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January 18, 2016 Climate Change After ParisSource: US News & World Report
The South Asian country of Bangladesh sits on a low-lying delta plain, where most elevations are less than 30 feet. The alluvial soil is rich but vulnerable to flooding and drought brought on by extreme weather. In 2009 alone,...
January 12, 2016 Paris Global Warming Agreement is One More New Year's ResolutionSource: Forbes
Like most New Year’s resolutions, the hope generated by the Paris climate accord last month will fade into disappointment. Global warming is generating huge risks for our world, and collectively we are managing those risks very...
January 11, 2016 Why climate change is an ethical problemSource: Washington Post
Climate change presents a severe ethical challenge, forcing us to confront difficult questions as individual moral agents, and even more so as members of larger political systems. It is genuinely global and seriously...
Beijing recently announced its second-ever “red alert” for air pollution, as toxic smog again enveloped China’s capital. During the most severe air pollution episode last year, concentrations of the primary pollutants in Beijing...
January 6, 2016 What To Expect In Energy In 2016Source: Forbes
2015 was an abysmal year across the energy space. It was one that investors in the sector won’t soon forget. Master Limited Partnerships (MLPs) lost their swagger, with the Alerian MLP Index (AMZ), a composite of the 50...
January 6, 2016 The ethics of climate change: A primerSource: Washington Post
With a ratcheting up of awareness culminating in the Paris climate change conference, 2015 may have been the year that the threat of climate change was finally taken seriously. But a question remains: Who, if anyone, is most...
January 5, 2016 1001 Reasons Why Global Warming Is So Totally Over In 2016Source: Breitbart
Climate change is over. It’s a busted flush. The alarmists now have all the credibility of bewildered Harold Camping followers shivering on a mountaintop the morning after the night before, looking all shifty and embarrassed as...
January 4, 2016 Looking at the environment from many anglesSource: Sudbury Star
With the Conference of the Parties (COP21) recently wrapped up in Paris and increasing attention being paid to climate change, The Star asked Buchanan a series of questions about his work and the way forward in building...
January 4, 2016 Winning World War III, Climate Change EditionSource: Clean Technica
The impacts of climate change have long crossed the line of plausible deniability and we are now deep into a period that has all the hallmarks of a world war in terms of human suffering and the destruction of infrastructure and...
January 4, 2016 How Iceland Drilled For Renewable Energy And Struck TouristsSource: Forbes
PARIS—The president of Iceland credits renewable energy for reviving the tiny island nation’s economy after financial collapse. Geothermal energy provided the baseload Iceland needed to recover, said President Ólafur Ragnar...
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