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Unmasking the Climate-Change Deniers
It is time to investigate more deeply the forces driving delay
The One Thing Causing Climate Change No One Wants to Talk About
Why is the climate changing? Viewed the most obvious way, it’s because the burning of fossil fuels is releasing exorbitant amounts of…
Brett S. Morris
Is the Tesla Model 3 Our Ride to a Sustainable Future?
Electric vehicles are cleaner, but they’re only part of the climate solution.
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Everything You Need to Know About Putting Solar on Your Roof
Turning the roof of your home into a mini solar power plant can feel like a daunting project. But done right, it can save you money while…
Everything You Need To Know About Solar
The Third Place: Building an open-sided shed extension
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Welcome to Peak Stuff
Are we saving the planet in spite of ourselves?
Heartland’s “Six Reasons To Be A Climate-Change Skeptic” Are Six Demonstrable Falsehoods
If you can’t look at the full suite of evidence and tell the full truth, you’re nothing but a deliberate misleader. At best.
Why we need to act on climate change now
Interview with Jan Dash, PhD
Climate Change: The Greatest Global Health Threat of the 21st Century
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Mayci Hicks Namio
The Death of “Alternative Energy”
Fifteen years ago, when I joined the early ranks of clean energy entrepreneurs, we were nearly dead in the water on climate. Oil was $15…
House GOP wants faster ‘rubber-stamping’ of fossil fuel pipeline projects
Pipeline supporters want to give their ‘go-to-commission’ even more power.
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A Defense of Climate Tragedy, or What the Scientists Got Wrong about “The Uninhabitable Earth”
This is an essay about the furor over David Wallace-Wells’ New York Magazine article “The Uninhabitable Earth,” which conjures a specter of…
From The Foundations of Rome to Global Carbon Emissions Reduction
Does solution for over 5 percent of CO2 emissions lie in the 2000 year old concrete making technology from ancient Rome?
Different from the Present
Art is thought from the future. Thought we cannot explicitly think at present. Thought we may not think or speak at all. If we want thought…
Richard David Hames
Bill Gates & His Formula For Energy Innovation
Bill Gates is a game-changer. His companies, business grants and numerous philanthropic ventures help guide humanity forward.
Rethinking Disaster Recovery
New York is tackling social and economic vulnerability as it recovers from Superstorm Sandy
100 Resilient Cities
Taking Action: Urban Resilience Initiatives
The more than 30 Resilience Strategies published by 100RC member cities so far contain more than 1,600 action-oriented initiatives — from…
100 Resilient Cities
Venezuela tries to send oil prices up
In a desperate bid to survive its economic meltdown, Venezuela is lobbying other OPEC members to agree to steeper oil production cuts, a…
The Truth About Delivery Meal-Kits
They’re big. They’re filled with goo. And they’re rapidly accumulating in a landfill near you.
Paris Was Always Just the Beginning — Here’s How Everyday People Can Help On Climate
The Paris Agreement, government, the news, and naysayers…would have you think that we’re all waiting on policy and industry in order to…
A new species is discovered in the Amazon every 3 days, and they could solve the world’s biggest…
Keith Breene, Formative Content
World Economic Forum
Rolling back Earth Overshoot Day
Humanity first overshot the Earth’s annual regenerative capacity in the early 1970s. That is to say our species reached a point where every…
Daniel Christian Wahl
I work on climate because I love you.
A DearTomorrow letter from Claire Cortright to her two children
A New Wave Of Climate Change Cinematography
A selection of film shorts that propose various cinematic readings on how we capture our destabilized climate and its lasting effects on…