End of Arctic sea ice by 2035 possible, study finds11 August, 2020 − How soon will the northern polar ocean be ice-free?Climate News Network Shared .
Human Induced Climate Change Will Increase Torrential Rains in Spain's Costa del Sol By 15%THE European Environment Agency warns of the dire effects that human-induced climate change will pose on Spainâs weather if drastic measures are not taken.Euro Weekly News Spain Shared .
Architects Declare and good heritage practice retaining embodied energyHeritage conservation in the built environment involves retention of existing structures and fabric, reducing carbon emissions and utilising increasingly scarce resources in a responsible way.Energy And Sustainability In Heritage Shared .
Alberta GlaciersFirst of its kind study analyzed flow patterns in glacier-fed rivers, to find impact on communities The Robertson glacier runs down the divide between Mount Sir Douglas and Mount Robertson on the Alberta-B.C. border.Welcome To Manmadenews Shared .
Job Guarantee The Jobs Federally Funded Locally DeliveredA JGs purpose is to find a mechanism for anyone unemployedÂ to work and benefit from the JG job, while doing something useful for the community as a whole.KevinBlog Shared .
Top 10 National Climate Risks All Apply LocallyNew Zealandâs first nationwide climate change risk stocktake has highlighted ten areas of most concern.Â The extreme risks identified all apply in Thames Coromandel.Â The risks from sea-level rise feature heavily in the extreme / urgent category of risk.Tegg Talk - Thames Coromandel Comment Shared .
'Profound implications' for livestock as EU works on new methane policyThe European Commission is being urged by independent climate scientists to embrace science that shows carbon neutrality goals can be achieved without destroying animal agriculture in the process...Read More.Beef Central Shared .
Fight for Planet A: the team behind War on Waste want to put climate crisis back on the agendaHost Craig Reucassel uses balloons to give Australia's emissions a visual representation and we're left in no doubt there are too many of them.The Guardian Shared .
No more fish and chips? Climate change threatens cod populationsDeclines in populations are most likely for the fish species associated with cooler waters, according to a report.Energy Live News Shared .
Global warming replacing seaweed beds with tropical corals in JapanTropical corals are increasing and seaweed beds nurturing sea creatures have disappeared in the sea south of Tokyo Bay, local divers and fishers have found, indicating that Japanese waters are not exempt from the effect of global warming.Kyodo News+ Shared .
Fight against climate change continues during COVID-19 pandemicWith no shortage of urgent crises in the headlines, it can be tempting to brush aside climate change for another day - or another generation.Tennessean Shared .
Survey analysis finds race plays role in perception, vulnerabilities to climate change in IndianaAnalysis of responses finds more Hoosiers of color believe climate change is happening and presents a risk than white Hoosiers.Great Lakes Now Shared .
Trump vs Biden on climate changePresident Donald Trump has questioned the credibility of climate change while Joe Biden has called it an "existential threat." Source: CNN.CNN Shared .
My dying maple tree: firewood, or climate change fighter?The carbon cycle within forests is no longer healthy due to damage by global warming events.Cowichan Valley Citizen Shared .
World Heritage Sites under threat from climate change don't need to be perfectly preserved, studyHow much effort should be spent trying to keep Venice looking like Venice even as it faces rising sea levels that threaten the city with more frequent extreme flooding?Scientific Inquirer Shared .
Disaster Or Relief: Why Climate Sensitivity MattersDoes the latest scientific data on climate sensitivities spell climate disaster or climate relief? This is perhaps the wrong question.Forbes Shared .
News and Headlines.8/10/2020News and Headlines: In The News, Politics, World News, Commentary / Opinion. In The News: Two police body camera videos in killing of George Floyd released Two body-worn camera videos from the day George Floyd was killed by Minneapolis police will be publicly released as of Monday by the court after a coalition of media companies intervened and&.News And Headlines: Keeping You Informed. Shared .
How Vancouver plans to cool down the hottest parts of the city amid global climate changeA horde of cyclists and electric vehicle drivers will soon take to the streets of Vancouver to map out the hottest and coolest parts of the city — a move that will help inform future plans to mitigate rising temperatures.Daily Climate : Impacts Shared .
Monarch Butterfly Faces Survival Threats Tied to Climate ChangeThe Monarch butterfly is in great peril.Daily Climate : Impacts Shared .
Climate change-induced rainstorms may help protect crops from heatIntensified rainstorms predicted for many parts of the United States as a result of warming climate may have a modest silver lining: they could more efficiently water some major crops, and this would at least partially offset the far larger projected yield declines caused by the rising heat itself.Scientific Inquirer Shared .
Power outages after Tropical Storm Isaias were a warning to utilitiesTropical Storm Isaias led to power outages for more than 2 million people across New York, New Jersey, and Connecticut.Daily Climate : Impacts Shared .
Glacier loss will cause water shortages in Alberta: UBC studyFour Alberta locations will experience future water shortages as climate change drives glacier retreat in the province, according to a new study from the University of British Columbia.Daily Climate : Impacts Shared .
The global coffee crisis is comingIt's getting harder and harder to grow coffee.Daily Climate : Impacts Shared .
Big Tech Companies are Making Climate Change Commitments, but Are They Actually Impactful?Many large companies like Apple, Amazon and Microsoft are rethinking their supply chains and carbon footprints after pressure from consumers and employees to address their role in climate change.Environmental Protection Shared .
Molecular study could improve climate change modelingA team of chemists, including Cornell's Paul Houston, has unveiled the mechanics involved in the interplay between sunlight and molecules known as "roaming reactions," which could improve climate change modeling.Cornell Chronicle Shared .
A warming California sets the stage for future floodsA UCLA study finds that continued climate change will deliver a dangerous one-two punch for state's water managers.UCLA Shared .
Drier than the Sahara: heatwave fans fire risk for French farmersOn a farm in France, firefighters beat down the flames that had turned a field of wheat black, but they were too late to save the combine harvester.Daily Climate : Impacts Shared .
Canada's last intact ice shelf collapses due to global warmingMuch of Canada's remaining intact ice shelf has broken apart into hulking iceberg islands thanks to a hot summer and global warming, scientists said.MarketWatch Shared .
Apple, Ford, McDonald's and Microsoft among this summer's climate leadersRebuilding better — and retaining the social license to operate — will require executives to, in Murray's words, "prove that they are doing good in the world" by creating value for stakeholders and making climate action a business imperative.Environmental Defense Fund Shared .
Climate change: Warming world will be 'devastating' for frozen peatlandsHuge stocks of greenhouse gases tied up in peatlands could be released as the world warms.BBC Shared .
Pandemic Galvanizes Money Managers Who See Climate Changes as Next Global Financial CrisisThe risks of climate change and pressure from investors is driving the finance industry to move away from fossil fuels and improve its transparency.KQED Shared .
Why we should consider a waste free bathroom.I want to start off by saying, as a black woman who has newly transitioned to my natural hair, the amount of plastic hair care it...Angel Arutura Shared .
