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View Article Dyer: Stay the course on Carbon pricing Kristy Dyer has a background in art and... 3/30/2021 Info Details
View Article What’s your “fair share” of carbon emissions? You’re probably blowing... How the right to pursue happiness... 2/24/2021 VOX -Environment Info Details
View Article The age of extinction Polar bears and narwhals are using up to... 2/24/2021 Guardian - Climate Change Info Details
View Article New €2.5Bn Green Hydrogen Steel Venture Unveiled A new green steel venture in Sweden has... 2/24/2021 Green Tech Media Info Details
View Article Google Spinoff Malta Nabs $50M Series B for Thermal Long Duration... Malta has raised a $50 million Series B... 2/24/2021 Green Tech Media Info Details
View Article The age of extinction Steve Latour and his wife were enjoying... 2/24/2021 Guardian - Climate Change Info Details
View Article Robo-dog paintball rampage plan condemned A US art installation that will let... 2/24/2021 BBC Info Details
View Article 4 takeaways from Texas blackout crisis Edward Klump and Mike Lee, E&E News... 2/24/2021 Info Details
View Article Haaland downplays Biden's drilling ban as a 'pause' Adam Aton, E&E News reporter Progressive... 2/24/2021 Info Details
View Article Deb Haaland's last chance to win over Republicans Emma Dumain, E&E News reporter The... 2/24/2021 Info Details
View Article The Economist explains - How dangerous are aircraft-engine failures? |... Two dramatic engine breakdowns - in... 2/24/2021 Economist Info Details
View Article The Intelligence - “This is really do-or-die for the Tokyo games” -... Also on the daily podcast: how Britain... 2/24/2021 Economist Info Details
View Article ‘climate change' is back, ‘illegal alien' is out “The president has been clear to all of... 2/24/2021 Info Details
View Article The Words That Are In and Out With the Biden Administration “The president has been clear to all of... 2/24/2021 New York Times - Climate Section Info Details
View Article Justin Trudeau Makes Subtle 'Leadership’ Dig At Trump During Biden... Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau... 2/24/2021 Huffington Post Info Details
View Article Fighting fit cockroaches have 'hidden strength' A new study has discovered that not all... 2/24/2021 PHYS.ORG - Earth Info Details
View Article Tiger Woods Faces Tough Recovery From Leg Injuries Sustained In Car... LOS ANGELES (AP) - In a career filled... 2/24/2021 Huffington Post Info Details
View Article Carbon tax would be popular with UK voters, poll suggests Levies on flying, imports and other... 2/24/2021 Guardian - Climate Change Info Details
View Article Be 'muscular' and drive green recovery, Cameron tells Johnson Free market can be overruled if... 2/24/2021 Guardian - Energy Info Details
View Article 3 ways companies can tap into the rise of renewable energy in Colombia Over the past decade, Colombia has set... 2/24/2021 Greenbiz Info Details

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Kristy Dyer has a background in art and physics and consulted for Silicon Valley We have not one but two crises on our hands: COVID and global warming. The COVID crisis is immediate, it has killed 550,000 in North America alone. Global warming is coming slowly but inevitably, we are still headed...

Date Added:January 23, 2021

VOX -Environment

What’s your “fair share” of carbon emissions? You’re probably blowing way past it.

How the right to pursue happiness through unlimited consumption harms the planet, and our kids. Our liberty-loving way of life has landed us in an encircling moral maze otherwise known as the climate crisis. That means certain of our cherished rights face a new test. While many are misled into...

Date Added:February 24, 2021

Guardian - Climate Change

Polar bears and narwhals are using up to four times as much energy to survive because of major ice loss in the Arctic, according to scientists. Once perfectly evolved for polar life, apex predators are struggling as their habitats shrink and unique adaptations become less suited to an...

Date Added:February 24, 2021

Green Tech Media

A new green steel venture in Sweden has been launched with bold plans to start production as early as 2024.The H2 Green Steel initiative will then scale-up to 5 million tons per year of green steel production. It would be the world’s first large-scale green steel producer, with a total of...

Date Added:February 24, 2021

Green Tech Media

Google Spinoff Malta Nabs $50M Series B for Thermal Long Duration Storage

Malta has raised a $50 million Series B round to bring its super-long duration energy storage to market, the company said Wednesday.The startup spun out of Google parent company Alphabet's moonshot factory, X, in 2018. Many startups tackling energy storage breakthroughs have looked to batteries...

Date Added:February 24, 2021

Guardian - Climate Change

Steve Latour and his wife were enjoying their usual early morning coffee in the sun outside their lake house in the Kootenay region of British Columbia when they heard noises coming from the bat box attached to the side of the house. Every summer, about 150 Yuma myotis bats return to the box,...

Date Added:February 24, 2021

A US art installation that will let people control a paintballing robot in a mock art gallery has been condemned by the firm that made the robo-dog. Boston Dynamics criticised the project, calling it a "provocative use" of its quadruped robot, Spot. It warned that it the "spectacle" goes ahead,...

