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As Hurricane Season Approaches Climate Adaptation Is More Necessary Than Ever

This blog is the fourth of a four-part series by Simon Mahan, Chris Carnevale, Jennifer Rennicks, and Ulla Reeves on hurricanes and energy. Previous blogs have focused on Hurricanes and Climate Change,…

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Hurricanes and Offshore Drilling

This blog is the third of a four-part series by Simon Mahan, Chris Carnevale and Jennifer Rennicks on hurricanes and energy. Previous blogs have focused on Hurricanes and Climate Change, and Hurricanes…

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Hurricanes and Climate Change

This blog is the first of a four-part series by Simon Mahan, Chris Carnevale and Jennifer Rennicks on hurricanes and energy. Future blogs will focus on Hurricanes and Wind Farms, Hurricanes and…

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Weird Weather Wonderland, Where is Winter?

Lately I have been looking at my January Daffodils, and wondering how is it that people refuse to wake up to the increasingly unstable and weird weather we are experiencing. I'm about…

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2011 Setting Records in all the Wrong Places

[A recent SACE blogpost on extreme weather and climate change has been modified/updated to serve as a year-end climate action/policy recap for 2011] Setting records is typically an accomplishment we celebrate: running…

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How Wind Farms Weather Hurricanes

This is the second in a three part series of blogs examining how natural disasters like hurricanes impact our energy generation. Recently, we published a blog on the Intermittency of Fossil Fuels highlighting…

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The Last Decade

As Jen and I prepare to head over to Copenhagen Friday, this article caught my eye: "Decade of 2000s was warmest ever, scientists say." Also, our friends at National Wildlife Federation and…

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Gambling with our future in Mississippi

So while I don’t Twitter, I do want to share what I’m doing early this week.  I’m attending the Southern Growth Policies Board 37th Annual Conference in Biloxi, Mississippi.  The title of…