Tuesday Twitter finds
We love Twitter. We hate Twitter. Okay, I mostly hate Twitter. But it can really make your day when you read a great tweet.
I believe climate change is real.
I believe that human emissions of greenhouse gases are a major cause of climate change.
READ my op-ed in the @WashTimes about my plan to combat #ClimateChange: https://t.co/hCIrKUJyIr
— Sen. Lamar Alexander (@SenAlexander) September 10, 2019
Senator Lamar Alexander has long called for climate action. His Manhattan Project for Clean Energy, a five-year project with ten grand challenges modeled after the race to develop the atomic bomb, is designed to "place us firmly on a path toward dealing with climate change, and at the same time, produce large amounts of reliable, clean energy that lifts family incomes in our country and around the world." In this Washington Times opinion essay, Alexander explains his rational—and the stakes.
In Florida, Rep. Matt Gaetz is newer to the climate bandwagon, but his message is clear and simple:
Climate change is real. It is silly to argue with thermometers. https://t.co/Qs9gZbtYID
— Matt Gaetz (@mattgaetz) September 6, 2019
We agree. Just don't.
And for fun, EcoRight meme-creator extraordinaire Tyler Gilette makes us laugh on the regular.
My friends and family questioning me: pic.twitter.com/i8abvBlD78
— Tyler Gillette (@TylerGillette99) September 9, 2019
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