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I Will Make Covid-19 Respect Me

May 17th, 2020 | by Barry A.F.

Everyone wants things to reopen. Nobody is happy having to shelter in place or being concerned about money or not being able to do what we have been doing all our lives. However, Covid-19 is just not cooperating

Thoughts On The Tesla Drama & Covid-19

May 14th, 2020 | by Zachary Shahan

I've never seen the Tesla-fan community so split as I've seen it this month. I don't mean in a minor way, either. I've seen numerous longtime Tesla supporters, owners, and shareholders passionately debating matters such as the threat of covid-19, how society should respond, how Tesla should respond, the validity and persuasiveness (or lack thereof) of Elon Musk's tweets, and who is a stupid jackass versus who isn't. It hasn't been pretty

Elon Musk Is Only Human

May 14th, 2020 | by Maarten Vinkhuyzen

First, make sure you have read “Random Thoughts On Elon Musk, The Fremont Factory, Liberty, & The Coronavirus” by CleanTechnica’s own legal scholar and moral guide, Zen lover Steve Hanley. These musings below are inspired by that article

We Should Drive EVs To Use Extra Electricity Capacity

May 14th, 2020 | by Rocky Mountain Institute

The need to decarbonize our economy presents new opportunities to increase electricity demand beneficially. And doing that — particularly by electrifying transportation — has never been cheaper or easier to do than it is now

2020 Fire Season & COVID-19 Not A Match Made In Heaven

May 13th, 2020 | by Guest Contributor

The inevitable collision of wildfires and COVID-19 keeps me up at night. Not in an abstract sense, but more in a requires-allergy-meds-to-sleep type of way. Too many people are suffering already due to COVID-19, and the quickly approaching wildfire season, worsened by climate change, is going to make things so much worse

The Dangers Of Reopening The Economy Too Soon

May 10th, 2020 | by Barry A.F.

At the moment, we have had over a quarter million deaths due to covid-19. This death toll will continue to rise until the virus infects everyone and causes millions of deaths, or until we defeat it, either by social distancing and contact tracing, a vaccine, a treatment, or whatever tools we employ, including new technologies. I am personally fascinated by the potential of covid-sniffing dogs

Climate Action in the Time of COVID-19 — 4 Policy Solutions

May 7th, 2020 | by World Resources Institute

2020 was supposed to be a decisive year for climate action. Countries were expected to put forward new, more ambitious climate plans (NDCs) in accordance with the Paris Agreement on climate change, kicking off a “decade of ambition.” Then COVID-19 happened

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