Countries fall short of U.N. pledge to protect 10% of the ocean by 2020Covering a swath of ocean larger than Peru around coral reefs, golden beaches and rocky atolls in north Hawaiʻi, Papahānaumokuākea Marine National Monument is one of the worlds largest marine protected areas — and the biggest in North America.Daily Climate : Impacts Shared .
The glaciers of the Greenland Ice Sheet are running awayFor each kilometer that Greenland's glaciers retreat, their rate of ice loss speeds up by 4 to 5 percentâa bleak trend that will accelerate sea-level rise.Daily Climate : Impacts Shared .
A Hotter Planet Is Already Killing Americans, Health Experts WarnA new report presented climate change as an immediate public health danger and urged lawmakers to curb greenhouse gas emissions.New York Times Shared .
Oceans key to solving climate crisis, say world leadersCo-chaired by Palau and Norway, the Ocean Panel of 14 coastal nations has declared its commitment to 100% ocean sustainability by 2025 under the guise of a 'blue economy'.Daily Climate : Impacts Shared .
UN chief Antonio Guterres: 'There's no vaccine for the planet'As record temperatures, severe drought and fast-warming seas confirm still-rising emissions, UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres makes a plea for carbon neutrality.Daily Climate : Impacts Shared .
Radio Ecoshock: Solving the Climate Emergency Despite COVID-19Australian author Tim Flannery with his new book "The Climate Cure: Solving the Climate Emergency in the Era of COVID-19".Radio Ecoshock Shared .
Sir David Attenborough: 'Our lives depend' on climate change fightSir David Attenborough discusses the climate crisis with the UN Secretary-General António Guterres.Daily Climate Shared .
POLITICS: What now for scientists who fled U.S. because of Trump?Meet three climate researchers who decided it was better to work in Europe when President Trump was elected.Daily Climate Shared .
NEW MEMBER PROFILE: How Mark Kelly might shake up the Senate's power balanceAfter campaigning as an independent problem solver, Arizona Democrat Mark Kelly is poised to get a head start on his pledge to fix a "broken" political system in Washington.Daily Climate Shared .
UN Report: Despite Falling Energy Demand, Governments Set on Increasing Fossil Fuel ProductionTop countries are projected to produce twice the limit on oil, gas and coal required to meet Paris climate agreement goals.Daily Climate Shared .
New Zealand announces emergency due to climate changeNew Zealand has joined 30 states in declaring an emergency in the country due to the threat of climate change.Daily Climate : Impacts Shared .
Seniors understand climate change challengesSeniors understand big threats. Right now, they face some of the biggest dangers of COVID-19, from high death rates at nursing homes to stretched fixed incomes covering higher prices on food and other essentials.Daily Climate : Impacts Shared .
Twin scourges COVID-19 and climate change threaten world's displaced and statelessTo fight climate change, the world must learn from the COVID-19 pandemic and act with urgency, or risk far-reaching and lethal consequences for people who are forced from their homes, UNHCRâs Assistant High Commissioner for Protection Gillian Triggs said today.UNHCR Shared .
Countries worldwide are passing laws to kill the gas-powered car a here's who's going all-electric, and whenIt will take a combined effort on the part of automakers and municipalities to create EVs people actually want to buy and places to charge them.Daily Climate Shared .
Minneapolis a leader on climate change, scorecard saysMinneapolis continues to rank among the top cities in the nation when it comes to setting and meeting climate change goals, according to a scorecard out last month.Daily Climate Shared .
Amazon, General Motors, Walmart and more call climate action a 'business imperative'Dozens of leading U.S. companies signed a letter urging President-elect Joe Biden and lawmakers to re-enter the nation into the Paris Climate Agreement.Daily Climate Shared .
Mass lake drainage in Alaskan tundra another sign of climate change: researchersDuring the winter of 2017 and into the summer 2018, the entire region experienced unusually warm temperatures and exceptionally heavy precipitation consistent with what climate change models predict across the Arctic.Daily Climate : Impacts Shared .
RENEWABLE ENERGY: First U.S. offshore wind farm put on holdVineyard Wind will temporarily withdraw its application for federal approval to erect the first large offshore wind farm in the country, in an apparent attempt to pause the Trump administration's review of the project days before it was scheduled to publish a final analysis.Daily Climate Shared .
UN calls on humanity to end 'war on nature,' go carbon-freeAs an extreme year for hurricanes, wildfires and heat waves comes to an end, the head of the United Nations challenged world leaders to make 2021 the year that humanity ends its "war on nature" and commits to a future free of planet-warming carbon pollution.Daily Climate Shared .
Some Republican states would fight forced utility emissions cuts under Biden climate agendaReuters) - The governors of five Republican states are ready to fight Democratic President-elect Joe Biden if he tries to require the power sector to slash greenhouse gas emissions.Daily Climate Shared .
Climate change: PM aims for world-leading UK emissions cutsBoris Johnson is set to unveil plans for world-leading emissions UK cuts - but are they enough?BBC Shared .
ELECTRICITY: CEO: Biden clean energy costs 'prohibitively high'President-elect Joe Biden's plan for a 100% carbon-free power sector by 2035 could endanger grid reliability and carry an "extremely high" cost that makes such a time frame unlikely, the CEO of Texas-based Vistra Corp.Daily Climate Shared .
Coal, oil and gas production to blow climate targets despite pandemic dip, report warnsPublished on 02/12/2020, 2:00pm UN-backed Production Gap report projects a 2% annual rise in global fossil fuel output this decade, when 6% cuts are needed in line with a 1.5C warming limit.Daily Climate Shared .
Climate change threatens World Heritage Sites including one in Yukon, says reportA report from an international organization that monitors global biodiversity says climate change is an immediate threat to one-third of all World Heritage Sites, including one in Canada's North.Daily Climate Shared .
Advent WaitingBy Anna Vogt As 2020 draws to a close, we are waiting for so much, from Zoom breakout rooms to begin, to shared meals around a table with loved ones, to safety from conflict, to a vaccine that reaches all of us.Ottawa Notebook Shared .
ENVIRONMNETAL CHANGESThis is the first in a series of four seasonal posts that speak to changes: environmental changes, cultural changes, generational changes, and seasonal changes.Lone Tree Farm On Kanaranzi Creek Shared .
Kids, toxic smoke and inequalityI began by consulting two researchers at Stanford University: Dr. Kari Nadeau, a pediatric asthma specialist who has been studying the effects of air pollution on the health of children for many years, and Marshall Burke, an economist who analyzes the social and economic impacts of climate change and whose 8-year-old daughter, Zella, has asthma.New York Times Shared .
Owning all Life on Planet Earth, Elite PlansStory Links ▬▬▬● Getting the Most Out of Your New Plant Variety UPOV 91 and other seed laws: a basic primer on how companies intend to control and monopolise seeds 91 and other seed laws 1: Trade agreements privatizing biodiversity outside the WTO agreements that impact seed laws in Africa Central Experimental Foods Documentation and...Adapt 2030 Shared .
