Published on April 11th, 2013 | by Zachary Shahan9
Climate, Energy Roundup (Geothermal Fracking, Oil Spills, NBA Green Week…)
April 11th, 2013 by Zachary Shahan
Beyond our own, here’s some more top climate change & energy news from the past few days or so:
- Most Extreme Precipitation Events To Become More Intense In Warming World
- Australia Could Blow Its Carbon Budget Within 15 Years
- Skeptical Science Weekly Digest
- Antarctic Sea Ice Grows As Result Of Warming
- New Study: When You Account For The Oceans, Global Warming Continues Apace
- Greenland 2012 Record Breaking Ice Melt Driven By Thin Clouds
- Climate Change Could Lead To More Turbulent Flights
- Denier Delingpole Wishes For ‘Climate Nuremberg’, Says ‘Hanging Is Far Too Good’ For Climate Scientists!
- McKibben: ‘The Essential Cowardice Of Too Many Democrats Is Becoming An Ever More Fundamental Problem’
- The Iron Lady’s Strong Stance On Climate Change
- How Thatcher Made The Conservative Case For Climate Action
- You Can Have More Fossil Fuel. Or You Can Have Water. Your Choice. Part 1. (video below, text at link above):
- One Oil Spill Is Too Much. One, Two, Three Oil Spills This Week!
- Average 250 Pipeline Accidents Each Year, Billions Spent On Property Damage
- All Risk, No Reward: New Coalition Makes Compelling Case Against Keystone XL Pipeline
- Colbert On Exxon Pegasus Tar Sands Oil Spill (video below):
- XL Keystone Pipeline (video below):
- Why Are Gas Prices So High? (video below):
- NBA Launches Green Week
- Fracking For Geothermal Energy
- Solomon Islands Could Go Near 100% Renewable With Geothermal
- Under Pressure: Piezoelectric Energy To Be Generated By Paris Marathoners
- Drilling Deeper: The Wealth Of Business Connections For Obama’s Energy Pick
- Baseload Power Is A Myth: Even Intermittent Renewables Will Work
- Rosie The Riveter On A Wind Turbine: Women And The Growing Green Economy
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