Why COP27 Should Have Looked at Bethel, Alaska

Whether looking at Bethel’s junk or the earth, we see a finite area from which it is tough to haul away all of the garbage.

Some (sort of) Good Climate News

In the eia’s (U.S. Energy Administration) “Annual Energy Outlook 2022,” their world energy outlook has improved slightly.

How Climate Change Affects Alcohol Levels

A small example of a much larger phenomenon, the response to Bordeaux’s climate change could transform land, labor, and capital.

How Whiskey Made Green Crabs Less Invasive

Knowing that green crabs are a vicious invasive species that are reproducing more rapidly, a distiller had a solution.

The City That Still Has to Keep Its Garbage

Whether looking at Bethel’s junk or the earth, we see a finite area from which it is tough to haul away all of the garbage.

An Unexpected Carbon Footprint at the Global Climate Summit

Displaying how tough it is to be “green,” the carbon footprint at the COP26 Glasgow climate summit was not carbon neutral.

Why Cows Need Face Masks

As a source of the world’s methane, cow emissions have been a focus for researchers trying to reduce their burps.

Why 12 Bottles of Bordeaux Were on the International Space Station

A 14 month International Space Station wine test with 12 bottles of Bordeaux will teach us about about global warming.

What We Should Know About 58.3 degrees

We could call 58.3°F the Goldilocks temperature. It’s not too hot, not too cold, but just right. An IMF paper explained why we need to know this. Electricity Use The study In a recent working paper, an IMF economist hypothesizes…

Where Melting Snow and Ice Create New Shipping Lanes

Thinking about melting snow and ice, we can ask how soon there will be Arctic shipping lanes that provide new trade routes.