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TUNE IN FOR STREAMING OF SYMPOSIUM ON ENERGY

Fifteenth Annual Symposium on Energy in the 21st Century ELECTRIFICATION and CLIMATE CHANGE Transportation, Energy Storage, Integrating Renewables into Grid Energy Innovations Around the World “The Links in E. Syracuse” Friday, April 12, 2019 To hear live: http://www.ustream.tv/channel/visual-technologies Registration is now closed as we have hit our limit! 400 seats filled.

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Register Now: Symposium on Energy in the 21st Century

Fifteenth Annual Symposium on Energy in the 21st Century ELECTRIFICATION and CLIMATE CHANGE Transportation, Energy Storage, Integrating Renewables into Grid Energy Innovations Around the World April 12, 2019 ONLY THREE WEEKS LEFT TO REGISTER for this outstanding Symposium!! Speakers and Panel: JEFF LOGAN, Special Adviser to the IPCC Special Report on Renewable Energy. NREL JOHN […]

The Clash between Oil and the Future

Pumping oil. Image: mexicinstitute.wordpress.com

Dr. Alan K. Betts

Global ocean temperatures set a new record in 2018, beating the previous record set in 2017. New studies show that both the Antarctic and Greenland ice sheets are melting faster than ever, so that sea-level rise is accelerating. In the third week of January, the weakening […]

Tomorrow: Rally for the Green New Deal

Tomorrow, February 26, activists from across the country are mobilizing for a massive Green New Deal day of action.

The Green New Deal will put us on the path for a more prosperous, more sustainable future. By confronting the climate crisis head-on, this legislation will spur clean energy jobs and invest directly in our […]

Global Warming Acceleration

Global warming acceleration becomes evident by connecting global temperatures at La Nina minima.

Dr. James Hansen

Climate models indicate that an El Nino, probably a weak one, will begin this (Northern Hemisphere) winter and observations show that warming in the tropical Pacific has begun. Current global temperature (12-month running-mean) has thus reached its minimum […]

EIA Publicizes Drop in U.S. CO2 Emissions

But Is This Right?

George Harvey

A recent article from the Sun Day Campaign (SDC), which was posted at the Green Energy Times website (bit.ly/SUN-DAY-CO2-rise), asked some serious questions about data coming from the U.S. Department of Energy’s Energy Information Administration (EIA). Specifically, it looked at possible contradictions, not in terms of numbers […]

ACEEE partners with Bloomberg’s American Cities Climate Challenge

Image: Charlotte, NC skyline. Image: Flickr

Kate Tanabe, ACEEE Research Assistant, Local Policy

Michael R. Bloomberg recently announced Charlotte as the nineteenth winning city of Bloomberg’s American Cities Climate Challenge, of which ACEEE is an official partner.

“With Washington asleep at the wheel, cities like Charlotte are leading the way in […]

Climate Change in a Nutshell: The Gathering Storm

Note how closely the temperatures follow carbon dioxide levels in the atmosphere.

James Hansen

Young people today confront an imminent gathering storm. They have at their command considerable determination, a dog-eared copy of our beleaguered Constitution, and rigorously developed science. The Court must decide if that is enough.

That is […]

Looking Back – Looking Ahead

Rising sea levels. Image: the conversation.com

By Dr. Alan K. Betts

This is the time to look back on 2018 and reflect on what we have seen, and what we have learned. At the same time, the climate endgame is getting closer, so we must face reality. As greenhouse gases reduce […]

How and When to Talk to a Child about Climate Change

The Climate Reality Project

Even as an adult, climate change is a lot to wrap your head around. And talking about the issue with kids? That can feel impossible.

But kids today will face the challenges of a warming world head-on. They have a right to understand the realities of the climate crisis and what […]