“All the Questions You Had About Climate Models But Were Afraid to Ask”

“Climate scientists tell us it’s going to get hotter. How much it rains and where it rains is likely to shift. Sea-level rise is apt to accelerate. Oceans are on their way to becoming more acidic and less… Read More

Emissions Gap Report 2016

“There is a troubling paradox at the heart of climate policy. On the one hand, nobody can doubt the historic success of the Paris Agreement. On the other hand, everybody willing to look can see the impact of… Read More

“Google just notched a big victory in the fight against climate change”

Google’s efforts are a part of the solution.  It will take effort on all our parts to create a sustainable future. This is why we all must make HASTE! http://www.theverge.com/2016/12/6/13852004/google-data-center-oklahoma-renewable-energy-climate-change

“The Disappearing Dream”

“California has responded to the alarms of climate researchers with aggressive emissions goals….These goals likely will prompt shifts to renewable energy and sustainable agriculture, a carbon fee, more walking and cycling in place of driving, and adoption of… Read More

“Largest mass timber building in U.S. opens tomorrow in Minneapolis”

Sustainable timber construction may be a good way to sequester carbon. https://archpaper.com/2016/11/t3-minneapolis-mass-timber-building/#gallery-0-slide-0

“World’s first city to power its water needs with sewage energy”

We need to rapidly implement solutions like this globally.  It would be great if energy recovery is included in all major new and modernization sewage treatment plant projects. https://www.newscientist.com/article/2114761-worlds-first-city-to-power-its-water-needs-with-sewage-energy/

“The broad footprint of climate change from genes to biomes to people”

“Anthropogenic climate change is now in full swing, our global average temperature already having increased by 1°C from preindustrial levels. Many studies have documented individual impacts of the changing climate that are particular to species or regions, but… Read More

Climate Change Threatens Agriculture

“Based on its current popularity and saturation media coverage, one might think that Japanese food had nothing to worry about. However, beneath all of the promotional campaigns — often unnoticed by either supermarket shoppers or restaurant customers —… Read More

‘Wildlife populations down by half since the 1970s’

“For the first time since the demise of the dinosaurs 65 million years ago, we face a global mass extinction of wildlife. We ignore the decline of other species at our peril — for they are the barometer… Read More

‘Why I Started Acting on Climate Change (An interview with David Letterman)’

In David Letterman’s response to the second question, he explained that the people of India look at the population of 1.3 billion people as the solution.  That’s the point of HASTE.  Human Action Saves The Earth.  Working together… Read More