Out of TimeClimate change is about more than changing temperatures, and todays authors show how changes in the climate lead to mismatches between the timing of predator-prey interactions.Ecology For The Masses Shared .
Norman Foster pulls out of climate coalition in row over aviationFirm withdraws from Architects Declare after criticism of work on series of airports.The Guardian Shared .
Mass lake drainage in Alaskan tundra another sign of climate change: researchersDuring the winter of 2017 and into the summer 2018, the entire region experienced unusually warm temperatures and exceptionally heavy precipitation consistent with what climate change models predict across the Arctic.Global News Shared .
Gift guide: 12 books on climate and environment for the holidays » Yale Climate ConnectionsTwelve books address decades of writing on climate change, reassess the challenges, offer hope and guidance for action, and envision very different, climate-changed futures.Yale Climate Connections Shared .
The Hitchhiker's Guide to Fact CheckingThe Plot Starts to Brew It was April 1958, and âKing Georgeâ was in his garden basking in the early spring sunshine, whilst awaiting a message from the Master Jesus.Climate Scepticism Shared .
Researchers say widespread lake drainage on tundra another sign of climate changeScientists say a year in which almost 200 tundra lakes drained away could point to what's in store for Canada's North.Kamloops This Week Shared .
Communicating climate change through social mediaI updated my previous talk for scientists on surviving social media for a more general audience this time for MSc students.Doug McNeall's Blog Shared .
A Necessary Book: Lo-TEK: Design by Radical IndigenismThe exhibition examined ânon-pedigreed architecture, â which, âfor want of a generic label,.THE DIRT Shared .
UN chief denounces ‘suicidal' failure to tackle climate changeAntonio Guterres says recovery from the coronavirus pandemic could be humanity's chance for a reset to save the planet.Al Jazeera Shared .
Kenya Hope Charity's Christmas fundraising updateA Weston charity and church are uniting in the fight against global warming. Kenya Hope Charity began a tree nursery in Sawagongo in June 2018 to benefit...Weston Mercury Shared .
Is the COVID-19 crisis spurring a transition to net-zero emissions in the oil and gas sector?Almost all economic sectors have suffered due to the evolving COVID-19 crisis. For the oil and gas industry, already battered on one side by low prices due to an oil price war between Russia and Saudi Arabia, and on the other by the push to decarbonise the global economy, the crisis hit at an especially challenging time.Environment Focus Shared .
Countries worldwide are passing laws to kill the gas-powered car a here's who's going all-electric, and whenIt will take a combined effort on the part of automakers and municipalities to create EVs people actually want to buy and places to charge them.Business Insider Shared .
UN secretary general: humanity faces climate 'suicide' without US rejoining Paris agreementJoining China and other big polluters, Bidens pledge of net zero emissions by 2050 brings the Paris agreement goals within reach.The Guardian Shared .
Getting Building Height Right for the ClimateSkyscrapers use and lose more energy than low-rise buildings, research shows. Can smarter design and technology change that?Daily Climate Shared .
Coronavirus Is In the BagEarlier this year, I began obsessively sewing face masks and tote bags with the excess fabric stockpiled in my basement.Half Baked Log Shared .
Humanity is waging war on nature, says UN secretary generalAntónio Guterres lists human-inflicted wounds on natural world in stark message.The Guardian Shared .
Global warming: UN: Warmer world in 2020 busted weather records, hurt peopleThe WMO report found that worsening global warming is being seen in all seven key climate indicators, but it said the problem is more than measurements and is increasing human suffering in an already bad year.The Economic Times Shared .
If not in your backyardFor this visual / graphic presentation I chose to create an infographic using Canva. I focused on some of the key aspects of environmental justice that I would be able to quickly speak on during class discussion, which included: historical racial zoning and planning laws, pollution, climate change effects, and COVID-19.Environmental Justice Shared .
We're at a turning point on climate change. But most countries are still choosing fossil fuels over clean energy, report saysCNN)Governments of the world are at a "critical juncture" for shaping the climate's future but are on course to produce too many fossil fuels in the decade ahead, a new report has found.CNN Shared .
Coal, oil and gas production to blow climate targets despite pandemic dip, report warnsPublished on 02/12/2020, 2:00pm UN-backed Production Gap report projects a 2% annual rise in global fossil fuel output this decade, when 6% cuts are needed in line with a 1.5C warming limit.Climate Change News Shared .
World not doing nearly enough to stop 'catastrophic' global warming, UN report warnsCountries around the world are poised to pump out over 120% more fossil fuels than needed to meet the Paris Climate Agreement, a new report says.USA TODAY Shared .
World is ‘doubling down' on fossil fuels despite climate crisisProduction must fall by 6% a year to avoid ‘severe climate disruption' but Covid-19 funding is supporting increases.The Guardian Shared .
In Case You Missed It: A Summary of the Latest Climate Science InformationEach organization wrote one or more chapters. The overall messages from these chapters include that greenhouse gases continued to&.Climate and Security News Shared .
Leicester University's ‘game changing' study into locustsLeicester university have published the first study decoding the genome sequencing of locusts, which could help combat locust infestations.Leicester Student Magazine Shared .
In Latin America, farmers use microfinance to fight climate changeEnglish News and Press Release on World and 7 other countries about Agriculture, Climate Change and Environment and Flood; published on 02 Dec 2020 by UNEP.ReliefWeb Shared .
Guterres: UN will build global coalition for carbon neutrality in 2021Published on 02/12/2020, 1:45pm UN chief Antonio Guterres warned "the planet is broken", calling for a "quantum leap" on getting to net zero emissions in 2021.Climate Change News Shared .
Sustainable Development index: Is your country in the list?From the definition of sustainability, the four pillars of sustainability, until the sustainable development goals, do you know every year a report is made.The Experiment! Shared .
Great Barrier Reef outlook 'critical' as climate change called number one threat to world heritageThe outlook for five Australian world heritage sites including the Great Barrier Reef, the Blue Mountains and the Gondwana rainforests, has deteriorated, according to a global report that finds climate change is now the number one threat to the planet's natural world heritage.The Guardian Shared .
WMO: Siberian heatwave put 2020 among three hottest years on recordPublished on 02/12/2020, 1:00pm Temperatures reached 38C in Siberia, leading to wildfires and increased melting of the sea ice and putting 2020 on course for 1.2C warming globally.Climate Change News Shared .
Climate change: 2020 set to be one of the three warmest years on recordProvisional figures indicate that 2020 will be one of the hottest in a record dating back to 1850.BBC Shared .
The year the West was burning: How the 2020 wildfire season got so extremeIf 2020 has proved anything, it is to expect the unexpected.Daily Climate Shared .
Families and advocates criticize Pa.'s fracking health studiesBut at a recent online âtown hallâ on the topic, advocates for the families of some of children and young adults who have been diagnosed with Ewing sarcoma, a rare cancer, say they are being cut out of the process of constructing the studies.Â.Daily Climate Shared .
