The Fate of the Christmas Tree - Bad News from Climate Scientists

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December 24, 2014 - It is Christmas Eve and a time that my wife and I use to visit with friends whose parlors are decked out in Christmas trees, both real and artificial. We look forward to this annual ritual just as we do to lighting the Chanukah menorah for eight days. Last night was the last lighting for this year and for us brings an end to 2014.


Breakthroughs on Climate Change

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A number of striking developments suggest a series of breakthroughs on climate change, alternative energy, and other critical environmental issues.


Ten Positives to Talk About as 2014 Comes to an End

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December 19, 2014 - In my last posting I presented ten disturbing statistics about our 21st century world. There are, however, signs that we humans haven't yet succumbed to a hopeless future. So let's look at ten technological innovations and the positive disruption they bring to this century, leading to a much better outcome by the year 2100.

Disturbing Statistics as 2014 Ends - May be Unsuitable for Some Readers

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December 18, 2014 - With 2015 a mere two weeks away I thought a year-in-review look at where we are trending would give humanity a sense of urgency about tackling the many challenges we are imposing on our species and the other inhabitants of this planet.

Billion Dollar Desalination Plants - Is this the Answer to California's Prolonged Drought?

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December 16, 2014 - Desalination of Pacific Ocean water may prove to be a cheaper solution for California then massive relocation of its cities as

What is the Weather and What is Climate Change?

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December 15, 2014 - I am asked this question a lot. My answer is simple. Weather is what is happening today and being forecasted over the next few days. It is the daily phenomena of local atmospheric churning. On any given day the weather we experience has little to do with the overall dynamics of Earth's atmosphere.

Lima Climate Agreement - The Nations of the World Respond to Climate Change

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December 14, 2014 - Two weeks of meetings in Lima, Peru have ended with 190 countries coming to agreement to address climate change on a nation-by-nation basis. Called Intended Nationally Determined Contributions (INDCs) they will form the foundation for climate action from 2020 onward.

VB News Publishes 8 Surprisng Energy Stats for 2014

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December 13, 2014 - Venture Beat in its latest issue of VB News has published 8 statistics for 2014 that show just how much is changing in America when it comes to energy production.

If Early Earth Didn't Get its Water from Comets Then Where?

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December 11, 2014 - The analysis of data from Comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko indicates that water, at least from this comet, is not like water here on Earth.

Solar Power - The Latest News and Technology Breakthroughs

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December 6, 2014 - Although where I live there is scant evidence of a solar energy revolution, it seems in other parts of the world they get it. I share with you three stories that caught my eye in the last couple of weeks.

In Australia 1 in 5 Homes Go Solar

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