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March 8 Energy News



¶ “This Is Why Winter Is Important” • In normally cold regions, the record-setting heat  –  and the opportunity to wear shorts and drink iced tea in February – might seem like a blessing. But for the ecosystems we depend upon, the shortened winter threatens turmoil. Climate change is causing what is called “season creep.” [CleanTechnica]

Plants are regrowing leaves weeks ahead of schedule.
(Source: National Phenology Network)

¶ “Reasons for Japan to dump nuclear power more obvious now than ever” • It has been nearly six years since three reactors melted down at the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant. The disaster has stolen so much from so many, and it is clear that real recovery will be a decades-long struggle with reconstruction and decommissioning. [The Mainichi]

¶ “Why US corporations are buying into home-grown wind power” • North Carolina first commercial-scale wind farm is just…

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