Aston Martin in row over 'sock puppet PR firm' pushing anti-electric vehicle studyAston Martin is at the centre of a climate lobbying controversy after a study co-commissioned by the company that cast doubt on the green credentials of electric vehicles was found to have been attributed to a PR company registered to the wife of a director at the luxury carmaker.The Guardian Shared .
Amid Covid, the Air Hazards of Gas Appliances Draw New ScrutinyCovid-19 has drawn new attention to indoor air pollution. Science has long considered gas appliances to be key culprits.Daily Climate Shared .
The California Air Quality Guru Who Taught Business to Love the EnvironmentPraised by Republicans and Democrats, Mary Nichols is a contender for head of the EPA in a Biden administration.Daily Climate Shared .
On Climate, Biden Must Do More than Undo Trump's DamageScientific American is the essential guide to the most awe-inspiring advances in science and technology, explaining how they change our understanding of the world and shape our lives.Scientific American Shared .
How America got outmaneuvered in a critical mining racePOLITICOs Global Translations podcast explores Chinas decades-long strategy to secure vital materials such as cobalt, and U.S. efforts to catch up.Daily Climate Shared .
CMA seeks to build UK consumer trust in electric car chargingCompetition regulator says it wants using charge points to be as easy as filling up with fuel.The Guardian Shared .
In the northern Great Plains, a search for ways to protect drinking water from fossil fuel industry pollutionEnsia is a solutions-focused nonprofit media outlet reporting on our changing planet. Published by the Institute on the Environment.Daily Climate Shared .
Can Local Food Feed Big Cities? Yes, if We Cut Down on MeatNew research shows that shifting to lower-meat diets would allow cities to source more—or all—of their food locally.Daily Climate Shared .
Singapore Climate Change: Reducing Heat Takes Trees and TechnologyBuilding design and technology are becoming increasingly important in the city's fight to bring temperatures down.Daily Climate : Impacts Shared .
Cricket must make bold climate choices in post-Covid worldProtests against a damaging coal project at the Australia v India ODI are a reminder the game must not shirk its responsibilities.The Guardian Shared .
UAE boosts battle against climate change with special envoyThe nation has taken a significant step to bolster the fight against global warming.Gulf News Shared .
The Arecibo Telescope in Puerto Rico CollapsesAstronomers and residents of Puerto Rico mourned as an eye on the cosmos shuttered unexpectedly on Tuesday morning.Daily Climate Shared .
The Arecibo Observatory in Puerto Rico CollapsesAstronomers and residents of Puerto Rico mourned as an eye on the cosmos shuttered unexpectedly on Tuesday morning.Daily Climate : Impacts Shared .
Georgina Mace, Who Shaped List of Endangered Species, Dies at 67She rewrote the global Red List, which describes which species are in trouble, and warned that the world must restore its ecological balance or pay a steep price.Daily Climate : Impacts Shared .
In the time of the virus: mark 2 day 27And so here we are, at the last day of this second lockdown. I was under the impression that the lockdown was for 4 weeks, so it feels a day premature to be ending it tonight, but there we go.The Magic Jug Shared .
How climate change is multiplying risks for displacementGlobal heating is compounding threats for people already living with conflict and insecurity, further driving displacement around the world.UNHCR Shared .
EIOPA launches discussion paper on a methodology for integrating climate change in the standard formulaEIOPA launches discussion paper on a methodology for integrating climate change in the standard formula.Eiopa - European Commission Shared .
Foster + Partners withdraws from Architects DeclareBreaking news: UK architecture studio Foster + Partners has withdrawn from climate change action group Architects Declare, stating that aviation needs "the most sustainable buildings".Dezeen Shared .
A low carbon future for WAThe long-awaited Western Australian Climate Policy was released earlier this week; it sets out the State Governmentâs plan to achieve net zero greenhouse gas emissions by 2050, and a climate-resilient, prosperous low-carbon future.The Current Shared .
Jacinda Ardern declares 'climate emergency' in New ZealandNew Zealand has declared a climate change emergency and committed to a carbon-neutral government by 2025, in what the prime minister, Jacinda Ardern, called "one of the greatest challenges of our time".The Guardian Shared .
A Comprehensive Study on Coping Mechanism with Climate Change of Coastal Areas in BangladeshInternational Journal of Research and Scientific Innovation - Volume VII, Issue XI, November 2020 - ISSN 2321â2705 A Comprehensive Study on Coping Mechanism with Climate Change of Coastal Areas in Bangladesh Shifat Ara PhD Fellow Bangabandhu Science and Technology Fellowship Trust Dhaka, Bangladesh.Rsisinternational Shared .
The Power of AgaveTo most people, agave is best known as a key ingredient of tequila, a type of South American alcohol that is grown in areas of the world which have arid and semi-arid climates.Planetary Problems Shared .
How Telecommuting Can Help Fight Climate ChangeAlthough experts studying the pandemic are clear that there is no silver lining to an international pandemic which has killed more than half a million people, and drastically changed the lives of millions of others, it could be providing lessons that can be applied to another, slower-moving crisis â climate change.Planetary Problems Shared .
California's Historic Clean Truck RuleOn June 25th, 2020, California adopted the first regulation in the world aimed at boosting sales of zero-emission trucks, marking a historic milestone in the history of regulating transportation pollution.Planetary Problems Shared .
Big Companies Urge Biden, Congress to Address Climate ChangeAmazon, Citigroup, Ford and others support a U.S. return to Paris accord from which Trump withdrew.WSJ Shared .
How Trees Made Us HumanMore than iron, stone, or oil, wood explains human history.Daily Climate : Impacts Shared .
The Problem With Putting a BlackRock Alum in Charge of Greening the EconomyBrian Deese, expected to head the Biden administration's National Economic Council, is a longtime adherent of a disastrous energy strategy.Daily Climate : Causes Shared .
National Pollution Prevention DayNational Pollution Prevention Day : 2nd December Prevention DayÂ is observed on 2ndÂ December in India.B +Ve ! ! Shared .
New Zealand symbolically declares climate emergencyWELLINGTON, New Zealand — Joining more than 30 countries, New Zealand on Wednesday took the symbolic step of declaring a climate emergency.AP NEWS Shared .
Get More Involved in Regulatory Policy DecisionsCome on, do they really think that humans can stop the development of technology? Energy, climate, genetics, social media, all are going to change.T.P.Caruso Shared .
As high Arctic ecosystems collapse, scientists call for increased protectionThe Milne Ice Shelf is seen before its collapse last summer. Warwick Vincent, a biology professor at Laval University who has worked in the Arctic for more than two decades, say such dramatic changes point to the need for greater protection for parts of the Arctic that will be the last to hold on to sea ice as the world warms.Daily Climate : Impacts Shared .
New Zealand declares a climate change emergencyJacinda Ardern calls climate change one of the greatest challenges of our time and pledges carbon-neutral government by 2025.The Guardian Shared .