Author:Jane WakefieldTechnology reporter
Date Added:February 24, 2021

Edward Klump and Mike Lee, E&E News reporters Widespread furor over last week's Texas blackouts showed no sign of subsiding yesterday as five grid directors announced plans to resign and new questions emerged about the grid, skyrocketing electricity bills and gas flaring. Francis Chung/E&E News...

Author:Edward Klump and Mike Lee in Energywire 7:22 AM EST
Date Added:February 24, 2021

Adam Aton, E&E News reporter Progressive promises gave way to bipartisan compromises yesterday during Rep. Deb Haaland's confirmation hearing for Interior secretary. Francis Chung/E&E News The Senate Energy and Natural Resources Committee will question New Mexico Democratic Rep. Deb Haaland...

Author:Edward Klump and Mike Lee in Energywire 7:22 AM EST
Date Added:February 24, 2021

Emma Dumain, E&E News reporter The Senate Energy and Natural Resources Committee will question New Mexico Democratic Rep. Deb Haaland again this morning in her bid for Interior secretary. It may be her last chance to sway GOP lawmakers, some of whom were disappointed with her performance...

Author:Edward Klump and Mike Lee in Energywire 7:22 AM EST
Date Added:February 24, 2021

The Economist explains - How dangerous are aircraft-engine failures? | The Economist explains

Two dramatic engine breakdowns - in America and the Netherlands - cause concern THERE ARE few things as bone-chilling as the thought of an aircraft engine exploding in mid-flight, particularly if you happen to be in a seat close to the fast-flying debris. Such accidents are exceedingly rare. But...

Date Added:February 24, 2021

The Intelligence - “This is really do-or-die for the Tokyo games” - Olympic-sized risks in Japan | Podcasts | The Economist

Also on the daily podcast: how Britain decarbonised so quickly and South Korea’s many noisy neighbours PLANNERS ARE in a corner. Delaying or cancelling the summer tournament looks like defeat; pressing ahead looks like a danger. We take a look at the sporting chances. Britain has decarbonised...

Date Added:February 24, 2021

“The president has been clear to all of us - words matter, tone matters and civility matters,” said Jen Psaki, the White House press secretary. WASHINGTON - Days after President Biden took office, the Bureau of Land Management put a scenic landscape of a winding river at the top of its website,...

Author:Michael D. Shear
Date Added:February 24, 2021

New York Times - Climate Section

“The president has been clear to all of us - words matter, tone matters and civility matters,” said Jen Psaki, the White House press secretary. WASHINGTON - Days after President Biden took office, the Bureau of Land Management put a scenic landscape of a winding river at the top of its website,...

Author:Michael D. Shear
Date Added:February 24, 2021

Huffington Post

Justin Trudeau Makes Subtle 'Leadership’ Dig At Trump During Biden Call

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on Tuesday held his first virtual bilateral meeting with President Joe Biden and dissed Donald Trump without even mentioning the ex-president’s name. Trudeau thanked Biden for last month reentering the U.S. into the Paris climate accords, saying “U.S....

Date Added:February 24, 2021

PHYS.ORG - Earth

A new study has discovered that not all cockroaches are equal and "super athletes", with larger respiratory systems, are more likely to win physical mating battles. The research, published in the journal Animal Behavior and led by Dr. Sophie Mowles of Anglia Ruskin University (ARU), studied...

Date Added:February 24, 2021

Huffington Post

Tiger Woods Faces Tough Recovery From Leg Injuries Sustained In Car Crash

LOS ANGELES (AP) - In a career filled with remarkable comebacks, Tiger Woods faces his toughest recovery of all. Woods was driving through a sweeping, downhill stretch of road through coastal suburbs of Los Angeles when his SUV struck a sign, crossed over a raised median and two oncoming lanes...

Date Added:February 24, 2021

Guardian - Climate Change

Levies on flying, imports and other high-carbon services could raise £27bn a year by 2030, says Zero Carbon Campaign Taxing carbon dioxide emissions would be popular with voters, polling suggests, as the government moots ways to put a price on carbon that could help tackle the climate crisis and...

Date Added:February 24, 2021

Guardian - Energy

Free market can be overruled if necessary to create post-Covid growth, ex-PM advises former rival Boris Johnson must be “muscular” in reshaping the economy to bring about a green recovery from the coronavirus crisis, former prime minister David Cameron has said, calling for an active policy of...

Date Added:February 24, 2021

Over the past decade, Colombia has set increasingly ambitious renewable energy goals. In 2020 alone, the government pledged to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by 51 percent and install 4,000 megawatts of new, non-hydro, renewable electricity by 2030 - about 24 percent of the country’s projected...

Author:Norma Hutchinson & Jonathan Morgenstein
Date Added:February 24, 2021