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350.org on white supremacist attempted coup in the U.S. Capitol

Washington, DC — Today, as the U.S. Congress prepared to certify the November 2020 presidential election results, white supremacists breached four rounds of security around the U.S. Capitol, reaching armed conflict on the Congressional floor. Throughout his presidency, Donald Trump’s …

Consider a Passive House

Passive House standard is widely utilized in Europe, but to a much smaller extent here in the US; it achieves approximately 80% reduction in heating and cooling energy.

Passive building is designed and built in accordance with these five building-science …

Gyroscopic Precession Explained

There was a recent letter to the editor published in the Pittsburgh Post Gazette making the claim that the climate change we are currently experiencing is natural and is caused by the natural wobble in the earth’s axis of rotation. …

US formally withdraws from Paris agreement

By Matt McGrath, BBC News, Nov. 4, 2020.

After a three-year delay, the US has become the first nation in the world to formally withdraw from the Paris climate agreement.

President Trump announced the move in June 2017, but UN …

CCAC Climate Change Awareness Event

CCAC is holding an on-line event to bring awareness to climate change as part of their 350Pittsburgh Spring 2020 Student Award project !   Awardee Marissa Rodi explains: “While climate change cannot be stopped it is up to us as humans