Month: November 2022

Climate Corner: Climate change – as American as apple pie?

Nov 26, 2022 Linda Eve Seth editorial@newsandsentinel.com “Good apple pies are a considerable part of our domestic happiness.” — Jane Austen *** What does Climate Change have to do with apple pie? I am sitting in my kitchen… Read More

Climate Corner: Is going nuclear really the right option?

Nov 19, 2022 Randi Pokladnik editorial@newsandsentinel.com As the 2022 United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP27) meetings wrap up in Egypt, citizens around the world realize that we can no longer base our economies on carbon fuels. Many nations… Read More

Climate Corner: Public policy must do better

Nov 12, 2022 Eric Engle editorial@newsandsentinel.com A recent piece in The Washington Post included the fact that, “Carbon dioxide concentrations in 2021 were 415.7 parts per million (or ppm), methane at 1908 parts per billion (ppb) and nitrous… Read More

Climate Corner: Time to end unhealthy relationship with fossil fuels

Nov 5, 2022 George Banziger editorial@newsandsentinel.com I appreciate fossil fuels. They heated my various homes over the years, got me to my office every day during my work life, took me on several exciting vacations, and gave me… Read More

Suggested Readings for November

MOVCA October 2022 Selected Media Postings Compiled by Cindy Taylor Appearing on-line in the Charleston Gazette-Mail: October 27, 2022  Energy and Environment article by Mike Tony “Feds take input on $1 billion program for rural energy upgrades, including… Read More