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Everyday choices

Everyday we make choices.  The food we eat. The transportation we use. The goods we purchase and in turn the companies we support. And while we may not consciously be […]
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There's gold in that there phone!

Did you know that underground mines contain aroung 8 to 10 grams of gold per metric ton (2,200 pounds) while e-waste can have over 10x that amount, ranging between 100-200 […]
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Typhoon helps set a record for power generation

While Typhoon Haikui forced many wind turbines to shut down, it also helped the world's largest turbine set a record. On September 1st, the turbine produced 384.1 megawatt hours (MWh) […]
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Livestream the Carbon Newbie Summit

The Carbon Newbie Summit is this Thursday and now everyone will have the chance to learn as it is now going to be live-streamed. It all starts at 9:30am ET […]
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A Swedish solar truck

A truck almost completely covered in solar panels is the result of a a collaboration involving Scania, Uppsala University, Eksjö Maskin & Truck, Midsummer, Ernsts Express, and Dalakraft. The solar […]
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A free educational resource about history and the climate crisis

Are you a secondary school teacher or a parent who would like to have a resource for helping young people (and yourself) understand how a knowledge of environmental history can […]
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Green energy keeps people cool

The news of record-breaking heat has been coming from around the world this summer but in location after location renewable energy has managed to keep the grid from faltering under […]
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Curbside giveaway day

Whether you are heading into fall or spring, the change in seasons often springs a desire to clean and organize. Often we end up having things that we no longer […]
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Finding your (climate) people

If you are feeling sad or confused or angry about something you likely look for a friend, family member or trusted colleague to talk things over with. This is a […]
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Increasing the rate of change to decrease warming

The latest report from the United Nations suggests that there is a lot of work to be done if we are to reduce our carbon emissions to the level that […]
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