Councils struggle to get traction on climate changeA lack of central government policy on climate change adaptation has left councils treading water as they attempt to engage with threatened communities, Marc Daalder reports.Newsroom Shared .
Some areas in Cyberpunk 2077 have been ruined by global warmingToday's Night City Wire livestream revealed lots of new details about Cyberpunk 2077 - including the fact that global warming has ravaged one of the game's primary areas.VG247 Shared .
Monday MiscellaneaOh, its been so hot the last few days, 33Â°C+. It was nice in the mornings, but brutal in the afternoons and miserable to sleep at night.Lesser Leaves Shared .
With new tech, the world can limit warming to 2CWe're at half-time for saving the planet. There's reason to be optimistic we can win this fight.Stuff Shared .
23 predictions on the 2020 election, the next 2 decades, and the rest of 21st centuryPredicting the future is a bad business to be in. Predictions aren't interesting unless they have a good chance of being wrong, and the world changes so fast with so many unpredictable factors that one is just guaranteed to be laughably wrong.Yoshi - Joschka Tryba Shared .
Mission StatementAccording to the World Wildlife Funds 2018 Living Planet report, the global wildlife population has been reduced by 60% since 1970, a decline only comparable to that of a mass extinction.Preserve The Blue Blog Shared .
Canadian wildfires: are we prepared for the next disaster?Our on-going research draws attention to the centrality of public policy strategies in wildfire preparedness in Canada, especially in three areas: Public investment, public engagement, and climate action.Adeniyi Asiyanbi Shared .
Climate change: Satellites record history of Antarctic meltingEuropean spacecraft track in fine detail the thinning that's occurred at the continent's edge.BBC Shared .
Asia Inside Out Podcast: China's Response to Climate ChangeFormer Obama administration official and energy expert David Sandalow joins ASPI's Thom Woodroofe to discuss the latest climate data from China, the big decisions facing Beijing, and future possibilities for U.S.-China climate cooperation.Asia Society Shared .
3 Questions: Asegun Henry on five "grand thermal challenges" to stem the tide of global warmingMIT's Asegun Henry on tackling five "grand thermal challenges" to stem the global warming tide: "Our mission here is to save humanity from extinction due to climate change."MIT News Shared .
Canada's Last Intact Ice Shelf the Size of Manhattan Collapses Due to Global WarmingA 4,000-year-old ice shelf in the Canadian Arctic has collapsed into the sea, leaving Canada without any fully intact ice shelves.EcoWatch Shared .
Oily protests theatricalise University of Cambridge as ‘climate change dinosaurs'A short address called on âthe leaders of the colleges, as seats of great learning, to accept their responsibility of true education, meaning that they should be at the forefront of leading people out of of the catastrophic activity that continued use of fossil fuel will inflict on the future of their students and on our Mother Earthâ.Cambridge Independent Shared .
This Is Not A Heatwave This Is A Symptom Of Climate Change"&If a doctor were to consult the Earth, a high fever / extreme heat would be a symptom of climate change&"Stanisland Shared .
Are Summers Getting Too Hot?Who will be affected the most by prolonged heatwaves in summer, and how will we adapt?Fair Observer Shared .
Pandemic Ramblings IIIA year and a half ago, back when people used to fly on airplanes, I went out to Claremont, California, to visit a bunch of Grail elders at a retirement community there, Pilgrim Place.Marian Ronan Shared .
Climate Change Impact on Glaciers in New Zealand's Southern AlpsA new study reports that glaciers in New Zealand's Southern Alps have lost higher amounts of ice mass since pre-industrial times than what remains at present.AZoCleantech.com Shared .
MPCA Contested Case Hearing Update: Early August 2020While Iâd initially considered intervening, I decided to let go of the legal fight against the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency and Enbridge in the Contested Case Hearing for the proposed Line 3 project.Retired At 45 Shared .
Will covid-19 actually have a lasting environmental impact?One of the unseen positive effects of the coronavirus that gets cited quite often is the impact that it has had on the environment.Rohini Kudva Shared .
LSU Garden News: From air and food to home and health, plants are essentialFrom the air we breathe to the food we eat to the medicines we use and the beauty we seek, plants are essential to life.The Advocate Shared .
Sparrows' storm stress a harbinger of climate-change impactSparrows show increased stress when exposed to more numerous and more severe winter storms, says a Western study that tested the songbirds' resilience to the effects of climate change.Phys.org Shared .
Borders Book Festival: Jonathon Porritt talks climate changeTHIS Sunday sees environmentalist and writer Jonathon Porritt joining the Borders Book Festival's online audience to talk about his latest book, Hope In Hell: A Decade To Confront The Climate Emergency.Border Telegraph Shared .
Climate ActionThe youth wants to see climate action If there is no change there can be no satisfaction.FunWritings Shared .
Book review: China Goes Green, by Yifei Li and Judith ShapiroThe future of the planet depends on what happens in Asia, as anyone following developments in climate change knows all too well.Â China has been the world's largest emitter for over a decade, and progress there has been mixed.The Earthbound Report Shared .
At EPA, coronavirus disrupts research and raises questions over air quality impactWASHINGTON A research vessel that has collected data on the Great Lakes for 30 years will remain docked this summer.Daily Climate : Impacts Shared .
Climate crisis: Cod could disappear from British menus due to global warmingDiners may have to adapt diets to eat fish species which thrive in warmer waters.The Independent Shared .
How a teen changed his stepdad's mind about global warmingLance Lawson is a recent high school graduate from Florida. For a long time, he believed climate change was a hoax because that's what his stepdad said.Yale Climate Connections Shared .
Skunks Are Surprisingly Important in Chicago's HistoryAccording to some histories of Chicago, early French explorers derived "Chicago" from a sloppy transliteration of "shikaakwa," the Miami-Illinois word for smelly wild onions, or "Zhigaagong," an Ojibwe word meaning "on the skunk.".Daily Climate Shared .
How Did a Lawyer Who Took on Big Oil and Won End up Under House Arrest?Steven Donziger was celebrated by Nobel laureates and international lawyers. Is he a fraud artist?Daily Climate Shared .
Bill Gates: 3 lessons from COVID-19 to help us tackle climate changeCOVID-19 has had a significant impact around the world, but climate change could be even worse, argues Bill Gates.World Economic Forum Shared .
How the UK's Climate Science Deniers Turned Their Attention to COVID-19On December 31, 2019 many of us were reflecting on the past year and thinking about what opportunities lay ahead.De-smog Shared .
A Pause For Energy Developers Threatening Texas Big Bend RegionAn Opportunity to Protect A Way of Life Confronted by Oil and Clean Energy.Daily Climate Shared .
COP26: Adaptation, nature, finance, zero-emission vehicles and energy , by Matt ToombsMatt Toombs, Director of Partnerships and Engagement for the COP26 team in Cabinet Office, delivered the UK Governments plans for COP26 in November 2021.Sustain Shared .
