by Patrick Mazza on December 7, 2012
by Anonymous on November 29, 2012
Imagine a world where we invest billions of dollars in improving ecosystem resilience to help combat climate change: conserving and restoring our forests, restoring wetlands, reweaving the landscape tapestry between urban forests, suburbs, farms and wildlands…all because doing so sucks up vast amounts of carbon dioxide (CO2) and provides pure oxygen in return… A fantasy, you say?
by Laurie Wayburn on November 29, 2012
Imagine a world where we invest billions of dollars in improving ecosystem resilience to help combat climate change, all because doing so sucks up vast amounts of carbon dioxide (CO2) and provides pure oxygen in return.
by Chad Kruger on November 27, 2012
This blog was originally posted Nov 20, 2012 by Chad Kruger here. Chad serves as Advisor to the Northwest Biocarbon Intiative and is the Director of Washington State University's Center for Sustaining Agriculture and Natural Resources.
by Sam Bliss on November 17, 2012
One of the hottest selling items in the City of Bainbridge Island, WA is a mini split. No, it is not some new fashion statement. A mini split, also known as a ductless heat pump, heats and cools buildings of all types in ways that save money and increase comfort.
by Patrick Mazza on November 16, 2012
While the East Coast still struggled to recover from Superstorm Sandy, a Nov. 13th Climate Risk Roundtable convened in San Francisco to explore the challenges of keeping society’s vital systems running as the climate grows more turbulent.
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- Much ado about climate in November
With only a few weeks left until the November 3rd election, there’s much ado in the media’s climate coverage about what a Biden presidency might do for clean energy and how it could be “history making” for efforts to address climate change in the US.