What Weather Is the Fault of Climate Change? From the New York Times: Like politics, weather can be a contentious subject, especially when you throw climate change into the mix. One view holds that no single storm or drought can be linked to climate change. The other argues that all such things are, in some sense, “caused” […]
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The most dangerous aspect of our climate and energy dilemma is that, due to the inertia of the climate system, the actions we take today are locking in irreversible catastrophic climate outcomes decades ahead, long before we see them. Solutions require enlightened long-term thinking, based on the latest science, and a preparedness to act in […]
Elon Musk breaks down climate change for students at The Sorbonne in Paris right before the historic COP21 Climate Change Conference in which 170+ nations signed to reduce carbon emissions below 2C, and preferably under 1.5C. 12 minute YouTube that should not be missed. Thanks to Elon Musk and his passion for helping humanity to transition […]
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