Friday, September 29, 2006

The Political Climate: Carbon Coalition

The Politicial Climate is a blog on the Carbon Coalition Web site. It speaks for New Hampshire Citizens for a Responsible Energy Policy, and is an ongoing commentary fon the NH Primary and Climate Change.

Kudos to the Carbon Coalition for their first step into the blogging ring in August of this year. Their topic categories include election, energy, policy, etc., which gives you a good idea that their focus in on influencing voters and candidates regarding climate change, and to keep us updated on who says (and does) what during the primaries.

Their affiliated organizations include well known and reputable New Hampshire organizations: the Society for the Protection of New Hampshire Forests, Audubon Society of New Hampshire, and NHPIRG (New Hampshire Public Interest Research Group); and then some well-known national organizations, Appalachian Mountain Club and Clean Air-Cool Planet.

Keep an eye on this blog, I expect it to become a powerful champion of our future.

The greatest negative of this blog is that it don't allow comments, and all the posts are anonymous. Hey folks, I realize that global warming is a hot topic (pun intended), but moderate your posts, and allow some disagreement. That is what blogging is about. Also I'd be interested in knowing who is the author, and if there is more than one.

J

1 comment:

Toby Ball said...

As one of the bloggers on The Political Climate, I want to thank you for your kind words about our blog. I wanted to clear up one point, which is that we do accept comments and post them when we get them. We have not received very many so far and none have taken issue with anything we've written. We would welcome dissenting views and debate, and will post such messages when we recieve them.

Thanks,

Toby Ball
Field Organizer
Carbon Coalition