Category Archives: climate

Good thing the Germans have so many solar panels

Just think how this would look if they didn’t. But at least they are cheaper than the French, right? No. Safer? No, France is using nuclear power where Germany is using coal.

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Humans can live under water

Sort of. Climate Central produced an interactive map where you can see which areas in the world are in danger of flooding in different projections in the future. This was reported in some newspapers as millions of people were going … Continue reading

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Super-interglacial

We are currently – since about 11,700 years ago – between glacial periods and therefore in an interglacial period. Back in 1978, researches at Exxon described the greenhouse effect of CO2 in the atmosphere and described the already-then result as … Continue reading

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Green Europe

The German government wants to label natural gas as a green energy source, which, even though it produces far less CO2 than coal, seems a bit odd. In Denmark, a very large portion of the energy produced is from renewable … Continue reading

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