Hat tip to the Financial Times.
Update, 2019-10-28 00:34 ET I have compiled notes from the talks above, and from the audience Q&A and documented these in a Google Jam here.
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A farmers’ guide to going solar. Money crop.
Note the citing of how talent migrated from the fossil fuel industry to offshore wind energy.
A great podcast episode. Check out the thoughts of the late Professor Martin Weitzman as well, in “The man who got economists to take climate nightmares seriously“.
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Update, 2019-10-20, 00:37 EDT And it’s not only Speaker Pelosi, but Admiral William McRaven, and then General Joseph Votel.
That’s climate denial. And the CO2 Coalition is all over it. Led by 45‘s climate toady Dr William Happer, it is funded by a cast of the usual suspects: These funds make their way to (at least some of) their … Continue reading
Most impressive! This is Figure 2 of S. Yi, K. Heki, A. Qian, “Acceleration in the global mean sea level rise: 2005-2015”, 2017, Geophysical Research Letters: See also their data supplement. Of particular interest to me is their use of … Continue reading
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Courts are beginning to question the appropriateness of eminent domain as applied to rights of way for pipelines. Damn about time.
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