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Interior Official Broke Ethics Rules, Government Watchdog Concludes A senior Interior Department official broke ethics rules when he met with his former employer to discuss Interior business, the inspector general said.
UK’s biggest power plant to go carbon negative by 2030 – but will it work? The UK’s largest power plant is planning to go carbon negative by 2030 – but experts and environmental groups have questioned whether it can be done using “speculative” and unproven technology. Drax.
Climate Change Is Ravaging the Arctic, Report Finds It was another very warm year in the region, leading to low winter sea ice and growing concerns over sea level rise.
Look to the future and vote for Labour, says Antony Gormley - Letters Letters: With Labour’s vision we have the opportunity to use our democratic power to take a new direction, the artist writes.
No 2 bus gives new spin on crap service - Brief letters Brief letters: Theatre funding - Methane buses - Apostrophes - Amazon health - Election moon.
Exxon found not guilty of fraud over true cost of climate regulations Judge says prosecutors did not prove oil giant had misled investors – but does not absolve it of responsibility for global heating.
'The idea is that art can help': how Art Basel Miami tackled the climate crisis Away from the $120,000 banana, artists have been using their work to comment on and bring awareness to the climate emergency.
New York Loses Climate Change Fraud Case Against Exxon Mobil A state judge ruled in favor of Exxon Mobil in a lawsuit claiming the company committed fraud in its accounting for the costs of climate change.
Deliver 'significant results now', UN General Assembly President tells COP25 climate conference Muhammad-Bande recalled the consensus reached through the Paris Agreement to limit the rise in temperature to 2ºC above pre-industrial levels and efforts to hold it to 1.5ºC. And yet, if current trends in global emissions continue, they will cause further warming; and humans will face increasingly severe and extreme weather events.
Arctic sea ice cover falls to 'alarming' low as temperatures rise Change affects more than 70 indigenous communities around the Bering Sea.
A Climate Change Skeptic Changes His Mind Thirty-eight year old Justin was a climate skeptic before the trip. But after traveling with David to meet climate scientist Katharine Hayhoe and then to Alaska to witness firsthand the state's melting glaciers, he changed his mind. Some folks say you can't convince a skeptic.
In Trump’s absence, presidential hopeful Michael Bloomberg takes centre stage at key climate summit It will require leadership and common sense.’.
Why Global Warming Is This Cable Company's Biggest Risk Factor Increasingly frequent and powerful hurricanes and tropical storms have caused damage that has set back earnings growth and required companies to invest more in durable infrastructure. By far, the biggest setback for the company caused by a natural disaster was the damage caused in Puerto Rico in 2017 by Hurricane Maria.
City Council Recap: Dec. 9, 2019 The final West Saint Paul City Council meeting of the year included a 2020 budget, a climate change resolution, a presentation on the crime map, an appointment, and debate over the proposed apartments at the former K-mart site.
Naming the Psychological Effects of Climate Change: Solastalgia The word he came up with was solastalgia, a portmanteau word of the Latin solus, which means ‘abandonment and loneliness, ’ and nostalgia.”.
How Katharine Hayhoe Stays Hopeful as the Planet Warms A Texas Tech professor and accomplished atmospheric scientist, Hayhoe was the lead author on the last three National Climate Assessments and served as a reviewer on the United Nations' Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change.
In Sweden's Arctic, ice atop snow leaves reindeer starving KIRUNA, Sweden - Thick reindeer fur boots and a fur hat covering most of his face shielded Niila Inga from freezing winds as he raced his snowmobile up to a mountain top overlooking his reindeer in the Swedish arctic.
Greenland's ice sheet melting seven times faster than in 1990s Scale and speed of loss much higher than predicted, threatening inundation for hundreds of millions of people.
Last remaining glaciers in Pacific ‘will melt away in less than a decade, ’ study says The world’s last remaining tropical glaciers, which exist high in mountain ranges between the Andes and the Himalayas, are on course to melt completely in less than a decade due to the climate.
Exxon Found Not Guilty of Fraud in Climate-Change Accounting Case A New York state judge found Exxon Mobil not guilty of fraud, saying that the state attorney general had failed to establish the oil giant had deceived its investors about how it accounted for the cost of future climate-change regulations.
John Kerry and the climate kids: a tale of 2 new strategies to fight climate change Both campaigns are born out of a sense of moral and political urgency. Both are populated by people of good will trying to do the right thing. But they reflect very different assessments of political economy and very different political theories of change, a cleavage that falls largely along generational lines.
See Four Spanish Masterpieces Updated to Reflect the Consequences of Climate Change "Updated" just in time for the 2019 United Nations Climate Change Conference, which is currently underway in the Spanish capital, the artworks serve as a warning.
Mining Company and Climate Science Denier MP Lobbied Government Against Household Coal Ban A politician known for promoting climate science denial teamed up with a controversial mining company to lobby the Department of Environment, Food and Rural Affairs to drop a proposed ban on the use of coal in England's households, newly released documents show.
Previously extinct Guam rail saved in rare conservation success Ten species with improved numbers in IUCN red list unveiled amid call for more biodiversity focus at COP25.
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