Author: Scott Cooney

Leaders from Bechtel and Warsaw University of Technology signed agreement to develop a new career development program. Featured in photo: Adam Kisiel, Professor for Nuclear Physics Division, Warsaw University of Technology; Adam Wozniak, Professor for Rector for Development, Warsaw University of Technology; Ahmet Tokpinar, General Manager of Bechtel’s Nuclear Power business line; Krzysztof Zareba, Professor of Rector, Warsaw University of Technology; Leszek Holda, Bechtel Poland President; Tomasz Piotrowski, PhD, Warsaw University of Technology.

Bechtel & Warsaw University of Technology Launch Nuclear Energy Career Development Program

Bechtel announced today that it has signed an agreement with the Warsaw University of Technology to develop a new career development program to support training professionals interested in building and operating Poland’s first nuclear power plant in the Pomeranian municipality of Choczewo. Bechtel and Warsaw University of Technology will leverage … [continued]

2024 Predictions In Climate Policy — Interviews With Gabrielle Jorgensen, Mark Z. Jacobsen, & Peter…

As part of our predictions in clean tech for 2024 series (see this post on predictions in AgTech), today, I’m posting research on climate policy and interviews with top climate policy / science experts: Gabrielle Jorgensen, the advocacy director and a co-founder of Climate Changemakers, a non-profit climate advocacy program, … [continued]

Taylor Swift on her Eras tour. Image by Paolo V (CC BY 2.0 license), via Wikimedia Commons

Climate Change Killed A Swiftie — How Will Taylor Swift Respond?

Yesterday, we learned that Ana Clara Benevides died as a result of extreme heat while attending a Taylor Swift concert in Rio De Janeiro last month. The incident happened November 18, and the investigation by the coroner concluded yesterday that the cause of death was the insane heat that blanketed … [continued]

Image (sea surface temperatures on July 9) courtesy of Brian McNoldy/University of Miami/NASA/MSFC/SPoRT

5 Great Tips (Plus A Bonus) To Help You Handle A Climate Denier At Your…

If you’re here, it means you’ve got at least one climate change denialist in your community that you’re dreading interacting with at Christmas dinner. I feel you. I’ve got a few in my life, too. So … as I approach holiday meals, I do my best to make sure that … [continued]