While contributing only about one half of 1% (0.05%) of the world’s carbon emissions, this country of about 178 million people is slammed with the monsoons, melting glaciers, massive floods of what has been “theory” about what climate change can do. A third of the country is under water. 1300 people have been killed. That’s… Read More
Sinking CO2 in Iceland- Will it Save Us?
Last week an Iceland company launched the world’s largest effort to bury atmospheric CO2 underground. While this is a bold and encouraging step forward to protect our species from the ravages of climate change, experts fear decarbonization will not be enough. The world must radically reduce its production of CO2. When America was not yet… Read More
ClimateNet Offers Hope for Managing Climate Change Future
Massive computing power using mammoth databases combines with cutting edge approaches born from Artificial Intelligence (AI) research. In the capable hands of a team of scientists and mathematicians at Lawrence Berkeley Laboratories, new approaches to forecasting and managing climate change and major weather events are in development. The ClimateNet project will bring the power of… Read More
Oregon Mayor Speaks on Trump, Cities, Climate Change
(from article by Carey L. Biron) WASHINGTON — Donald Drumpf’s surprise victory in the U. S. presidential election this week scrambled domestic and international calculations, with particularly notable questions looming about the potential impact on global action around climate change. The news broke just as the international community is gathering to discuss global warming for the… Read More