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- The NY Times has published an excellent, interactive piece about climate migration. “By 2070, the kind of extremely hot zones, like in the Sahara, that now cover less than 1 percent of the earth’s land surface could cover nearly a fifth of the land, potentially placing one of every three people alive outside the climate niche where humans have thrived for thousands of years.”
- Siemens new remote from work policy should serve as an example for all employers. Everyone should be focusing on outcomes rather than time spent in the office and everyone should trust their employees.
- We are wasting time and money with hygiene theater. “Masks, social distancing, and moving activities outdoors. That’s it. That’s how we protect ourselves. That’s how we beat this thing.”
- I came across some very interesting data, thoughts, and forecasts around solar energy costs this week. The author predicts that by 2030 to 2035 “Building new solar would routinely be cheaper than operating already built fossil fuel plants, even in the world of ultra-cheap natural gas we live in now.”