Ecuador's palm oil law a boon for producers, but not people and planet, groups sayAt the beginning of June 2020, Ecuadorâs National Assembly overwhelmingly passed the Oil Palm Law, officially called the Law for the Promotion and Development of the Production, Commercialization, Extraction, Exportation and Industrialization of Palm Oil and its Derivatives.Daily Climate : Causes Shared .
2020 hindsightExpect severe conditions, expect disruption; welcome to the Anthropocene. By the way, everything weâve experienced in the past year has been long forecast by science, if not in detail then definitely in spirit.Sustainability Bites Shared .
UN climate summit president thanks Australian statesUK energy minister Alok Sharma urges all of you who have not already done so to join the race to net zero emissions by 2050.The Guardian Shared .
Planning for a Climate Crisis Helped a Small Indonesian Island Battle Covid-19Local leaders and volunteer groups that were established to address the effects of global warming quickly switched gears to slow the spread of the coronavirus.Daily Climate : Impacts Shared .
Carbon capture can help us win the race against climate changeCarbon capture and storage has a vital part to play in decarbonization efforts around the world.World Economic Forum Shared .
RAU lecture stresses that next decade is key for biodiversity, climate change and humanityThe role that food, farming and forestry must play in meeting the challenges of climate disruption, nature depletion and human health was explored in an enlightening discussion at the Royal Agricultural University's annual Bledisloe Lecture.The Cattle Site Shared .
Barack Obama: He's Very Impressed With Himself; You? Not So Much&Regular readers are aware of the bottomless depths of my disdain for Barack Hussein Obama, and of course, his wife, whose miniscule appreciation for America came only in Americanâs election, and re-election, of Barack.Â He promised hope and change and delivered economic stagnation and racial division such that America had not seen for a...Stately McDaniel Manor Shared .
The Coalition will lose more former heartland seats to independents without a climate planProgressive female independents hold three once-safe Liberal seats. Their victories are templates for further change.The Guardian Shared .
Health impacts of climate change have reached 'worrying' levelsThe impacts of climate change on peopleâs health around the world, including deaths due to heatwaves and the consequences of food insecurity, are at their âmost worryingâ since an international initiative began tracking them five years ago.New Scientist Shared .
Back to&Little one, the trolley and I leave the house and make the journey to school.Are You Still Reading These? Shared .
Interview with Pamela Conrad: Climate Positive DesignPamela Conrad, ASLA, is a principal at CMG Landscape Architecture in San Francisco, California, and founder of Climate Positive Design.THE DIRT Shared .
Venus figurines offered a model for surviving climate change, new theory saysDec. 1 - According to a new theory, Venus figurines, one of the world's earliest examples of art, weren't symbols of beauty or fertility, as has been previously suggested.Daily Climate : Impacts Shared .
So You've Got Climate Anxiety. Here's What You Can Do With It.No matter where you fall on the eco-anxiety spectrum, on a scale from low-key stressed to lying up at night in a dread spiral, you could probably use some advice on doing something about it.Daily Climate : Impacts Shared .
Cost of planting, protecting trees to fight climate change could jumpPlanting trees and preventing deforestation are considered key climate change mitigation strategies, but a new analysis finds the cost of preserving and planting trees to hit certain global emissions reductions targets could accelerate quickly.ScienceDaily Shared .
How Do Climate Models Predict Global Warming? AClimate models use complex equations, mountains of data and supercomputers to help us understand global warming and future changes on planet Earth.Discover Magazine Shared .
MEDIA RELEASE: Govt climate emergency just empty rhetoric?While declaring a climate emergency is an important gesture, successive governments in Aotearoa/NZ have given us nothing but empty rhetoric when it comes to implementing solutions to solve our global climate crisisâ says Urs Signer, spokesperson for community group Climate Justice Taranaki.Climate Justice Taranaki Shared .
Corporate Control of Diminishing Food in Fear and GreedAsian alliance of Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership is a slick repackaged consolidation of corporate control over food and agriculture across the continent as S.Adapt 2030 Shared .
A Life on our Planet ReviewItâs not all doom and gloom, there is a chance for us to make amends a look at David Attenboroughs latest documentary.Leicester Student Magazine Shared .
Whitebark pine trees are dying across the US west. Could a federal proposal protect them?The high-elevation tree a key source of food for grizzly bears is vulnerable to climate crisis, beetles and disease.The Guardian Shared .
The Illusion of DemocracyI think the late George Carlin in one of his ominous stand-up performances said that we live under the illusion we live in a democracy since our representatives have been bought by conservative and liberal corporate interests and we are slaves to them.Psychesweather Shared .
Singapore Climate Change: Reducing Heat Takes Trees and TechnologyBuilding design and technology are becoming increasingly important in the city's fight to bring temperatures down.Bloomberg.com Shared .
How Climate Change Is Targeting Affordable HousingRising seas risk inundating housing markets in coastal cities that lack options for low-income residents, says a new study.Daily Climate : Impacts Shared .
3 Questions: Hessam AzariJafari on mitigating climate change with reflective pavementsHessam AzariJafari, a postdoc at the MIT Concrete Sustainability Hub, discusses how reflective pavements can significantly mitigate climate change and extreme heat.MIT News - Massachusetts Institute Of Technology Shared .
Friend of clean water, biodiversity, climate-friendly regenerative businesses and safe-guarding our shorelines? Read on&.There is currently a 10-year review panel of the Suffolk County Aquaculture Lease Program being overseen by the SC Legislatureâs Environment, Parks and Agriculture committee, Â chaired by Legislator Kara Hahn withÂ Legislator Al Krupski, Vice Chair.Â.Resist And Replace Shared .
Climate change deeply affects the entire planet aA including Mount EverestHuman activity is impacting the planet, from the deepest parts of the ocean to the tallest peaks.The World From PRX Shared .
EU: Emissions dropped 9,1% in 2019According to the the EU Commission, the European emissions, covered by the EU ETS, dropped 9,1 % in 2019.ComteamPUB+ Shared .
You gotta hit bottom A» The Australian Independent Media NetworkIt seemed that a lot of Americans didnât vote for Trump as they had realised the country was at rock bottom.Olddogthoughts Shared .
Aftermarket truck mods pollute as much as 9 million extra pickupsThe EPA estimates 550,000 medium pickup trucks have disabled emissions controls.Daily Climate : Causes Shared .
Feds Say Climate is Killing Whitebark Pine TreesFish and Wildlife Service ESA listing decision agrees iconic high elevation Whitebark Pine trees under assault due to climate change.NRDC Shared .
Can California's Cap and Trade Actually Address Environmental Justice?MAGAZINE Since Californiaâs program launched in 2013, questions have swirled about whether cap and trade has helped or hurt people living in the shadow of the stateâs largest emitters.Julia Rosen Shared .
Costa Rica warns Biden that pandemic, climate change will increase migrationThe president of Costa Rica, Carlos Alvarado, on Monday asked US President-elect Joe Biden to lead multilateral action to face the economic impacts of Covid-19 and climate change that could increase migration in Central America.Daily Climate : Impacts Shared .