County considers suing companies for climate changeWhile the Hawaii County Council passed a resolution last Wednesday to join a lawsuit by the City and County of Honolulu against a collective of fossil fuel companies, Hawaii County Corporation Counsel Joe Kamelamela said last week that the county will likely not join the Honolulu lawsuit but instead consider pursuing its own lawsuit.West Hawaii Today Shared .
Climate change: Record-breaking summers ‘a danger to human health'Temperatures in the UK reached 36°C on Friday, the hottest recorded August temperature in 17 years coming just a week after the hottest day of the year recorded so far.BBC Science Focus Magazine Shared .
Saudi Aramco Says Profit Fell 73 Percent as Demand for Oil ShrankThe coronavirus pandemic took a major toll on the oil giant's earnings, but Aramco will maintain its hefty dividend for shareholders.Daily Climate Shared .
Composting Has Been Scrapped. These New Yorkers Picked Up the Slack.People like Vivian Lin, who quit her job at an architecture firm to start a composting business, have helped fill the void after the city suspended curbside organic waste collection.Daily Climate Shared .
Global warming brings jellyfish invasionThe Mediterranean is becoming a prominent and vulnerable climate change "hotspot" threatening the marine ecosystem with global warming that usher's tropical jellyfish to Cyprus shores.Financial Mirror Shared .
Climate change and the great death we're living throughA part of the generation that will see the effects of climate change, I'm wondering how one can blithely stroll through life knowing that it may soon end.The Big Smoke Shared .
With Tactics Honed on Climate Change, Ken Cuccinelli Turned to the Portland StreetsSkilled at using his office to deliver a political message, the former Virginia attorney general is in lock step with Trump's law-and-order message.InsideClimate News Shared .
Climate change concern has plummeted amid the COVID-19 pandemic, exclusive poll findsS&P Index data is the property of Chicago Mercantile Exchange Inc. and its licensors. All rights reserved.Fortune Shared .
Climate science's worst case is today's reality10 August, 2020 - Climate science's worst case scenario isn't just an awful warning. It describes what is already happening right now.Climate News Network Shared .
Dramatic Drop in Air Pollutants Seen During Lockdown Has Little Effect on Global TemperatureResearchers warn that even with some lockdown measures staying in place to the end of 2021, without more structural interventions global temperatures will only be roughly 0.01°C lower than expected by 2030.Technology Networks Shared .
Soul Searcher and Creative GuidanceIâm Arielle and Iâve created this safe space to allow self and collective expression in a positive and healthy way in whatever capacity you need and of course specifically regarding the metaphysical and spiritual realms with sprinkles of positivity, music, art, cooking, reviews and gardening thrown in for good measure.Mr Gibbous And The Wildling Shared .
The Winning Case Against COVID-19 Lockdown DystopiaThe impact of Covid on the people below 50 is smaller than that of flu and the impact on really young people is zero for all practical purposes.Climatism Shared .
Truckin' California StyleZero emission trucks will play a major role in California freight transport. While the Trump administration is busy dousing 50 years of environmental regulation with leaded gasoline, setting it on fire and then dancing on its ashes, California continues to push the envelope on designing and implementing regulations to address climate change and...Energy Institute Blog Shared .
Surprisingly Rapid Increase in Scale and Intensity of Fires in SiberiaNASA/NOAA Satellites Observe Surprisingly Rapid Increase in Scale and Intensity of Fires in Siberia, SciTech Daily By KASHA PATEL, NASA EARTH OBSERVATORY AUGUST 7, 2020Â Â AbnormallyÂ warm temperaturesÂ have spawned an intense fire season in eastern Siberia this summer.Nuclear-news Shared .
Cranky Uncle cartoons available as PPT slidesSince finishing the Cranky Uncle vs. Climate Change book, Ive frequently dipped into that 176-page clip-art library, reshaping the cartoons to fit the 1920 x 1080 pixel format for Powerpoint presentations.Skeptical Science Shared .
Climate activists, Asian representation and racism a these teens are driving these conversations, and much moreWritten for SCMP Young Post. Original article here. As teens, it can feel daunting to tackle the issues that we care deeply about, from climate change to Asian American can we mobilise and turn our motivations into action?Nicole Tan Shared .
Is hydrogen a greenhouse gas?Hydrogen is not a direct greenhouse gas but it acts as an indirect greenhouse gas by increasing the concentrations of the strong greenhouse gases methane and ozone in the lower atmosphere.Choices For Decarbonisation Shared .
10 billion trees project vital to combat effects of climate change, global warming-Federal MinisterFederal Minister for Kasmir and Gilgit Baltistan Affairs, Sardar Ali Amin Gandapur has said that 10 billion trees afforestration project of the PTI Government was vital to combat effects of climate change, global warming and desertification.Associated Press Of Pakistan Shared .
Sunday Evening Reflection: The Voice of OceansIt is a curious situation that the sea, from which life first arose should now be threatened by the activities of one form of that life.Lady Budd Shared .
Aarey forest controversy: What is it all about?2,702 trees in Mumbaiâs Aarey forest, Mumbais green lungs, will be chopped for a car shed for Mumbai Metro-3.Do It For Wildlife Shared .
Environment and Climate Change among themes for Cinemalaya 2020 EuroPelikula Short FilmsPress Update: SELECTED short films focusing on environment and climate change, issues that concern the Philippines, the European Union and the world will be screened in EuroPelikula, one of Allied Festival partners of Cinemalaya, now ongoing in the Cinemalaya Philippine Independent Film Festival until August 16, 2020.Mission Green Possible Shared .
Op-Ed: Climate Change is an Equity Issue; Green Infrastructure Can Help on the Water FrontNewly adopted rules are good, but we must dramatically improve stormwater management on previously developed sites.NJ Spotlight Shared .
North American funds getting aggressive on climate changeNorth American pension funds are shifting into higher gear to tackle climate change, with more data about the risks and opportunities.Pensions & Investments Shared .
North American funds aggressive on climate changeNorth American pension funds are shifting into higher gear to tackle climate change, with more data about the risks and opportunities.Pensions & Investments Shared .
Charlotte McConaghy: The Last Migration author on melancholy and writing during a pandemicThe Sydney-based novelist took inspiration from Toni Morrison to write the book she wanted to read.The Guardian Shared .
Global warming woesWith mercury hitting the ceiling in Guwahati and elsewhere, it is no secret that global warming is the impending disaster for humankind after the submicroscopic strain of virus that has wreaked havoc across the globe.The Sentinel Assam Shared .
Kiribati's president's plans to raise islands in fight against sea-level riseExclusive: Taneti Maamau says Kiribati will seek support from China and other allies to elevate islands from the sea, partly through dredging.The Guardian Shared .
Podcaster, journalist collaborate on Indigenous-centered climate change projectThe project reframes discussions about climate change and places Indigenous voices from America's northernmost city at the forefront.KTOO Shared .
Climate change impact on monsoonIslamabad: Monsoon season holds great significance for South Asian region and is becoming increasingly unpredictable because of global warming and changing climate.The News International Shared .
