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View Article 2024 SkS Weekly Climate Change & Global Warming News Roundup #29 As reflected by preponderance of... 7/21/2024 Skeptical Science Info Details
View Article A post-fire 'nightmare' in New Mexico: Eight floods in four weeks Ruidoso, a scenic town of nearly 8,000... 7/21/2024 Washington Post - Climate and Environment Info Details
View Article Flash floods across China kill at least 20, dozens missing Flash floods in northern and southwest... 7/21/2024 PHYS.ORG - Earth Info Details
View Article India has ramped up its wind and solar energy. It now needs to expand... At a Coca-Cola factory on the outskirts... 7/21/2024 PHYS.ORG - Technology Info Details
View Article With fires in east Canada 'under control,' evacuations ending A forest fire in northeastern Canada... 7/21/2024 PHYS.ORG - Earth Info Details
View Article At Least 11 Dead, Dozens Missing After Highway Bridge In China... TAIPEI, Taiwan (AP) - Chinese... 7/20/2024 Huffington Post Info Details
View Article In New Mexico, a Walk Commemorates the Nuclear Disaster Few Outside... RED WATER POND ROAD, New Mexico - As... 7/20/2024 Info Details
View Article The Barely Recognizable J.D. Vance as Trump's Vice Presidential... From our collaborating partner “Living... 7/20/2024 Info Details
View Article Louisiana's ‘Business-Friendly' Climate Response: Canceled Home... Louisiana homeowners will no longer have... 7/20/2024 Info Details
View Article Does 'compostable' plastic actually break down? Here's what to know. Making sure a product has been properly... 7/20/2024 Washington Post - Climate and Environment Info Details
View Article UK village fights to turn back tide of climate change Kevin Jordan thought he would spend his... 7/20/2024 PHYS.ORG - Earth Info Details
View Article As States Recover from Climate-Related Disasters, They Also Must... This summer has brought a revolving door... 7/19/2024 Info Details
View Article Plastics Pollution Has Become a ‘Crisis,' Biden Administration... Single-use plastic would be phased out... 7/19/2024 Info Details
View Article Books for adapting cities to climate change Stay in the know about climate impacts... 7/19/2024 Yale Climate Connections - Arts Info Details
View Article Why we find extreme weather so fascinating When climate change leads the news, it's... 7/19/2024 PHYS.ORG - Earth Info Details
View Article How camping skills can help prepare you for weather disasters Stay in the know about climate impacts... 7/19/2024 Yale Climate Connections - Weather Info Details
View Article New dawn for space storm alerts could help shield Earth's tech Space storms could soon be forecast with... 7/19/2024 PHYS.ORG - Earth Info Details
View Article When a Retired Scientist Suggested Virginia Weaken Wetlands... A little over a year after the U.S.... 7/19/2024 Info Details
View Article Funds to Help Low-Income Families With Summer Electric Bills Are... In San Elizario, Texas, tucked between... 7/19/2024 Info Details
View Article Adding to the story of ancient human migration: Evidence of early... New evidence of human occupation in... 7/19/2024 PHYS.ORG - Earth Info Details

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Skeptical Science

As reflected by preponderance of coverage, our Story of the Week is Project 2025. Until now traveling mostly unobserved below the surface of public attention, this public policy submarine launched by the Heritage Foundation and loaded with missiles targeted at civil society as we express it via...

Date Added:July 21, 2024

Washington Post - Climate and Environment

Ruidoso, a scenic town of nearly 8,000 in southern New Mexico, is at the mercy of an enduring, double-barreled disaster. RUIDOSO, N.M. - The dream home that Brook Smith bought last year, located at the bend of a peaceful road, is now protected on one side by a military-grade flood barrier filled...

Date Added:July 21, 2024

PHYS.ORG - Earth

Flash floods in northern and southwest China have killed at least 20 people and left dozens missing, state media said Saturday, after a week of deadly downpours across the country. Several vehicles in northwestern Shaanxi province plunged into a swollen river late Friday after a bridge...

Date Added:July 21, 2024

PHYS.ORG - Technology

India has ramped up its wind and solar energy. It now needs to expand places to store it

At a Coca-Cola factory on the outskirts of Chennai in southern India a giant battery powers machinery day and night, replacing a diesel-spewing generator. It's one of just a handful of sites in India powered by electricity stored in batteries, a key component to fast-tracking India's energy...

Date Added:July 21, 2024

PHYS.ORG - Earth

A forest fire in northeastern Canada that forced the evacuation of more than 9,000 people a week ago is now under control, allowing those displaced to begin returning home, authorities said Saturday. The risk to the towns of Labrador City and Wabush is now "very low," Premier Andrew Furey of...

Date Added:July 21, 2024

Huffington Post

At Least 11 Dead, Dozens Missing After Highway Bridge In China Crumbles In Flood

TAIPEI, Taiwan (AP) - Chinese authorities say at least 11 people have died and 30 are missing in the partial collapse of a highway bridge in the northwest of the country following heavy storms and flooding. A similar number are missing in the southwest after dozens of houses were destroyed by...

