THIS WOMAN WRITES Wind Power -- for and by Small, Ordinary People
Sunday I spent the entire day reading.
For hours and hours I absorbed myself in The Boy Who Harnessed the Wind, co-written by William Kamkwamba, the proponent of the tale, and Bryan Mealer. I was dra... Posted on 4/23/13 at 1:40 PM
CLOUDBURST September Climatological Overview
The last day of September is a good day to reflect the climate of the past month and to anticipate on what Mother Nature has in store for us. September has been warm this year. We tied a record temp... Posted on 9/30/12 at 9:18 PM
COLOR ME GREEN Tomorrow's Child
Without a name, an unseen face
and knowing not your time nor place
Tomorrows Child, though yet unborn,
I met you first last Tuesday morn.
A wise friend introduced us two,
and through his sobering poin... Posted on 3/9/12 at 10:30 AM
ROVING REPORTER Your Smog Is Our Smog
I didn't fully realize until I arrived in Peru how closely people from outside the U.S. follow our internal politics. Peru has about as lively a political scene as you'll find anywhere, but headlines ... Posted on 9/5/11 at 5:14 PM
NORTH DAKOTA OUTDOORS AND BEYOND North Dakota climate change
Most people take a step back when they read 'climate change' but fear not...don't be afraid. This post is not going to make you shake your head. Here's a group from North Dakota which lists the ND Far... Posted on 1/5/10 at 12:02 AM
Senate Concurrent Resolution 4024, which would direct “the Legislature to study the effects of climate change on this state” received a “do not pass” recommendation from the Senate Natural Resources Committee and defeated on a voice vote.
By Sharon Buhr, Valley City, N.D.
, March 14, 2013
WASHINGTON (AP) — Environmental groups say President Barack Obama's warning about climate change will soon be tested as he decides whether to approve the Keystone XL oil pipeline from Canada to the Gulf Coast.
Matthew Daly, Associated Press
, January 22, 2013
DOHA, Qatar (AP) — Even as international climate talks ended this weekend with no new commitments on carbon emissions or climate aid from the United States, some were relieved America didn't make a weak deal even weaker.
Karl Ritter, Associated Press
, December 09, 2012
Delegates worked through the night to salvage a deal at United Nations climate talks, as efforts to bridge gaps over financing for poor countries and demand for bolder actions by rich countries on emissions made little headway.
DOHA, Qatar (AP) — An area of Arctic sea ice bigger than the United States melted this year, according the U.N. weather agency, which said the dramatic decline illustrates that climate change is happening "before our eyes."
Michael Casey, AP Environment Writer
, November 28, 2012
DOHA, Qatar (AP) — Anticipating an onslaught of criticism from poor nations, the United States claimed "enormous" strides in reducing greenhouse emissions at the opening of U.N. climate talks Monday, despite failing to join other industrialized nations in committing to binding cuts.
Michael Casey, Associated Press
, November 26, 2012
WASHINGTON (AP) — Is it just freakish weather or something more? Climate scientists suggest that if you want a glimpse of some of the worst of global warming, take a look at U.S. weather in recent weeks.
Seth Borenstein, AP Science Writer
, July 04, 2012
When spring sprang early, O.A. Stevens wanted to know why.
Between 1907 and 1961, the professor and botanist for what eventually became North Dakota State University traveled the state, documenting everything he could find and compiling diligent records on how plants responded to differences in temperature and weather.
By Marino Eccher, Forum Communications Co.
, May 12, 2012
DURBAN, South Africa — Yvo de Boer said he left his job as the U.N.'s top climate official in frustration 18 months ago, believing the process of negotiating a meaningful climate agreement was failing. His opinion hasn't changed.
By Arthur Max, The Associated Press
, December 04, 2011
The global output of heat-trapping carbon dioxide jumped by the biggest amount on record, the U.S. Department of Energy calculated, a sign of how feeble the world’s efforts are at slowing man-made global warming.
By Seth Borenstein, The Associated Press
, November 04, 2011
WASHINGTON (AP) — The Obama administration cut corners before concluding that climate-change pollution can endanger human health, a key finding underpinning costly new regulations, an internal government watchdog said Wednesday.
Dina Cappiello, Associated Press
, September 28, 2011
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