News includes 2017 Will Be The Warmest Year In History Without An El NiÃ±o; France’s Ban On Oil Drilling Could Keep 5 Billion Barrels In The Ground; Electric Trucks Begin Reporting For Duty; Siemens Gamesa Starts Building Hot Rock Plant For Long-Duration Grid Storage; Tax Bill Preserves Critical Tax Credits For Wind, Solar, And Electric Vehicles. Happenings include It’s A Wonderful Life Film Showing; Carbondale Community Farmers Market; Girls Rock Afterschool.; Transpoetic Playground.
News includes Exxon Agrees To Disclose Climate Risks Under Pressure From Investors; Coastal Cities Are In Serious Jeopardy, New Sea-Level Rise Study Shows; In Kids’ Climate Lawsuit, Judge Questions Government Effort To Get Case Dismissed; World’s First Solar-Powered Train To Begin Operation In Australia. Happenings include A Child’s Christmas In Wales; National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation Film Showing; Carbondale Community Farmers Market; Free Again Wildlife Rehabilitation: Great Horned Owl At The Science Center; Girls Rock Afterschool; Transpoetic Playground; It’s A Wonderful Life Film Showing.
News includes The Most Accurate Climate Models Predict Greater Warming; Southern California Is Burning, And So Is Rupert Murdoch’s House; Tax Bill Impact: What Happened To Renewable Energy; London Hails Electric Cabs For A Fare To A Different World. Happenings include Carbondale Community Farmers Market; New Humanist Forum; Gaia House Holiday Party; Building A Welcome Community; Girls Rock Afterschool; Transpoetic Playground.
News includes Rapid Collapse Of Antarctic Glaciers Could Flood Coastal Cities By The End Of This Century; Monster Heat Wave Reaches Greenland, Bringing Rain And Melting Its Ice Sheets; Moody’s Warns Cities To Address Climate Risks or Face Downgrades; 5,500 U.S. Schools Use Solar Power, And That’s Growing As Costs Fall, Study Shows; Community Solar Heads For Rooftops of NYC’s Public Housing Projects. Happenings include Carbondale Community Farmers Market; Peace And Justice Vigil; Lots Of DNA At The Science Center; Black Snake Killaz Film Screening; It Came To Pass Not To Stay: MFA Exhibition Closing Reception.
News and happenings include Buy Nothing Day.
News includes COP23: At Least 15 Countries Join Anti-Coal Alliance In Defiant Message To Trump; Global CO2 Emissions Hit Record High In 2017; California Will Get Half Of Its Electricity From Renewables By 2020; Singing Protesters Interrupt A White House Presentation At COP23. Happenings include Help The Hungry; Little Wound’s Warriors Free Film And Discussion; Free Again Wildlife Rehabilitation: Kestrel At The Science Center; New Humanist Forum; Girls Rock Afterschool; The Transpoetic Playground.
News includes To Close Climate Goal Gap: Drop Coal, Ramp Up Renewables; Climate Change Will Create World’s Biggest Refugee Crisis; St. Louis Adopts 100 Percent Renewable Energy Goal; Sea Level To Rise 1.3 Meters Unless Coal Power Ends By 2050; Californians Are Keeping Dirty Energy Off The Grid Via Text Message. Happenings include Help The Hungry; Shred And Med Disposal Day; Vigil For Peace And Justice; Trivia Night For The Humane Society; Go Solar & Smart Grid; Pulling For Bats.
News includes Once-Rare Flooding Could Hit NYC Every 5 Years With Climate Change; Sea Level Rise Could Flood 1.9 Million U.S. Homes By 2100; In Lead-Up To U.N. Talks, Climate Change Meets Theater; Solar Panel Installer Is Fastest-Growing Job In U.S.; Puerto Rico’s Solar Future Takes Shape At Children’s Hospital. Happenings include Take Back The Night March And Celebration; The Great Carbondale Pumpkin Race; CCA Halloween Costume Contest; Full Moon At The Varsity With Ivas John; Girls Rock Afterschool; The Transpoetic Playground.
News includes Warming Drives Unexpected Pulses Of CO2 From Forest Soil; California’s Out-Of-Control Wildfires Are Officially The Worst In State History; Great News For The Climate As Banking Giant Ditches Tar Sands, Arctic Drilling; Tesla Could Help Puerto Rico Power Up Again With Solar Microgrids. Happenings include Unity Point Sunset Concert And Silent Auction; Meow Or Never Rescue Fun Run; Pumpkin Glow: The Pumpkin Carvings; Outdoor Spanish Immersion Class; New Humanist Forum.
News includes Alarm As Study Reveals World’s Tropical Forests Are Huge Carbon Emission Sources; Solar Energy Boom Sets New Records, Shattering Expectations; General Motors Is Going All Electric; Scottish Government Bans Fracking After Public Opposition; Major Tar Sands Oil Pipeline Cancelled, Dealing Blow To Canada’s Export Hopes. Happenings include Couldn’t Stand The Weather: Texas And Florida Fundraiser; Natural Beekeeping Workshop; Native Tree And Shrub Sale; Vigil For Peace And Justice; Vigil For Vegas; Babysitters Clinic; Go Solar And Smart Grid; Pumpkin Glow: The Pumpkin Carvings; Outdoor Spanish Immersion Class; New Humanist Forum.