Date Added:July 21, 2024

In New Mexico, a Walk Commemorates the Nuclear Disaster Few Outside the Navajo Nation Remember

RED WATER POND ROAD, New Mexico - As Tony Hood walked along New Mexico Highway 566 last Saturday, he thought about where he was 45 years earlier, when an earthen dam broke at the site of a uranium mill operated by the United Nuclear Corp., releasing 94 million gallons of radioactive water and...

Date Added:July 21, 2024

The Barely Recognizable J.D. Vance as Trump's Vice Presidential Running Mate

From our collaborating partner “Living on Earth,” public radio’s environmental news magazine, an interview by host Steve Curwood with Dan Gearino, a staff writer at Inside Climate News based in Columbus, Ohio. The 2024 presidential election has already been tumultuous, but in some respects it’s...

Date Added:July 21, 2024

Louisiana's ‘Business-Friendly' Climate Response: Canceled Home Insurance Plans

Louisiana homeowners will no longer have the assurance of holding onto their longtime property insurance policies after a damaging storm. And they could start seeing increases in premiums and deductibles since the state’s insurance commissioner convinced lawmakers to deregulate Louisiana’s...

Date Added:July 21, 2024

Washington Post - Climate and Environment

Making sure a product has been properly certified is one way to know if it will really break down in commercial composting operations. “Biodegradable.” “Compostable.” “Plant-based.” “Earth-friendly.” These buzzwords are increasingly appearing on utensils, to-go cups and food containers and other...

Date Added:July 20, 2024

PHYS.ORG - Earth

Kevin Jordan thought he would spend his retirement listening to the sound of the sea at his home on the Norfolk coast in eastern England. But his dream collapsed in November last year and he lost everything overnight when the house was demolished due to coastal erosion. Now the former engineer...

Date Added:July 20, 2024

As States Recover from Climate-Related Disasters, They Also Must Prepare for Future Ones

This summer has brought a revolving door of climate-fueled disasters across the U.S. - from Hurricane Beryl in Houston to the wildfires tearing through California. But what happens in the aftermath of these extreme weather events? For many states, recovery is no longer just about trying to...

Date Added:July 21, 2024

Plastics Pollution Has Become a ‘Crisis,' Biden Administration Acknowledges

Single-use plastic would be phased out of all U.S. government operations by 2035 under a new federal plastics pollution strategy unveiled Friday by President Joe Biden’s administration, which cited a “crisis” of littered oceans and poisoned air due to plastics. “The...

Date Added:July 21, 2024

Yale Climate Connections - Arts

Stay in the know about climate impacts and solutions. Subscribe to our weekly newsletter. Yale Climate Connections When the world finally faces up to the challenge of climate change, cities will be important players According to the World Bank, 56% of the planet’s human population already...

Date Added:July 20, 2024

PHYS.ORG - Earth

When climate change leads the news, it's often down to a hurricane, heat wave or flood. And, judging by our most widely read environment stories over the past decade, extreme weather really is one of the main ways the public (or at least our readers) learns about climate breakdown. The movie...

Date Added:July 20, 2024

Yale Climate Connections - Weather

Stay in the know about climate impacts and solutions. Subscribe to our weekly newsletter. Yale Climate Connections In Los Angeles, a class on camping has also prepared participants to survive weather disasters, which are becoming more common as the climate warms. Tim Jones, an outdoor educator,...

Date Added:July 20, 2024

PHYS.ORG - Earth

Space storms could soon be forecast with greater accuracy than ever before thanks to a big leap forward in our understanding of exactly when a violent solar eruption may hit Earth. Scientists say it is now possible to predict the precise speed a coronal mass ejection (CME) is traveling at and...

Date Added:July 20, 2024

When a Retired Scientist Suggested Virginia Weaken Wetlands Protections, the State Said, No Way

A little over a year after the U.S. Supreme Court narrowed the range of wetlands the federal government can protect, a Virginia board turned down a petition that would have similarly limited local officials from regulating certain wetlands within the Chesapeake Bay watershed. The June decision...

Date Added:July 20, 2024

Funds to Help Low-Income Families With Summer Electric Bills Are Stretched Thin

In San Elizario, Texas, tucked between cotton fields and the U.S.-Mexico border fence, nearly 30 percent of the population lives below the poverty line. When the summer heat hits here, electric bills skyrocket - and paying them is a struggle. Olivia Figueroa, executive director of the local...

Date Added:July 20, 2024

PHYS.ORG - Earth

Adding to the story of ancient human migration: Evidence of early maritime activities in Indonesia's Tanimbar islands

New evidence of human occupation in southeast Indonesia dating back 42,000 years offers fresh clues about the route taken by some of the first humans to arrive in our region, according to a study from The Australian National University (ANU). The research has been published in Quaternary Science...

Date Added:July 20, 2024