“It is unacceptable that we have textbooks in our schools that spread doubt about the human causes and urgency of the crisis."
Bigelow is also the co-author of a textbook on environmental education, A People’s Curriculum for the Earth. Asked if this resolution will cause the district to buy new textbooks, such as his book, Bigelow said ReThinking Schools is a nonprofit, not a money-maker.
Four Massachusetts teens who say they were sick of watching the state drag its feet on global warming went to court — and yesterday came away with a historic victory that could have lasting effects for decades. The Supreme Judicial Court has sided with Olivia Gieger and Shamus Miller of Wellesley High School, and Isabel Kain and James Coakley of Boston Latin School — high school kids who sued the Department of Environmental Protection. The court agreed with them that the state has failed to fulfill its legal obligation to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
ABC News gushes: 'A symbolic photo opportunity designed to remind the public of its duty to protect the health of future generations'
Climate Depot response: 'Sec. Kerry quite simply used his grandkid as a prop of utter nonsense while he signed away U.S. sovereignty by signing an agreement that pretends to control global climate and weather events and is designed to redistribute wealth, centrally plan our future with UN bureaucrats gaining more power over our nation and our lives. Are we supposed to be impressed?'