Climate Change And Equity Capital AllocationEquity capital allocation fully ignores environmental risks to date. Blackrock issues Engagement Priorities, BP attempts to reduce its carbon footprint and Danone uses a carbon adjusted EPS.Forbes Shared .
Collapsed Arctic ice shelf adds 'exclamation point' to dire climate trends, say scientistsThe loss of the St. Patrick's Bay ice caps, located on Ellesmere Island, is a warning that "everything is changing up there," says scientist Mark Serreze.Daily Climate : Impacts Shared .
British Columbia's looming extinction crisisCanadaâs westernmost province markets itself as 'Super, Natural, B.C.,' but more than 2,000 species of animals and plants are at risk of disappearing â and unlike six other provinces, B.C. still has no endangered species law, despite the NDP's election promise to introduce one.Daily Climate : Impacts Shared .
How Diseases Sweep through the SeaFor marine mammals, viral and bacterial outbreaks are on the rise.Daily Climate : Impacts Shared .
Farms Can't Stop Climate ChangeU.S. senators, McDonald's, Microsoft, and the agribusiness lobby are pushing the dangerous myth that carbon storage in American farmland will stave off climate catastrophe.Daily Climate : Impacts Shared .
Inspirational Women We Can All Look Up To: Anita RoddickDame Anita Roddick, businesswoman, activist and campaigner. Her forward thinking and compassion helped to change and shape the beauty industry as we know it.Yasmin Lauren Shared .
2020 SkS Weekly Climate Change and Global Warming Digest #32Story of the Week... Toon of the Week... Coming Soon on SkS... Poster of the Week...Skeptical Science Shared .
Hello, Coffee CrisisHello my lovelies! How many of you look forward to starting your day with a warm cup of coffee?Hello, Traveller! Shared .
Lake Erie's Toxic Green Slime is Getting Worse With Climate ChangeAlgal blooms are a hazard around the country. But Lake Erie is especially vulnerable to the scourge, and researchers are looking for explanations.Daily Climate : Impacts Shared .
Marine heatwaves may force fish to flee huge distances: StudyFish and other marine life may have to flee thousands of kilometers to escape damaging heatwaves, according to research published Wednesday, highlighting the scale of disruption caused by these increasing surges in ocean temperatures.Daily Climate : Impacts Shared .
Making Peace With Extinction by Dayan MartinezAs news of the climate crisis and mass extinction currently underway underscore the gravity of the moment, it is natural to turn toward despair and defeat.Another End Of The World Is Possible Shared .
PANELS and More Journal Entries!Hey everybody! Im back after a crazy hectic June and July filled with family health issues, a disappointing LSAT score, and lots of drama in my personal life.Jaeden's Corner Shared .
Composting Has Been Scrapped. These New Yorkers Picked Up the Slack.People like Vivian Lin, who quit her job at an architecture firm to start a composting business, have helped fill the void after the city suspended curbside organic waste collection.New York Times Shared .
How global warming is affecting our everyday lifeIn today's everyday life, the term ‘global warming' is used all over social media and the news aggressively.Augusta Free Press Shared .
Climate justiceCivil society organisations, government institutions and other stakeholders in the development sector should come forward to present the cause of Bangladesh in international forums, writes Ataur...New Age - The Most Popular Outspoken English Daily In Bangla Shared .
Ocean warming threatens coral reefs and soon could make it harder to restore themClimate-driven ocean warming threatens healthy coral reefs, like this one in Hawaii. Shawna Foo, CC BY-ND Shawna Foo, Arizona State University CC BY-ND Anyone whoâs tending a garden right now knows what extreme heat can do to plants.Kevin's Walk On The Wild Side Shared .
UK weather: a month's rain could fall in two hours as heatwave breaksOver a month's worth of rain could fall within two hours on parts of Britain this week, causing flash flooding, while an ongoing heatwave is set to break records.The Guardian Shared .
Listen to the frontlines!As I pray about our chaotic times, certain things have become clear. As said below, "there are moments of clarity that allow for society to challenge popular thinking and status quo solutions." This is one of those moments of clarity.Quakers, Social Justice And Revolution Shared .
Narrabri Gas Project should be blocked, says ex-chief scientistThe former chief scientist says that the proposed gas project in North Western NSW is at odds with state and federal governments' Paris climate agreement.The Sydney Morning Herald Shared .
Dropped emissions during COVID-19 lockdown will do 'nothing' for climate changeWhile greenhouse gas emissions plummeted as the world locked down in response to the coronavirus pandemic, such dips will do "nothing" to slow climate change unless society moves away from fossil fuels, researchers have found.Space.com Shared .
India plans to fell ancient forest to create 40 new coalfieldsNarendra Modi's dream of a ‘self-reliant India' comes at a terrible price for its indigenous population.Daily Climate : Causes Shared .
Bob Marshall: Politicians diminishing COVID-19 threat are also denying climate change.One of the biggest obstacles to Louisianaâs plan to save its sinking coast from the rising Gulf of Mexico has been the steady denial of climate science by almost all Republicans from President Donald Trump to those representing parishes most rapidly being swamped.NOLA.com Shared .
The Cambridgeshire places that will be underwater if nothing is done about climate changeIs your home at risk from rising sea levels? Take a look at these maps to find out.Cambridgenews Shared .
Know your Carbon FootprintNo matter what you purchase or add in your daily routine, some of them have a devastating effect on the environment.Me & Environment Shared .
Heatwaves in France more frequent due to climate changeAs France swelters in temperatures of 35-40°C and a red heatwave warning continues for 15 departments, weather experts have confirmed that heatwaves are becoming more frequent due to global warming.Connexion France Shared .
How The World Acts Upon Climate Change?As we know, the world is getting hotter each day. According to the graph released by NASA below, the global temperature has risen significantly each decade since 1960, leading to a devastating situation such as more frequent long droughts and extreme storms.Faricha Hi Shared .
The Sunday TimesClimateCare CEO Vaughan Lindsay talks in the Sunday Times about how investment firms can take responsibility for their carbon emissions in a way that delivers real, measurable results for the environment, global consumers and their business.Climate Care Shared .
Analysts Worried the Pandemic Would Stifle Climate Action from Banks. It Did the Opposite.The risks of climate change and pressure from investors is driving the finance industry to move away from fossil fuels and improve its transparency.InsideClimate News Shared .
Lake Erie's Toxic Green Slime is Getting Worse With Climate ChangeAlgal blooms are a hazard around the country. But Lake Erie is especially vulnerable to the scourge, and researchers are looking for explanations.InsideClimate News Shared .
Letter: Work together to find solutions to virus, climate changeTo the editor The countrys attention is gripped by the ongoing COVID pandemic and its economic impact.Yakima Herald-Republic Shared .
False Alarm by Bjorn Lomborg; Apocalypse Never by Michael ShellenbergerTwo prominent ‘lukewarmers' take climate science denial to another level, offering tepid manifestos at best.The Guardian Shared .
The lockdown log 19Not a great week for us here in Swindon as we have rocketed into the Nations top ten, possibly even the top five if some reports are to be believed and are therefore under the threat of a lo...The Monday Musings Column From That Consultant Bloke Shared .
