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Senate Finance Committee Chairman Wyden (D-Ore.) pushing to address fossil

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‘Groundbreaking’ Win as Court Rules USFWS Can’t Ignore Climate Impacts

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As California’s drought deepens, water use drops only 1.8%

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Baby Poop Is Loaded With Microplastics

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Baby Poop Has Ten Times More Microplastic in It Than

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The WHO puts air pollution on a par with smoking

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Animals died in ‘toxic soup’ during Earth’s worst mass extinction:

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A Reservoir in Scotland Reveals it’s Old Buildings After Our

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Stop the Use of Wildlife-killing ‘Cyanide Bombs’

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Wildfires Emitted More Carbon Dioxide Than India Does in a

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Natura 2000 Award – application phase for the 2022 edition

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FORENV – The EU Foresight system for the environment

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EU GreenWeek 2021 – Session TRAPPED BY PLASTIC Screening of

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EU GreenWeek 2021 – Session 11.2 Filling the knowledge gaps

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EU GreenWeek 2021 – Session Zoom into the future Integrated

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EU GreenWeek 2021 – Session 11.4 Right to clean air

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EU GreenWeek 2021 – Session 7.1 Environmental sustainability and equality:

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EU GreenWeek 2021 – Session 6.4 Cleaning our rivers and

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EU GreenWeek 2021 – Session 3.1 Building cleaner, more circular

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EU GreenWeek 2021 – Session 8.2 Walking tall and treading

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Wave of net zero emission targets opens window to meeting

Nature Climate Change, Published online: 16 September 2021; doi:10.1038/s41558-021-01142-2Current pledges for emissions cuts are insufficient to meet the Paris Agreement temperature goal. The wave of net zero targets being discussed and adopted could make the Paris goal possible if further countries follow suit.

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Water is the middle child in global climate policy

Nature Climate Change, Published online: 13 September 2021; doi:10.1038/s41558-021-01154-yImproved management of water has been shown to have important benefits in both climate adaptation and mitigation. Water must be explicitly considered in climate policy, on par with its energy and land siblings.

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Climate change and the future of western US water governance

Nature Climate Change, Published online: 13 September 2021; doi:10.1038/s41558-021-01141-3Water management in the western United States is rooted in an adversarial system that is highly sensitive to climate change. Reforms are needed to ensure water management is efficient, resilient and equitable moving forward.

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Projected ocean warming constrained by the ocean observational record

Nature Climate Change, Published online: 13 September 2021; doi:10.1038/s41558-021-01151-1Ocean heat content is increasing, yet projections have not been constrained by observations. Using Argo data and CMIP6 models shows high climate sensitivity models overestimate increases; constrained projections estimate sea-level rise, from 0 to 2,000 m thermal expansion, of 17–26 cm by 2081–2100.

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Utilitarian benchmarks for emissions and pledges promote equity, climate and

Nature Climate Change, Published online: 13 September 2021; doi:10.1038/s41558-021-01130-6Climate mitigation will require allocations of emission allowances to nations. This study proposes a utilitarian benchmark to ensure equitable allocations whilst mitigating climate change.

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Author Correction: The blue carbon wealth of nations

Nature Climate Change, Published online: 03 September 2021; doi:10.1038/s41558-021-01172-wAuthor Correction: The blue carbon wealth of nations

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Scientists Find ‘Statistically Significant’ Cooling Trend Over Entire Antarctic Continent

East Antarctica, which covers two-thirds of the South Pole, has cooled a whopping 2.8°C over the past four decades; West Antarctica has approximately 1.6″C. … only the tiny Antarctic Peninsula saw statistically insignificant warming. German climate website Die kalte Sonne posted its 64th climate video here and examined a new…

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Dems’ Job-Crushing Green Agenda Is Headed Toward A Ditch

There’s a simple reason Democrats have never in 20 years rounded up the votes for an economy-crushing climate bill: It’s political suicide. As the reconciliation battle rages, that reality is finally—belatedly—setting in. House Democrats this week wrapped up committee work on their $3.5 trillion reconciliation bonanza, and most of the…

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FLOP26: U.N. Chief Warns Climate Summit At Risk Of Failure

As Europe’s Net-Zero agenda is causing industrial havoc and energy prices are going through the roof, the UN chief has warned that COP26 is heading for the rocks. Warnings about a Cop-flop are no news to interested observers who have been following our COP26 coverage in recent months. In fact,…

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Soaring Energy Gas Prices Forcing UK Factories To Shut Down

Europe’s energy crunch has forced a major fertilizer maker to shut down two U.K. plants, the first sign that a record rally in gas and power prices is threatening to slow the region’s economic recovery. CF Industries Holdings Inc. said Wednesday it’s halting operations at its Billingham and Ince manufacturing…

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GM Asks Chevy Bolt Owners To Park 50 Feet Away

We can arguably say that GM is taking the necessary precautions to try to keep people safe. It has recalled every single Bolt EV and Bolt EUV ever built. With the recall, the cars’ battery packs will be replaced, they will get more range, and the warranty will start fresh.…

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What is the Paris Climate Agreement? A Summary (2021)

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Can the USA’s government reverse global warming, and if so,

