Category Archives: CC Remediation

Opinion | Your Gas Stove Is Bad for You and the Planet – By Justin Gillis and Bruce Nilles – The New York Times

By Justin Gillis and Bruce Nilles Mr. Gillis is a former New York Times environmental reporter and a contributing opinion writer. Mr. Nilles is a managing director at Rocky Mountain Institute. May 1, 2019 CreditAngie Wang “OAKLAND, Calif. — We have some good … Continue reading

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Quiz: How Does Your Diet Contribute to Climate Change? – The New York Times

Quiz: How Does Your DietContribute to Climate Change? See how your food choices compare with those of other Americans. PICK the meals that are most similar to what you ate yesterday. (Be honest!)

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Your Questions About Food and Climate Change  Answered – The New York Times

How to shop, cook and eat in a warming world. By Julia Moskin, Brad Plumer, Rebecca Lieberman and Eden WeingartApril 30, 2019 Does what I eat have an effect on climate change? Yes. The world’s food system is responsible for … Continue reading

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Opinion | Make America Graze Again – By Margaret Renkl – The New York Times

By Margaret Renkl Contributing Opinion Writer April 22, 2019 11 Ewe lambs grazing.CreditWilliam DeShazer for The New York Times “NASHVILLE — Just past the intersection of Highway 70 and Old Hickory Boulevard, in the Bellevue section of Nashville, stands a tiny … Continue reading

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In a Poor Kenyan Community Cheap Antibiotics Fuel Deadly Drug-Resistant Infections – The New York Times

By Andrew Jacobs and Matt Richtel April 7, 2019,  11 NAIROBI, Kenya — Four days after her toddler’s health took a turn for the worse, his tiny body wracked by fever, diarrhea and vomiting, Sharon Mbone decided it was time … Continue reading

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These Countries Have Prices on Carbon. Are They Working? – By BRAD PLUMER and NADJA POPOVICH – The New York Times

By BRAD PLUMER and NADJA POPOVICH APRIL 2, 2019 NORWAY NATIONAL PRICE ON CARBON ICELAND CANADA EUROPEAN UNION UKRAINE KAZAKHSTAN SWITZERLAND SOUTH KOREA LIECHTENSTEIN LOCAL PRICE ON CARBON California SCHEDULED PRICE ON CARBON JAPAN Mass., N.Y. and seven other states … Continue reading

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Scotland is betting on tidal energy | PBS NewsHour Weekend – December 2018

As Scotland transitions from fossil fuels to renewable energy, it is investing in an unexpected source: tidal currents. Similar to wind turbines, which sit above ground, tidal turbines are one hundred feet below water and use tides instead of wind … Continue reading

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Copenhagen Wants to Show How Cities Can Fight Climate Change – The New York Times

By Somini Sengupta      Photographs by Charlotte de la Fuente March 25, 2019,   189 COPENHAGEN — Can a city cancel out its greenhouse gas emissions? Copenhagen intends to, and fast. By 2025, this once-grimy industrial city aims to be … Continue reading

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No One Is Taking Your Hamburgers. But Would It Even Be a Good Idea? – by Kendra Pierre-Louis – The New York Times

. . . .    . . .    “The beef with beef Agriculture was responsible for 9 percent of greenhouse gas emissions in the United States in 2016, according to the Environmental Protection Agency. While the sectors with the … Continue reading

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Moving Forward: A Path To Net Zero Emissions By 2070 (Paid Post by Shell From The New York Times)

CHANGING HOW TOMORROW’S TRANSPORT IS FUELED COULD HELP THE WORLD HIT THAT GOAL. EXPLORE THE POSSIBILITIES, IN 3-D AND AUGMENTED REALITY. Getting a new TV delivered to your doorstep can seem like magic. With a few taps on your smartphone, … Continue reading

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