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Electric Vehicles … ‘Solutions Have to be Fun Also’

  Peter Sinclair’s new ‘This is Not Cool’ video for Yale Climate Connections outlines strong case for electric vehicles … and a bright future.

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Hoboken Mayor Sees City on Climate ‘Front Line’

‘Long-term solutions’ is what Hoboken, New Jersey, Mayor Dawn Zimmer is looking for after Superstorm Sandy filled the city ‘like a bathtub’ … and convinced her the town now is on the climate change ‘front line.’

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San Diego Desalination Plant Seen Key in a Drier but Thirsty City

San Diego’s plan to open the world’s largest desalination plant over the next few years is a critical step — one of many — in the efforts of southern California to support a growing population in a warmer and drier [...]

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Purchasing Power

  Large institutional purchasers — those buying for government agencies, universities, and large enterprises — hold a vital key in shaping the economy’s selections driving trends in greenhouse gas emissions and concentrations.

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Great Plains

  Additional heat-related stresses on the region’s agricultural interests are in the cards for the country’s Great Plains states, where new approaches to farming and adaptation will be key in a warmer climate.

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Climate Change and Winter Sports

  Many of today’s available venues for hosting Winter Olympic sports competitions may not be able to do so much longer.

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Improv

  Improvisational jazz and theater exercises are proving useful tools in disaster aid training.

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