Jeff Goodell Quotes and its meanings

Jeff Goodell has written on many topics. Some of the topics he has discussed most are as follows;

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  • In the U.S. alone, weather disasters caused $50 billion in economic damages in 2010.
  • Extracting oil from the tar sands is a nasty, polluting, energy-intensive business.
  • Bill Gates is a relative newcomer to the fight against global warming, but he's already shifting the debate over climate change.
  • Among all the tests President Obama faced in his first term, his biggest failure was climate change.
  • Geoengineering - the deliberate, large-scale manipulation of the earth's climate to offset global warming - is a nightmare fix for climate change.
  • Obama wants to be thought of as the president who freed us from foreign oil. But if he doesn't show some political courage, he may well be remembered as the president who cooked the planet.
  • One of the big questions in the climate change debate: Are humans any smarter than frogs in a pot? If you put a frog in a pot and slowly turn up the heat, it won't jump out. Instead, it will enjoy the nice warm bath until it is cooked to death. We humans seem to be doing pretty much the same thing.
  • Americans don't pay much attention to environmental issues, because they aren't sexy. I mean, cleaning up coal plants and reining in outlaw frackers is hugely important work, but it doesn't get anybody's pulse racing.
  • Mark Ruffalo, aka the Incredible Hulk, is the natural gas industry's worst nightmare: a serious, committed activist who is determined to use his star power as a superhero in the hottest movie of the moment to draw attention the environmental and public health risks of fracking.
  • Have we failed to slow global warming pollution in part because climate and environmental activists have been too polite and well behaved?