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Iron in the oceans

October 20, 2017 by Denis Pombriant

An overlooked part of the climate issue for many people has been carbon reabsorption and sequestration. It’s a complex topic with the same convoluted set of choices as finding acceptable alternative energy sources. In energy there are good and bad choices like increasing reliance on nuclear energy or hydroelectric power....
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The free market and the Paris Accord

October 19, 2017 by Denis Pombriant

Climate change has become a free market issue as business adapts to profit-making opportunities. Beagle Research chief Denis Pombriant said today that the free market has become inextricably involved in the climate change debate with a decided interest in actions that will result in profits. The Paris climate accords are...
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Climate pessimism off the mark

October 18, 2017 by Denis Pombriant

[caption id="attachment_561" align="alignright" width="438"] Mary Barra, CEO, GM[/caption] Time to focus on abundant solutions rather than the problem says Beagle Research chief, Denis Pombriant October 18, 2017, Stoughton, MA—The decades-old climate debate has settled into an all too familiar rut and climate writer Denis Pombriant author of “The Age of...
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The great, irrelevant beer battle

October 18, 2017 by Denis Pombriant

Thomas L. Friedman is one of the savviest op-ed commenters on the scene today. He writes of the intersection of business, society, technology, and global movements fluidly and is especially insightful when discussing the middle east, a topic he’s written about at book length several times. In his post at...
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Climate: Is the debate shifting?

October 17, 2017 by Denis Pombriant

The number of people concerned about climate change has risen in the wake of September’s major hurricanes causing politicians to take notice and many are now focusing on the effects of global warming like storms and rising sea levels by calling for greater resiliency in the face of severe weather....
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Green Race a Practical Approach to Climate Change

October 17, 2017 by Denis Pombriant

Increasing green plant activity can lower atmospheric carbon load, improve climate. [caption id="attachment_303" align="alignright" width="289"] Denis Pombriant, managing principal, Beagle Research Group, LLC[/caption] October 17, 2017, Stoughton, MA—Calling for a Green Race similar to the Space Race, Denis Pombriant, managing principal, Beagle Research Group, said today, “Climate change won’t be...
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Beagle Research Sees Long-Term Economic Cycle Starting

October 16, 2017 by Denis Pombriant

AKA a K-wave forecasting an economic boom that could last 30 years. October 13, 2017, Stoughton, MA—Beagle Research Group, LLC announced today the beginning of a new economic cycle or K-wave oriented toward sustainability and environmental protection. This is the sixth K-wave to form in the capitalist system since the...
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Geothermal is everywhere today

October 16, 2017 by Denis Pombriant

Geothermal energy still has a whiff of the exotic because it’s the least understood—or discussed—non-polluting and renewable method for generating sizeable amounts of electricity essential to kicking the fossil fuel habit. Even casual observers get the idea of solar, wind, and even hydroelectric power generation, after all they are for...
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The Pope, the Climate and the Donald

October 12, 2017 by Denis Pombriant

The topic of climate change is suddenly so non-controversial that many of the world’s major religious leaders are in agreement—something has to be done. Ironically, much of the recent activity centered on the Paris climate conference held at the end of 2015 from which the general agreement, called the Paris...
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The free market and the Paris Accord

October 11, 2017 by Denis Pombriant

[caption id="attachment_455" align="alignright" width="259"] Gov. Jerry Brown, D-CA[/caption] We’ve said before that the issue of climate change and what to do about it is transferring from the public sector to the private sector. We take a dim view of the Trump administration’s recent formalization of the decision to deconstruct the...
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