"Middletown for Clean Energy" is a nonpartisan group of Middletown, NJ residents who support a Middletown transition to 100% Clean Energy.

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THANK YOU FOR SIGNING the "Middletown for Clean Energy" Vision Letter

APRIL 15 PRESENTATION TO THE MIDDLETOWN TOWNSHIP COMMITTE
April 16 confirmation letter to Mayor Perry

June, 2019 EVENTS

How to switch to Clean Energy for your home or business

EXCELLENT REFERENCES:

UN IPCC report (global; 12 years to reduce 50%); National Climate Assessment report (US-specific); The Lancet Health Report (Health Effects); Global Carbon Budget 2018 (12/5/2018)- NYTimes review;

http://theyearsproject.com; Jan Dash http://climate.uu-uno.org/ ; NASA’s Climate Evidence Page; NOAA’s Climate Page ; Citizens’ Climate Lobby ; Climate Reality Project ; "How Renewables Work - A Practical Guide to Solar, Wind, and Geothermal"; HHMI earthviewer
NJ-specific climate info: https://climate.rutgers.edu/stateclim/ ; https://statesummaries.ncics.org/nj ; https://njenvironmentnews.com/ ; Phil Blackwood Climate News Updates 2018 ; 2019

Sierra Club "Energy Resources Policy" ;
"Science on Saturday" NJ Climate lectures 3/2/2019 and 2/2/2019 at Princeton Fusion Lab https://goo.gl/322EBZ ;

2018 ACCOMPLISHMENTS by Middletown for Clean Energy

2019 EVENTS COMPLETED TODATE

LATEST SURVEY:

Yale's new report "Energy in the American Mind" shows Americans across party lines are #ReadyFor100!

CURRENT ISSUES

LETTERS TO MIDDLETOWN LEADERS AND OTHER POSTS

MIDDLETOWN FOR CLEAN ENERGY (RF100) MEETINGS

"READY FOR 100" DOCUMENTS:

SITES:

NJ CITIES MOVING TO CLEAN ENERGY:

EXCELLENT NYTIMES OpEd, 10/23/2017 "How to Keep the Lights On After a Hurricane

PAPERS/PUBLICATIONS:

PREVIOUS PRESENTATIONS AND MEETINGS

GREEN TEAM INITIATIVES

CLIMATE REALITY 100% CAMPAIGN "Tool Kit"

PROFILE OF MONMOUTH COUNTY TOWNS - Middletown

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"

NETZERO GLOBAL EMISSIONS (mouse over the following GIF to observe annimation)
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)

GHG-UN-curves