Bringing Cleaner Cooking to Zeze with Fuel-Efficient Stoves.The task of cooking is not always such an easy or pleasant one in our community.Mboni Ya Vijana Shared .
December 2020: Children's vulnerabilities to changing climate explored in seminarGlobal Environmental Health speakers discussed extreme weather, stress, heat's impact on education, and the role of pediatricians.National Institute Of Environmental Health Sciences Shared .
Delay to Low Emission Zone put poor at increased risk from pollutionBoris Johnson was today accused of putting poorer residents' lives at risk when he delayed introducing the Low Emission Zone during his tenure as Mayor of London.Daily Climate : Causes Shared .
The politics of climate change have undergone a radical shift. The press should take noteTo imply that climate change is a political loser is to misapprehend the American public.TheHill Shared .
Climate change warms groundwater in BavariaGroundwater reservoirs in Bavaria have warmed considerably over the past few decades. A new study by researchers at Martin Luther University Halle-Wittenberg compares temperatures at 35 measuring stations, taken at different depths, with data from the 1990s.ScienceDaily Shared .
How Climate Change Is Targeting Affordable HousingRising seas risk inundating housing markets in coastal cities that lack options for low-income residents, says a new study.Bloomberg.com Shared .
TikTok x Climate ChangeTikTok is an app with 800 million users worldwide and, perhaps regretfully for my productivity over the past few months, I am one of those users.Hopeful View Shared .
Ofsted chief resists calls to make England school curriculum more diverseThe chief inspector of schools in England has pushed back against growing calls to make the national curriculum more diverse, warning against making curriculum changes based on a single issue or purpose.The Guardian Shared .
What does rain smell like? By Simon King and Clare NasirI have always been fascinated by the weather, and its unpredictability.Â And according to research, shared in a BBC article, I am not the only one.Mrs Geography Shared .
Using forests to fight global warmingThe cost of leveraging natureâs precious trees to help buffer the planet from global warming could amount to nearly US$400 billion by mid-century, according to an analysis published in the journal Nature Communications.Cosmos Magazine Shared .
What would it take to future-proof our planet?A new series from Unearthed and Huffpost explores how we can stop staggering from crisis to crisis, and build a more resilient world.Greenpeace UK Shared .
Interview: Filmmaker Christi Cooper Talks New Doc YOUTH v GOV and Youth Changing the World Again.Back to back devastating tornados and engulfing forest fires and crippling droughts - in the past few years, the effects of climate change have been readily apparent in the frequency and intensity of natural disasters, especially in the U.S.Musings Of A Streaming Junkie Shared .
How to Donate to Fight Climate ChangeThese are the most effective carbon offsets and climate-advocacy groups, according to a new evidence-based group.The Atlantic Shared .
Climate change strategy approved for a Staffordshire town who so desperate to be involvedAnd on Tuesday it was approved at a full council meeting. All councillors present voted in favour of the strategy, with the exception of one member who abstained.Burtonmail Shared .
Where ideas meet reality.IN CONVERSATION WITH Lily Morse. Operations director: Green SchoolsCampaign Hey there. The Green Schools Campaign is the success story we didnt know we wanted or needed, but have it anyways....Elementalist Shared .
Saving forests to fight climate change will cost $393 billion annuallyLimiting warming to 1.5°C over pre-industrial levels will require $393 billion each year to incentivise forest managers to store more carbon in their forests.New Scientist Shared .
Brazil must reverse deforestation trends before EU finalises Mercosur trade dealPublished on 01/12/2020, 3:55pm Comment: Imazon study finds indigenous people's territories at greatest risk from forest clearance as a result of growing agricultural activity under the agreement.Climate Change News Shared .
Lessons from my landWhat living in a post-communist country teaches me about environmental actions and climate change. 20th of September, 2019.Modern Folklore Shared .
Vapes Shops Series Booklet Series OverviewBecause The World Is Probably EndingAnd We Should Talk~~ ~~~ ~~~ ~~~~ 1999 ~~:: This project :: Horrid year-long Pirate Voyage :::: All in, all about, :: Finally penetrating thru ::** EARTH-DEATH GRIEF * I'm going to add a lot more information-laden words, right here, real soon...Stone Riley Druid Classroom Shared .
States Explored Litigation to Challenge U.S. Policy on Climate ChangeState Library Ed. Note: If you cannot access this story via the link below, state employees can access this Wall Street Journal story HERE via the State Libraryâs subscription to the US Newstream database.EClips Shared .
Pushing back against the tide: A Pacific nation's climate fightVanuatu drafts a blueprint for how battered countries might bypass climate inaction, and recoup soaring disaster costs in a warming world.The New Humanitarian Shared .
Chatting with the LoraxJoan writing. Photo by Rick Maloof. Joan Maloof is the Executive Director of the Old-Growth Forest Network and a professor-emeritus of Salisbury University.The Climate In Emergency Shared .
Blame Climate Change for Historically Warm Fall in Russia's Biggest Cities, Experts SayRussia's two biggest cities will see warmer seasons over the next 10 years compared with the prior decade.The Moscow Times Shared .
Corruption in the United Nations Development FundIn August 2019, Foreign Policy published an investigation and whistleblower accounts into corruption in the UNDP.Unpolished Opinion Shared .
Everyone's a climate expert: 'UK climate targets too low, economists say'The futile emissions obsession will lead nowhere good as far as the economy is concerned.Tallbloke's Talkshop Shared .
Ofsted: Teaching climate change without science could become ‘morality tale'Teaching about climate change without a grounding in science risks becoming a morality tale or quasi-religious, the Ofsted chief inspector has warned.Evening Express Shared .
Increased Plate Tectonic Activity May Have Warmed the Miocene ClimateChanges in rates of tectonic degassing may have been responsible for rapid, extreme warming during the Miocene Climatic Optimum and the long cooling period that followed.Eos Shared .
Grant Makers Urged to Stay Focused on Climate ChangeAfter four years playing defense, as the Trump administration pulled out of international agreements and sought to throw the science behind global warming into question, climate-change leaders like Goodrich have a friend in the White House.COP Shared .
No 10 accused of 'cavalier attitude' to UK's climate summit dutiesBoris Johnson's team had a "cavalier attitude" to hosting a vital UN climate summit in the UK, taking the view "they could wing it with a few press releases and that would all be fine" rather than putting serious work into the talks, the sacked former minister originally in charge has said.The Guardian Shared .
Climate Change RefugeesOn the eve of a high-level event on the impact of climate change on refugees, Andrew Harper, UNHCRâs special advisor on climate action talks about climate refugees, conflict triggers and what the COVID-19 pandemic has taught us about responding to global emergency.Peacock Media Communication Shared .
How Barbados will reach 100% renewable energyI recently wrote about how hard it is for small island states to embrace renewable energy, even though they tend to have the most expensive energy prices in the world.The Earthbound Report Shared .
