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Bill McKibben previsualizes a world without combustion

Posts tagged climate change

Bill McKibben previsualizes a world without combustion

LRB: 26 Pieces for COP26

“And so on. Or else.”

Washington Post: Tracking Biden’s environmental actions

A running list of how President Trump is changing environmental policy

NYT: “Emissions From India Will Increase”

Paulson on Climate Change and the Price of Inaction

Last Week Tonight’s John Oliver on Climate Change, Scientific Consensus

The Nation: Naomi Klein on Climate Change

Earth Island Journal’s Conversation with Naomi Klein

Rim Fire images from NASA & the KPCC Fire Tracker

EIA: World petroleum use sets record high in 2012 despite declines in North America and Europe

NYT • Past EPA Administrators: The US “must move now on substantive steps to curb climate change, at home and internationally.”

EIA: World energy consumption will increase 56% by 2040

Report of the US-China Climate Change Working Group

NYTimes: “A single word tucked into a presidential speech…”

Details on ‘Power Africa,’ the White House’s new plan for electrification across sub-Saharan Africa

The ‘Social Cost Of Carbon’ Is Almost Double What The Government Previously Thought

NYT Public Editor’s Journal: For Times Environmental Reporting, Intentions May Be Good but the Signs Are Not

Ella Chou: What Would China’s Carbon Tax Regime Look Like

Climate Change in Obama’s 2013 State of the Union

EPA Releases its “Climate Change Adaptation Plan”

EPA: Greenhouse Gas Emissions from Large Facilities

Another thought-provoking climate post from David Roberts

Nicholas Stern: ‘I got it wrong on climate change – it’s far, far worse’

David Roberts: The 14 fossil-fuel projects poised to seriously damage the climate

Climate change and sustainable energy in President Obama’s second inaugural address

Why we shouldn’t compare Beijing in 2013 to mid-20th century London, Pittsburgh, and Chicago

NYT dissolves environment desk

If you’re 27 or younger, you’ve never experienced a colder-than-average month

On the Cold Front: Photos of Receding Glaciers

Dave Pell’s NextDraft: Meet Me in the City

You don't get what you expect, you get what you inspect.