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If celebrity victims of climate change can’t silence the deniers, who can?
“Wildfires don’t care about wealth or status,”began the New York Times this week, describing the celebrity homes obliterated by fire in California. But what the report didn’t add, leaving it instead toNeil Young’s website, was that climate change cares even less. As President Trump took time out of
Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez Spent Part of Her Congressional Orientation Demanding Bolder Climate Action From Nancy Pelosi
The new Congress is going to be a bit different than the old Congress. During an orientation week for new members of Congress, Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez showed up at Nancy Pelosi’s office. This in itself would not be news, except that she was joining protestors demanding more urgent climate action.
Climate change is making hurricanes even more destructive, research finds
Climate changeworsened the most destructive hurricanes of recent years, including Katrina, Irma and Maria, by intensifying rainfall by as much as 10%, new research has found.
World’s Big Economies Set to Miss Climate Change Goals
Couples take wedding photos near the Palace Museum on Wednesday as heavy smog envelopes Beijing. Photo: VCG
No G20 member has climate plan strong enough to meet Paris targets: report
Climate Transparency, a coalition of international climate organizations, is releasing its latest report analyzing the climate polices of G20 members, just two weeks before the group's leaders summit in Argentina.
This Deep-Sea Fisherman Is Still Posting His Discoveries and OH GOD THE TEETH WHY DOES IT HAVE TEETH
Back in 2016, we introduced you to the photos of Roman Fedortsov, a deep-sea fisherman whoposts his discoveriesto andInstagram. The monsters he pulls from the deep are horrifying, to say the least. So it seems like a good time to check back in with Fedorstov’s social media.
A Massive Impact Crater Has Been Detected Beneath Greenland’s Ice Sheet
An iron-rich asteroid measuring nearly a kilometer wide (0.6 miles) struck Greenland’s ice-covered surface at some point between 3 million and 12,000 years ago, according to anew studypublished today in Science Advances.
Special Bacteria is Found to be a ‘Battery’ That Turns Sewage Waste into Clean Hydrogen Energy
Organic compounds in household sewage and industrial wastewater are a rich potential source of energy, bioplastics and even proteins for animal feed – but with no efficient extraction method, treatment plants discard them as contaminants.
Farm animal abuses widespread across Europe, warn auditors
Welfare improvements are harder on large, intensive farms, concludes a Europe-wide investigation into animal welfare
Terrifying footage shows Southern California fires nipping at a highway
If there's any good news here, it's that the Peak Fire, which burned 186 acres, has been 100 percent containedaccording to California Fire officials.
Pelosi supports committee on climate change after protest at her Capitol office
Nov. 13 (UPI) --House Democratic leaderNancy Pelosirecommended reinstating a House panel on climate change after hundreds of activists, including Rep.-elect Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, demonstrated outside her office Tuesday.
Latinx Voters Overwhelmingly Support Climate Action, New Survey Finds
Volunteer Albert Lopez, 18, puts up a Spanish-language voting sign in El Paso, Texas, a predominantly Latinx border town that voted blue this year.Photo: Getty
Scots cities world’s safest against climate risks
The UK is home to the five cities considered most insulated from climate change impacts: Glasgow, Edinburgh, Belfast, Preston and Middlesbrough.
Now Is The Time To Act On Climate, Environmentalists Say. Voters Aren’t So Sure.
Washington state, for the second election cycle in a row, rejected putting a price on carbon emissions. Arizonans won’t require utilities to get half of their energy from renewable sources. And in Colorado, voters declined to require more distance between homes or parks and oil and gas drilling.
Bristol plans to become carbon neutral by 2030
Denyer said that the Bristol declaration could see a focus on renewable electricity, carbon neutral buildings, congestion charges and investment in clean transport infrastructure.
Palm oil boycott could actually increase deforestation – sustainable products are the solution
Palm oil can be found in food and cosmetics everywhere: in fact,half of the world’s populationuses palm oil in food. But public awareness about the loss of wildlife through deforestation caused by palm oil crops is growing, and there’s mounting pressure on retailers to reduce their sales of palm oil
Senate Should Reject Trump’s Coal-Friendly Energy Commission Nominee
The steady parade of unqualified, ideologically driven appointees for key Trump administration positions has resumed now that things in Washington have settled down after the mid-term elections. Last week, Trump tapped Matthew G. Whitaker to replace Attorney General Jeff Sessions. This Thursday, the
Yardsale Drops Laidback Winter 2018 Capsule Collection
British skate brandYardsalehas returned with itsWinter 2018collection. The influences for the collection have remained steady, blending casual wear with touches of luxury fabrication. This lookbook sees the brand head to the streets of London, skating around town as well as relaxing in a number of l
Scientists acknowledge key errors in study of how fast the oceans are warming
In this July 21, 2017 file photo, researchers look out from the Finnish icebreaker MSV Nordica as the sun sets over sea ice floating on the Victoria Strait along the Northwest Passage in the Canadian Arctic Archipelago.David Goldman/ASSOCIATED PRESS
Biofuel groups ask federal judge to freeze U.S. refinery waiver...
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) sign is seen on the podium at EPA headquarters in Washington, U.S., July 11, 2018. REUTERS/Ting Shen