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2 years ago today, my family woke up with no power, downed trees and fallen power lines. Today, I have new solar panels on my home. On October 29th, 2012 we woke to find ourselves trapped in our dead end … Continue reading

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The latest report from the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, the Assessment Report of Working Group 2 was released in Japan, today, March 31st. 2014. The message is clear, dire and a hard pill to swallow. Climate Change is here, … Continue reading

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Tweet Share Happy Halloween! We, in North America have taken the celebration of ghosts, goblins and monsters to an extreme, and on October 31st we will be ringing in this festive and spooky holiday in a myriad of ways. What’s … Continue reading

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Tweet Share The much-anticipated Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change AR5 (Fifth Assessment Report) will be released at the end of September 2013. Through earlier leaked draft versions many sources tell us that we can expect the report to confirm that: … Continue reading

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Tweet Share Seeing the “forest through the trees” isn’t often as easy as it looks. And getting to the facts on climate change, it’s causes, current and future scenarios are too often obscured and hidden, particularly in the USA, through … Continue reading

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