Embracing My Climate Grief and RageAnd feeling happier for it. Enjoying the Aboriginal, geological and ecosystem beauty of The Three Sisters, Blue Mountains National Park, Katoomba NSW Australia.Life, Love And Really Good Gelato Shared .
Is this the end for ‘king coal' in Britain?As the black stuff burnt in the UK plummets to a level not seen since the early steam age, we trace its long, deep history and the problems left in its wake.The Guardian Shared .
No More Recorded Influenza Cases In AustraliaOf all tyrannies a tyranny sincerely exercised for the good of its victims may be the most oppressive.â â C.Climatism Shared .
ParablesParables are stories. The word comes from the Greek root para-bola, meaning to throw alongside.Phil's Blog Shared .
StaycationFor the first 11 years of my life I had Summer holidays, and some Easter holidays, in Ireland.Â We called them holidays.Â We went on holidays.Â When I was 12 we went camping to the Continent on Irish Ferries; France, Italy and Switzerland that first year.Â That was called a foreign holiday.Â See the difference?Mindship Shared .
Box-ticking by investors will do little to solve the climate change crisisInstitutional investors tend to behave like sheep, and the sheepdogs that have chased them around in recent years have worn "ESG" tags on their collars.The Sunday Times Shared .
Drawdown Review 2020: How To Address Global Warming In A Responsible MannerProject Drawdown has issued an update to its first report entitled Drawdown Review. The group says we have all the tools we need to address climate change effectively.CleanTechnica Shared .
The worst ache is the present acheSix years ago 2,750 tonnes of ammonium nitrateâused for fertilizer and homemade bombsâwas confiscated by the Lebanese government.The Green Economist Shared .
Seize This DayPrevious post: Tension Written: 2019-12-09 âHi Daniel, â I say, a little sheepish. âI know I already asked and you said I should just go clean the bathrooms, but I have decided I want to explore where Iâm at on cleaning and stuff...Journey Shared .
Why Clinton Lost, and More Importantly, Why Biden Might Lose as WellDan Mason After the spectacular failure of Hillary Clinton to win a shoe-in election for one anointed and âwhose time had come, â someone who deserved to be rewarded for past service to the people, the country, and the entirety of humanity at large, the Democrat Party elites tried to grapple with the reality of the&.The Contrary Perspective Shared .
New FOI ruling orders disclosure of CSIRO internal documents on its response to Murray-Darling criticismsThe information commissioner says release of material previously redacted by the scientific agency is a matter of public interest.The Guardian Shared .
Climate Change: The Ultimate ThreatIn this article, we will be dealing with two questions a) What is Climate positive or Carbon negative and how is it related to Climate Justice?Yours Truly, LawyerStrange Shared .
India's Food Bowl Heads Toward DesertificationWater-guzzling rice consumes more water than Punjab can recharge. If current irrigation rates continue, the state will empty its groundwater reserves within 20 years.Daily Climate : Impacts Shared .
2020 SkS Weekly Climate Change and Global Warming News Roundup #32A chronological listing of news articles linked to on the Skeptical Science Facebook Page during the past week: Sun, Aug 2, 2020 through Sat, Aug 8, 2020 Editor's Choice Five Years After Speaking Out on Climate Change, Pope Francis Sounds an Urgent Alarm The encyclical Laudato Si motivated many people to take action on global warming, but...Skeptical Science Shared .
Summer cleaningMY CHILD BRIDEÂ encountered a nasty allergy in March first ever shortly after we started staying home due to the Kung Flu.The Unseen Moon Shared .
Disease, unemployment and climate change create a vague future for the High NorthDear reader! Just as we thought the calm summer up north was a sign of the times, it all crumbles again.High North News Shared .
Desease, unemployment and climate change create a vague future for the High NorthDear reader! Just as we thought the calm summer up north was a sign of the times, it all crumbles again.High North News Shared .
Covid-19 lockdown will have negligible impact on climate crisis a studyHere's the first student submitted article I'm posting! It's a nice look at how shutdowns have affected our emissions and what still needs to be done to change our direction and avoid the worst effects of climate change.In The News! Shared .
Impact of climate change on tropical fisheries would create ripples across the worldTropical oceans and fisheries are threatened by climate change, generating impacts that will affect the sustainable development of both local economies and communities, and regions outside the tropics through 'telecoupling' of human-natural systems, such as seafood trade and distant-water fishing, says a scientific review from UBC and...Daily Climate : Impacts Shared .
Exploring lives of whales in a time of climate changeBookseller Stephen Sparks of Point Reyes Books in Point Reyes Station, Calif., recommends the nonfiction work "Fathoms: the World in the Whale" by author Rebecca Giggs.MPR News Shared .
Opinion: Channel crossings will only increase without protections for climate refugeesThe UK government's response to these incidents has been nothing short of ridiculous. The 'push back' approach, adopted by both Australia and the European Union, has seen the deaths of thousands of migrants and refugees as the crossings become less safe and are forced to take place under more dangerous conditions.Protect Climate Refugees Shared .
There is no escape from climate change, pandemics and terrorism, That is really globalisation: EAMNew Delhi, Aug 08 : External Affairs Minister. S Jaishankar on August 08 addressed at virtual India @75 Summit.The Economic Times Shared .
Deep below the surface, boreholes offer clues to past warming in the Western GhatsAccording to a study, the Western Ghats has experienced an increase in temperature of about 0.8 degrees Celsius in the past 100 years.Scroll.in Shared .
Pressure builds on Australia despite delay to international climate talksAustralia's controversial climate policies will become more challenging on the international stage with the delay to Glasgow's climate talks, experts say.The Sydney Morning Herald Shared .
Kay Slama: Remember climate change when votingLetter writer stresses importance of climate change.West Central Tribune Shared .
Caught My Eye #7Family fortunes of wealthy increase as super-rich ride coronavirus storm.. Well blow me down, if there is anything that is consistent in capitalism it is the ability of the rich to maintain their ability to stay rich, even during a global pandemic.Kitsville Shared .
Science, Scientism, and Steven Pinker a GenotopiaThe fact that science both shapes and is shaped by culture, society, economics, politics has been established and reinforced for nearly a century, from L.Earthpages.org Shared .
Climate Crisis Weekly: Which states lead and lag in slashing CO2?Most US states are cutting emissions — here's who's succeeding and failing; Bill Gates on pandemic lessons that should guide our climate crisis response.Electrek Shared .
A Visit to Tresco Abbey GardensFuchsia, Agapanthus and succulents planted in the walls of the old Abbey ruins at Tresco Abbey Gardens.Botany Karen Shared .
Murdoch's misinformation: COVID-19, China and climate changeIs Rupert Murdoch's media empire responsible for spreading deadly misinformation on COVID-19?Al Jazeera Shared .
Living on Earth: Beyond the HeadlinesIt's Irony Week for this edition of Beyond the Headlines. Environmental Health News Editor Peter Dykstra and Host Steve Curwood discuss major tobacco companies' pursuit of a tobacco-based vaccine for COVID-19, then move on to discuss the flooding of the last functioning coal mine in Norway by meltwater from a nearby glacier.Daily Climate : Causes Shared .
