The Wrack

The Wrack is the Wells Reserve blog, our collective logbook on the web.

Posts tagged carbon

  • What is "Blue Carbon"?

    | December 4, 2014 | Filed under: Opinion

    It sounds cool: Blue carbon. Have you heard of it? What does it make you think?

  • On Death and Defiance

    | October 4, 2014

    Which side are you on?Figure 1: A chart of the scientific consensus on climate change (97% of scientists agree that humans are driving global warming), and how much attention the minority opinion seems to receive in the media. Or is it a graph of the amount of America's wealth controlled by the top 3% (54.5%), vs. the bottom 97%?

     

    The following was published in the Biddeford-Saco Journal Tribune Sunday edition, 10/5/2014.

    Two weeks ago, my family and I were perched on the steps of the grand fountain in Columbus Circle, Manhattan, watching 300,000 people march past. They sang, they shouted, and they carried thousands of messages, all communicating one thing: world leaders, it’s time to do something about climate change. A week of action followed. Further protests spread around the world, corporations declared carbon reduction goals, and even presidents and prime ministers frankly spoke of “addressing the need to revise a framework for negotiation.”

    That’s some progress, anyway.

  • 2014 Blue Carbon Workshop

    Wells Reserve Contributor | September 1, 2014

    Create a U.S./Canada working group, identify research gaps, and establish a regional approach to blue carbon science and policy.