Prime Minister announces investment in Global Climate Change Action

Prime Minister announces investment in Global Climate Change Action

Today the Prime Minister, Justin Trudeau, announced that Canada will contribute an historic $2.65 billion over the next five years to help developing countries tackle climate change. The Prime Minister made the announcement ahead of the Paris climate conference while attending the Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting in Malta. Canada is committed to ambitious action … Continue reading “Prime Minister announces investment in Global Climate Change Action”

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If you could have one superpower, what would it be?

We were asked that question recently by some high school students in Kentucky. They also asked us about our favorite breakfast cereal (Bill: Cocoa Puffs; Melinda: Wheat Chex); what animal we would want to be (Bill: a bonobo; Melinda: a white leopard); and if we know how to dance the Whip and Nae Nae (one … Continue reading “If you could have one superpower, what would it be?”

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Our Planet’s Temperature Just Reached a Terrifying Milestone

2016 was not only the most unusually warm month ever measured globally, at 1.35 degrees Celsius above the long-term average—it was more than 0.2 degrees Celsius warmer than the previously most unusually warm month ever measured: January 2016.* (“Most unusually warm” is not to be confused with “warmest ever measured.” Average temperatures are much more … Continue reading “Our Planet’s Temperature Just Reached a Terrifying Milestone”

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Role of sustainable energy in ending poverty

The IEA has launched a new high-level distinguished speaker series, big IdEAs. Top thinkers, decision makers and global leaders will give talks that are idea-focused on a wide range of subjects that are timely and relevant but not always directly related to energy. The aim is to foster learning and inspiration – and provoke discussions … Continue reading “Role of sustainable energy in ending poverty”

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What does it mean to live off the grid?

It means life stops when the sun goes down. It means shutting the doors of your business at nightfall and losing out on money to support your family. It means spending up to 15 percent of your limited income on kerosene that gives off fumes that are responsible for more deaths a year than malaria, … Continue reading “What does it mean to live off the grid?”

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The Energy Crisis and Climate Change

The Challenge The future global economy is likely to consume ever more energy, especially with the rising energy demand of developing countries such as China and India. At the same time, the tremendous risk of climate change associated with the use of fossil fuels makes supplying this energy increasingly difficult. John Browne The term ‘energy … Continue reading “The Energy Crisis and Climate Change”

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Global Warming

Global warming is quickly becoming the biggest threat to the long-term survival of America’s wildlife. Average temperatures in the U.S. over the last century have already increased by more than one degree fahrenheit. Seven of the top 10 warmest years on record for the contiguous 48 states have occurred since 1998, and 2012 was the … Continue reading “Global Warming”

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Climate Change

Here’s what you need to know about the warming planet, how it’s affecting us, and what’s at stake.

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Revolutionary Renewal Green Energy Power System To Hit Shores Of Nigeria

Debbie Mishael Consulting Limited, Nigeria has partnered with Ospreywood Labs

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