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May 16 Energy News



¶ “Resilience bonds: a secret weapon against catastrophe” • While the inflation-adjusted cost of natural disasters was about $30 billion annually in the 1980s, it’s now more than six times that: an average of $182 billion. Resilience bonds can improve on insurance by evaluating a community’s risks and giving guidance on reducing them. [BBC]

To prepare for catastrophe, not just help
clean up after it. (Credit: Alamy Stock Photo)

¶ “6 Reasons Trump Can’t (Totally) Derail Progress on Climate” If ever there was a symbolic moment when the past met the future, it arrived as the Kentucky Coal Mining Museum announced in April it is converting to solar. To save money. Here are six reasons to take why we will continue to move forward on climate change. [National Geographic]

¶ “US Lags Developing a Key Military Materiel” • James J Greenberger addressed a National Defense…

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