The Pandemic Has Been Hell For the Coal IndustryBig Oil has hogged the spotlight of fossil fuels in decline since the coronavirus pandemic began.Daily Climate : Causes Shared .
Subscribe to readNews, analysis and comment from the Financial Times, the worldʼs leading global business publication.Financial Times Shared .
Mixed messages from BP about the low-carbon energy transitionWe are getting mixed messages about BP and their approach to clean energy. This week, many news outlets have reported that BP plans significant investments in renewable energy and has plans for a future with more electrical generation.Energy In Demand - Sustainable Energy - Rod Janssen Shared .
How the arts might help us grapple with climate changeInformation alone hasn't closed the gap between what we know and what we do when it comes to climate action, so creators argue the arts have a "fundamental role" to play in exploring issues and engaging our imaginations.CBC Shared .
India plans to fell ancient forest to create 40 new coalfieldsNarendra Modi's dream of a ‘self-reliant India' comes at a terrible price for its indigenous population.The Guardian Shared .
Building a green economy, brick by brickIn Uruguay, thousands of families earn a precarious livelihood making bricks, using traditional methods that are often inefficient and harmful to the environment.UN News Centre - Environment, Shelter Shared .
Climate change, drop in green cover upping Mumbai's flood riskExceptionally heavy downpours and flooding may be the cityâs new normal due to a combination of global warming, unplanned development, and reduced green cover.The Times Of India Shared .
Dawn Blessing Urban EelsOn 31st July we held a dawn blessing for âUrban Eels: Our Sustainable Cityâ. Together, we have created a new space within our urban fabric to reconnect with nature and share and experience Tikanga MÄori.Fiona Gordon Shared .
Update: East River Esplanade Sinkhole, Saving the USPS, and Climate Change ActionDear Friend, I am writing to you after another busy week both in Washington, DC and here at home in NYC.Congresswoman Carolyn Maloney Shared .
For businesses, climate is really the bottom lineA new report from Climate Voice is urging companies to take a more public stand advocating for effective climate policy, and "to base every major decision on the climate—as well as the financial—bottom line." The pitch comes as more major players in industries from technology to insurance and financial services are making the case for an...Climate Solutions Shared .
Carbon Capture Could Cut Cost Of Climate ChangeA new analysis by the Great Plains Institute and the University of Wyoming describes possible steps that industries in the U.S. can take to lower their.Ashley Piccone Shared .
Carol Kuczora: Climate change: we can do this!The trouble with trying to turn around climate change, even to save the planetary life-support system for our children, is that it requires international cooperation, including almost everyone on Earth cooperating by changing their behavior, and they just can't or won't do that.TheUnion.com Shared .
Bureau of Meteorology: under pressure to toe the Coalition line on climate change? Michael WestWhile the UKâs Met Office is out there educating the public, BoM is remarkably coy about any public discussion of climate change.Olddogthoughts Shared .
5 lessons from the pandemic to tackle the climate crisisThe way humanity has responded to the coronavirus pandemic - in both good and bad ways - offers pointers for dealing with the even greater threat of the climate crisis, say virologists and climatologists.CNN Shared .
COVID-19 Lockdowns Will Barely Reduce Global Warming, New Study FindsThe shelter in place orders that brought clean skies to some of the world's most polluted cities and saw greenhouse gas emissions plummet were just a temporary relief that provided an illusory benefit to the long-term consequences of the climate crisis.EcoWatch Shared .
Canada's Last Intact Ice Shelf Crumbles Due to WarmingMuch of Canada's remaining intact ice shelf has broken apart into hulking iceberg islands thanks to a hot summer and global warming, scientists said.Time Shared .
A Vancouver man just built a robot to help fight global warmingIt's named Henry, "after Bonnie Henry, of course, because she's awesome."Vancouver Is Awesome Shared .
Climate change is pushing millions of people into cities like Addis Ababa. Here's what rapid urbanization looks like in the Ethiopian capital.The urban population in Ethiopia is expected to triple to 42.3 million over the next twenty years, data shows.Insider Shared .
I hate it when it's too hotI findÂ days when the temperature exceeds 30 Â°C very unpleasant. And if the night-time temperature doesnt fall then I feel doubly troubled.Protons For Breakfast Shared .
Continuing concern over US federal government tampering with information about climate changeThese groups have documented four ways that climate-related information has become less accessible since Trump took office.Energy In Demand - Sustainable Energy - Rod Janssen Shared .
FEMA Administrator Testifies That Hurricanes are Affected by Climate ChangePeter Gaynor, Administrator of the Federal Emergency Management Agency , an agency of the Department of&.Climate and Security News Shared .
UK weather: England sees hottest August day for 17 years as heatwave set to continue into next weekMet Office warns ‘exceptionally warm and humid nights' are expected this weekend.The Independent Shared .
In Colorado's climate change hot spot, the West's water is evaporatingThe largest part of the continental United States to warm more than 2 degrees Celsius since 1895 feeds the Colorado River.Anchorage Daily News Shared .
The planet about to reach the dangerous 1.5 degrees of global warming7 de agosto de 2020, 12:5Brussels, Aug 7. July 2020 was recorded as the third warmest month in Europe, behind this same period in 2016 and 2019, which drives the planet today to the brink of reaching the dangerous 1.5 degrees of global warming, experts war.Prensa-latina.cu Shared .
A Journey through Hot British SummersEmail: The phrase âBritish summerâ tends to evoke images of disorganised family barbecues being interrupted by heavy rain, or the covers coming on at Wimbledon, or the saying âthree fine days and a thunderstormâ.The Social Metwork Shared .
Gosport great-grandfather gets letter from Sir David Attenborough after sending global warming poemPOETIC talent from a Gosport great-grandfather has been recognised by a personal letter of encouragement from Sir David Attenborough.The News Shared .
Breastfeeding can mitigate climate change: UNICEFConnecting breastfeeding practice with climate change, the chief of Field office, UNICEF West Bengal Md Mohiuddin on Friday said, âBreast milk substitutes production, packaging transportation of processed milk which increases the emission of major greenhouse gases like Carbon dioxide, Methane, which results in climate change and global...The Times Of India Shared .
Clean Trucks for JusticeWhile commuters have noted a decrease in congestion, cargo or heavy truck volumes have remained steady and have actually increased at points during the pandemic.Climate Solutions Shared .
Climate Change& Again.Photo by Andre Moura on Pexels.com When talking about environmental issues, climate change often dominates the conversation.Science Investigates Shared .
Scientists say COVID-19 recovery plans should include climate changeIf global warming is to be limited to 1.5 degrees Celsius, the authors of a new study insist that efforts to reverse the economic damage caused by the coronavirus pandemic must include climate policy measures.UPI Shared .
U.S. Senate candidate Sara Gideon unveils climate agenda focused on climate changeSenate candidate and Maine House Speaker Sara Gideon unveiled an eight-step climate agenda focused on climate change.WGME Shared .
