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The US adds to the good news about climate change

Summary: Journalists live by the rule “if it bleeds, it leads”, sound business advice which buries important good news. Such as the new data from the EIA about US CO2 emissions. 826 more words

Science & Nature

Seaview Gardens: Summer 2016, Ice Chips

Its midnight, the heat sits on my skin like a lazy teenager. I had long switched off the screens and rested my head on a lukewarm pillow. 87 more words

The Stories

Navigating Climate Change Knowledge Wars

It’s nearly ten years since Kevin Rudd said climate change was the great moral challenge of our time. While three quarters of Australians now believe climate change is happening, some still aren’t sure whether it’s just a natural cycle or whether it’s caused by human activity like burning coal. 91 more words

Interviews

How different are Kyoto Protocol and Paris Agreement?

The signing process of Paris Agreement on Climate Change started from 22 April, 2016. India had signed the agreement and had also signed in 1998 the Kyoto Protocol agreement which preceded Paris agreement. 871 more words

Society

Innovation Centers Help Developing Countries Capture Climate Change Opportunities

WASHINGTON, May 11, 2016—Climate change presents prodigious challenges to developing countries but also tremendous opportunities. A key part of the World Bank Group’s approach to the global climate change agenda lies in helping these countries cope with the challenges while exploiting the opportunities. 1,316 more words

World Bank

Leon Wieseltier on Donald Trump's New Normal: "We must not accustom ourselves to this."

This comes via E.J. Dionne at The Washington Post:

My friend, the writer Leon Wieseltier, suggested a slogan that embodies the appropriate response to Trump’s ascent: “Preserve the Shock.”

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Summer 2016 Musings #12 - Chilling in my Sunroom

Its the morning after Labour Day and I am tired. Still, I manage to wake with the new dawn and thank God for another beautiful morning. 274 more words

Jamaican Stories