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France Judged Guilty in Climate Case

For five years, climate activists have touted the 2015 Paris Agreement as a milestone in the commitment made by almost all the countries of the world

Grow a Greener Grid

In August of 2003, a high-voltage power line in northern Ohio brushed against some overgrown trees setting off a series of line failures and overloads

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Coal is Dying, and So Are We

Coal is a dead man walking, but it’s taking too long to die. As the dirtiest of fossil fuels, coal is one of the main

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The Urgency of Reprogramming Republicans

David Brooks, writing in the New York Times, argues persuasively that the Democratic Party must establish and maintain close contact with and direct effective policies

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Dems Take On Fossil Fuels

Joe Biden last month announced a far-reaching plan to transform the US energy system from fossil fuels to clean energy sources like wind and solar.

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A Very Good Question

ClimateYou recommends that you read this article from CleanTecnica in its entirety. It is attributed to its composite Contributing Editor. The piece asks: Why are

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An End To Globalization?

Forbes posted a well-reasoned, persuasive article on Thursday, May 21, 2020, titled: “Face it, China-led Globalization is Coming to An End, ” by Senior Contributor

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Joe Biden Should Adopt a Green Theme

This article by Liz Peek writing for The Hill leans pro-GOP, but its thesis is accurate: Joe needs a campaign theme. Here’s what it should

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Read this Article, Heed this Message

ClimateYou customarily cites articles that inform our readers about some aspect of climate change. We summarize, comment on, or critique them, and we always provide

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Oil Will Rebound, But Not By Much or For Long

Haley Zaremba, writing for Oilprice.com, sketches a scenario whereby oil would once again be selling for $100 a barrel. Dream on.  All long-time oil industry watchers know