Joan Barminski, Regional Director, Pacific Region, Ocean Energy Management, technology

June 29, 2018 by  
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Dawn Lippert, CEO, Elemental Excelerator, investments, Hawaii

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Too much sun? Rising heat hits health, water in San Diego

June 27, 2016 by  
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Climate change is turning up temperatures in sunny San Diego, creating an array of health and water challenges for the regional economy. Here’s how businesses are dealing with it.

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Subway Still Shut Down After Tropical Storm Irene Hits NYC

August 28, 2011 by  
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Photo © Eguchi Shintaro Tropical Storm Irene battered the New York area on Sunday morning, leaving the regional transportation systems crippled and thousands without power. Both of New York’s major airports were still closed on Sunday afternoon, and a combination of flooding, downed wires and fallen trees prevented the New York transit system from resuming operations. Although the storm wasn’t as destructive as initially feared, it did cause major flooding in the New York area, and it left officials scrambling to try to get the subway system up and running in time for work Monday. READ MORE > Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: floods , hurricane irene , MTA , natural disasters , new york city subway , public transit , Tropical Storm Irene

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New Jersey Governor Pulls Out of Regional Climate Initiative

May 27, 2011 by  
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Image: Wikimedia The Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative, officially described as the “first market-based regulatory program in the United States to reduce greenhouse gas emissions” with the goal of a 10-percent reduction from the power sector by 2018, just lost one of its 10 member states. ..

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Irrigation May Reduce Climate Change. Not Good News.

September 9, 2010 by  
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Image credit: GenBug (Creative Commons) With all the evidence of human-induced global warming , you’d think it would be good news that some of our activities, like releasing aerosols for example, are also helping to cool the atmosphere. Unfortunately, often the opposite is true.

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How can I reuse or recycle crisp/chip tubes (eg, Pringles)?

May 7, 2010 by  
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We’ve had an email from Julia, who work for the British High Commission in Abuja, Nigeria.

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How can I repair my bent garden fork?

May 6, 2010 by  
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I bent the prongs on my garden fork the other day. Not just a little bit, so the prong line was a little wobbly, but really quite substantially – one prong was about 60° back, the next one about 30°. Oh the fun of having a stone-filled garden.

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Researchers Link Pollution to Oil Sands, Monitoring Body Disagrees

December 8, 2009 by  
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Image credit: Wikimedia Commons It’s not a huge surprise that the oil sands—which have been described as the ” most destructive project on earth ” and were likened to Mordor by a United Nations water advisor—are leaking toxins into nearby streams.

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