HomeLatest ThreadsGreatest ThreadsForums & GroupsMy SubscriptionsMy Posts
DU Home » Latest Threads » Forums & Groups » Topics » Environment & Energy » Environment & Energy (Group)
Page: 1 2 3 4 5 6 ... 30 Next » | Archives

Environment & Energy (Group)

This is a group, not a forum. Groups often serve as safe havens for members who share similar interests and viewpoints. Individuals who post messages contrary to a particular group's stated purpose can be excluded from posting in that group. For detailed information about this group and its purpose, click here.
Title of discussion thread Replies Author Start time Last reply Recs Views
Poll: Should Deniers Be Allowed To Post In E&E? (Poll) [View all] 85 hatrack Jun 2014 May 15 10 12991
The E/E pocket reference guide [View all] 74 Dead_Parrot Feb 2012 May 2 30 29075
Tar Sands 1 GliderGuider 12 min ago 2 min ago 0 21
Offshore Drilling Foes Invoke 1953 Law to Prod Obama on U.S. Ban 0 Rhiannon12866 1 hr ago 1 hr ago 0 42
People power crucial for low-carbon future, new research shows 2 OKIsItJustMe 6 hrs ago 6 hrs ago 2 67
Tests show how trucks can reuse engine heat for power 0 OKIsItJustMe 6 hrs ago 6 hrs ago 2 94
Coral bleaching solution could be just beneath the surface 0 OKIsItJustMe 6 hrs ago 6 hrs ago 4 78
Light can “heal” defects in some solar cells (perovskites) 0 OKIsItJustMe 6 hrs ago 6 hrs ago 1 47
First criticality for Watts Bar 2 (first new nuclear in 20 years) 1 FBaggins 14 hrs ago 7 hrs ago 1 107
In changing oceans, cephalopods are booming 8 IDemo Monday 8 hrs ago 8 215
America's Northernmost Town, Barrow, AK, Posts Earliest-Ever Snowmelt; Beats Record By 10 Days 2 hatrack 8 hrs ago 8 hrs ago 4 100
Drought be dammed: Has the promise of huge dams run its course? 2 LuckyTheDog 14 hrs ago 8 hrs ago 6 105
Inland waterways emit more carbon than expected 0 OKIsItJustMe 12 hrs ago 12 hrs ago 1 69
National Geographic: Crocodiles and Palm Trees in the Arctic? New Report Suggests Yes. 1 Ichingcarpenter 20 hrs ago 12 hrs ago 6 166
‘Biodegradable’ Plastics Are A Big Fat Lie 7 silvershadow Monday 12 hrs ago 16 314
Scotland: World’s first hydrogen bin lorries launched in Fife 2 nationalize the fed 18 hrs ago 15 hrs ago 4 128
US Interior Sec.: You drive a car is why we need fracking on public lands 13 Ichingcarpenter 20 hrs ago 15 hrs ago 8 183
Exxon Unlikely to Change Course on Climate Change at Annual Shareholder Meeting 0 Ichingcarpenter 20 hrs ago 20 hrs ago 0 89
Burning reactor fuel could have worsened the Fukushima disaster 8 OKIsItJustMe Friday 21 hrs ago 4 267
5 In A Row - DOE Suspends Funding For TX "Clean Coal" Project; Of Course, Lamar Smith Fighting Back 0 hatrack 22 hrs ago 22 hrs ago 4 167
Germany Runs Up Against the Limits of Renewables 2 OKIsItJustMe Yesterday Yesterday 4 251
Why This School District Became The First In North America To Go 100% Organic & Non-GMO 15 Ichingcarpenter Monday Yesterday 10 257
Environmentalists are very worried about Brazil's new government 1 Judi Lynn Monday Yesterday 5 111
New Research Confirms Continued, Unabated and Large-Scale Amphibian Declines: Local Action Key to… 1 OKIsItJustMe Yesterday Yesterday 8 132
World could warm by massive 10C if all fossil fuels are burned 1 Eugene Monday Monday 8 111
Chile, other nations set aside territorial aspirations in Antarctica 0 Judi Lynn Monday Monday 5 96
The nuclear waste site at the heart of Canada’s wildfires 2 PADemD Monday Monday 4 170
Danish Meteorological Institute - Arctic Ice Extent Collapsing After Record-Low April 4 hatrack Sunday Monday 16 279
The World's First Metro to Run on Solar Energy Powered by Total and SunPower 0 Judi Lynn Monday Monday 5 105
Tortoise injured in a forest fire gets a 3D-printed shell 0 Judi Lynn Monday Monday 9 123
Arctic Ice trend-watching 6 GliderGuider May 16 Monday 8 320
Current Global Reef Bleaching Event Longest On Record 0 hatrack Monday Monday 3 91
Energy-Storing Train Gets Nevada Approval 4 OKIsItJustMe Sunday Monday 1 229
Millions Affecting By India's Punishing Drought; 500-Meter Wells Dry Up, Suicides Multiply 8 hatrack Friday Monday 22 393
Man-eating monster crocodile may be Florida’s newest invasive species 13 OKIsItJustMe Friday Monday 9 416
Lake Mead, Water Supply For Las Vegas, SoCal and Mexico, Hits Lowest Levels Since Filling In 1930s 14 hatrack Friday Monday 11 249
Canada approves genetically modified salmon for food 3 sue4e3 Friday Monday 1 137
Peruvian farmers harvest water from fog 0 Judi Lynn Monday Monday 13 233
