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It’s easy to talk about corporate narratives undermining the fight to do something about climate change. But there’s a lot of room for deeper research and more nuanced understanding. That’s why this is pretty interesting. December of 2015 was the warmest ever recorded in New Hampshire, by far. Indeed, in temperature anomaly terms (degrees above […]
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Embrace Wind Energy or Drown

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On July 13, 2016
A new Siemens wind energy project in west Texas and eastern New Mexico will produce 324 megawatts of energy, enough to fuel 180,000 American households. That’s a lot of energy. This is the kind of wind energy investment we need from all quarters to fight against climate change without completely decimating our quality of life. […]
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Pleistocene Extinctions

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On June 20, 2016
New research suggesting the decline of the American megafauna was a combination of both climate change and human hunting happening at the same time. For a long time, there’s been a debate over whether the rapid extinction of so many large American mammals was because of the warming climates after the last Ice Age that […]

Oregon’s Future

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On June 3, 2016

I just can’t tell you how freaking thrilled I am by the idea of even more Californians moving to Oregon, this time escaping climate change. Of course, climate change is already affecting Oregon

Climate change is the single greatest threat facing our planet. — Bernie Sanders (@BernieSanders) April 7, 2016 Sargent is right on here. Believe it or not, Donald Trump has now made a very important policy statement. Introducing what he billed as an “energy plan,” Trump promised to “cancel the Paris Climate Plan.” Unlike so much […]
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