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View Article Hubble detects ghostly glow surrounding our solar system Imagine walking into a room at night,... 12/9/2022 PHYS.ORG - Earth Info Details
View Article Coping with the cold snap - your questions answered 12/9/2022 BBC Info Details
View Article New, portable device detects glow emitted by plants to measure their... When plants are healthy, they emit red... 12/9/2022 PHYS.ORG - Earth Info Details
View Article Cumbria coalmine protests planned as local opposition grows Campaigners expected to gather on Friday... 12/9/2022 Guardian - Energy Info Details
View Article Germany at a crossroads: what a nuclear power station tells us about... Neckarwestheim’s nuclear power station... 12/9/2022 Guardian - Energy Info Details
View Article Oil Spill In Rural Kansas Creek Shuts Down Keystone Pipeline TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) - An oil spill in a... 12/9/2022 Huffington Post Info Details
View Article Fuel made from ramen, dishes from coffee grinds: Japan rethinks food... TOKYO — Though it throws out... 12/9/2022 Washington Post - Climate and Environment Info Details
View Article Environment Agency to boost natural flood management after pilots Agency aims to double the number of... 12/9/2022 Guardian - Climate Change Info Details
View Article What archaeologists discovered about climate change in prehistoric... DNA analysis shows gradual changes to... 12/9/2022 Guardian - Climate Change Info Details
View Article Assessing El Niño 'flavors' to unravel past variability, future impact As with many natural phenomena,... 12/9/2022 PHYS.ORG - Earth Info Details
View Article Can the world agree on how to save its last wild animals? As many as a million different species... 12/9/2022 Washington Post - Climate and Environment Info Details
View Article Carbon Trading in China Isn't Helping Tackle Climate Change The cost to a power firm in China for... 12/9/2022 Bloomberg Info Details
View Article Germany considers €1 billion in support for 10 fossil fuel projects... German support for any of the projects... 12/9/2022 Climate Change News - Politics Info Details
View Article How Microsoft is integrating environment justice into business... The tech giant's close... 12/9/2022 Greenbiz Info Details
View Article Madrid, Paris, Lisbon push ahead with hydrogen pipeline Spain, France and Portugal on Friday... 12/9/2022 PHYS.ORG - Technology Info Details
View Article Paper-thin solar cell can turn any surface into a power source d="M12.132,... 12/9/2022 MIT - Research Info Details
View Article Qatar Extends Its Natural Gas Dominance at Russia's Expense As its influence grows, the country is... 12/9/2022 New York Times - Climate Section Info Details
View Article As a climate activist who has been jailed in Russia, I’m concerned... I know what it is like to live in a... 12/8/2022 Guardian - Climate Change Info Details
View Article How ocean plants could help tackle climate change When the tide is out, Errol Renaud can... 12/8/2022 BBC Info Details
View Article As the USDA Invests in “Climate-Smart” Agriculture, It's... Agriculture is responsible for emitting... 12/8/2022 Union of Concerned Scientists - Food and Agriculture Info Details

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PHYS.ORG - Earth

Imagine walking into a room at night, turning out all the lights and closing the shades. Yet an eerie glow comes from the walls, ceiling, and floor. The faint light is barely enough to see your hands before your face, but it persists. Sounds like a scene out of "Ghost Hunters?" No, for...

Date Added:December 9, 2022

Date Added:December 9, 2022

PHYS.ORG - Earth

New, portable device detects glow emitted by plants to measure their health

When plants are healthy, they emit red light that is nearly impossible to see with the naked eye, but with a new instrument developed at York University, it's now possible to measure that light whether in a lab or out in the field. Although it may sound like science fiction to say healthy plants...

Date Added:December 9, 2022

Guardian - Energy

Campaigners expected to gather on Friday and Saturday, and possible legal challenge is being explored Campaigners in Cumbria are planning protests after the government gave the green light to the first new coalmine to be dug in the UK for three decades. Opponents of the mine are expected to...

Date Added:December 9, 2022

Guardian - Energy

Germany at a crossroads: what a nuclear power station tells us about its energy dilemma

Neckarwestheim’s nuclear power station was granted a stay of execution amid Russian gas shortage. Some want it to stay while others can’t wait for it to go On a slope above the river Neckar in south-west Germany, about 25 miles (40km) from Stuttgart, stands the village of Neckarwestheim, its red...

Date Added:December 9, 2022

Huffington Post

TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) - An oil spill in a creek in northeastern Kansas shut down a major pipeline that carries oil from Canada to the Texas Gulf Coast, briefly causing oil prices to rise Thursday. Canada-based TC Energy said it shut down its Keystone system Wednesday night following a drop in...

