a weak point, so all one has to do is wait for one of the thousands of balls the president is juggling to fall, and then blame him for letting that issue go. Critics of Obama’s green energy philosophy have been aiming at everything from the presumed infeasibility of renewable energy sources to the cost of such measures in an attempt to discredit what will probably be known as Obama’s piece de resistance.
Republicans are now targeting unemployment as the newest weakness in Obama’s renewable energy plan. Obama promised that sustainable energy in all its forms would create employment for American citizens. The Copper Mountain Solar Project overlooking Nevada only created ten jobs for residents of the United States, doing little to ease unemployment in republican eyes.
The fallacy in this line of thinking is that green energy naysayers are looking solely at one plant, but comparing it to the considerable sum of money that Obama has spent revolutionizing how we power our homes all over the United States. While billions of dollars is a lot of money for one small factory to produce ten jobs, it’s much more effective when considering the widespread effect renewable energy is having on the country as a whole.