Monthly Archives: November 2013

Renewable Investment To Hit $630 Billion Yearly By 2030, As Fossil Fuels Become Risky

Renewable Investment To Hit $630 Billion Yearly In 2030, As Fossil Fuels Become  Risky, reports Joe Romm at Climate Progress.  The trillion dollar question is: will investments turn around fast enough to allow civilization to survive climate change? Stay alive … Continue reading

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The Top Ten 2013 Clean Energy Stories to be Thankful for

The Top Ten Clean Energy Stories to be Thankful for in 2013 list was published by the Sierra Club, in case you were wondering if the the entire planet was being led solely by foolish turkeys instead.  They are: Wind … Continue reading

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Historic CO2 Emissions Require Immediate Cuts

Historic CO2 Emissions Require Immediate Cuts say two scientists in the scientific peer-reviewed journal Nature Climate Change, reports Tim Radford at Climate Central, arguing that as carbon dioxide continues to rise, as it did to record levels in 2012 and … Continue reading

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High on Frack: Congress Members Bankrolled by the Fracking Industry

High on Frack: Congress Members Bankrolled by the F Industry is increasing dramatically, a new report finds, reports Molley Redden at Mother Jones.  As the fracking industry has grown dramatically in the past decade, so, too, have the donations to … Continue reading

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To Tackle Pollution, China To Drop Pursuit Of “Growth At All Costs”

To Tackle Pollution, China To Drop Pursuit Of “Growth At All Costs” reports David Stanway at World Environment News, steering local governments towards economic growth balanced with environmental needs, and beef up their powers to punish polluters to start reversing … Continue reading

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Warming Poses Big Challenges for US Military

Warming Poses Big Challenges for US Military reports Andrew Freedman at Climate Central, as the US military lead the international response to the Philippine devastation from cyclone Haiyan. Admiral Samuel J. Locklear III, head of U.S. Pacific Command, identified climate change-related … Continue reading

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Top Climate Scientists Call On California Governor To Halt Fracking

Top Climate Scientists Call On California Governor To Halt Fracking, including ex US chief scientist James Hansen, reports Katie Valentine at Climate Progress. The letter outlines the emissions impact, threat of dangerous pollution and the vast water requirements of extracting … Continue reading

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