May 222015
 

Climate Central
Bad News Keeps Flowing From Antarctica
Climate Central
The massive shelves of ice that ring Antarctica have been shrinking over the past couple of decades, and that could have grave implications for sea level rise. It's not the ice shelves themselves that pose a problem: they're mostly afloat, so when they
Antarctica Ice Sheet Is DisintegratingNBCNews.com
Antarctica: 'Stable' inland region lost 350000 Empire State Buildings worth of International Business Times UK
Sudden increase in ice loss in AntarcticaScience a Gogo
U.S. News & World Report –Nature.com –Quartz
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May 222015
 

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Project developers eager to set up solar PV power projects in Jordan took a shot at the lowest-ever tariff in the second round tender under the country’s solar power program. Jordan allocated 200 MW of solar PV power projects in the second round auction, after a total of 33 companies had submitted technical proposals to set

Jordan Closes 200 MW Solar Tender With Record-low Tariffs was originally published on CleanTechnica.

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May 212015
 

Los Angeles Times
Cold weather is much deadlier than extreme heat, study says
Los Angeles Times
Extreme heat waves like the one that killed more than 70,000 Europeans in 2003 may be the most visible examples of deadly weather, but cold days actually cause more deaths than hot ones, a new study says. After examining more than 74 million deaths …
Moderately cold weather 'more deadly than heatwaves or extreme cold'The Guardian
Cold Weather Much Deadlier than Extreme HeatSci-Tech Today
Cold deemed deadlier than heat when it comes to weather deathsCBC.ca
NBC Right Now
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May 212015
 

Business Spectator
Beautiful Antarctica is losing its edge
Business Spectator
The biting, sharp-edged cold I'd expected on my recent three-week ship and kayak trip in Antarctica was not there. I was seldom cold, and often overheated. The Antarctic Peninsula in summer is now significantly warmer than Colorado in winter. For a

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May 212015
 

Food & Water Watch, the New York Public Interest Research Group and Catskill Mountainkeeper, all of which were part of New Yorkers Against Fracking, have helped form a new group called the New York GMO Labeling Coalition. “They have to have a cause to …
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May 212015
 

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Originally published on EV Obsession. Earlier this year, the Chinese electric car invasion quietly began with a pilot program in Chicago, where Uber drivers were offered a chance to test out the BYD E6. The 60 kWh battery pack provides up to 186 miles/300 km of driving range per charge, but for 2016 the BYD

2016 BYD E6 Will Get Bigger Battery & Longer Range was originally published on CleanTechnica.

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May 202015
 

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Originally published on RMI Outlet. By Laurie Guevara-​Stone As most Alaskans can attest, energy in The Last Frontier is expensive. The average residential electricity rate of more than 18 cents per kWh is a full 50 percent higher than the national average, ranking among the highest in the country. That’s in part because outside the

Kodiak Island Goes 100% Renewable Electricity was originally published on CleanTechnica.

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May 202015
 

Fracking wastewater may be more radioactive than researchers previously believed. A new study shows that “commonly used testing methods may underestimate the total radioactivity of wastewater produced by gas wells that use hydraulic fracturing, or fracking …
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