SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN  Founded in 1845, America’s oldest continually-published magazine covers science, technology, and policy and has a worldwide audience of more than 5 million people.  Solar and Wind Power Could Ignite a Hydrogen Energy Comeback [pdf]  ☍  Weather-Smart Electric Grids Are Needed for Wind and Solar Power to Surge [pdf]

TECHNOLOGY REVIEW  Founded in 1899, MIT Technology Review operates independently from the world’s foremost technology institution.  Can Japan Recapture its Solar Power?  ☍  Alberta’s Oil Sands Heat Up  ☍  Carbon Trading on the Cheap  ☍  Saving Lives with Living Machines [pdf]

IEEE SPECTRUM  Flagship magazine for the world’s largest professional technology association and publisher, Spectrum explores the development, applications and implications of new technologies. Winner of the National Magazine Award for General Excellence Among Thought Leader Magazines. China’s Ambitious Plan to Build the World’s Biggest Supergrid  ☍  China’s Cyclists Take Charge  ☍  Nuclear Wasteland

NATURE  The world’s most cited scientific journal is an authoritative news source on science advances and science policy.  Climate Policy: Scientists Get Political  ☍  Dispatching Demand  ☍  Next Generation Biofuels

NEW SCIENTIST  The world’s most popular weekly science and technology magazine, published in London.  Finally we can power the planet on renewables alone – here’s how [pdf] ☍  Gamechangers: Energy [pdf]

DISCOVER  A popular science magazine launched in October 1980 by Time Inc.  Averting the Blackout of the Century  ☍  The Easiest Way to Fight Global Warming?

InsideClimate NEWS  An independent, Pulitzer Prize-winning not-for-profit news organization.  Has the UN Climate Assessment Process Become Obsolete?  ☍ States Are Using Social Cost of Carbon in Energy Decisions, Despite Trump’s Opposition

ENSIA  An independent, nonprofit magazine focused on solutions journalism.  Are Energy-Saving Settings Bad for the Environment?  ☍  If Carbon Pricing is So Great, Why isn’t it Working?

AlbertaViews  In 2009 this feisty little monthly was named Canadian Magazine of the Year.  Digging a Carbon Hole for Canada [pdf]

SUNDAY TIMES of LONDON  A colourful Murdoch broadsheet.  An Ice Age Cometh

ARCHITECTURAL RECORD  This >110-year-old monthly is read by both professional architects and engineers and non-experts tracking cutting edge design.  Building-Integrated Wind Power: A Force of Nature  ☍  Wizards of Weather  ☍  Urban Agriculture Grows Up The public broadcaster’s online presence and one of Canada’s most popular websites.  Peace River: a wind-power success story