Category Archives: Energy

Oceans in Crisis – SOS

This week in Honolulu, at the International Union of the Conservation of Nature, my colleagues presented the most comprehensive and systemic ocean study ever undertaken on the consequences of oceans warming from burning subsidized fossil fuels. Their conclusion is horrific: … Continue reading

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Deadly Heat Waves Rising

Earlier this month, the annual State of the Climate report validated that 2015 eclipsed 2014 as the hottest year since the inception of continuous record keeping in 1880. Four hundred and fifty of my colleagues from 62 countries worked to … Continue reading

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What We Do to the Arctic, We Do to Ourselves

Earlier this week, extreme weather events read like the script of Hollywood blockbuster “The Day After Tomorrow.” Last Sunday, heavy rains battered northern Chile — three years worth of rainfall fell in 12 hours. Four million people in the capital city of … Continue reading

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Find Your Joy

After a recent MSNBC broadcast on tar balls polluting Southern California’s beaches I was asked, “How do I keep so cheery in the face of numerous environmental calamities that are piling up?” My answer, “Find your joy.” It’s true. From … Continue reading

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Record Heat Quickly Melting Antarctica

Despite a frigid beginning to 2015 along the U.S. eastern seaboard – Earth is showing glaring symptoms of burning more fossil fuels that release in excess of 96 million metric tons of heat-trapping greenhouse gases daily into the atmosphere. On … Continue reading

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