Climate Reality Project Blog Policy

Updated: Oct 24, 2020

Please be aware of the following policies for this Climate Reality Blog:

  • Any participant views or opinions expressed in the Blog section of this website are solely those of the author and do not represent those of The Climate Reality Project.

  • Do not post content that is defamatory, pornographic, violent, hateful (i.e., hate speech), abusive, vulgar, or offensive. Do not post content that contains threatening or harassing language, personal attacks of any kind, or discriminatory terms targeting specific individuals or groups. Repeated comments that violate these terms will result in the user being banned fromthe Blog.

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  • Climate Reality reserves the right to remove comments from users that do not relate to climate change, solutions, and renewable energy.

  • Climate Reality Project Dallas Fort Worth Chapter encourages friendly discussion over the fine points of climate science, but takes the position established by 97 percent of professional climate scientists that man-made climate change is a fact. We

  • reserve the right to delete Blog posts from and/or ban users repeating erroneous, misleading, or non-evidence-based claims and users consistently making disrespectful or disparaging comments.

  • Gratuitous links to external sites are viewed as spam and will result in the comment being removed and the user being banned.

  • Communications made via the Climate Reality Project Dallas Fort Worth Chapter website will in no way constitute a legal or official notice or comment to The Climate Reality Project or any official or employee of The Climate Reality Project for any purpose.

  • Climate Reality welcomes all points of view and opinions, but reserves the right to remove posted Blog posts that do not adhere to these standards.

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