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'Ecotopia' teaches low-carbon living to Californians who aren't waiting for Trump to save the climate
HOPLAND, Calif. — On a hillside high above vineyards, olive groves and the meandering Russian River, John Schaeffer has built a low-carbon paradise. The ranch home he calls SunHawk brims with so much recycled lumber, hardly a tree had to be sacrificed in ... read more
Canada to boost nuclear power to help meet climate target
The move would mark a change in the climate strategy Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's ... place as part of a broad and high-level discussion on a global transition to a low-carbon economy," she said. The Canadian department of natural resources was not ... read more
Climate Change This Week: Trump Policies Kill US Babies, Business Bucks Trump, and More!
OO Scientists Are Mad And Fighting Back Against Attacks From GOP, Trump - with a historic march, as scientists insist that policy decisions are based on careful evaluation of empirical evidence. 19th Century Climate Scientists Who Could Teach EPA Head ... read more
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Contrarian Scientist Who Says Sun is Responsible for Global Warming is Accused of Taking Corporate Cash for Science
Willie Soon, a prominent global warming skeptic, says “no amount of money can influence what I say or do or research or write.” If recently released documents are accurate, he is a liar. During a lecture on climate change in 2013, Willie Soon ... read more
Fears over fuel bills surge to record high: But climate change is top concern for just one in 20
Six out of ten people are worried about spiralling energy bills, far eclipsing the number concerned about climate change. Despite ministers’ efforts ... to continue in its efforts of developing for low-carbon, home-grown forms of energy’. read more
Abbott wrangles with his own climate paradox
Tony Abbott's language so far on his overseas tour betrays a complete lack of connection between what climate change is and what it might do, writes Jonathan Green. In September 2003 a young man with a fair degree of climbing talent scaled an old power ... read more
Thorium Power Is the Safer Future of Nuclear Energy
There’s another kind of nuclear energy that’s been waiting in the wings for decades – and it may just demand a recalibration of our thoughts on nuclear power. Nuclear fission using thorium is easily ... But these control rods aren’t foolproof ... read more
Can the Climate Be Fixed?
“If there is an iron law of climate policy, it is that when policies focused on economic growth confront policies focused on emissions reductions, it is economic growth that will win out every time,” writes University of Colorado political scientist ... read more
How to beat the climate crisis? Start with carrots
Two-thirds of all countries and sub-national entities that adopted a carbon pricing policy - including climate leaders such as California ... organized renewable energy firms and investors in low-carbon industries. The order of these moves matter, the ... read more
The rising tide of climate change
The climate is changing, according to a new report from the Bureau of Meteorology (BoM) and the CSIRO. Days and nights are getting hotter, sea levels are rising, rainfall patterns are changing. Yawn. Heard it all before. Perhaps it's because not everyone ... read more