Shuffalo Releases New Single "Stay On Me"The Following Press Release Was Issued By Shuffalo* Our new single, "Stay On Me," was inspired by the narrative of portals in iconic stories we grew up on: Chronicles of Narnia, Wizard of Oz and Alice in Wonderland.The Music Bugle Shared .
One of the world's biggest oil companies has promised to produce much less oil. Here's what you need to know.BP's new plan could be a real breakthrough in the fight against the climate crisis.Greenpeace UK Shared .
Canadian ice shelf area bigger than Manhattan collapses due to rising temperaturesThe last fully intact ice shelf in the Canadian Arctic has collapsed, losing more than 40% of its area in just two days at the end of July.The Guardian Shared .
The Pandemic and Natural Disasters Are Colliding AgainPhysicists: 90% Chance of Human Society Collapsing Within Decades Deforestation coupled with the rampant destruction of natural resources will soon have devastating effects on the future of society as we know it, according to two theoretical physicists who study complex systems and have concluded that greed has put us on a path to irreversible&.Resilience Reporter Shared .
Lockdown 'flash crash' in emissions won't curb warmingIf governments choose strong green policies and investments to revive economies after the COVID-19 pandemic, the world has a good chance of limiting global warming to 1.5 degrees Celsius, an internationally agreed aim, researchers said on Friday.Reuters Shared .
The Daily Dose: Food security in the Big Data era; Tackling obesity in South AmericaThe COVID-19 pandemic has placed unbelievable stress on global food supply chains. Nowhere is this more obvious and poses more of a threat than on the African continent.Scientific Inquirer Shared .
How to Talk about Climate ChangeWatching the news of the 2018 climate strike, Rebecca Huntley suddenly understood that when the young people demanded action from the older generation, they were talking to her.The Saturday Paper Shared .
Why social justice is key to a green recoveryPoliticians and activists around the world have been talking about a green economic recovery from coronavirus.Greenpeace UK Shared .
Western Pennsylvania Voters Talk Climate Change And FrackingIn the lead-up to the general election, four western Pennsylvania voters talk about what could sway their votes when it comes to energy and the environment.The Allegheny Front Shared .
The Slippery Slope Of Global Warming, From A Melting Mont-Blanc GlacierCOURMAYEUR — When the alarm sounded last year, it was because the ice on the Mont Blanc, on the border between Italy and France, was moving too quickly.Alessio Perrone Shared .
Sparrows' storm stress a harbinger of climate-change impactSparrows show increased stress when exposed to more numerous and more severe winter storms, says a Western study that tested the songbirds' resilience to the effects of climate change.Western News Shared .
Using Big Data And The Power Of Markets To Solve Climate ChangeAn innovative fintech startup is building a platform that has the potential to shift commodity production paradigms out of the 19th century and into the 21st while cutting global greenhouse gas emissions nearly overnight.Forbes Shared .
Feature: DiscardedThe way objects have been left on the pavement has been an interesting and unfortunate side-effect of the pandemic.Framing The Moment Shared .
US hurricane experts predict 'extremely active' storm seasonNoaa says there could be 25 storms with winds of 39mph and greater: ‘We expect more, stronger, and longer-lived storms than average'The Guardian Shared .
Climate change: delay is the new denialDenying climate change has taken on a new approach. Stuart Capstick, Research Fellow in Psychology, at Cardiff University with a contribution by Julia K. Steinberger, Professor in Social Ecology and Ecological Economics at University of Leeds write on The Conversation that delay is the new denial and they explain how to spot the arguments.Energy In Demand - Sustainable Energy - Rod Janssen Shared .
Solar trade warSign up to get our weekly newsletter straight to your inbox, plus breaking news, investigations and extra bulletins from key events.Climate Change News Shared .
Governments and IndividualsReducing emissions is essential to combatting climate change, as we all well know. But whilst individuals and governments can work together to gradually reduce our emissions, should governments also be seeking to incentivise a potential partner to this strategy: 'geoengineering' Earth's climate to counteract global warming and its effects?The Problem With Money Shared .
UK weather: being outdoors could become dangerous during heatwavesHealth experts call for action on climate emergency as country braces for record temperatures.The Guardian Shared .
Amazon's Jeff Bezos creates Fellowship Ventures for $10 billion climate change strategyBezos has quietly started a new corporation that appears involved in the historic push.Vox Shared .
Record-breaking summers due to climate change ‘a danger to human health'The UK could see temperatures rise above 37C on Friday, just a week after the hottest day of the year recorded so far.Dumbarton And Vale Of Leven Reporter Shared .
How Tropical Storm Isaias is connected to climate changeA new field of climate science known as attribution science examines how a warming atmosphere plays a part in individual weather events.WHYY Shared .
Trending stories on Indian Lifestyle, Culture, Relationships, Food, Travel, Entertainment, News and New Technology NewsIndiaTimes Shared .
UC Davis prof: American beef gets a bad rap as climate-change factorSimply put, U.S. cattle aren't the major driver of climate change. So Americans can feel good about whatever kind of burger they put on their grill this barbecue season.SFChronicle.com Shared .
'Massive opportunity' How Covid pandemic could help turn around global warmingThe impact of reductions in greenhouse gases and pollutants during the pandemic will be short-lived unless there is a green recovery, researchers say.Hulldailymail Shared .
CAFOD's work to make ‘Our Common Home' a realityAt CAFOD, our mission is to work alongside the worldâs poorest people. Regional News Officer, Elouise Hobbs, writes about how we have been working hard to make the vision of Pope Francisâ Laudato Siâ foundational in all our work.CAFOD Portsmouth Blog Shared .
A climate-related call to actionThe Ceres Accelerator for Sustainable Capital Markets issued Addressing Climate as a Systemic Risk: A call to action for U.S. financial regulators The Ceres Accelerator for Sustainable Capital Markets âaims to transform the practices and policies that govern capital markets in order to accelerate action on reducing the worst financial...John Hughes IFRS Blog Shared .
One size does not fit all: different vector-borne diseases impacted differently by climate changeKrisztian Magori reviews two recent papers on the differential impact of increasing temperatures due to climate change, reducing the survival of tsetse flies in one, and expanding the range of Zika virus in temperate range in the other, as examples of how we can't use a one-size-fits-all perspective on the relationship between climate change and...BugBitten Shared .
Forests Can Migrate a But Cant Outrun Climate ChangeMany animals are known for their migration patterns, from birds to butterflies and wildebeest. However, most people don't know that trees migrate as well.The Incentive Shared .
Covid-19 lockdowns will have little lasting impact on global warmingGlobal lockdowns to halt the spread of the coronavirus will have a negligible impact on global warming, researchers have found.New Scientist Shared .
Green recovery could avert dangerous climate changeBut research shows lockdown falls in greenhouse gas emissions has a ‘negligible' impact on curbing rising temperatures.County Times Shared .
