December 3, 2012

Politics of Climate Change

According to a new analysis released by the World Resources Institute, there are nearly 1,200 new coal plants planned for construction around the world. Most of those plants will be built in China and India, but there are dozens planned for America, Australia, Europe, and Russia.

Mr. McKibben Goes to Washington with a simple message: Do the Math!
[Climate Progress]

Lessons for Post Sandy Sustainability - Sometimes it is better for people to get out of the way [Climate Progress]

Preparing for the next Sandy - robust and resilient response needed 
[Climate Progress

The State University of New York at Buffalo announced Monday that it was closing its newly formed Shale Resources and Society Institute, which was devoted to the study of hydraulic fracturing, citing "a cloud of uncertainty over its work." [New York Times]


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