Will more snow over Antarctica offset rising seas? Don’t count on it 3 OKIsItJustMe Friday Monday 3 213
The day coal power dropped out of the national grid for the first time in more than 100 years 3 mahatmakanejeeves Sunday Sunday 38 751
Canada's Trans Mountain oil pipeline clears hurdle despite fears for seaway 1 Eugene Sunday Sunday 1 100
As Powell Shrinks, Glen Canyon's Power Output Falters; 2014 Bill For Spot Power Buys $62 Million 2 hatrack Friday Sunday 7 192
Solar Power: On-farm energy operation 0 OKIsItJustMe Sunday Sunday 4 144
2 Million Mexicans in Rural Areas Set to Win With Solar Power 0 OKIsItJustMe Sunday Sunday 11 154
Green really is the new black as Big Oil gets a taste for renewables 4 OKIsItJustMe Sunday Sunday 1 146
With Solar Power, A Gujarat Village Is Irrigating Its Fields For Free 2 OKIsItJustMe Sunday Sunday 5 113
Ooops. Mirrors blamed for fire at Ivanpah solar plant near Primm. 1 hunter Sunday Sunday 1 202
Even For Experienced Scientists, Arctic In 2016 Is Moving Into "Uncharted Territory" 3 hatrack Sunday Sunday 21 320
Technique improves the efficacy of fuel cells 2 OKIsItJustMe Sunday Sunday 3 111
Wet-Bulb Temperatures Pushing 35C In Pakistan; Delhi Officials: 340 Heat Deaths Through Thursday 3 hatrack Saturday Saturday 11 220
Batgaika Crater - Siberia's Spectacular, Living (And Rapidly Expanding) Lab For Permafrost Loss 1 hatrack Saturday Saturday 11 207
Oil company records from 1960s reveal patents to reduce CO2 emissions in cars 2 GliderGuider Friday Saturday 11 210
Electricity from seawater: New method efficiently produces hydrogen peroxide for fuel cells 1 nationalize the fed Saturday Saturday 5 189
Ft. McMurray Fire CO2 Output So Far +/- 85 Million Tons; About 10% Of Canada's Total 2014 Emissions 0 hatrack Saturday Saturday 4 91
Some population dynamics data: 0 Ghost Dog Saturday Saturday 3 171
Young People Suing Their Government Over Climate Change Just Won Another Big Case 0 silvershadow Saturday Saturday 5 126
Beer Company Creates Edible Six-Pack Rings to Save Marine Life 1 Judi Lynn Friday Friday 9 226
New Berkeley Lab Study Tallies Environmental and Public Health Benefits of Solar Power 0 OKIsItJustMe Friday Friday 5 149
Cooling, time in the dark preserve perovskite solar power 0 OKIsItJustMe Friday Friday 3 137
Non-CO2 GHGs are rising 3.6x faster than CO2 itself 3 GliderGuider Friday Friday 8 154
Energy Department Announces Climate Action Champion, City of San Francisco, Embracing Hydrogen and… 1 OKIsItJustMe Friday Friday 2 224
Atmospheric aerosols can significantly cool down climate 2 OKIsItJustMe Friday Friday 4 165
As European glaciers dwindle, dams could replace them 0 OKIsItJustMe Friday Friday 1 121
Dissertation: The improved Savonius wind turbine captures wind in the cities 0 OKIsItJustMe Friday Friday 4 148
‘Canaries’ of the ocean highlight threat to world’s ecosystems 0 OKIsItJustMe Friday Friday 6 218
Nuclear Shutdowns Could Ramp Up U.S. Carbon Emissions 2 OKIsItJustMe Friday Friday 1 137
India inaugurates one of the world's biggest solar rooftop power plants 1 nationalize the fed Friday Friday 8 141
Peek Inside Tri Alpha Energy, a Company Pursuing the Ideal Power Source (i.e. Fusion) 2 OKIsItJustMe Friday Friday 1 120
If you believe we're reducing carbon emissions, think again 3 pscot Friday Friday 7 148
NOAA Annual Greenhouse Inventory - Record CO2 Jump 2014-15; Methane Growth Rate Nearly Doubles 0 hatrack Friday Friday 7 109
India records its hottest day ever as temperature hits 51C (that's 123.8F) 2 muriel_volestrangler Friday Friday 25 491
Imagine the fate of a global climate treaty without the EU 0 sue4e3 Friday Friday 2 123
The Arctic Ocean is about to get spicier 0 sue4e3 Friday Friday 10 190
‘99 Percent Chance’ 2016 Will Be Hottest Year Published: May 18th, 2016 0 sue4e3 Friday Friday 3 205
Life satisfaction and electricity consumption 0 sue4e3 Friday Friday 2 121
Habitat Quality Drives Birds' Reproductive Success 0 sue4e3 Friday Friday 2 98
Warming due to carbon dioxide jumped by half in 25 years 4 OKIsItJustMe Thursday Friday 6 175
The Last of Hawaii's Wild Donkeys to Be Prepped for Adoption 0 Eugene Friday Friday 4 138
Beer Company Develops Edible Six-Pack Rings That Feed, Rather Than Kill, Marine Life 3 eridani Friday Friday 15 245
People Power Just Trumped Corporate Power: Oregon County Rejects Nestle Water-Grab 1 Judi Lynn Thursday Thursday 8 157
Go to Page: 1 2 3 4 5 6 ... 30 Next »