Sabrina McCormick, Associate Professor, Environment and Occupational Health, George Washington University

Don’t say Climate Change: “Its a poisonous term to use”

EPA funded Sociologist Sabrina McCormick has some advice for city officials trying to push their climate projects past the legislature; The best way to fight climate change? Don’t call it climate change. American cities from Boston to Baton Rouge are getting hammered by hurricanes, torrential downpours, and blizzards amped up by climate change. Maybe that’s…

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Biologists: We need more Money to Forecast Climate Catastrophe

Guest essay by Eric Worrall A group of biologists have demanded more resources for data collection, so they can fill in the missing pieces of biodiversity models which forecast ecological catastrophe. Forecasting climate change’s effects on biodiversity hindered by lack of data WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. – An international group of biologists is calling for data…

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$90 Billion Per Year: Africa’s Demand for Going Green

Guest essay by Eric Worrall Africa has just produced a report which estimates between $60 – $90 billion per year will be required for Africa’s green energy revolution. Following high-level declarations at the Sustainable Development Goals and the Paris Climate Conference in late 2015, there is a growing appetite for renewable energy in Africa. This…