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Greenwashing Gas
Gas 101: A new series covering the next big fight against fossil fuels. This edition we look at the range of tactics the gas industry is taking to hide the health and climate impacts of methane gas.
Denial

When your house is on fire

Of course, none of us think of ourselves as climate deniers. But something makes us flinch from bad news, hard conversations, and uncomfortable conclusions. 

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The climate of coverage: news media on climate consequences

We need more from the media than rain-soaked newscasters reporting from hurricane regions to help audiences understand the climate crisis and what we can do solve it. 

Climate Cast: The Latest in Clean Energy Solutions

The resistance is as strong as it is creative

From ranchers blocking Keystone with solar, to counties suing big oil over sea level rise, grassroots action to protect the climate and our communities. 

We’ll always have….oh, never mind

Withdrawing from the Paris Climate Agreement is a crushing affront to Americans and a brutal blow to U.S. standing in the world.  But let’s be sober about what really changes now.

Thanks a quarter million +.

Here's why events like the People's Climate March make it easier to believe the evidence that the fossil fuel empire is entering terminal decline. 

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Clean energy employs more Americans than gas & coal

Costly flood insurance augurs tailspin for coastal real estate, Big Island tops 50% clean power for 2016, Denmark expects wind will compete without subsidies in a few years, and more news of the week in climate and clean energy. 

The tyranny of uncertainty

EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt (and other oil industry apologists) show resilience and adaptability...in their attempts to deny the urgency of responding to climate change. 

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Arctic oil is out, offshore wind is in, PV prices falling

Hawaii to meet 100% RPS five years ahead of schedule, Democrats to target Pruitt and Tillerson in hearings, Bangladesh tests ‘swarm electrification,’ and more news of the week in climate and clean energy.

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Clean energy momentum shifts to states, businesses

Bill Gates launches $1 billion energy venture fund, Canada’s carbon price to reach US$38 per ton by 2022, Arizona considers doubling its renewable power mandate, and more news of the week in climate and clean energy.

ClimateCast logo over Indian solar thermal plant

Trudeau OKs one pipeline, Army Corps delays another

Trump names Koch lobbyist to head energy transition, mayors to ban diesels from four megacities by 2025, Illinois nuclear plants win subsidy, and more news of the week in climate and clean energy.

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When your house is on fire

Of course, none of us think of ourselves as climate deniers. But something makes us flinch from bad news, hard conversations, and uncomfortable conclusions. 

Read More

Thanks a quarter million +.

Submitted by KC Golden on Tue, 05/02/2017 - 13:38

Here's why events like the People's Climate March make it easier to believe the evidence that the fossil fuel empire is entering terminal decline. 

Read More

The tyranny of uncertainty

Submitted by KC Golden on Mon, 03/13/2017 - 09:30

EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt (and other oil industry apologists) show resilience and adaptability...in their attempts to deny the urgency of responding to climate change. 

Read More