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Jeremy Deaton
Writing on climate/energy for . Bylines in , , , . Opinions are my own. RTs ≠ endorsements
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Jeremy Deaton May 18
Replying to @SLHDC @flyingless
I agree. I know of some people at climate NGOs who regularly fly from New York to Washington to, even though it's just as convenient to take the train.
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Jeremy Deaton May 18
My monthly roundup of the latest research on communications:
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Jeremy Deaton May 18
Most Americans, Democrats and Republicans, think solar geoengineering would do more harm than good.
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Jeremy Deaton May 18
Warm weather drives down stock prices of carbon-intensive firms.
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Jeremy Deaton May 17
My new story on : With the help of a grant from , developed a highly efficient thermoelectric fridge that has no need for planet-warming HFCs.
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Brian L Kahn May 17
With April in the books, it's now officially been 400 months in a row of global temperatures above the 20th century norm according to
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Jeremy Deaton May 17
My recent story now on : A bit of history—U.S. automakers took billions in loans and investments from taxpayers. They promised to back stricter fuel standards. They broke that promise.
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Jeremy Deaton May 16
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Stephanie H. Damassa May 15
I appreciate Eric posting this daily - I truly cannot imagine.
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Jeremy Deaton May 15
Trump wants a Dirty Energy Ministerial.
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Jeremy Deaton May 14
My new(ish) story for : A bit of history—U.S. automakers took billions in loans and investments from taxpayers. They promised to back stricter fuel standards. They broke that promise.
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Jeremy Deaton May 10
"It is the friction of progress, rather than the injustice of the unchallenged status quo, that often scares Americans about the state of our country."
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Jeremy Deaton May 10
Reading the latest op-ed, I am reminded how few people write like this anymore. His prose is so colorful, it's neon.
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brad plumer May 8
Did a fun back-of-the-envelope calculation on this for San Francisco awhile back. Adding 10,000 new housing units in SF would cut about three times as much CO2 as requiring all new buildings in the city to install solar panels:
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Umair Irfan May 9
The EPA employees union just put out a Spotify playlist for Scott Pruitt's birthday. The administrator turns 50 today.
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Stephanie H. Damassa May 9
This sentence in . .'s story just really encapsulates the real insanity of Scott Pruitt
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Jeremy Deaton May 10
What kind of book-burning bullshit is this? So threatened by facts, the Trump administration is cutting a $10 million program to monitor carbon emissions.
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Jon Favreau May 8
The President’s “accomplishment” today is making it easier for Iran to re-start its nuclear weapons program. For this, he’ll get a big cheer from the same crowd who got us into Iraq. Vote them out. Vote them all out.
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Jeremy Deaton May 9
: Hi! I'm a reporter writing about climate and energy. I'm working on a story about adapting to climate change mentally/emotionally, and I would love to chat with you about your work. Please DM me.
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Barack Obama May 8
There are few issues more important to the security of the US than the potential spread of nuclear weapons or the potential for even more destructive war in the Middle East. Today’s decision to put the JCPOA at risk is a serious mistake. My full statement:
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