Category Archives: Greenhouse Gas Emissions

California Wildfires and Trump Wildfires

California Wildfires and Trump Wildfires It takes a whole news organization, or all news organizations, to cover all of the crazy statements of the Dissembler in Chief.  I certainly will not spend time on it. Unless, of course, it applies … Continue reading

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Clean Energy Jobs and Investments in Orange County Districts

Clean Energy Jobs and Investments in Orange County Districts It’s important for local politicians and voters to realize the importance of clean energy jobs and investments in California and Southern California.  Even without an acceptance of the science of climate … Continue reading

Posted in 2018 Midterm Election, Clean Energy, Climate Science, Dana Rohrabacher CA 48th, Economies, Energy Efficiency, Greenhouse Gas Emissions, Mimi Walters CA 45th, Renewable Energy, Solar Energy, Wind Energy | Leave a comment

This Celebrates My 900th Blog Article

This Celebrates My 900th Blog Article Unfortunately, it is on a very sad day, due to the attack on the Tree of Life Synagogue in Pittsburgh.  That was preceded by a week of bombs from the #MAGAbomber to 14 Trump … Continue reading

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The Club of Rome World Projections to the Year 2050

“Transformation is feasible”.  “How to Achieve the Sustainable Development Goals Within Planetary Boundaries.” A Report to the Club of Rome from the Stockholm Resilience Center and the BI Norwegian Business School.  They use a model with many development factors to … Continue reading

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Increased Oil Prices as a Test of a Carbon Tax

Increased Oil Prices as a Test of a Carbon Tax The cost of a barrel of oil has increased by double from its $41 minimum average in 2016 to $80 a barrel now for the OPEC basket, although the 2018 … Continue reading

Posted in Affairs of State, Autos, CAFE Standards, California Oil, Climate Change, Fossil Fuel Energy, Greenhouse Gas Emissions, Oil, Tax Laws | Leave a comment

Energy Secretary Ernest Moniz’s Talk at Distinctive Voices at the Beckman

Energy Secretary Ernest Moniz’s Talk at Distinctive Voices at the Beckman ”Accelerating the Clean Energy Transformation” Prof. Ernest Moniz was President Obama’s Secretary of Energy from 2013 to Jan. 2017.  He worked with Secretary of State Kerry to negotiate the … Continue reading

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Hazardous Climate Change Effects in a Conservative IPCC Report

Hazardous Climate Change Effects in a Conservative IPCC Report The earth’s mean temperature has risen one degree Centigrade or 1.8 degrees Fahrenheit from the pre-industrial age in 1750.  The European and Paris Agreement goal has been only a total 1.5 … Continue reading

Posted in Clean Energy, Climate Change, Climate Science, Coal, Coastal Flooding, Fossil Fuel Energy, Global Climate Action Summit, Greenhouse Gas Emissions, Laguna Beach Flood Levels, Mayor's Climate Action Plan, Ocean Acidification, Paris Climate Accord, Paris Climate Agreement, US Climate Mayors | Leave a comment

Trump Visits Two States Which He Will Help Drown

Trump has just visited two flooded states, North and South Carolina.  Scientists have just estimated that rainfall had increased by 50% for hurricane Florence due to climate change.  That means 1/3 of the rain that fell was due to climate … Continue reading

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Who is Responsible for Carbon Neutrality?

Who is Responsible for Carbon Neutrality? I don’t have the answers to this. I just have a lot of questions. Hundreds of firms will at sometime sign up for Carbon neutrality. This may well include all large and important American … Continue reading

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