Alphabet of Climate Change from A to Z, Now “X” for Xcel or Not

January 24, 2023

“Xcel” Names Outstanding Green or Blue or Brown Things or Not From the Desk of Duane G. Nichols, FrackCheckWV.net, January 24, 2023 XCELPLUS INTERNATIONAL ~ About our company … In 1999, XcelPlus was started as a private label distributor for a line of specialty chemicals and lubricants. Along the way, we found reducing energy consumption [...]

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Alphabet of Climate Change from A to Z, Now “W” for Weather

January 23, 2023

WHAT? ~ Whether the Weather is Winding for Wicked Wretchedness? >>> Adapted from the Article by Elizabeth Kolbert, New Yorker Magazine, November 28, 2022 The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration tracks weather-related disasters in the U.S. that cause more than a billion dollars’ worth of damage. According to NOAA, in the nineteen-eighties the U.S. saw [...]

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Alphabet of Climate Change from A to Z, Now ”V” for Vehicles

January 22, 2023

Current Climate: Tipping Points To Net Zero, Smarter Train Tracks And Greenland’s Accelerating Melt >>> From the Forbes Article by Alex Knapp & Alan Ohnsman, January 21, 2023 [This information is from the “Current Climate” from Forbes, which every Saturday brings you the latest news about the business of sustainability. Sign up to get it [...]

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Alphabet of Climate Change from A to Z, Now U for United Nations Programs

January 21, 2023

United Nations Doggedly Pursues International Climate Agreements Amid Global Turmoil (2022 Year in Review) >>> From Collected News by Duane Nichols, FrackCheckWV.net, January 21, 2023 SUMMARY ~ Despite strong evidence that human activity played a role in catastrophic weather events, and the emergence of a fuel crisis sparked by the war in Ukraine, greenhouse gas [...]

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The Alphabet of Climate Change from A to Z, Now T for Temperatures on Earth

January 20, 2023

T = Temperatures are Rising Locally and Globally From the Article by Elizabeth Kolbert, New Yorker Magazine, November 28, 2022 The Institute for Exercise and Environmental Medicine, in Dallas, offers a hyperbaric chamber where divers can recover from the bends, a pool equipped to continuously measure swimmers’ oxygen use, and a climate-controlled vault that can [...]

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The Alphabet of Climate Change from A to Z ~ Now S for Sand & Sixth Mass Extinction

January 19, 2023

Frac Sand Sentinel #427 ~ “Sixth Mass Extinction” From the Newsletter by Patricia Popple, Frac Sand Sentinel, January 15, 2023 If the Planet is Warming, Why am I Freezing? ~ Scientists for a long time have been looking at the causation of changing weather patterns and climate and how these two elements are instrumental in [...]

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The Alphabet of Climate Change from A to Z ~ Now R for Republicans

January 18, 2023

The Letter R for Republicans ~ Republicans Show No Concern for Global Climate Change From the Article by Elizabeth Kolbert, New Yorker Magazine, November 28, 2022 Reaching net zero in the U.S. will require putting such wrangling aside. It will require building out the transmission system while, at the same time, expanding its capacity so [...]

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The Alphabet of Climate Change from A to Z ~ Now Q for Quagmire

January 17, 2023

The Letter Q for Quagmire ~ The National Electric Transmission Grid System From the Article by Elizabeth Kolbert, New Yorker Magazine, November 28, 2022 Take what’s been called the “transmission quagmire.” To clean up America’s grid, it’s not enough to build new generating capacity, or even new generating capacity plus new storage capacity. Power has [...]

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Climate Change Resists Narrative, Yet the Alphabet Prevails (A to Z): Now P!

January 16, 2023

“P” = Pipelines Making News About Fossil Fuels >> RE: “Fractured Sanctuary: A Chronicle of Grassroots Activitists Fighting Pipelines of Destruction in Appalachia” by Michael Barrick, January 12, 2023 ‘From Almost Heaven to Almost Hell’ ~ Containing articles written between 2014 and 2022, it is an account of reluctant, citizen activists who rose up organically [...]

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Climate Change Resists Narrative, Yet the Alphabet Prevails (A to Z): Now O!

January 15, 2023

OBJECTIONS or Limitations to Progress for Tech Solutions! . . >> From an Article by Elizabeth Kolbert, New Yorker Magazine, November 28, 2022 . . “SEEKING NETZERO” . . . “The gap between wishful thinking and reality is vast. “So observes Vaclav Smil, a professor emeritus at the University of Manitoba. The observation could apply [...]

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