Climate Change Refugees: Regional Agreements Can Better Fill the Gap in Legal Protection

Climate Change Refugees: Regional Agreements Can Better Fill the Gap in Legal Protection By: Kelsey Moe Current estimates suggest that climate change could cause over 200 million people to be displaced by 2050.[1] In a report introduced by the UNHCR, it found that “climate change exposes people to increased vulnerability and creates impetus in driving them […]

Investor-Owned Utilities Strategic Investments to Preempt Grid Defection and the “Utility Death Spiral”

Investor-Owned Utilities Strategic Investments to Preempt Grid Defection and the “Utility Death Spiral” By Micaela Harms        “Utility companies and policy makers must take the potential for grid defection seriously when evaluating energy supply strategies.”[1] Utility companies will face increased competition from off-the-grid systems as technological advancements and cost reductions make these systems […]

California Wine and Climate Change: An Interview with Enfield Co. Winemaker John Lockwood

California Wine and Climate Change: An Interview with Enfield Co. Winemaker John Lockwood By: Meredyth Merrow    The wine industry plays an important role in California’s culture and economy. As extreme weather continues to rock the nation, and temperatures continue to rise, the full extent of climate change’s impact on California wineries remains to be […]