January 8, 2017, by Tim Radford New research forecasts much colder weather in northern Europe if rising CO2 emissions continue to impact on the Atlantic ocean current. LONDON, 8 January, 2017 – Here is the long-term weather forecast for the North Atlantic, in a world … Continue reading Ocean current sends out chilling warning
by Eric Barton January 2017 You’ve seen those videos from a half-century ago predicting a rosy future, right? Everything in the kitchen is done with the push of a button, and we all zip along in cars controlled by robots. It all seems a bit … Continue reading The Future Of Fort Lauderdale: Here’s What Our City Might Look Like In 2050
Amy Lieberman – 10/14/16 The severe risk of climate change and rising sea levels on urban areas has not been addressed in the UN’s proposed New Urban Agenda, so flood-risk cities will have to learn from each another and share solutions. Current projections of global … Continue reading Global sea levels are rising fast, so where does that leave the cities most at risk?
Are we too late? Can we save Miami? What can we do? That is the type of questions Miami business leaders and officials are trying to address … Mayor Levin and many other leaders in the Miami area seem to be getting the picture, we … Continue reading Miami’s Business Leaders Trying to Learn How to Make Money Out of Sea-Level Rise
We need to look at all of our options when planning for transportation and future growth. Here is an interesting article (op-ed) about BRT and some of the benefits. BY WES GUCKERT | MARCH 7, 2016 It may not seem as sexy, but it offers … Continue reading An Overlooked Transportation Alternative: Bus Rapid Transit
I just came across this report from Edward J. Blakely, 2007 Lincoln Institute of Land Policy. I used it in grad school for a few reports. Below is the abstract and a link to the full report. After the wacky weather this December and most of 2015, … Continue reading Urban Planning for Climate Change