Lessons From a Failed Prediction

Why Make Predictions?
While there are actually other stories unfolding in the world of energy, you would never know that by my inbox. Most of the [...]

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Climate change: 2015 will be the hottest year on record ‘by a mile’, experts say

Independent: Climate scientists are predicting that 2015 will be the hottest year on record “by a mile”, with the increase in worldwide average temperatures dramatically [...]

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Humans to Blame for Catastrophic Drought in California, Scientists Say

Climate News Network: One way or another, humans are to blame for the catastrophic drought in California that scientists say may be emerging as a [...]

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Call for Future Powered by 100% Renewables Gains Momentum as UN Climate Talks Resume in Bonn

EcoWatch: As negotiators get ready to meet in Bonn for the next round of UN climate change negotiations, fossil fuels remain firmly on the backfoot [...]

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Rising sea level threatens coastal restoration, New Orleans levees, scientists say

Times-Picayune: Even as Louisiana embarks on a multi-billion-dollar program to begin rebuilding its coast, evidence continues to mount that new coastal land will have to [...]

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As giant sequoias get a drought checkup, there’s good news and bad

LA Times: Sixty feet from the top of a giant sequoia named Kong, biologist Anthony Ambrose studied the foliage around him. Dense clusters of green [...]

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Water, climate, energy intertwined fight against poverty in Central America

Inter Press Service: Central America’s toolbox to pull 23 million people – almost half of the population – out of poverty must include three indispensable [...]

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Disappearing sea ice forces thousands walruses to haul out on coast of Alaska

Mashable: With the sea ice they depend on for hunting and habitat disappearing at the end of the Arctic melt season, thousands of walruses have [...]

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Oceans will rise much more than predicted, NASA says

National Geographic: Year by year, millimeter by millimeter, the seas are rising. Fed by melting glaciers and ice sheets, and swollen by thermal expansion of [...]

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Millions at risk as NASA warns of 3 foot sea rise

Sky: The world is heading for a three-feet rise in sea level and NASA has warned it is too late to prevent it. Sea [...]

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