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THINGS-TO-THINK-ABOUT THURSDAY, April 19:

  • TTTA Thursday-Study Shows A Carbon Tax Can Work
  • TTTA Thursday-Wind Power Was 6.3% Of U.S. Power In 2017
  • TTTA Thursday-Global Solar Boom To Get Bigger In 2018
  • TTTA Thursday-U.S. Cities Are Getting More Efficient
  • THE DAY BEFORE

  • ORIGINAL REPORTING: Utility Pilot Projects Could Soothe Contentious Regulatory Proceedings
  • ORIGINAL REPORTING: Utility Success With Corporate Renewables Moves On Existing Load
  • THE DAY BEFORE THE DAY BEFORE

  • TODAY’S STUDY: The Surprising Value Of Solar
  • QUICK NEWS, April 17: Kids Demand Moral Response To Climate Change; Wind Delivers Big Money To Struggling Rural Ohio; Studies Leave Doubt Of Need For Old Energy
  • THE DAY BEFORE THAT

  • TODAY’S STUDY: Delivering Solar To Everybody
  • QUICK NEWS, April 16: 4 Lessons For Talkin’ Climate Change; Turning Trash Into Solar Power; New Atlantic Coast Areas Opened To Ocean Wind
  • THE LAST DAY UP HERE

  • Weekend Video: The Birds See What Deniers Don’t
  • Weekend Video: The Key To “Electrifying Everything”
  • Weekend Video: The UK’s Ocean Wind Solution
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  • FRIDAY WORLD, April 20:

  • Human Population And Global Weirding
  • Global Wind Still Focused On Big Markets
  • New Energy-Powered High Seas Shipping From Japan
  • World’s Biggest Wave Energy For Bali

    Friday, July 22, 2016

    Save $2 Trillion – Stop Climate Change

    Heat stress from climate change may cost global economies $2 trillion by 2030

    Katie Medlock, July 21. 2016 (Inhabitat)

    “Research reveals yet another loss we can anticipate at the hands of climate change: global productivity. Heat stress in lower income countries has already shortened work days, which could result in a net loss of $2 trillion across all global economies by the year 2030. The sad irony is that the countries contributing the least to global warming will end up hurting the most…[Six new studies detail] the economic devastation coming our way on the heels of rising temperatures…First world countries, who contribute far more to our dire climate situation, can afford to adapt to the productivity challenges…[F]actories can invest in alternative means of cooling their machinery and bigger companies can afford to shift around workers’ schedules. Lower income countries will be the first to experience the growing economic burden, due to low-skill, low-paying, and labor intensive jobs being affected more severely by heat stress…Up to 43 countries, including China, Indonesia, and Malaysia, could take an economic hit by 2030. [Southeast Asian countries’ work hours have been slashed 15 to 20 percent because of extreme heat, a figure which could double in the next 30 years or so]…” click here for more

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