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Oceans Need Geoengineering, Not The Atmosphere

July 17th, 2019 | by Michael Barnard

Solar geoengineering is a bandaid on the symptoms, not a cure for the causes. It's like putting out the fires caused by an arsonist wandering around with a flamethrower instead of confiscating and shutting off the flamethrower itself. Global heating would slow and stabilize if we stopped forcing more CO2 into the system. But it's unclear if that's as true for oceanic carbon uptake


Harvard Board Member Kat Taylor Calls For Fossil Fuel Divestment

March 29th, 2018 | by Joshua S Hill

Kat Taylor, Member of the Harvard University Board of Overseers, called for the University to divest from fossil fuels in a move she states "would not only take steps to address the existential crisis of our time, but it would allow the University to lead its peers, as few, if any, American universities thus far have taken this important moral stance."


CleanTechnica Divestment Year in Review 2017

December 23rd, 2017 | by Carolyn Fortuna

Divestment has reached an all-time peak in 2017, with religious, higher education, wealth fund, and other institutions joining in to end the fossil fuel infrastructure and transition to 100% renewable energy for all


Tesla Model 3 Naysayers Slammed — Old Quotes

July 31st, 2017 | by Guest Contributor

Now that we’re about to cross the finish line of Tesla’s first master plan, this also marks the end of the Model 3 Scoffathon. Let’s pause and reflect on the sage words of various experts who flashed their credentials and then swore up and down that Tesla would never get here, to the high-volume $35,000 car. Sure, the car hasn’t materialized in volume quite yet, but we’re on the home stretch


Will Geoengineering Plans Get A Boost From Trump Administration?

April 3rd, 2017 | by James Ayre

Will the Trump Administration "open the door" to planet-scale geoengineering experiments? That's the question posed in an article that I recently came across, one which referenced plans by Harvard engineers David Keith and Frank Keutsch to test in 2018 (in Arizona) the high-altitude spraying of sulphate particles as a means of limiting warming



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