Monthly Archives: March 2016

Climate scientist, evangelical Christian speaks

Stony Brook University’s Heidi Hutner’s  interview with Dr. Katherine Hayhoe, an atmospheric climate scientist, on what climate change is, climate denial in the U.S., and the role of women and people of faith in the solutions. katharinehayhoe.com Advertisements

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Concern about global warming at eight year high

According to a March 16  Gallup press release, Americans are taking global warming more seriously than at any time in the past eight years. The survey was done March 2-6, 2016.

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Regional Climate Change and National Responsibilities

The Letter from James Hansen and Makiko Sato  published March 2, 2016 by Environmental Research Letters is another in a long series of  “must-reads” from climatologist Hansen. The paper starts with an update on observed global warming in recent decades with … Continue reading

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Want facts on sustainable energy? Look no further.

Bloomberg New Energy Finance and the Business Council on Sustainable Development just published an update to their four year series on “the revolution transforming how the U.S. produces, delivers, and consumes energy.” It offers “simple, accurate benchmarks on the status … Continue reading

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Climate change is now officially a bipartisan issue

U.S. Representative Carlos Curbelo spoke about the bipartisan Climate Solutions Caucus on the CCL monthly International Conference Call on March 14.

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“Best group I’ve ever joined”

New 8 minute  video about Citizens’ Climate Lobby volunteers.

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Will we ever stop using fossil fuels?

MIT News Feb. 24, 2016 The answer is “no” unless we tax them, according to a study recently published in the  Journal of Economic Opportunities,  The study looked at costs of fossil fuels and renewables over a time frame of 5 … Continue reading

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