Author Shares Unorthodox Look at the Ways of Water

How water moves through the global ecosystem and shapes our landscapes is the subject of a must-read new book by writer Erica Gies, according to BookShelf editor Tom Henry. A significant part of water’s story is how humanity invariably fails when trying to manipulate it. But hope may reside with Gies’ various “water detectives,” who explore how to “let water go where it wants to go.”

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"White House Alarm Rises Over Europe As Putin Threatens Energy Supply"

"White House officials are growing increasingly alarmed about Europe’s energy crisis and Russian President Vladimir Putin’s threats to force a bleak winter on the continent." "Biden aides have redoubled efforts to increase natural gas exports across the Atlantic but see few obvious solutions".

Source: Washington Post, 09/13/2022
September 15, 2022

Methane Removal: On the Critical Path to Reducing Peak Global Temperatures

Sponsored by the NGO Methane Action, this webinar features leading experts in the science and governance of methane removal, presenting and answering your questions on how methane removal technologies work, what they can accomplish, and how to realize their game-changing potential quickly. 2:00-3:30 p.m. ET.

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"Liz Truss, New UK Leader, Lays Out Sweeping Plan to Cap Energy Prices"

"Scrambling to spare millions of households the pain of skyrocketing energy bills this winter, Britain’s new prime minister, Liz Truss, announced a sweeping plan on Thursday to freeze gas and electricity rates for two years, at a cost of tens of billions of pounds to the British Treasury."

Source: NYTimes, 09/08/2022

"Heat Pumps Should Be Key To Truss’s Energy Strategy, Urges Expert"

"Heat pumps need to be at the heart of any new energy strategy, to keep Britain’s homes warm and reduce greenhouse gas emissions, but so far there is little sign of the policy measures needed, one of the UK’s leading heating experts has warned."

Source: Guardian, 09/07/2022


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