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View Article CLIMATE Sixteen youth plaintiffs are suing the... 2/6/2023 MTPR Info Details
View Article China to scrap subsidies for electric vehicles China will end subsidies for electric... 12/31/2022 PHYS.ORG - Technology Info Details
View Article Households to get hundreds off energy bills Households in England, Scotland and... 5/26/2022 BBC Info Details
View Article Five major nature recovery schemes announced Five major "nature recovery" projects... 5/26/2022 BBC Info Details
View Article 3 critiques of alternative proteins, explained As more alternative protein companies... 5/26/2022 Greenbiz Info Details
View Article Campaigners disrupt East African pipeline plan Environmental activists are stepping up... 5/26/2022 newsletter.climatenexus Info Details
View Article Chemists use light energy to produce small molecular rings 5/26/2022 PHYS.ORG - Earth Info Details
View Article Community-led science uncovers high air pollution from fracking in... Some residents of Belmont County in... 5/26/2022 PHYS.ORG - Earth Info Details
View Article Drought Ravaging East Africa Bankrupts Farmers, Empties Schools The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate... 5/26/2022 Bloomberg Climate Adaptation Info Details
View Article How to build an equitable ocean economy More than 3 billion people depend on... 5/26/2022 Greenbiz Info Details
View Article Let's talk integrated photovoltaics The U.S. Air Force is testing 40 of... 5/26/2022 Greenbiz Info Details
View Article New Research for Week #21 2022 A cloudless sky on a sunny day looks... 5/26/2022 Skeptical Science Info Details
View Article Power outage: Solar is frozen, wind is fitful More than 300 solar projects in the U.S.... 5/26/2022 Greenbiz Info Details
View Article The Rise and Fall of America's Environmentalist Underground This year, one of the last fugitives of... 5/26/2022 New York Times - Climate Section Info Details
View Article US securities regulators unveil proposal to fight 'greenwashing' US securities regulators unveiled... 5/26/2022 PHYS.ORG - Technology Info Details
View Article Wealthiest homeowners most at risk of wildfire hazard The top ten per cent most valuable homes... 5/26/2022 PHYS.ORG - Earth Info Details
View Article Reduce demolitions to limit climate change - MPs The number of buildings being knocked... 5/25/2022 BBC Info Details
View Article Lama Willa Baker challenges MIT audience to look beyond technology to... d="M12.132,... 5/25/2022 MIT -Climatechange Info Details
View Article 3 ways to make flying more climate-friendly 5/25/2022 TED Talks - Climate Change Info Details
View Article Arctic engineers develop innovative radar method to detect polar bears Riding through Canadian polar bear... 5/25/2022 PHYS.ORG - Biology Info Details

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Sixteen youth plaintiffs are suing the state of Montana for their right to access a clean and healthful environment in a case scheduled to go to trial next year. Attorneys for the Oregon-based Our Children’s Trust, the Western Environmental Law Center and Kalispell-based McGarvey Law...

Date Added:February 15, 2022

PHYS.ORG - Technology

China will end subsidies for electric and hybrid cars at the end of the year, authorities have announced, saying the strength of sales in the sector meant state support was no longer needed. In a statement published Friday, the Ministry of Finance said purchase subsidies would be reduced by 30...

Date Added:January 2, 2022

Households in England, Scotland and Wales are set to have hundreds of pounds knocked off energy bills as part of a package worth billions to help people cope with soaring prices. The government is to scrap a plan to give people £200 off bills from October which would be repaid over five years....

Author:Simon Jack & Michael RaceBBC Business
Date Added:May 26, 2022

Five major "nature recovery" projects across England will help tackle wildlife loss and climate change, the government said. The schemes cover 99,200 hectares (245,000 acres) of land in Norfolk, Cambridgeshire, Somerset, the West Midlands and the Peak District. The aim is to manage land...

Date Added:May 26, 2022

As more alternative protein companies make their way onto supermarket shelves and restaurant menus, their business models and impact promises face increasing criticism. Skeptics question how healthy plant-based burgers, sausages and milks are, what the startups' actual environmental footprint is...