Museums in Perilous Times Ontario Museum Association Keynote Address by Robert R. Janes, November 26, 2020The museum community has yet to have a forthright conversation about the climate crisis, including the role and responsibilities of museums in addressing it.Coalition Of Museums For Climate Justice Shared .
November Wrap-Up and Mini-ReviewsI spent a lot of time this month participating in Nonfiction November, so I thought instead of the usual monthly wrap-up Iâd post some mini-reviews instead.The Book Stop Shared .
Researchers explore how climate change is framed on social mediaNon-governmental organizations play a big role in bringing scientific information about climate change to the general public, organizing political actions, and coordinating international efforts.Sarah DeWeerdt Shared .
Gifts of LoveLast year, about this time, I posted a blog entitled Environmentally Friendly Gift Giving. I suggested giving items that do not harm the planet, like âconsumablesâ, or products that displace the use of plastic , or an âexperienceâ â all items in lieu of âstuffâ.That Food Guy Shared .
Curbing global warming through Solar Radiation ManagementSolar Radiation Management is a process through which the reflectivity of the Earthâs atmosphere or surface is increased, in an attempt to offset some of the effects of greenhouse gases-induced climate change.Telangana Today Shared .
How Fish Smaller Than Your Thumb Are Cooling Earth DownEvery year, 32.5 billion metric tons of carbon dioxide are released into the atmosphere. This layer of carbon dioxide in turn acts as an insulating blanket around earth which does not let heat escape, hence causing global warming.Haevyre Shared .
The sustainable goals: a measure to Sustainability.Created on September 2015 and officially established on January 2016 by the 193 countries, members of the United Nations, the sustainable goals are 17 global objectives with a final and main purpose: the 2030 Agenda.The Experiment! Shared .
Camden Council is reviewing its parking permits and chargesMotorcyclists travelling into Westminster but parking across the boundary in Camden to avoid paying a parking fee won't be able to so in future if changes by Camden Council to parking charges go ahead next year.Fitzrovia News Shared .
LAW: Energy industry braces for Biden-era court clashesOil and gas trade groups are gearing up for a new round of courtroom battles as they watch how far President-elect Joe Biden will go to regulate activities like hydraulic fracturing.Daily Climate : Causes Shared .
St. Albans Author Uses Fiction To Explore Realities Of Climate ChangeThe most notable thing about Tom Grady and Elaine Inoue is that they keep finding themselves in the wrong place at the wrong time in a world riven by climate change.Matthew F. Smith, Mitch Wertlieb Shared .
Climate change: Temperature analysis shows UN goals 'within reach'Moves by China, along with the election of Joe Biden, make temperature targets more achievable.Daily Climate : Causes Shared .
APPROPRIATIONS: Climate a priority in race for House spending gavelDemocratic candidates running for the House's most powerful spending post are vowing to work closely with the new Biden administration to prioritize federal dollars for fighting climate change.Daily Climate : Causes Shared .
'Mock Cop26' activists vote on treaty ahead of 2021 climate summitYoung people from 140 countries presented policies to UK climate action champion.The Guardian Shared .
Dutch climate activists take Shell to court over emissionsTHE HAGUE, Netherlands — A group of environmental organizations backed by thousands of Dutch citizens launched a civil case Tuesday against the energy giant Shell, asking a court to order the multinational to commit to reining in its carbon emissions by 45% by the year 2030.Daily Climate : Causes Shared .
HS2: Destruction and broken promisesThe first day of the Report stage of the High Speed Rail. Bill saw four votes on amendments, three of which Jenny voted for in an attempt to improve the project if it cannot be stopped: High Speed Rail.Baroness Jones Of Moulsecoomb Shared .
Bonds Aimed at Heavy Corporate Emitters Set to Roll Out in 2021The next thing in green investing is a new kind of debt designed to help fund the trillions of dollars needed to wean the world from carbon.Daily Climate : Causes Shared .
Climate action pledges could curb global warming to 2.1C, analysis showsIf all governments meet their net zero emissions targets, it would bring the goal of limiting temperature rises to 1.5C within striking distance.Central Fife Times Shared .
The Buyer Latest: Building Vineyard Diversity to Combat Climate ChangeI am thrilled to share with you my first article in the prestigious UK publication The Buyer.ROCKIN RED BLOG Shared .
A Brief History of Denialism: Part 1In this first section I am going to discuss from the late 1800s to the 1950s how the United States Government changed economic policies that affected the power of businessmen, the creation of labor regulations, and how the businessmen plotted to regain their power.Meandering Streams Shared .
The 2020 Atlantic hurricane season was a record-breaker, and it's raising more concerns about climate changeHere's what research tells us about the 2020 season and what may be ahead.Daily Climate : Impacts Shared .
Shell Faces Climate Change Lawsuit in Dutch CourtEnvironmental activists took Royal Dutch Shell to court on Tuesday, demanding the energy firm drastically reduce the production of oil and gas to limit its effects on climate change.Insurance Journal Shared .
The Great ResistThe Great Resist Those behind the Great Reset, the 0.001% and their puppets, have flooded us with information.Advance Britannia Shared .
Ginkgo trees nearly went extinct. Here's how we saved these ‘living fossils.'These ancient trees persisted for nearly 200 million years until they all but vanished. Now they line city streets.Daily Climate : Impacts Shared .
From Climate Change To Chronic Truancy, Forbes' 30 Under 30 In Education Are Tackling Some Of The World's Toughest ProblemsWhen the pandemic hit, Joanna Smith developed a sophisticated chatbot system that keeps students in virtual seats.Forbes Shared .
What Will Climate Change Do to Your Portfolio? BlackRock Says Aladdin Now Has the Answer.With Aladdin Climate, portfolio managers can now quantify the risks climate change poses to their portfolios.Institutional Investor Shared .
Investigating climate change's ‘humidity paradox'The key reasons for the humidity paradox are two-fold: the Earth is warming and warmer air can hold more water vapour.Carbon Brief Shared .
‘We can't steal their future': Prince Harry warns against leaving children a world which is ‘on fire'Duke took part in a discussion to launch WaterBear, a streaming service dedicated to documentaries about environmental issues, conservation and the climate crisis.The Independent Shared .
Exxon Mobil cuts billions in capital spending as oil and gas prices remain low.Heads of Treasury and Fed Differ on Economic Threats: Live Updates.Daily Climate : Causes Shared .
Trees Losing Leaves Earlier Because Of Climate ChangeThats according to a new study. The findings contradict previous assumptions that warming temperatures delay the onset of fall.WLTZ Shared .
Council approves climate change strategyStafford Borough Council's plans to become carbon-neutral by 2040 have taken another step forward after members approved a climate change strategy.Kerry Ashdown Shared .
Brazil Amazon Deforestation Hits 12-Year High Under BolsonaroIn 2020, destruction of the world's largest rainforest rose 9.5 percent from a year earlier to about 4,280 square miles.Daily Climate : Causes Shared .
Climate crisis to triple flooding threat for low-income US homes by 2050A new study has found that affordable housing in New York, Massachusetts, New Jersey and California will be at particular risk.The Guardian Shared .
