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View Article Some Republicans Find Failure to Grapple With Climate Change a... A small but growing number of... 6/23/2021 New York Times - Climate Forward Info Details
View Article Climate Change Is Destroying My Country. The Rich World Must Help. -... Islands like the Bahamas are paying the... 6/23/2021 New York Times - Climate Forward Info Details
View Article The Little Hedge Fund Taking Down Big Oil The Great ReadThe Climate Issue An... 6/23/2021 New York Times - Climate Forward Info Details
View Article The doctors are not all right Last August, Dr. Scott Jolley came home... 6/23/2021 VOX - Science Info Details
View Article England's first double-decker hydrogen bus England's first fleet of hydrogen... 6/23/2021 BBC Info Details
View Article Overweight Scotland is in need of repair "Do we really need that?" It is the... 6/23/2021 BBC Info Details
View Article Incinerator green light angers campaigners Environmental campaigners say they are... 6/23/2021 BBC Info Details
View Article 'Our dream is to plant a million trees an hour' A group of climate activists say a £4m... 6/23/2021 BBC Info Details
View Article The race to save Portland's 'cathedral' mine Beneath Portland in Dorset lies a vast... 6/23/2021 BBC Info Details
View Article 9 reasons clean fleet adoption is accelerating Editor's note: Analyst Liz Morrison is... 6/23/2021 Greenbiz Info Details
View Article Advancing research on environmentally friendly, hydrogen-enriched fuel As you drive down the highway, you may... 6/23/2021 PHYS.ORG - Technology Info Details
View Article After COVID, could the next big killer be heatwaves? Searing, unrelenting heat scorches large... 6/23/2021 PHYS.ORG - Earth Info Details
View Article Amazon and Apple: A tale of two closed-loop visions There's some serious out of the box... 6/23/2021 Greenbiz Info Details
View Article App maps shady spots to guide Barcelona walkers along cooler routes Cool Walks aims to help pedestrians... 6/23/2021 Guardian - Climate Change Info Details
View Article Asymmetry in carbon dioxide emissions and removals could skew climate... Changes in climate resulting from carbon... 6/23/2021 PHYS.ORG - Earth Info Details
View Article Biden scales down climate spending in search of bipartisan deal Clean energy and electric vehicle... 6/23/2021 Climate Change News - Politics Info Details
View Article Catching wind: How to harnesses air for low-carbon shipping Amid a global push to cut emissions,... 6/23/2021 Greenbiz Info Details
View Article Coastal cities face their mortality on the climate 'frontline' For thousands of years, people have... 6/23/2021 PHYS.ORG - Earth Info Details
View Article Colombia has the world's largest variety of butterfly species: study Colombia is home to the world's largest... 6/23/2021 PHYS.ORG - Earth Info Details
View Article Crushing climate impacts to hit sooner than feared: draft UN report Climate change will fundamentally... 6/23/2021 PHYS.ORG - Earth Info Details

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New York Times - Climate Forward

Some Republicans Find Failure to Grapple With Climate Change a 'Political Liability’ - The New York Times

A small but growing number of Republicans say the G.O.P needs a coherent climate strategy and form a “Conservative Climate Caucus” on Capitol Hill. WASHINGTON - When Representative John Curtis quietly approached fellow Republicans to invite them to discuss climate change at a clandestine meeting...

Author:Lisa Friedman
Date Added:June 23, 2021

New York Times - Climate Forward

Climate Change Is Destroying My Country. The Rich World Must Help. - The New York Times

Islands like the Bahamas are paying the price for wealthier nations’ emissions - an injustice crying out for a global remedy. Hurricane Dorian killed large swathes of mangroves.Credit...Melissa Alcena for The New York Times To hear more audio stories from publications like The New York Times,...

Author:Bernard Ferguson
Date Added:June 23, 2021

New York Times - Climate Forward

The Great ReadThe Climate Issue An activist investment firm won a shocking victory at Exxon Mobil. But can new directors really put the oil giant on a cleaner path? Credit...Illustration by Jon Han To hear more audio stories from publications like The New York Times, download Audm for iPhone or...

Author:Jessica Camille Aguirre
Date Added:June 23, 2021

Last August, Dr. Scott Jolley came home at 3 am from a busy emergency room shift looking pale, far older than his 55 years. It was the middle of the Covid-19 pandemic, and he had been the only physician on duty at his hospital in Salt Lake City, Utah. One of his patients had gone into cardiac...

Author:August, Utah Emergency Physicians had denied Jolley’s requests for another doctor to support his shifts, and did not offer him a pre-retirement schedule because he wasn’t yet 60. (UEP told Vox that the company was looking into pre-retirement options at the time.) He felt he had no other choice but t
Date Added:June 23, 2021

England's first fleet of hydrogen powered double-decker buses are set to be introduced in London. Twenty of the vehicles, which produce no pollution from their exhausts, will serve the number 7 route between East Acton and Oxford Circus. Transport for London already has more than 500...

