Archive for the "Newsletters" Category

  • Nov/Dec Newsletter

    Please find our current Newsletter:  NOV_4CPNL_2013 Also attached is the 10 takeaways from the 2013 IPCC report from 4CP Board member, Dr. Gerry Bricks: NOV_4CPNL_2013 supplement.     We encourage you to provide feedback or comments through our FaceBookPage ,https://www.facebook.com/4CPCITIZENS or on our comments sections of our

  • September 2013 Newsletter

    Please check out our new Newsletter with revised formats: Click Here: 

  • February 2013 Newsletter

    Click here to view our newest version of our February newsletter.  A BIG THANK YOU TO Lisa Daily, who provided volunteer graphic art work for this. 

  • January 2013 Newsletter

    Click on to the link to read the January verison of our Newsletter: 

  • September 2012 Newsletter

    Read all about it!  September's Newsletter...Click here....

  • October 2012 Newsletter

    Catch up on our October Newletter....Click here...

  • November 2012 Newsletter

    The November Newsletter is now being provided via a PDF.  Please click on to the attachment to view.  November 2012 Newsletter

  • July 2012 Newsletter

    We like Feedback. Remember – Global Warming is Irreversible! Write to us at billhaaf@verizon.net July Big Concerns Solutions Fun Stuff Answer the Question & Win a Prize

  • June 2012 Newsletter

    We like Feedback. Remember – Global Warming is Irreversible! Write to us at billhaaf@verizon.net June Issues - Scary Solutions Neat Stuff Identify the Picture

  • Dec 2011 Newsletter

    Global Warming:    We are going to discuss “Solutions” this Month Let’s Recap from last month: http://chescocooler.org/online/uncategorized/november-newsletter/ 1.       World headed for irreversible climate change 2.       Permafrost  &  Peat Bogs warming  will  release  massive amounts of GHG:  CO2 and Methane 3.       CO2 traps more heat causing lots of Bad things from Crop failures; To more intense storms; To acidic oceans 4.       Where does most of above CO2 come ?  Mostly from Coal; Mostly to produce electricity. 5.       Congress is in a grid lock. Many won’t admit the Science is