The World Economic Forum praised Doconomy. "While many of us are aware that we need to reduce our carbon footprint, advice on doing so can seem nebulous and keeping a tab is difficult. DO monitors and cuts off spending, when we hit our carbon max."
Biden on September 7, 2021: "This is an opportunity. I think the country's finally acknowledged the fact that global warming is real. And it’s moving at an incredible pace and we've go to do something about it." ... "I think we are at one of those inflection points where we either act or we're going to be - we're going to be in real, real trouble. Our kids are going to be in real trouble."
Extreme weather expert Dr. Roger Pielke Jr.: 'A lie is born': 'How to trick a president with poor data practices Trump issued zero statewide disaster declarations for weather/climate events 2017-2020 Biden has already issued 8 statewide declarations in 2021...Federal Disaster Declarations reflect presidential politics + disasters."
"So does that mean that we can just make stuff up? I do not understand the quality control problems in climate journalism but they are spectacular."
DailyKos: "Surely, though, dear readers, you are all much too mature to flood Morano’s email with the most disgusting content the internet has to offer...But it just goes to show that there are much more entertaining ways to blow off steam than with threatening violence or sending intimidating messages, like sending Marc Morano graphic and disturbing content that will make it difficult and painful for him to sort through his email every day because he doesn’t know if he’s about to open an email with an offer for more dirty money, or with a dirty picture he’ll never be able to unsee.
"Climate distress is very difficult, if not impossible, to bear alone...The IPCC report is the bearer of alarming news for all on Earth. How can we best hear and respond to this alarm, caring for ourselves and others while mustering motivation and commitment for desperately needed action? The research of climate psychology tells us that rather than suppress or avoid our distress, we need to welcome it as a healthy response to the climate crisis. If we are not feeling some level of fear and grief, we are in denial. Acknowledging the myriad feelings of distress we have in response to climate breakdown is crucial for sustained action in response. Our feelings show us how much we care about our world, our communities, our lives and our loved ones. This caring is the basis for the action and change our world needs from us all right now.