Clark's Remarks


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LETTER: Don't Dilute Engineering With Politics

Feb. 23, 2024
A reader responds to a recent Clark's Remarks column about a newly decided defamation case.

When Competing Environmental Interests Collide

Feb. 21, 2024
CLARK'S REMARKS: A potential carbon capture and storage project in Wales is pitting its advocates against environmentalists.
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Climate Scientist Wins Landmark Defamation Case

Feb. 12, 2024
CLARK'S REMARKS: The famed creator of the 'hockey stick graph' was smeared by two writers in 2012. Last week, he finally won in court.
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Chicken Little: Don't Look Up! Look Down!

Jan. 20, 2024
CLARK'S REMARKS: Nope, the sky isn't falling. Vertical land motion is really what many of us need to worry about.
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Striving to Make Solar Panels Work at Night

Jan. 5, 2024
CLARK'S REMARKS: Researchers are experimenting with a thermoelectric generator that can run both hot and cold.


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Download: Clark's Remarks eBook

Dec. 1, 2020
Review the projects, products and progress that caught Larry Clark's attention.

Riding the Wind to Harness Hydrogen

Sept. 23, 2023
CLARK'S REMARKS: Promising international efforts are underway to produce clean hydrogen fuel via offshore wind turbines.
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Confessions of a Parrothead: 'Sail On, Jimmy!'

Sept. 8, 2023
CLARK'S REMARKS: Our Florida-based sustainability writer remembers a musical hero who also used his platform to advocate for the environment.
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Scene from the film 'The Day After Tomorrow.'

What Now? Is AMOC Running Amok?

Aug. 23, 2023
CLARK'S REMARKS: As if we didn't have enough to worry about, the Atlantic Meridional Overturning Circulation of our oceans appears to be slowing down.
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Fusion Likely Best Path to Clean Nuclear Energy

Aug. 10, 2023
CLARK'S REMARKS: As movie-goers flock to see "Oppenheimer," let's revisit last year's significant achievement of nuclear fusion ignition.