"MIDDLETOWN FOR CLEAN ENERGY"
a nonpartisan group of Middletown, NJ residents who support a Middletown transition to 100% Clean Energy.
One of ~90 members of EmPower NJ coalition. See 2020 accomplishments
REDUCE YOUR CITY GREENHOUSE GAS EMISSIONS
Switch all residences and businesses to renewable electricity: Current Campaign References
PAT and/or STEVE TALKS
PRESENT YOUR OWN CLIMATE CHANGE TALK; anyone welcome to download and use
2019 ACCOMPLISHMENTS by Middletown for Clean Energy
(also see archived events for details)
2018 ACCOMPLISHMENTS by Middletown for Clean Energy
Yale's new report "Energy in the American Mind" shows Americans across party lines are #ReadyFor100!
- 85% of registered voters support “requiring electric utilities in your state to produce 100% of their electricity from clean, renewable sources by 2050,” including 95% of Democrats and 71% of Republicans.
- 58% of Americans think policies to speed the transition from fossil fuels to clean, renewable energy will improve economic growth and create new jobs.
LETTERS TO MIDDLETOWN LEADERS AND OTHER POSTS
MEETINGS of MIDDLETOWN FOR CLEAN ENERGY (RF100)
- "Climate" (this site)
- "Electric" (electric index pdf file) - background, and instructions to switch electrical supplier to 100% renewable
- "WhatYouCanDo"; templates to write letters to publications; elected officials and your local mayor and green team leader
RESOURCES: (slide decks with no restrictions on distributions) - contact Steve Miller
CLIMATE REALITY 100% CAMPAIGN "Tool Kit"
ELECTRICITY FROM WAVE ENERGY
"SurfWEC" Electricity from Waves: an innovative project for synergy with offshore wind.
2019-4-22 Science Monday talk by Michael Raftery, VP, CTO of "SurfWEC"
EXTRA CREDIT: (mouse over the following GIF to observe annimation)
NETZERO GLOBAL EMISSIONS
Assumes global emissions begin dropping in the near future
If the drop in emissions is not fast enough, the animation shows the required NEGATIVE emissions (in green) to stabalize to a desired maximum global temperature
Most of the net emissions would be high capacity carbon sequestration from the air (by a mechansm yet to be invented/perfected)