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Morocco’s Path to Resiliency from Climate Change by Barnard Blogger Hafsa Sabri

Morocco’s geography consists of the “Rif Mountains in the north, the Atlas Mountains in the center, plateaus in the east, plains and coast in the west, and desert in the south” and the country has a Mediterranean climate. In terms of water resources, it varies: the south suffers from water shortages year-round while coastal plains

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Our Take: Politicians Stop Short of Full Climate Change Agenda by ClimateYou Senior Editor George Ropes

Jerry Brown, the Governor of California and a climate activist, was nevertheless booed at the COP23 Conference in Bonn last week for not going further, faster, then he already has to reduce the carbon emissions that cause climate change. Bill McKibben penned an article in The New Yorker about a disgruntled audience booing Brown who was seen

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Renewable Natural Gas Is Gaining by ClimateYou editor Abby Luby

On National Bioenergy Energy Day last week, we learned of the non-profit Energy Vision who announced awards to three innovative companies advancing renewable natural gas (RNG) made from organic waste: Ameresco, Quantum Biopower, and CCI Bioenergy. Here at ClimateYou we are always interested in organic materials that generate energy, especially since we know that uncollected organic wastes emit 25 times more greenhouse gases than the

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Turning Trash into Energy by CityTech blogger Frantzy Dor

Photo Credit: Matthew Lloyd / Bloomberg A Danish energy company that goes by the name of Dong Energy is developing a new technology that would convert trash into energy by breaking down organic materials to create power. This process is unique because this company has developed a method that utilizes “waste streams” combined with recycling

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Solar Power: Incentives and Tesla? by CITI-Tech blogger Viki Bailey

Photo Credit: Winegard – Amazon / altered by Viki Bailey Solar power, is the conversion of energy from sunlight into electricity, either directly using photovoltaics (PV), indirectly using concentrated solar power, or a combination of the two. There are many kinds of discounts and incentives to get people to invest in solar power. Do these incentives even work? If I was to create a

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