How to assess candidates’ decarbonization and climate resilience plans

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Look for three overarching attributes, says a Nobel-winning scientist.

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How to wake people up to the risks of climate change

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Climate change is a faraway perceived risk, so how can we message its urgency and the cost of inaction?

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Turning the lens around: Using energy co-benefits as a prioritization tool

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And a three-step process to guide your strategy.

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How technology can help transform the fishing industry

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From increasing fish survival rates and helping consumers make decisions about what they eat, there’s room for improvement.

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A Day in the Life of Steven Chu, U.S. Energy Secretary Extraordinaire

November 15, 2010 by  
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Photo: Flickr , CC The Washington Post has a nice – if a bit breathless – profile of Energy Secretary Steven Chu. It shows how this man is infusing new life into a department that was mostly directed by people without much scientific or technical knowledge in the past (Dr. Chu is a Nobel-winning physicist, while the previous 11 energy secretaries were: a financier, three business executives, an a…

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Ford Announces Markets Where Focus Electric Will be Available in Late 2011

November 15, 2010 by  
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Photo: Ford A Brand New Model With an Electric Version from the Start The 2012 Ford Focus electric , which we now know will use LG Chem batteries , won’t be launched everywhere at once when it comes out in late 2011. Ford has studied various regions of the US to find those that best meet certain criteria (like existing hybrid purchase trends, utility compa…

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Reducing CO2: ‘Cap and Trade’ or ‘Fee and Dividend’?

December 25, 2009 by  
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Earlier this month (Dec. 7, 2009), two Op-Ed columns appeared in the New York Times–one, by Nobel-winning economist Paul Krugman, supporting ‘cap and trade’ strategies for reducing carbon emissions, and the other, authored by NASA’s James Hansen (head of the Goddard Space Flight Center) advocating a new approach that he calls ‘fee and dividend’.

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