(Journal of Applied Meteorology and Climatology Via Acquire Media NewsEdge) ABSTRACT Recent advances in technology permit the irrigation of dry, coastal areas, avoiding the use of fossil water and conflicts with other land use (e.g., for food ... TMC Net, 1 month ago
By By Lara Lázaro-Touza and Elena López-Gunn In the light of Spain's future foreign policy, it is necessary to develop a more pro-active climate diplomacy. This paper analyses Spain's climate diplomacy in line with the Elcano report ...Eurasia Review, 1 month ago
1 , Patrick ODonoughue , Douglas J. Arent , and Morgan Bazilian Joint Institute for Strategic Energy Analysis, Golden, CO 80401; and Strategic Energy Analysis Center, National Renewable Energy Laboratory, ...PNAS, 1 week ago
If we really want to maintain a livable climate, and prevent global temperatures from rising more than 2˚ Celsius, then no nation, anywhere, can burn any oil, gas, or coal at all after 2050, according to a striking new analysis of the latest ...ECF, 1 month ago
Submission to UN warns countries are unlikely to make ambitious emission reduction promises ahead of Paris (Pic: Ken Doerr/Flickr) By Ed King The EU has expressed concern that proposed carbon cuts ahead of a UN climate deal at the end of ...Responding to Climate Change, 1 month ago
Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo, D-N.Y., recently announced that $3.3 million has been awarded to seven research teams to develop smart grid technologies that add resiliency and efficiency to New York State's electric grid. "As we continue to witness the ...Renew Grid, 3 days ago NATIONAL GRID : Governor Cuomo Announces $3.3 Million in New Projects to Improve Resiliency and Efficiency to State Electric Grid 4 Traders, 1 week ago
U.S. carbon emissions are projected to remain above 1990 levels in 2030, even after U.S. President Barack Obama's administration announced new rules to slash greenhouse gases from power plants by almost a third. Total U.S. emissions in 2030 will ...BusinessWeek, 1 month ago
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