September/October 2014 | IEEE Power & Energy Magazine
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Collective Action

At the very beginning of this year, news that heavy pollution containing black carbon from Asia was drifting…

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Risky Business

The evidence of human-induced climate change grows stronger with every scientific report. While action to mitigate rising temperatures is increasingly urgent…

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Zeroing In

When European Union leaders committed, in October 2009, to reducing greenhouse gas emissions by at least 80%, they essentially set up a long-term vision…

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Restless Waters

Climate change has become a major concern worldwide. Major scientific organizations now agree that it is…

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When the Bough Breaks

Preparing for, responding to, coping with, and managing the aftermath of severe impacts on electrical power system grids due to extreme weather events…

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Stormy Weather

Power system infrastructure is subject to damage from a wide range of extreme weather events, including hurricanes, tornadoes, lightning storms, snow…

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The Local Team

In recent years, extreme weather events have severely affected the performance of the electric grid…

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From the Editor

The Earth’s climate has changed throughout history. Just in the last 650,000 years, seven cycles of glacial advance and retreat have occurred…

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Letters to the Editor

Readers are encouraged to share their views on issues affecting the electric power engineering…

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Leader’s Corner

Our industry has experienced significant changes in last decade caused by new technology trends, environmental drivers and weather patterns…

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