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 […]
first climate change-caused emergency PG&E’s controversial history of safety violations and the rapidly rising costs from the past two years of wildfires seem to make bankruptcy difficult to avoid, stakeholders told Utility Dive. But it is unlikely to greatly benefit any of the involved parties. Bankruptcy makes victims’ claims subordinate to other utility obligations and is a […]
Forests on public and private lands provide benefits to the natural environment, as well as economic benefits and ecosystem services to people in the United States and globally. The ability of U.S. forests to continue to provide goods and services is threatened by climate change and associated increases in extreme events and disturbances. For example, […]
Group of 78 2018 Annual Policy Conference Cartier Place Suites Hotel, Ottawa, September 28 & 29, 2018 Key Message 1: It is Essential to Change Mindsets to Embrace the Post-Carbon Economy To reduce greenhouse gas pollution at the rate necessary will require the widespread adoption of a new mindset—one that recognizes that human beings are […]