NewEnergyNews: A Collection On Climate Change


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The challenge now: To make every day Earth Day.


  • Weekend Video: Colbert On The President’s Climate Policy
  • Weekend Video: Breaking Down The Climate Change Report
  • Weekend Video: The Battery Factory That Could Save The World

  • FRIDAY WORLD HEADLINE-New Energy Is A Matter Of Life And Death
  • FRIDAY WORLD HEADLINE-Russia Crawls Ahead On New Energy
  • FRIDAY WORLD HEADLINE-China Gets Huge Jobs Boost From New Energy


  • TTTA Thursday-More People Begin To Believe What They Are Seeing
  • TTTA Thursday-The First Big Utility Commits To Zero Emissons
  • TTTA Thursday-New Energy Beating Old Energy In The Market, Part 3

  • ORIGINAL REPORTING: End of the 'gas rush?' Renewables, storage reaching cost parity, report finds
  • ORIGINAL REPORTING: Grid mod policy actions jump 75%, with storage playing a central role

  • TODAY’S STUDY: Builders And Buyers Of Zero Energy Homes
  • QUICK NEWS, December 4: New Energy Beating Old Energy In The Market, Part 1; New Energy Beating Old Energy In The Market, Part 2
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  • TODAY AT NewEnergyNews, December 10:

  • TODAY’S STUDY: The Way To A U.S. Offshore Wind Industry
  • QUICK NEWS, December 10: Climate Change, Nuclear War, And The Slow Tomorrow; Are T-RECs The Key To Real 100% New Energy?

    Friday, November 09, 2018

    A Collection On Climate Change

    The Reality of Climate Change

    David Remnick, et. al., October 14, 2018 (The New Yorker)

    “…[Technologies that pull carbon dioxide out of the atmosphere are not] close to being workable…[[but] according to many of the scenarios predicted by climate science, it may be impossible to avoid global catastrophe without it. That’s typical of our response to climate change, which consists, largely, of steps yet to be taken, technologies yet to be developed, and laws yet to be passed…[The recent UN Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change report showed the] gulf between what we need to do and what we are actually doing…[It showed] the effects of climate change will likely arrive sooner, and be worse, than expected…

    The collection of pieces here demonstrates the daunting reality of climate change. In ‘The End of Ice,’ Dexter Filkins reports from the Chhota Shigri Glacier, in the Himalayas, where scientists are coming to grips with the pace of the melting process; in ‘The Climate of Man,’ [Elizabeth] Kolbert travels to Alaska, among other places, to observe the changing Arctic firsthand. Jill Lepore explores the history of climate science (and its roots in Cold War debates about ‘nuclear winter’), and Nicholas Lemann charts the rise and fall of Earth Day (and of the environmental movement more generally). In ‘Adaptation,’ Eric Klinenberg asks whether seawalls, sea gates, reservoirs, and pumps can really ‘climate-proof’ a city. Finally, in ‘The Siege of Miami,’ Kolbert shows us how an American city is already transforming…” click here for more

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