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This Changes Everything, Again: On Naomi Klein's "On Fire"
"On Fire The (Burning) Case for a Green New Deal By Naomi Klein Published 09.17.2019 Simon & Schuster 320 Pages"
book  review  climate-change 
november 2019 by tsuomela
Climate change: this problem is bigger than cars and much harder to solve - Vox
"Low-carbon options for heavy industry like steel and cement are scarce and expensive."
environment  climate-change  energy  business  industry 
october 2019 by tsuomela
Even Further Afield: On Charlie Jane Anders’s “The City in the Middle of the Night” - Los Angeles Review of Books
"The City in the Middle of the Night By Charlie Jane Anders Published 02.12.2019 Tor Books 368 Pages"
book  review  sf  climate-change 
july 2019 by tsuomela
Relationship Counseling for the Apocalypse - Los Angeles Review of Books
"Sustainability A Love Story By Nicole Walker Published 08.17.2018 Mad Creek Books 288 Pages"
book  review  anthropocene  climate-change  relationship 
january 2019 by tsuomela
Enigma Labs | Temperature Anomalies
"Every day, the Global Historical Climatology Network collects temperatures from 90,000 weather stations. Dating back as far as the late 1700's, the records provide an incredible source of insight into our changing climate. Using this data, we can determine what the weather is normally like for most places on Earth. We can tell you that the average low temperature in New York City on January 11th is 29°F and that the average high temperature in Los Angeles on July 24th is 80°F. Once we know what temperatures to expect on any given day with a certain degree of confidence, we can sift out the uneventful days, leaving only anomalous weather events."
data-science  demonstration  weather  environment  temperature  climate-change  public-data 
september 2018 by tsuomela
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