Date Added:December 9, 2022

Washington Post - Climate and Environment

Fuel made from ramen, dishes from coffee grinds: Japan rethinks food waste

TOKYO — Though it throws out about 90 pounds of food per person every year, Japan doesn’t rank at the top of the world’s list of waste offenders. Still, what’s discarded represents a serious problem for an island nation with limited landfill space and a goal of...

Date Added:December 9, 2022

Guardian - Climate Change

Agency aims to double the number of schemes it supports after success of £15m pilot projects Low-tech “natural” flood management such as using natural materials to slow river flow and storing flood water on meadows will play a key role in preventing future floods, according to the chief...

Date Added:December 9, 2022

Guardian - Climate Change

What archaeologists discovered about climate change in prehistoric England

DNA analysis shows gradual changes to landscape and vegetation are not what future generations can expect A key element of human existence and the prospects for people surviving or thriving was the weather and general climate. Archaeologists have always been able to tell us something about this...

Date Added:December 9, 2022

PHYS.ORG - Earth

As with many natural phenomena, scientists look to past climate to understand what may lie ahead as Earth warms. By assessing so-called 'flavors' of El Niño events in past climate records and model simulations, researchers have a clearer picture of El Niño patterns over the past 12,000 years and...

Date Added:December 9, 2022

Washington Post - Climate and Environment

As many as a million different species are threatened with extinction. Is there anything we can do to stop them from vanishing forever? That’s the question at the center of an international summit kicking off this week in Montreal. Negotiators are gathering in Canada for a United Nations...

Date Added:December 9, 2022

The cost to a power firm in China for releasing a ton of carbon dioxide has averaged less than $9 this year. That compares to $85 in the EU. The slow start is a feature of the system rather than a bug: the government has deliberately been generous with its permits, kept prices low, and left out...

Date Added:December 9, 2022

Climate Change News - Politics

Germany considers €1 billion in support for 10 fossil fuel projects overseas

German support for any of the projects would breach a pledge made last year to stop funding coal, oil and gas projects overseas from 1 January German chancellor Olaf Scholz (Photo: ?ea ??µ???at?a/ Dimitris Papamitsos / Greek Prime Minister's Office/Flickr) Germany is considering support for at...

Author:Chloé Farand
Date Added:December 9, 2022

How Microsoft is integrating environment justice into business development

The tech giant's close collaboration with Emerald Cities Collaborative has informed renewable energy projects with equity as a central concern. A deal with Sol Systems to build 500 MW of solar projects is one component of the partnership between Microsoft and Emerald Cities Collective, as...

Author:Mike De Socio
Date Added:December 9, 2022

PHYS.ORG - Technology

Spain, France and Portugal on Friday unveil details of their ambitious plan for an underwater pipeline to bring green hydrogen from the Iberian Peninsula to the rest of Europe. Spanish Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez, French President Emmanuel Macron and Portuguese premier Antonio Costa were to...

Date Added:December 9, 2022

MIT - Research

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Date Added:December 9, 2022

New York Times - Climate Section

As its influence grows, the country is poised to become a big energy supplier to Europe, which has turned away from Russia after its invasion of Ukraine. Russia’s war in Ukraine has jolted global energy markets, leaving Europe short of natural gas, raising prices for all fossil fuels and...

Author:Clifford Krauss
Date Added:December 9, 2022

Guardian - Climate Change

As a climate activist who has been jailed in Russia, I’m concerned about Australia’s treatment of Violet Coco

I know what it is like to live in a country where there is no way to voice opposition The case of climate protester Violet Coco, who was sentenced to 15 months in prison for briefly blocking a lane of traffic on the Sydney Harbour Bridge, is a frightening development. This was a peaceful...

Date Added:December 9, 2022

When the tide is out, Errol Renaud can see seagrass meadows on the ocean floor from his coastal home on the Seychelles island of Mahe. He's among many local people who have held up a hotel development that would have reclaimed the area. "There's a lot of seagrass meadows here, and...

Date Added:December 9, 2022

Union of Concerned Scientists - Food and Agriculture

As the USDA Invests in “Climate-Smart” Agriculture, It's Hard to Follow the Money

Agriculture is responsible for emitting around 11 percent of all global warming pollution in the United States - roughly the annual equivalent of 141.75 million cars. If this country is to meet its climate targets, it is imperative that public and private investments be made that will help shift...

Date Added:December 9, 2022