Original article by Philip James, University of Salford As the days shorten and temperatures drop in the northern hemisphere, leaves begin to turn. We can enjoy glorious autumnal colours while the leaves are still on the trees and, later, kicking through a red, brown and gold carpet when out walking. When temperatures rise again in spring, […]
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Public On-Line Forum/Panel Discussion 8 October 2020, noon to 2 PM Coping with Extreme Weather Marking the 2nd anniversary of the Ottawa/Gatineau Tornadoes Moderator: Jim Abraham, Vice-President CMOS, Broadcast Meteorologist Extreme weather events, including tornadoes, floods, ice storms, hurricanes, droughts and blizzards, are a major risk to life, property and the economy in Canada. The risks are changing as climate changes. […]
David Dougherty’s Youtube of the week. It’s almost like capitalism doesn’t care about the well being of humans that aren’t rich. YouTube Link….
Dr. John Hollins, past Chair CACOR Board of Directors, considers “Microgrids: renewables and resilience” Reduce emissions while keeping the lights on – always For millennia the renewable sources of wind and water have been used to provide intermittently useful energy in small quantities; they still are in the less developed world. For more than a […]