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Do Millennials See Climate Change as More Than Just a Meme?
This paper compares the climate change public opinion of Millennials—born between the years 1981 and 2000—to those of other generations (Generation X, Baby Boomers, the Silent Generation). Recent social and political ...
Global Wind Energy Expansion: Gauging Vulnerabilities to Climate Change
Global demand for low emission renewable energy production continues to intensify. Wind turbine power plants, which harness the kinetic energy from wind to generate electricity, continue to proliferate due to the ...
Greenhouse Gas Emissions Reductions by Powering Non-Powered Dams
Data appears to indicate that clearly defined changes have occurred over the past century or so to the earth’s climate. The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) indicates that average temperature is one ...
Characteristics of Oil and Gas Pipeline Accidents Caused by Climate Change Intensified Hurricanes
Scientist now believe with more confidence that human activities contribute substantially to the observed upward trend in hurricane activity. An occasional casualty of hurricanes is energy infrastructure like hazardous ...