Climate News Roundup 8/15/15

Final roundup from me.  Les will resume next week.  It’s been fun.  Hard too because there’s so much information.  Wish more of it was hopeful.

But let’s at least start off with articles that are.

Maybe this is more positive than negative.  What’s your opinion?  Check out the slides and the interactive map on people’s opinions about climate change.  VA’s is 64%.

These two items give some food for thought on Virginia’s renewable energy policies and laws.  Certainly not all-encompassing but….

More on the EPA’s CPP.

What’s up with energy efficiency?  A bit nerdy.

What about green bonds?  Also somewhat wonky.

Jon Stewart, thanks for the memories…and the climate information.

Religious leaders on climate change.  The Pope’s still beating the drums for the environment.  And so are some Muslim imams.

Help for Native Americans.

Bad news for butterflies and trees and food and New Orleans.

From Canada, update on Keystone.​

If you want to follow the Paris Climate Conference, here’s one source.

Climate Change and the Arts.​
Move over, MoMA, New York’s new climate change museum is about to be the hottest place in town

Alaska in the spotlight.

These news items have been compiled by Joy Loving, member of the CAAV steering committee and leader of Solarize efforts in the valley.

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