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September 25 Green Energy News

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“Global warming harms national parks more than rest of US, study finds” • According a climate study published by researchers at the University of California, Berkeley and the University of Wisconsin, areas that are chock-full of national parks, places like Alaska and the American Southwest, have already seen dramatic temperature hikes. [NBC News] […]

September 24 Green Energy News

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“Jordan’s plans to turn the desert green” • According to the Food and Agricultural Organisation, food production needs to be increased by 50% by 2050. Food production accounts for about 70% of our freshwater consumption and emits 25% of greenhouse gases. While arable land is being lost to climate change, Jordan is farming […]

September 23 Green Energy News

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“Companies End Effort to Buy Navajo Generating Station” • The companies negotiating to purchase the largest coal-fired power plant in the southwestern US have broken off their pursuit of that goal. This means the 2,250-MW Navajo Generating Station near Page, Arizona, remains scheduled to close by year-end 2019. [Power magazine]

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September 22 Green Energy News

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“Homeowners who live on the coast are sleepwalking toward climate catastrophe” • Sea levels are rising faster than predicted. Relative sea levels in vulnerable places like South Florida are roughly four inches higher now than in 1992; projections by the Army Corps of Engineers and others see rises in South Florida of 12 […]

September 21 Green Energy News

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“Offshore mussels from Brussels” • Mussels were cultivated at an offshore wind farm in the Belgian North Sea as part of a test project of a Belgian consortium that includes DEME Group, other companies, and research institutions. They are researching the potential of offshore wind turbine foundations as a habitat to grow the […]

September 20 Green Energy News

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“Flood frequency of world’s largest river has increased fivefold, study finds” • Flooding on the Amazon River has increased fivefold over the last two or three decades, a new study has found. Analysis of more than 100 years of river level records from the Amazon showed that both floods and droughts had become […]

September 19 Green Energy News

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“Miami’s Existence Is Threatened With As Little As 18″ Of Sea Level Rise” • Miami is very vulnerable to the effects of climate change. It sees sunny day flooding as regularly as clockwork. It has the third-tallest skyline in the US, but most of the buildings are close are sea level. It is […]

September 18 Green Energy News

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“The Public Wants Renewable Energy and They Want It Now!” • Utility companies, like automakers, would like to party like it’s 1999 forever, but consumers are beginning to realize their future lies with zero emissions vehicles and renewable energy. The transition has begun. If the people will lead, their leaders will follow. Spread […]

September 17 Green Energy News

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“Colorado rolls with climate shift, grappling with low river flows and a complicated debate over reservoirs” • Colorado’s ongoing shift toward a hotter and drier climate is spurring such quick adaptations as allowing taller stacks of hay on trucks rolling into the state. But it is also forcing a scramble to examine climate […]

September 16 Green Energy News

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“Optimism trumps despair at San Francisco climate summit” • Mayors, governors, entrepreneurs, chief executives, investors, and celebrities delivered a double-edged message at the close of the Global Climate Action Summit in San Francisco: Global warming is making the planet unlivable – but we know how to fix it. [The Japan Times]