The Biggest Clean Energy Advances in 2016

A must read article by MIT’s Tech Review: https://www.technologyreview.com/s/603275/the-biggest-clean-energy-advances-in-2016 By James Temple Clean energy made critical strides in 2016. The Paris Climate accords went into effect, the price of solar installations continued to drop, investments in renewable energy soared, offshore wind finally got under way in the United States, and scientists made a […]

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Climate Change Adaptation Across the U.S.

Article Source: Stormwater Report Droughts are intensifying disputes on water claims in the western United States while other parts of the nation face the devastating effects of flooding. The Mississippi River is among the few rivers that may see fewer floods due to climate change, according to a recent research […]

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Cities Cite Stormwater as Primary Climate Change Concern

Article Source: Stormwarter Report On May 16, the Natural Resources Defense Council and the Rocky Mountain Climate Organization released Doubled Trouble: More Midwestern Extreme Storms. According to the report, severe Midwestern rain storms — those totaling 75 mm (3 in.) or more in 1 day — have doubled in the last […]

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