Date Added:June 23, 2021

"Do we really need that?" It is the question guaranteed to put a dampener on a family shopping trip, occasionally contributing to marital tensions. It's also a question now being asked by the Scottish government agency Zero Waste Scotland, intruding on the free-born right of every Scot to...

Date Added:June 23, 2021

Environmental campaigners say they are disappointed after plans for a £330m waste incinerator were approved. The facility will be built at Ratcliffe-on-Soar coal power station in Nottinghamshire, which is due to be decommissioned in five years. Opponents say incineration sends significant...

Date Added:June 23, 2021

A group of climate activists say a £4m investment will help them plant millions of trees around the world. Bristol-based Ecologi, which uses subscriptions to pay for environmental projects, got the money from investment group General Catalyst. Elliott Coad, one of Ecologi's founders, said...

Author:Steve MellenBBC News
Date Added:June 23, 2021

Beneath Portland in Dorset lies a vast cavern, the result of quarrying and mining that has created some of the world's most famous buildings. Cornwall's Eden Project wants to turn the hollow hillside into an "internationally famous" attraction that tells the story of life on earth. But...

Date Added:June 23, 2021

Editor's note: Analyst Liz Morrison is taking over Transport Weekly while Katie Fehrenbacher is out on leave. This essay is excerpted from the newsletter. Subscribe to receive it Tuesdays. Last summer, Katie Fehrenbacher wrote about the "State of Sustainable Fleets" report put out by the...

Author:Liz Morrison
Date Added:June 23, 2021

PHYS.ORG - Technology

As you drive down the highway, you may notice an increasing number of hybrid and electric vehicles. Alternative energy automobiles are on the rise contributing to the global effort to reduce carbon emissions. As we move together down this road, researchers are looking to determine new solutions...

Date Added:June 23, 2021

PHYS.ORG - Earth

Searing, unrelenting heat scorches large swathes of the Earth, killing millions who have no means to escape. Shade is useless, and shallow bodies of water are warmer than the blood coursing through people's veins. This is a scene from a new sci-fi novel, but the suffocating horror it describes...

Date Added:June 23, 2021

There's some serious out of the box thinking. Apple is the world's most valuable company by market capitalization. Amazon is the world's biggest online retailer. The vastly different businesses share in common an epic scale, with immense impacts on natural systems and countless opportunities to...

Author:Elsa Wenzel
Date Added:June 23, 2021

Guardian - Climate Change

Cool Walks aims to help pedestrians avoid dangerous heat and find public drinking fountains A new app promises to help Barcelona residents find the shadiest route between two places to avoid extreme heat. Cool Walks, a routing tool for pedestrians first developed at a data visualisation contest,...

Date Added:June 23, 2021

PHYS.ORG - Earth

Asymmetry in carbon dioxide emissions and removals could skew climate targets: research

Changes in climate resulting from carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions into the Earth's atmosphere are not equal to the climate changes from deliberate CO2 removals - and assuming such a balance could lead to different climate outcomes that may skew climate targets, according to new Simon Fraser...

Date Added:June 23, 2021

Climate Change News - Politics

Clean energy and electric vehicle incentives are being cut from the US president’s flagship $2 trillion American jobs plan to win conservative support A man paddles during Hurricane Harvey in Houston in 2017. (Photo: Mannie Garcia/Greenpeace) Joe Biden’s climate ambition risks being...

Author:Joe Lo
Date Added:June 23, 2021

Amid a global push to cut emissions, shipping is looking to the winds. Originally published on Climate and Capital Media and reprinted with permission. Ever since he was little, growing up sailing along the coast of Brittany, Guillaume Le Grand was awed by the power of the wind. Now 39, Le Grand...

Author:Blair Palese
Date Added:June 23, 2021

PHYS.ORG - Earth

For thousands of years, people have built their great metropolises right up against the contours of coasts, in estuaries and deltas, confident of the ebb and flow of the tides. Domination of the seas allowed many coastal cities to become trading powerhouses and cultural melting pots. But now...

Date Added:June 23, 2021

PHYS.ORG - Earth

Colombia is home to the world's largest variety of butterflies, approximately 20 percent of all known species, according to a study published Tuesday by the Natural History Museum in London. An international team of scientists cataloged 3,642 species and 2,085 subspecies, registering them in a...

Date Added:June 23, 2021

PHYS.ORG - Earth

Climate change will fundamentally reshape life on Earth in the coming decades, even if humans can tame planet-warming greenhouse gas emissions, according to a landmark draft report from the UN's climate science advisors obtained by AFP. Species extinction, more widespread disease, unliveable...

Date Added:June 23, 2021