Author:Theresa Lieb
Date Added:May 26, 2022

Environmental activists are stepping up efforts to dissuade banks and insurance companies from supporting the $5 billion East African Crude Oil Pipeline (EACOP) project, due to run 1,443 kilometres from the oil rigs near Lake Albert in Western Uganda to Tanga Port, Tanzania, on the Indian Ocean....

Date Added:May 26, 2022

PHYS.ORG - Earth

Date Added:May 26, 2022

PHYS.ORG - Earth

Community-led science uncovers high air pollution from fracking in Ohio county

Some residents of Belmont County in eastern Ohio have long suffered from headaches, fatigue, nausea and burning sensations in their throats and noses. They suspected these symptoms were the result of air pollution from fracking facilities that dominate the area, but regulators dismissed and...

Date Added:May 26, 2022

Bloomberg Climate Adaptation

The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change has warned that global warming, caused by greenhouse gas emissions, is leading to more extreme weather events and African nations are among those that will face heightened food and water insecurity. At least 16 million people are already at risk...

Date Added:May 26, 2022

More than 3 billion people depend on marine resources for their livelihoods. Image via Shutterstock/Dane Gillett This article was originally published on World Resources Institute. Sustainability and equity are two sides of the same coin. Equity is a prerequisite for a sustainable ocean economy,...

Author:Micheline Khan & Eliza Northrop
Date Added:May 26, 2022

The U.S. Air Force is testing 40 of Pvilions integrated-solar military tent designs in a wide variety of geographies, including Alaska and New Mexico. Photo courtesy of Pvilion One of my favorite summer-time gadgets is the bouquet of solar lights and lanterns scattered in my backyard, where I...

Author:Heather Clancy
Date Added:May 26, 2022

Skeptical Science

A cloudless sky on a sunny day looks featureless and inactive to our eyes. In reality, invisible to us a perfect frenzy of chemistry is happening in the daytime sky. For people interested in tracking the life history of a given compound in Earth's atmosphere there are many details to capture and...

Date Added:May 26, 2022

More than 300 solar projects in the U.S. have been canceled or delayed in 2022 due to lack of equipment. Image via Shutterstock/Bilanol The current global energy crisis has generated a new surge of enthusiasm about the future of renewable energy. Advocates of solar and wind power are seizing...

Author:John Howell
Date Added:May 26, 2022

New York Times - Climate Section

This year, one of the last fugitives of the Earth Liberation Front pleaded guilty to arson - at a moment when climate activists are again flirting with radical ideas. The Two Elk Lodge in Vail, Colo., ablaze, in October 1998.Credit...Mark Mobley/Vail Fire and Emergency Services To hear more...

Author:Matthew Wolfe
Date Added:May 26, 2022

PHYS.ORG - Technology

US securities regulators unveiled Wednesday a proposed rule to tighten disclosure requirements on the rising number of investments that tout their commitment to environmental, social and governance (ESG) goals. Seeking to address the problem of "greenwashing," where financial investments may...

Date Added:May 26, 2022

PHYS.ORG - Earth

The top ten per cent most valuable homes in the western United States are 70% more likely to be in high wildfire hazard areas than median-value properties, measured by county, according to a new study published today in Environmental Research Letters. Researchers at Resources for the Future, an...

Date Added:May 26, 2022

The number of buildings being knocked down must be reduced because demolition and rebuilding adds to climate change, MPs say. Previously developers have been encouraged to knock down old, poorly-insulated homes and offices and replace them with buildings needing less heating. More recently the...

Author:Roger HarrabinBBC energy and environment analyst
Date Added:May 26, 2022

MIT -Climatechange

Lama Willa Baker challenges MIT audience to look beyond technology to solve the climate crises

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Date Added:May 26, 2022

TED Talks - Climate Change

Date Added:May 26, 2022

PHYS.ORG - Biology

Riding through Canadian polar bear country in a Tundra Buggy - essentially a monster truck that keeps riders safely distanced from wildlife - a BYU engineering capstone team scoured the landscape with sharp eyes. When they finally spotted their first polar bear of the day, they ecstatically sent...

Date Added:May 26, 2022