The Year Of Climate ActionThere are many things we can do to play our part in environmental protection, Stephen Hinds-Day, Culture columnist, selects the most poignant examples for Discussion&.The Mackayan Shared .
Climate change will increase the burden of Brazil's armed forces and endanger energy and water securityA group of senior military leaders said deforestation in the Amazon region could alter rainfall patterns in Brazil, hitting hydropower plants - the countrys major source of energy - and water supplies for major urban centers.MercoPress Shared .
S2E41: Climeworks and European carbon removal—w/ Christoph Beuttler, CDR Manager at ClimeworksFor years now, we have debated the potential moral hazard of carbon removal, the fear being that we will abandon emissions reductions for the quick fix of carbon capture.Reversing Climate Change Shared .
Climate change is making autumn leaves change colour earlierPhilip James, professor of Ecology at the University of Salford explains why autumn leaves are changing colour earlier and what this means for the future of the climate.Â As the days shorten and temperatures drop in the northern hemisphere, leaves begin to turn.Environment Journal Shared .
World Bank helps developing countries' wind spurt1 December, 2020 − Wind power is the cheapest way to produce electricity, but some are not persuaded.Climate News Network Shared .
How the institutional response to COVID-19 can prepare us for climate changeTo build a climate-secure world, the quality of national institutions that advise the state and give voice to the experience of the individual will matter.World Economic Forum Shared .
Fighting climate change: Cheaper than 'business as usual' and better for the economyThis is a re-post from Yale Climate Connections and has been adopted as the rebuttal to the myth 'climate change solutions are too expensive' at the short URL sks.to/costs.Skeptical Science Shared .
: Climate and Disaster Risk Finance in the Context of the InsuResilience Global PartnershipDisaster risk finance and insurance solutions, when used as part of a comprehensive disaster risk management approach, can enable more resilient economic development.Care Climate Change Shared .
Australia endures hottest spring ever, with average temperatures more than 2C above averageMaximum heat in November was average of 2.9C above long-term mean, despite a La Niña event, which typically brings cooler patterns.The Guardian Shared .
Hottest November in AustraliaWe're in the midst of a La Nina so it's not meant to be hot like this, let alone the hottest November in the record.Hot Whopper Shared .
How restoring flood plains can help protect the climateAs well as being a cheaper way to avoid flooding, flood plains also absorb carbon from atmosphere.The Guardian Shared .
Zero Carbon Profile: Costa RicaIn this series, I review each of the countries that has made a zero carbon commitment to date.The Pale Green Dot Shared .
Climate emergency: New Zealand must match words and actionsDeclaration belies record on climate, with 2030 targets actually allowing an increase in net emissions.The Guardian Shared .
Beautiful Yet Unnerving Photos of the Arctic Getting GreenerUsing tricked-out drones, scientists are watching vegetation boom in the far north. Their findings could have big implications for the whole planet.Daily Climate : Impacts Shared .
Planning for a Climate Crisis Helped a Small Indonesian Island Battle Covid-19Local leaders and volunteer groups that were established to address the effects of global warming quickly switched gears to slow the spread of the coronavirus.InsideClimate News Shared .
European court orders countries to respond to lawsuit from young climate activistsJudges in Strasbourg have green-lit a landmark climate case that could hold governments accountable for moving too slowly to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.Daily Climate : Impacts Shared .
Brenda the Civil Disobedience Penguin on Mathias Cormann's OECD application: HE WHAT? !Cormann is gleefully spouting his green credentials while flying in a private taxpayer-funded jet around Europe.The Guardian Shared .
Erna Solberg's new Arctic Policy outlines dramatic shift in regional securityA sharp change in Norway's relationship with neighboring Russia stands a the core of the Prime Minister's new policy document.Daily Climate : Impacts Shared .
How Rethinking Affordable Homes Connects with the Climate FightFirst in a five-part series exploring the case for a Green New Deal for Housing.Daily Climate : Causes Shared .
Pacific leaders condemn Australia's 'weak' climate target in open letter to Scott MorrisonPacific leaders have condemned Australia's Paris climate target as "one of the weakest", urging Canberra to commit to net-zero carbon emissions by 2050 and abandon its Kyoto carryover credits.The Guardian Shared .
Webinar with Mark CarneyA Three Capitals webinar with the UN Special Envoy for Climate Action and Finance.Oxford University Society In Ottawa Shared .
Rain patterns to shift away from Australia more often as climate warmsWeather patterns are shifting as the western Indian Ocean is warming faster than the east, increasing the likelihood of more frequent and intense dry spells for south-eastern Australia.Daily Climate : Impacts Shared .
Troubles in the Oil Patch: Low Prices to Lost JobsDespite a recent oil rally, energy companies are riding out a historic downturn. Collectively, they have lost more market value, on a percentage basis, than any other major sector this year.Daily Climate : Causes Shared .
How Mock COP26 Empowered Marginalized Climate ActivistsAt the Mock COP26 climate summit, activists from the places most affected by global warming are taking center stage.Time Shared .
Shell faces Dutch court as climate change activists demand end to emissionsRoyal Dutch Shell will face a Dutch court on Tuesday in the first hearing of a case brought on by environmentalist and human rights groups who demand the energy firm cuts its reliance on fossil fuels.Daily Climate : Causes Shared .
Farmers aren't to blame for climate changeWelsh hill farmers are a hardy lot. Despite the almost mystical and romantic images that come to mind when you think of a Welsh hill farm, the truth is a far soggier affair.Mabon Ap Gwynfor Shared .
Refrigeration: cooling the climate, not just the foodThe temperature controlled supply chain is one of the most energy intensive areas of the food industry, but the sector is working hard to lessen its environmental impact, cutting costs in the process.Foodmanufacture.co.uk Shared .
Video: Threats to Fisheries Are Pushing Fishermen to AdvocateFrom Captains for Clean Water, Everyone in Between explores the value and wonder of Florida's Everglades and Alaska's Bristol Bay fisheries—as well as the threats to both—through the eyes and experience of Captain John Landry.Daily Climate : Impacts Shared .
MIAC #291) Replace Oil with Hydrogen and USD with CryptocurrencyMini Ice Age Conversations Podcast Replace Oil with Hydrogen and USD with Ross from Teznic and David DuByne creator of the ADAPT 2030 channel on YouTube discuss the replacement of oil with Hydrogen and the global economy with Cryptocurrency.Adapt 2030 Shared .
Climate change: Temperature analysis shows UN goals 'within reach'Moves by China, along with the election of Joe Biden, make temperature targets more achievable.BBC Shared .
Shell faces Dutch court as climate change activists demand end to emissionsRoyal Dutch Shell will face a Dutch court on Tuesday in the first hearing of a case brought on by environmentalist and human rights groups who demand the energy firm cuts its reliance on fossil fuels.U.K. Shared .
