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Len Calderone: Can we stop global warming? | Catoosa Walker News | northwestgeorgianews.com – Northwest Georgia News

Second of two articles Can we really be energy independent using alternative energy like President Biden wants us to believe? Can alternative energy save the planet? President Biden thinks so as he signed us back into the Paris Accord. The…

Energy Dept. To Revive Scandal-Plagued Obama-Era Loan Program

Energy Secretary Jennifer Granholm said the Biden administration will revive an Energy Department loan program that led to an Obama administration scandal in 2011 over the misuse of taxpayer-funded loans for the solar energy company Solyndra. Granholm said the “once…

A strike against global warming or a Big Ag giveaway? – Los Angeles Times

Dominic Bruno is not closely tracking the greenhouse gas soaking into the dirt beneath the walnut trees, sunflowers and melon vines at River Garden Farms in Yolo County, where the state of California spent $97,000 this year to create a…

RICKERT: Invest in Climate Change Education – Georgetown University The Hoya

If the United States had taken decisive actions to prevent the spread of coronavirus when it was first discovered here, such as mandatory mask-wearing and social distancing, the country’s total number of COVID-19 deaths would be around 40% lower than…

How is Joe Biden handling climate change? – Quartz

To turn the tide against climate change, on the day of his inauguration US president Joe Biden signed an executive order instituting a raft of policy changes and initiatives. One directed his team to reassess the social cost of carbon….

Butterflies are vanishing out West. Scientists say climate change is to blame. – The Washington Post

The loss of butterflies across Western forests and prairies, like the similar drop in bumblebees nationwide due to rising temperatures, is troubling because both insects play a key role in pollinating crops and wildflowers. And the findings may add to…

California City Bans New Gas Stations…To Fight Climate Change?

As the debate over climate policy continues to heat up, one California city just took an unprecedented step: Banning all new gas stations. As reported by the San Francisco Chronicle, the city of Petaluma will ban the construction, expansion, rebuilding,…

Extreme Cold and Public Opinion on Climate Change – JSTOR Daily

As millions of Americans shivered through the catastrophic winter storms of early 2021, the national conversation turned like clockwork toward climate change. This time the question that always arises with extreme weather—what does this have to do with global warming?—was…

Electric Vehicle Subsidies And Other Green Fantasies

Electric vehicles (EVs) are the future. Everyone will want one because they’re emission-free, ecologically responsible, and more affordable every year. That’s why GM, Volvo, and other manufacturers will soon be making only EVs. Or so we’re told. Some people have…

Fewer butterflies seen across the warming, drying landscapes of American West

(University of Nevada, Reno) New methods of conservation and management of butterfly habitat may be needed to stem the consistent annual decline in the numbers of butterflies over the past 40 years in the western United States, according to a new study published in the journal Science. The decline was estimated using data from 72 locations with at least 10 years of data per location and more than 250 butterfly species.