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Climate Change Forums. Geoengineering. Global Warming / Climate Change. Bill McKibben Articles on Global Warming, Local Economies, Alternative Energies and Renewable Resources, Self-Sufficiency. Bill is a frequent contributor to various magazines including The New York Times, The Atlantic Monthly, Harper's, Orion Magazine, Mother Jones, The New York Review of Books, Granta, Rolling Stone, and Outside.
He is also a board member and contributor to Grist Magazine. Here are links to some of Bill's articles and to various interviews for magazines and radio programs. Note that the links take you off this site, to the source's own website. Obama and Climate Change: The Real Story | Rolling Stone The president has said the right things about climate change – and has taken some positive steps. But we're drilling for more oil and digging up more carbon than ever. X-Ray of a Flagging Presidency | TomDispatch Will Obama Block the Keystone Pipeline or Just Keep Bending? Movements Without Leaders | TomDispatch What to Make of Change on an Overheating Planet. Will Democrats Destroy the Planet? Refuel on Nuclear Power – the Silver Bullet!!!
Nuclear energy vs. carbon based fuels: Which is worse? Carla Garrison Japan’s recovery and crisis management since the March 11 earthquake and tsunami has been nothing short of miraculous, though the clean-up has just begun.
This week the U.K. Telegraph reported discovery of radioactive water leaks by employees at Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant reactor two. South Korean environmentalists rally to demand halt of expansion of nuclear power plants in Seoul, South Korea, Tuesday, March 29, 2011 (Photo: Associated Press) Regardless of the final outcomes, the public perception damage to nuclear power will carry on like the half-life of cesium-137 (about 30 years). It would be helpful to the world if experts, not spin doctors, would methodically answer the real burning question begged by the incident. According to statistics posted by the U.S. As of 2006, the U.S. led world nuclear production with 787 billion kilowatthours. Renewable Energy.
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