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How will utility planning be affected by this week's executive order on climate and energy? During today's OnPoint, Andrew Boatright, chairman of the board of the American Public Power Association, explains how the changing politics surrounding clim

D.C. Circuit Temporarily Postpones Oral Argument on Carbon Pollution Standards from New Power Plants

New Executive Order to Retreat U.S. Climate Change Policies Urges Mexico Forward on Methane
WKNP
3/30/2017

As President Trump dismantles climate change protections, some coastal communities are now planning a “managed retreat” from sea rise. We’ll look at what that means. American efforts to help stall climate change, thrown into reverse this week as Pre

Harvard professor urges scientists to speak up about climate change
The facts, unfortunately, don’t speak for themselves. That’s why scientists have to speak out, according to Naomi Oreskes, a Harvard history of science professor who has taken a close look at the causes and effects of climate change denial. Oresk

The political leaders of Dubai in the United Arab Emirates have an indefatigable belief in the promise of innovation. So when this future-focused city decided they needed help building their own culture of innovation, they came straight to MIT. “We
Edie
3/30/2017

Western consumers who buy cheap imported toys, clothes and mobile phones are indirectly contributing to tens of thousands of pollution-related deaths in the countries where the goods are produced, according to a landmark study.
Ecointerests
3/30/2017

Teen Vogue: Learn more about the packages received by 25,000 teachers from the Heartland Institute containing information denying climate change science
Ecointerests
3/30/2017

World Resources Institute: Climate change is complex. But understanding uncertainty can help us prepare for the unknown
Ecointerests
3/30/2017

Weather forecasting technology used to predict where proteins anchor within human cells
Phys.org: Met Office technology used to study climate change is being used by scientists to predict the behaviour of vitalsorting and location of



Canada’s PEI plans for more wind power & considers energy storage

Canada’s PEI plans for more wind power & considers


Spineless Republican sellouts sign on to fake science

Spineless Republican sellouts sign on to fake


Neil deGrasse Tyson: Trump s anti-science budget will make America stupid again

Neil deGrasse Tyson: Trump s anti-science budget


Latest EDF Methane Study Overstates Emissions from Refineries, NG Power Plants

Latest EDF Methane Study Overstates Emissions from


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