Prince Harry calls for ‘doing not talking' on environment and climate crisisExclusive: The duke took part in a discussion to launch WaterBear, a streaming service dedicated to documentaries about environmental issues, conservation and the climate crisis.The Independent Shared .
It's heartening our year in lockdown has not fed a more nativist streak among AustraliansAustralians are ready to reengage with the world, secure that our borders will keep us safe but realistic enough to accept we can never be just an island.The Guardian Shared .
Human Produced Global WarmingPart 1 of an important article by Don Batten and the CMI team entitled Anthropogenic Global Warming.LIVING ETERNAL NOW Shared .
Record-breaking Atlantic hurricane season endsThe extremely active 2020 Atlantic hurricane season officially ended on 30 November with a record-breaking 30 named tropical storms, including 13 hurricanes and six major hurricanes.World Meteorological Organization Shared .
Doggerland wasn't destroyed by tsunami but by climate change, new study suggestsPart of the now-submerged landmass would have survived the massive tsunamis triggered by the Storegga Slide and people would have reclaimed the land, until it was finally submerged beneath the rising seas.Haaretz.com Shared .
If Aridification Choked the Southwest for Thousands of Years, What Does The Future Hold?Great Basin Caves tell a story linking climate change to a "worst-case scenario," with potential impact on 56 million western water users.Daily Climate : Impacts Shared .
Climate Change is Violating the Rights of a ChildWe've heard it all before: sea level rise, increasing temperatures, droughts, extreme weather events and the gradual extinction of biomass on our planet.This Is Local London Shared .
Acidifying Oceans Could Get Help from KelpForests of fast-growing kelp influence the chemistry of the water in which they live. A new study evaluates their potential to ameliorate ocean acidification in sensitive coastal ecosystems.Daily Climate : Impacts Shared .
Editorial: Biden's challenge: Restoring the U.S. as a leader against global warmingThe election of Joe Biden as president signals a return to sanity in the federal government's approach to climate change.Boulder Daily Camera Shared .
Brazil's Amazon: Deforestation 'surges to 12-year high'Destruction of the rainforest increased by 9.5% compared to the previous 12 months, new data shows.Daily Climate : Causes Shared .
Amy Westervelt and the Art, Science and Drama of Climate PodcastingIn episode 125 of podcast and founder of the! Join the America Adapts Facebook Community Group.America Adapts Shared .
Labour plans new powers to block corporate takeovers on climate change groundsA Labour government would give itself new powers to block corporate takeovers that undermine the fight against climate change, under plans unveiled on Tuesday.The Independent Shared .
How to build a toolkit: The Climate MinuteYour #GivingTuesday gift will support concrete, pragmatic and useful progress. Listen in to what it takes to make a Virtual Advocacy Toolkit, then give at.The Climate Minute Shared .
Brazil Amazon Deforestation Hits 12-Year High Under BolsonaroIn 2020, destruction of the world's largest rainforest rose 9.5 percent from a year earlier to about 4,280 square miles.New York Times Shared .
Arctic Animals' Movement Patterns are Shifting in Different Ways as the Climate ChangesWith the Arctic showing more extreme indications of climate change, researchers have found that the movement patterns of animals in the region are shifting, which could disrupt entire ecosystems.NASA Global Climate Change Shared .
Deforestation in Amazon rainforest soars to 12-year high amid climate change warnings from Brazil's militaryA group of senior military leaders said deforestation in the Amazon could alter rainfall patterns in Brazil, affecting hydropower plants and water supplies.Inews.co.uk Shared .
Landscape Architecture in the News HighlightsShanghaiâs Longhua Airport Is Converted into a New Public Park - 11/30/20, Metropolis "Harnessing the linearity of a disused riverfront airport, landscape architecture firm Sasaki boosts the area's 'sponge city' credentials." Thereâs No Room for Teens in the Pandemic City - 11/30/20, Bloomberg CityLab "With schools remote, sports...THE DIRT Shared .
Federal government's largest polluter is Department of National DefenceThe Department of National Defence was responsible for the lion's share of the federal government's own carbon pollution last year, according to newly released figures.Daily Climate : Causes Shared .
Henrietta Barnett and Climate ChangeClimate change is an important issue to many, especially young people. We are concerned for what is happening now and we continue to be concerned for what might happen in the future.This Is Local London Shared .
Brazil's Amazon: Deforestation 'surges to 12-year high'Destruction of the rainforest increased by 9.5% compared to the previous 12 months, new data shows.BBC Shared .
'Everything depends on the corn': As crops wither, the Hopi fear for their way of lifeFor 2,000 years, the Hopi have been growing corn in an arid landscape, relying on the rains.Daily Climate : Impacts Shared .
Final permit for Enbridge Line 3 project OK'd by Minnesota Pollution Control AgencyEnbridge spokespeople have said the company hopes to break ground on the Line 3 replacement project this year.Daily Climate : Causes Shared .
Task Force on Scaling Voluntary Carbon marketsThe voluntary market undoubtedly needs to scale, but its unclear whether the commodification of offsets will be sufficient.The Climate Trust Shared .
Future Brahmaputra River flooding as climate changes may be underestimated, study says: Ancient tree rings open window onto an invisible flood historyA new study looking at seven centuries of water flow in south Asia's mighty Brahmaputra River suggests that scientists are underestimating the river's potential for catastrophic flooding as climate warms.ScienceDaily Shared .
How does climate change affect our coral reefs?The varied effects of climate change are changing the ocean; these changes dramatically affect coral reef ecosystems.This Is Local London Shared .
Covering Climate Change in 2021 and Beyond2020 is on track to become the planet's hottest on record. Experts say the climate crisis could erase the progress made in human health over the past century, and the communities hit hardest by climate change are among the most vulnerable during the COVID-19 pandemic.Editor And Publisher Shared .
Does Climate Change Violate Children's Rights? LawsuitHere's what to know about a lawsuit alleging that climate change violates the human rights of six Portuguese children and young adults.Time Shared .
Jeff Bezos Gives Big Green to Big GreenAccording to Jeff Bezos paper, The Washington Post, hes said hes giving $791 million to 16 groups fighting climate change out of a $10 billion climate fund.Climate Scepticism Shared .
Climate change will magnify risks to national securityClimate change is often relegated to simply being an environmental issue, instead of a problem that impacts every aspect of our lives, from economies to energy systems, to what food we eat â even national security.Nya Sustainability Shared .
Climate change could make trees lose leaves earlyWhile some scientists have predicted that trees will lose their leaves later as climate change continues, new research finds the opposite.Futurity Shared .
A Critique of the Governments' Ten-Point Plan for a Green Industrial RevolutionSome ambitious targets amidst the fluff let down by a lack of investment On 18 November, the Government released what it would love to be hailed as an ambitious array of policies to transition towards renewable energy use, make the UK a global example in the race to combat climate change and set London up&.BenjaminBlog Shared .
True Stories of Women, Gender and ClimateMeet us at the intersections of gender and environment, rise above the noise and distraction, and be transported by the magic of story.Climactic Shared .