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A fake Facebook Live of a tornado GIF got more than 14 million views

Facebook Live was conceived to settle viewers in the middle of a scene.

SEE ALSO: Those Facebook Lives from cavity are fake AF

But what happens when that scene is bullshitted? 547 more words

Energy Terrorists [Gaille Energy Blog Issue 49]

October 2016 – Coordinated attacks on five pipelines in four states accessed emergency shut-off valves and stopped the flow of 15% of daily American oil supply.   1,013 more words

Energy Policy

Localization, Inclusion and Integrated Approach on Disaster Risk Reduction

Written by Nanette Salvador-Antequisa

Nanette is the Executive Director of EcoWEB, a non-governmental organisation based in the Philippines. Here she comments on discussions and lessons learned from the Global Platform on Disaster Risk Reduction (GPDRR) held in Cancun on 24-26 May. 1,009 more words

Climate Environment

Do Climate Accords Matter? [Gaille Energy Blog Issue 46]

Talking heads have been complaining about (or alternatively, celebrating) President Trump’s withdrawal from the Paris climate accord.  Lost in their arguing is a simple question.  Can climate accords make (much of) a difference? 561 more words

Energy Policy

Global warming? But I'm so cold!

Do you currently have the heat on in your house?

Are you wrapped in a blanket as you read this?

Do you own multiple pairs of fuzzy slippers? 1,281 more words

Climate & Environment

How to Influence International Energy Policy (Reimagine Energy Policy: Part 4 of 4) [Gaille Energy Blog Issue 36]

Before his nation discovered petroleum, its president idled the power plants whenever he traveled abroad.  The people were left in the dark, suffering from their leader’s absence.  905 more words

Energy Policy

International Shale Gas & Climate Change (Reimagine Energy Policy: Part 3 of 4) [Gaille Energy Blog Issue 35]

“The U.S. leads the world in reducing carbon emissions for the most recent 5- and 10-year periods. Over the past 5 years U.S. carbon dioxide emissions have fallen by 270 million tons.” –  963 more words

Energy Policy