Climate News Weekly: SEJ, green banks, solar sheep, and more
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by James Lawler
5d ago
This week on Climate News Weekly, James Lawler is joined by Dina Cappiello. They discuss the latest on green banks, the recent turmoil at the SBTI, the power of solar sheep, and more. Follow us on Twitter, LinkedIn, Facebook, and Instagram. Contact us at contact@climatenow.com Visit our website for all of our content and sources for each episode ..read more
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Climate News Weekly: Richard Benedick, geoengineering test, and more
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by James Lawler
5d ago
This week on Climate News Weekly, James Lawler sits down with Julio Friedmann and Darren Hau. They discuss the passing of climate leader Richard Benedict, a new geoengineering experiment, new California rules for energy distribution and use, and the emergence of a new biomass startup. Follow us on Twitter, LinkedIn, Facebook, and Instagram. Contact us at contact@climatenow.com Visit our website for all of our content and sources for each episode ..read more
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Climate News Weekly: Richard Benedict, geoengineering test, and more
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by James Lawler
2w ago
This week on Climate News Weekly, James Lawler sits down with Julio Friedmann and Darren Hau. They discuss the passing of climate leader Richard Benedict, a new geoengineering experiment, new California rules for energy distribution and use, and the emergence of a new biomass startup. Follow us on Twitter, LinkedIn, Facebook, and Instagram. Contact us at contact@climatenow.com Visit our website for all of our content and sources for each episode ..read more
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Climate News Weekly: Coal plants closing, AI for climate, decarbonizing industry, and more
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by James Lawler
3w ago
This week on Climate News Weekly, James Lawler and Julio Friedmann discuss coal-fired power plant closures in New England, how the DOE is spending billions to spur innovation in technologies to decarbonize top-emitting industries, the role that AI can play in a variety of climate change fighting efforts, and more. Follow us on Twitter, LinkedIn, Facebook, and Instagram. Contact us at contact@climatenow.com Visit our website for all of our content and sources for each episode ..read more
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How climate changes where people live
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by James Lawler
3w ago
In the U.S. alone, 162 million people will experience a worse quality of life due to the changing climate within the next 30 years. Rising sea levels stand to displace 13 million Americans in the long run while wildfires and other risks are likely to displace millions more. With 3.2 million American climate migrants to-date, it’s time to start thinking about what our country’s future might look like. Even these statistics may be vast underestimates because nailing down someone’s exact reason for moving is harder than it may seem. So, how do we determine what factors influence people’s decision ..read more
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Climate News Weekly: Increasing electricity demand, building more battery storage, and more
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by James Lawler
1M ago
This week on Climate News Weekly, James Lawler is joined by Julio Friedmann and Canary Media Reporter Julian Spector. Julio reports on his experience at CERAWeek, and discusses rising energy demand. Julian shares his thoughts on new battery construction projects. Follow us on Twitter, LinkedIn, Facebook, and Instagram. Contact us at contact@climatenow.com Visit our website for all of our content and sources for each episode ..read more
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Charging Electric Fleets (3/3)
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by James Lawler
1M ago
In 2023, electric vehicle drivers reported that, when pulling up to one of the more than 140,000 EV public charging stations across the United States, something went wrong about 21% of the time, leaving them unable to charge their vehicles. Such unreliability in charging availability could be crippling to what needs to be rapid growth in the EV market, and produces particular challenges to fleet operators considering EV adoption. They will be dependent on reliable EV charging to ensure their business remains operational and on schedule.  Increasing the reliability of public EV charging is ..read more
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Climate News Weekly: SBTI updates, CERAWeek, and more
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by James Lawler
1M ago
This week on Climate News Weekly, James Lawler is joined by GreenBiz Editor at Large Heather Clancy, as well as regular contributors Dina Cappiello and Julio Friedmann. They discuss the latest updates to the Science Based Targets Initiative dashboard and what they really mean for companies' climate goals, what happens at the Aspen Ideas: Climate festival and CERAWeek, as well as the DOE's latest Voluntary Carbon Dioxide Removal Purchasing Challenge, and more. Follow us on Twitter, LinkedIn, Facebook, and Instagram. Contact us at contact@climatenow.com Visit our website for all of our content ..read more
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Climate News Weekly: MethaneSAT and the SEC Climate Risk Guidelines
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by James Lawler
1M ago
This week we're joined by Dina Capiello and Julio Friedmann to talk about the latest climate news. The IEA released its global warming emissions report for 2023, and emissions continue to rise, but at a slower rate than in previous years. Meanwhile, to better track those emissions, EDF launched its long-anticipated MethaneSAT on March 4th, a satellite that will measure methane pollution worldwide.  And on March 6th the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commissions (SEC) released its final rules to require companies to disclose their climate risk. Follow us on Twitter, LinkedIn, Facebook ..read more
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Climate News Weekly: Natural gas prices, EV leasing, and more
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by James Lawler
1M ago
In this week's episode of Climate News Weekly, James Lawler, Julio Friedmann, and Darren Hau discuss falling natural gas prices and the impact of that on the energy transition, how leasing companies are responding to the EV industry, the need for more sustainable aviation fuel (SAF), and more.  Follow us on Twitter, LinkedIn, Facebook, and Instagram. Contact us at contact@climatenow.com Visit our website for all of our content and sources for each episode ..read more
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