Chatting with Gerald Kutney, climate activist who inspired the popular hashtag #ClimateBrawl on twitter- Gerald Kutney is into MSM as a commentator & into politics of the climate crisis with social media. Gerald authored the book Carbon Politics and the Failure of the Kyoto Protocol and now he is currently working on #ClimateBrawl: American Politics & Climate Denialism.
he has Ph.D in chemistry and he is an elected Fellow of the Royal Canadian Geographical Society.  In University of Northern British Columbia as adjunct professor, and he taught the graduate course Climate Change & Global Warming. Now he is living in Ottawa, Canada.  at Carleton University on climate change denial he has presented several guest lectures.
He is also known for having inspired the popular hashtag on Twitter: “#ClimateBrawl.” Gerald  is a climate activist on social media, ranked as a global influencer by SustMeme Climate & Energy Top 500 on Twitter and In “Education & Public Awareness in the #ClimateChange Debate.” he was the #1 global influencer
A staff reporter from The Toronto Star wrote that: “Canadian researcher Gerald Kutney, who has wielded his PhD in chemistry like a blinding blade of science in a relentless twitter campaign against climate denialism.”

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MSM Op-eds:
• Huffpost – Governments Can Support Fossil Fuels And A Climate Policy Simultaneously
• Huffpost – Doug Ford’s Carbon-Tax Phobia Knows No Bounds
• Huffpost – Dear Conservatives, Climate Change Is the Real Threat, Not A Carbon Tax
• National Observer – Against a Price on Carbon Doug Ford’s Propaganda  
• National Observer – Scheer’s Climate Plan: Was It Worth The Wait?
• National Observer – a Shocking Abuse of Political Power to Protect the Oil Industry, In Alberta.
• National Observer – Jason Kenney Blackmailing Canada, Won’t Solve Climate Crisis
• National Observer – Kenney is Hardly Going Green
• National Observer – Conservatives’ Climate Denial Makes Them Political Dinosaurs
• National Observer – Natural disasters aren’t as natural as they used to be
• National Observer – The Oil Apologists

Invited Articles
• Earth Root – Climate Change Denialism: A Paradox
• Earth Root – Confessions of a Climate Brawler

• Climate Samurai – Climate Change: Why are We having this Discussion
• Climate Samurai – #ClimateBrawl: Climate Denial is a Lost Cause
• Happy Eco News – A Personal Guide to the Climate Crisis

• Court of the Grandchildren – #ClimateBrawl
• Dispatches from Upstate New York – Climate Change in Social Media: One’s Man Pursuit of Truth
• Medium – “The Big Elephant In The Room “Unseen Climate Denial” Is Here!”
• The Record – “The Politics of Climate Change”
• TalkTV – Climate Brawl (begins 2:06:18)

• Global News Radio – Lynda Steele Show – Vancouver
• Global News Radio – The Start – Winnipeg
• Irish Tech News – Deconstructing the Climate Change Deniers with Gerald Kutney

• Sudbury Star – “Sudbury Letters: Learning about Climate Change; Forgetting Bernier”
• Windsor Star – “Deniers and Propaganda: Amherstburg Debate Tackles ‘Climate Crisis.’”
• Treehugger – “Canada is Introducing a Big Honking Carbon Tax”
• RT – “Billionaire back-slapping: Branson congratulates Bezos on ‘impressive’ space flight”

• The Toronto Star – “This B.C. researcher’s oilsands theories are being championed by Jason Kenney. Just one problem — experts say they’re not true”
• The Toronto Star – “When Maxime Bernier rants is anyone really listening?”
• Inside Climate News – “’Trollbots’ Swarm Twitter with Attacks on Climate Science Ahead of UN Summit”


By Sai Charan Paloju

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