Climate Change

Published on March 16th, 2013 | by Zachary Shahan


15 Climate, Cleantech & Dirty Energy Stories Not To Miss

March 16th, 2013 by  

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  1. Climate Change–Related Job Losses
  2. Large Fractures Spotted in Vulnerable Arctic Sea Ice
  3. US Insurance Industry Ill-Prepared to Deal with Climate Change Risk, Impacts
  4. Advice For The Woman Who Wrote Salon Worried She Can’t Protect Her Children From Global Warming
  5. Help Henry Waxman Write A New Carbon-Tax Bill
  6. Storms Will Be Stronger In A Warming World
  7. The Next Step, In Both Energy Promise & World Climate Disaster
  8. Open Thread Plus Cartoon Of The Week

climate change cartoon

Cleantech Other Than Clean Power & Clean Transport

  1. Uncertainty Regarding Energy Prices Is Hampering Investment in Energy Efficiency
  2. Silver Spring Networks Celebrates Initial Public Offering & First Day of Trading on the New York Stock Exchange
  3. EPA Announces Cities with the Most Energy Star Buildings in the US/Los Angeles, Washington, D.C., Chicago, New York, Atlanta rank in top five
  4. Philips Hue Empowers Endless Possibilities in Connected Lighting, Launching a Developer Program for World’s Smartest LED Light Bulb


  1. Above-normal Outages of U.S. Nuclear Capacity Persist at the Start of 2013
  2. Cost of Nuclear

Fossil Fuels

  1. EDF Drops Lawsuit against Environmental Activists after Backlash

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