Energy

UN Climate Change Conference 2017

The UN Climate Change Conference of 2017 begins today (11/6/2017)! Although President Trump has pulled the United States from the Paris Climate Agreement, this is still very exciting. World leaders are converging on Bonn Germany to discuss how to mitigate the negative effects of climate change- globally- with or without US federal support. Why is …

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Hope with the Paris Agreement Decision by Trump?

Today is World Environment Day, a day we’re supposed to think about the planet, all that it provides us and how we need to care for its natural resources so we continue to thrive. So, perhaps it bears reason to discuss the President’s decision to leave the  Paris Climate Agreement. Even though many advised him …

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Climate change is threatening to push a crowded capital toward a breaking point.

Mexico City is not unlike Chicagoland. It is a city of neighborhoods and suburbs and houses roughly 21 million people (Chicagoland is actually roughly 10 million). They have a democratic government, elect officials to take care of their constituents, which includes providing schooling, police, and municipal amenities like: clean drinking water. In the Chicagoland region …

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No Mention of Climate Change or Renewables on WhiteHouse.gov

After the inauguration of our 45th President, many changes were made to the WhiteHouse.gov including removing any information about climate change, LGBTQ issues, renewable energy and more. Feel free to search for yourself. What I did find is this – “An America First Energy Plan” that basically outlines intents to abolish the existing or proposed policies that actually …

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