Category Archives: Climate Change Remediation

China Hastens the World Toward an Electric-Car Future – by Kieth Bradsher – NYT News

“SHENZHEN, China — There is a powerful reason that automakers worldwide are speeding up their efforts to develop electric vehicles — and that reason is China. Propelled by vast amounts of government money and visions of dominating next-generation technologies, China … Continue reading

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Building a Better Coral Reef – by Damien Cave and Justin Gillis – NYT

Coral reef alive                                                         Coral reef dead ON THE GREAT BARRIER REEF, off Australia — After a plunge beneath the crystal-clear water to inspect a coral reef, Neal Cantin pulled off his mask and shook his head. “All dead,” he said. … Continue reading

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You Fix It: Can You Stay Within the World’s Carbon Budget? – The New York Times

“We need to stay within our carbon budget.To prevent the worst effects of global warming, we have to keep temperatures from increasing by more than 3.6 degrees Fahrenheit (2.0 degrees Celsius) above the preindustrial level — the upper limit agreed … Continue reading

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A Brighter Future for Electric Cars and the Planet – The New York Times

“There is simply no credible way to address climate change without changing the way we get from here to there, meaning cars, trucks, planes and any other gas-guzzling forms of transportation. That is why it is so heartening to see … Continue reading

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If You Fix This- You Fix a Big Piece of the Climate Puzzle – The New York Times

“There’s no single solution for climate change, but there is one that would be more effective than others. What do you think it is? Build more wind farms. Eat less meat worldwide. Improve air-conditioners. Switch to mass transit. Illustrations by … Continue reading

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