Covid-19 lockdown will have 'negligible' impact on climate crisisDrop in emissions was a blip, say scientists, and a green recovery is vital to halt global heating.The Guardian Shared .
OpinionThe G.O.P. may have had a politically expedient change of heart. Better late than never.New York Times Shared .
Climate change: Lockdown has 'negligible' effect on temperaturesNew research says that the lockdown, by itself, will make little difference to climate change.BBC Shared .
Yes, Emissions Have Fallen. That Won't Fix Climate ChangeThe drop in carbon pollution will cool the planet only a tiny bit. So how about this: Revive the economy and the Earth by pouring money into green tech.Wired Shared .
Five Years After Speaking Out on Climate Change, Pope Francis Sounds an Urgent AlarmThe encyclical ‘Laudato Si' motivated many people to take action on global warming, but governments, the pope said, have lagged far behind.InsideClimate News Shared .
Engineering the climate: the controversial science that could cool our atmosphereThe 2015 Paris Climate Agreement set what now appears to be a very bold target â to hold the rise in global average temperature to well below two degrees Celsius and to try and limit the temperature increase even further to 1.5ËC.Katie Burton Shared .
Indian law restores once dried-up rivers to villagers7 August, 2020 - Indian villagers who brought dried-up rivers back to life then had to fight a legal battle to use their water.Climate News Network Shared .
Pygmy owls threatened by climate changeThis April 2018 video says about itself: In an old forest in France, we meet a pygmy owl family and discover the feeding and young owls just going out of the niche.Dear Kitty. Some Blog Shared .
Is it bad to feel guilty for buying something?I wanna talk about guilt and how it truly made me feel over the past week.My Inner Thoughts Shared .
Dryland Farmer's Knowledge towards Climate Change and Constraints in Adoption of Climate Resilient PracticesAims: To understand the dryland famerâs knowledge towards climate change, its causes and its impacts.SCIENCEDOMAIN International Shared .
Dance with meGrainy photos kept coming in all day from friends: flood waters and destroyed traffic lights on Marine Drive, the roof over the DY Patil stadium destroyed, the iconic sign atop the stock exchange tumbled by the winds, knee deep water in one of the largest hospitals in the city, even the unloading facilities at the port damaged.Don't Hold Your Breath Shared .
Living with the new normalListening to a recent radio interview with Dr. David Nabbaro of the WHO, I was impressed and reassured by his honesty and no-nonsense plain speaking when questioned about Covid-19 and where we are...Eyes In The Back Of My Head Shared .
Opinion: US 2020 Election: Donald Trump Wants a Fight on the Green New Deal. So Do We.Itâs not just the right thing to do. Climate action is a winning issue for Democratsâand a point of vulnerability for Trump.A Greener Life, A Greener World Shared .
How To Join a Carbon Reduction Action GroupThat's a picture of our trusty Prius, Howard, last spring when we first moved in, and before we'd done any landscaping whatsoever.) Over the winter, the Haverford Alumni Magazine published an article entitled "What Can You Do For Your Planet?"Lingering 'Round The Dinner Table Shared .
Curie, the bomb, and the pandemicImage Source: JHU Without consciously realizing it, I chose to watch Radioactive, the biographical drama of Marie Curies life, on the 75th Anniversary of the bombing of Hiroshima.The Meggs Report Shared .
World's 3 hottest Julys happened in the last five yearsLast month was the world's third-hottest July on record, new data show - the latest milestone in a global warming trend that has seen the three hottest Julys within the last five years.Deccan Herald Shared .
100 Offerings of Peace Campaign for The Peace StudioUSA and Peace Studio supports, trains, and unites the next generation of artists, journalists and storytellers to inspire people everywhere to become active peacebuilders.Catherine Sarah Young Shared .
Climate change: UK peat emissions could cancel forest benefitsUK peatland emissions could cancel out all carbon reductions from new and existing forests.BBC Shared .
The Future Of Climate Change And Our Mental HealthAs climate change intensifies, what toll will it take on our mental health in the future?Jenee Darden Shared .
Oz Is Burning ebook now availableThe ebook version of Oz Is Burning is now available, with a print version to follow.Vampires In The Sunburnt Country Shared .
Legislature Should Support Climate-Change Goals, Not Gut a Tool Helping Ag and Our PlanetAB 2959 is flawed, one-size-fits-all legislation that will harm our planet and increase the financial burdens on California dairymen and beef ranchers.GV Wire Shared .
The Anti-Manhattan Project75 years ago today the United States detonated an atomic bomb over the Japanese city of Hiroshima.The Green Economist Shared .
Pandemic holds lessons in climate change risk preparationIf the COVID-19 pandemic has taught us anything it's the importance of good preparedness. That's a lesson for directors of corporations, too, in identifying the risk from climate change - and putting that on the boardroom table.Canadian Lawyer Shared .
Extreme droughts in central Europe likely to increase sevenfoldExtreme droughts are likely to become much more frequent across central Europe, and if global greenhouse gas emissions rise strongly they could happen seven times more often, new research has shown.Daily Climate : Impacts Shared .
Data Update Shows Orwellian Climate ScienceClimate science is unsettling because past data are not fixed, but change later on.Â I ran into this when I set out to update an analysis done in 2014 by Jeremy Shiers, which I discussed in a previous post reprinted at the end.Â Jeremy provided a spreadsheet in his essay Murray Salby Showed CO2 Follows Temperature Now You Can Too posted in...Science Matters Shared .
A Carbon Tax with Redistribution Would Be a Significant Help to the PoorA.Â Introduction Economists have long recommended taxing pollution as an effective as well as efficient way to achieve societal aims to counter that pollution.Â What is commonly called a "carbon tax", but which in fact would apply to all emissions of greenhouse gases , would do this.Â "Cap&"An Economic Sense Shared .
Hurricane Forecast: ‘One of the Most Active Seasons on Record'Scientists at NOAA updated their prediction for the 2020 hurricane season, and now expect as many as 25 named storms.Daily Climate : Impacts Shared .
Climate Change and Your DoctorWhen Michael Howard arrived for a routine visit with his lung specialist, he was concerned about how his body was to cope with the heat and humidity of a Boston summer.Â âI lived in Florida for 14 years, and moved back because the humidity was just too much, â Mr.Longtermcareinsurancescottsdale's Blog Shared .
The Cost of ComfortA cool evening breeze made me think about the true cost of being comfortable, and question if it was worth the price.What Gibberish Becomes Shared .
Climate Denial: The Top Five Worst ArgumentsUnderstanding Climate Denial We are living in an age marked by a climate crisis. It is a crisis produced directly by human beings, how they choose to conduct their lives and how they treat the environments in which they live.Unrooted Shared .
World's three hottest Julys happened in the last five yearsLast month was the world's third-hottest July on record, new data show - the latest milestone in a global warming trend that has seen the three hottest Julys within the last five years.Reuters Shared .
This Is Inequity at the Boiling PointEarth is overheating. This year is poised to be one of the hottest ever. Millions are already feeling the pain, but the agony of extreme heat is profoundly unequal across the globe.New York Times Shared .