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NYC Hotels Take up the Carbon Challenge

The Associated Press reported today that over a dozen famous hotels in  New York City have pledged to cut their greenhouse gas emissions by 30 percent by the year 2025. Those hotels include the Waldorf-Astoria New York, , the Pierre, Crowne Plaza Times Square, the Grand Hyatt New York, the Westin New York at Times

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Balmy Christmas: Climate Change or Weather?

If you live in Northeast America, you might have seen a blossoming cherry tree or a blooming viburnum a few days ago. Yes, the tropical temperatures broke records from Florida to Canada, evoking claims that 2015 was the warmest December and Christmas ever. But does climate change have anything to do with the warm weather? Experts

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Great Video https://youtu.be/rop3ogZ_X4A on Resilient Cities

https://youtu.be/rop3ogZ_X4A In the last 30 years, floods, droughts, cyclones, earthquakes, and other natural disasters have killed an estimated 2.3 million people and caused 3.5 trillion dollars in economic damage, leaving affected areas devastated for years after a disaster occurs. Investing in climate and disaster resilience may seem like a high upfront expense, but the benefits

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ClimateYou’s Monthly Top Rated Sites

InsideClimate News Insideclimatenews.org Non-profit, non-partisan coverage of environmental and climate change topics. Articles and multimedia. SustainableBusiness.com http://www.sustainablebusiness.com/ Provides global news and networking services to help green business grow, covering all sectors: renewable energy, green building, sustainable investing, and organics. Urban Climate Change Research Network uccrn.org/ The Urban Climate Change Research Network (UCCRN), is a consortium

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Electric Cars: End-of-Year-Update

Electric car sales in 2015 didn’t break any records, probably because gasoline was so cheap. Perhaps this trend is encouraging EV car dealers to lower their price for their new line of electric cars. In March, 2016 General Motors is unveiling the Bolt for $30,000 after incentives, touted as the first affordable long-range EV in the

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