Climate Change

McAllister fellows invite communities to think, act on climate – Northern Arizona University

 Photo: Sunrise over Coal Mine Canyon near Tuba City. Credit: John Fowler on Unsplash [Editor’s Note:  This article is republished from NAU’s research site  as an example of the kind of  “woke” scholarship currently underway  at Arizona’s taxpayer supported public universities] Even as she watched the smoke from the Pipeline Fire from her studio window


Opinion: Your Utility Should Expect the Unexpected, It’s on the Way

The flooding in New York City, the high winds in New Orleans, and the winter freeze in Texas usher in a new reality for the electric industry, showing how outdated its infrastructure has become and how it has to expect the unexpected. Resilience is the word used by utilities to describe their ability to speedily


SpaceX launches 2nd crew, regular station crew flights begin

SpaceX launched four astronauts to the International Space Station on Sunday on the first full-fledged taxi flight for NASA by a private company. The Falcon rocket thundered into the night from Kennedy Space Center with three Americans and one Japanese, the second crew to be launched by SpaceX. The Dragon capsule on top — named

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