Archive – Climate – Ecology – Nature

This is Where the Last Arctic Sea Ice Will Remain – National Geographic January 2018

We’re Seeing the Largest Loss of Sea Ice in the Last 1,500 Years – Vox

Cashing Out From the Climate Casino Bill McKibben Dec 12, 2017

No Fracked Gas in CT  – Dragonfly Climate Collective June 13, 2016

Newest Climate Warnings from McKibben and Hansen – Stanley Heller

Global Warming’s Terrible New Chemistry – Bill McKibben

A Bridge to Nowhere: Methane Emissions and the Greenhouse Footprint of Natural Gas (from 2014) – Robert Howarth

Bridgeport effects of sea level after 2 degree rise detail - Copy

Will a New Methane Burning Power Plant Be Under Water?

What You Can Do About Climate – Seven Personal Actions 12/2

The Myth of Carbon Capture and Clean Coal

Short Answers to Hard Questions

Hurricane Sandy Storm Surge in Bridgeport Was 9.8 Feet

A Simple Explanation of Storm Surge

Surging Seas Risk Zone Map – Updated – Climate Central

Obama Should Let Fossil Fuels Lie 11/11/2015

Indonesia Fires Pouring More CO2 into Air Than Entire U.S. Economy – Monbiot

How World Can Go Fossil Free by 2050 – National Geographic

Foreign CO2 Measures Already Saved U.S. $200 Billion

China Burns Much More Coal Than Reported, Complicating Climate Talks

Despite Efforts We’re Headed for 6 Degree (F) World Temperature Increase

Graphic 6 Degree Increase

EPA: Rising Sea Level, Storm Surge to Cost $5 Trillion through 2100

Study Finds Methane Leaks Negate Climate Benefits of Natural Gas

At this Rate We’ll Go Over 2 Degree Increase in 2036 – Michael Mann – Scientific American

10 Images Show What Will Happen to Cities After Sea Level Rise

CO2 Levels Rising at Dramatically Faster Rate

Will Human Survive the Sixth Great Extinction? – National Geographic

Greenhouse Gases Growing – Draft of UN Report

World Banks about 4 Degree Celsius Warmer World by 2100

Game Over for the Climate – James Hansen 2012

Coal in the Air – Yale Herald

Connecticut’s Last Coal Fired Power Plant is in Critical Financial Condition

Greenpeace Activists Climb Bridgeport’s Coal Elevator at Bridgeport Plant

Coal Fired Plants Virtually Extinct in New England (Scientific American)