What does Transition look like in a place with just 4" of rain a year?
Articles: climate change (376)
•Wells That Fizzle Are a ‘Potential Show Stopper’ for the Shale Boom •The View from Europe: America’s Shale Boom Looks More Like a Blip •BP carves off US shale gas operations into separate unit •Shale, the Last Oil and Gas Train: Interview with Arthur Berman …
Paul Kingsnorth wrote recently of the floods that have hit the UK, arguing that they represent the beginning of "a gradual, messy, winding-down of everything we once believed we were entitled to".
This month our theme is "living with climate change". We'll be exploring that from a variety of angles...
Reports on climate change evidence and causes, legislation, and geoengineering.
No water. That pretty much sums up living with climate change around here, in Los Angeles.
Like many others who preceded us, our "civilisation" faces an Energy Crisis of megawattic proportions, which threatens to bring an end to our brief joyride.
Apocalypse Not: The Oscars, The Media And The Myth Of ‘Constant Repetition Of Doomsday Messages’ On Climate
Since this was Oscar night, it seems appropriate to update my post on what messages the public are exposed to in popular culture and the media.
A win in California for a new fuel tax could shift the national conversation, encourage other states to try it, and give major boost to the "fee and dividend" position at the national level.
The great floods across parts of southern England may have abated, but questions over their linkage to climate change are among the most powerful residues.