[Pl1] A new report on the refugee crisis that climate change potentially represents.
[Pl2] A look at the importance of Panama, millions of years ago.
[Pl3] Pittsburgh is spending a lot of money on trash cans.
[Pl4] Among other things, this article really doesn’t understand the relationship between people and Earth.
[Pl5] Some plants appear to handle climate change better than others.
[Pl7] Floating villages, flood parks, highway tunnes, and other ways to adapt San Francisco to climate change.
[Pl8] With the Keystone Pipeline having laid a giant dump in South Dakota, some people are asking whether this is worse than other means of transport. The answer is that it depends on how you measure. Pipeline incidents are always the worst, but they are less frequent. Overall, trucks are the worst and pipelines are slightly less bad than rail when it comes to spillage but slightly better than rail when it comes to human casualties.
[Pl9] The IEA is ever-skeptical of solar’s growth, over and over and over again.