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Copenhagen Broke My Heart

It’s a tragic love story, me and Copenhagen. We fell in love in the spring of 2009 – romantic to start with. I was 18, had a relatively recent understanding of the enormity that Climate Change is and what it means for us, and I was so, so hopeful. 390 more words

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News from the Climate Reality Project

Last week,  the United States and China, the world’s two largest emitters, jointly announced their targets reducing carbon emissions after months of negotiation. The U.S. will emit 26-28 percent fewer carbon emissions in 2025 than it did in 2005, and China will see carbon emissions peak by 2030, when 20 percent of the nation’s energy will also come from clean sources. 151 more words

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AIR Without a Care

Air. It’s become our most insidious enemy that we can’t even see. Its strongest card is that it’s completely invisible. It’s the ultimate force!

Changing from a light breeze to gale force winds within seconds, it’s completely erratic. 712 more words

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Candidates Forum on Climate Change Speech

On Monday 17 Nov, Sean spoke alongside other candidates at the candidates forum on climate change. The night was organised by Climate Action Moreland. 9 more words

Should We Replace Dirty Coal With Clean Energy? Will We?

Deciding New Mexico’s Energy and Climate Future

Opportunity Knocks. What Will Our Answer Be for Replacement Power?

 

Bianca Sopoci-Belknap

New Mexico is at a crossroads when it comes to energy. 1,071 more words