(2021 data added on Sept 16) Arctic sea ice is down ~80% since I was born, which in a nutshell is why all of the rest of the world except the USA has accepted 2060 as a target for net-zero atmospheric carbon neutrality. There’s a very real reason for it.…

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ILST Ghengis Khan slowed global warming

ILST Ghenghis Khan reduced carbon foot print and slowed down global warming. ​ “It’s a common misconception that the human impact on climate began with the large-scale burning of coal and oil in the industrial era,” said lead researcher Julia Pongratz.”Actually, humans started to influence the environment thousands of years…

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End of Year Message and the Top 100 Articles from

Since its inception in 2008, The Green Market Oracle has published 7,731 articles which have been viewed on this site a total of 4,012,438 times.  As this year ends I want to take a moment to thank our readers and let you know that the new year will bring some…

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Climate Change and the Record Breaking 2020 Atlantic Storm Season

This year’s Atlantic hurricane season was the worst on record and it marks the fifth straight year with above-average storm activity. Each year there are an average of around 12 storms in the Atlantic, in 2020 there was a record breaking 31. This includes 13 hurricanes (twice the normal number)…

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Unprecedented Wildfires in 2020 are Connected to Climate Change

The intense wildfires that raged across the Western U.S., South America, and Australia in 2020 are being attributed to climate change. What makes these fires unprecedented is their size and duration.  There is growing evidence that these increasingly intense fires could eradicate some species of floral and fauna.  Across the…

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The Psychotherapeutic Benefits of Nature

A growing body of research overwhelmingly supports the view that nature can improve our physical and mental health.  From heart disease to a general sense of well-being, a number of studies confirm that nature offers multiple benefits.  One study found that something as simple as viewing natural scenes lowers heart…

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Webinar – Leadership in Our Time

This 60 minute webinar will take place on Friday January 8, 2021, 11:30 am to 12:30 pm EST. This is part of a new SSF webinar series exploring American leadership. Hosted by the Security and Sustainability Forum (SSF) and George Washington University (GWU), this is the fourth webinar in the…

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Managing Ecological Grief and Anxiety Through Action

How do we manage the psychological repercussions associated with the multiple ecological crises we face? Anyone who follows climate change, environmental degradation, or biodiversity loss, knows how stressful it can be. We live in a geological epoch that is a tragic testament to the devastating impact humans have had on…

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A Green Christmas Carol

This year was difficult to say the least and this season shines light into the darkness of our grief and despair.  However, like the Dickens classic, A Christmas Carol, the horror we have endured calls us to reflect on how our destructive ways have given birth to this dystopian nightmare. If we move…

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A Cautionary Tale about Stranded Assets

Just in time for Christmas a cautionary tale of two power plants is warning investors to be wary of fossil fuels. As predicted by many the evidence is mounted to support the contention that dirty energy is destined to be stranded assets. The closure of coal powerplants all around the…

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Webinar – Transition Pathway Initiative: Transportation Report

This Transition Pathway Initiative (TPI) webinar will take place on Thursday, 21 January 2021, 15:00 – 16:00 GMT. Highlights from the TPI’s latest Transportation Report  will be broadcast on BrightTALK and it will feature important information on the airline, auto industries as well as international shipping.  This webinar will provide the audience…

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What Aviation Efficiency can Teach us about the Power of

It is entirely appropriate that big ticket efforts to reduce global warming causing greenhouse gas emissions are at the center of global climate efforts, however, there is also a need for small gestures. Such actions can make a big difference if repeated often. Governments (nations and subnational), public companies and…

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How Scientists Are Bringing Back Sturgeons, Fish That Once Swam

After thriving for 200 million years, ancient sturgeon were wiped out in the U.S. by fishing and industry. Now they’re on their way toward making a comeback.

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Drought in the Western United States Sets a 122-Year Record

A vast region is arguably in crisis, and not just because of brutal wildfires. Farmers, ranchers, indigenous people and others are all suffering — with no end in sight.

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The View From Space as Wildfire Smoke Smothers Large Swaths

Smoke from blazes in the western United States and Canada has blown across North America and even across the North Atlantic to Europe.

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As Ghost Forests Spread, Researchers Ask for Help Keeping Track

Sea level rise is pushing salt water into coastal forests and killing trees. Citizen scientists are helping document the formation of these ghost forests.

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The West’s Worsening Infernos as Seen From Space

Extreme conditions exacerbated by climate change are begetting extreme fire behavior visible to satellites orbiting far overhead.

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Just How Environmentally Friendly Is Thrifting?

The answer is very — but there are ways we can help make thrift stores greener.

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Underwater Noise Pollution Could Damage Crucial Ocean Plants

First-of-its-kind study shows how human-generated sound could harm the ability of seagrass to store energy and detect gravity.

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The Pictures That Saved Yellowstone

Over a century ago, a stunning set of images introduced America to the beauty of its own backyard.

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Can Solar Farms Help Save Bees?

Pairing solar farms with pollinator-friendly plants could be a win for both green energy and biodiversity.

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How Fast Fashion Harms the Environment — and People’s Health

From start to finish, the push for trendy, cheap clothing creates problems felt around the world.

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Comments On Federal Scientific Integrity

 Guest column by Kenneth Haapala, President, The Science and Environmental Policy Project (SEPP) “It is one thing to impose drastic measures and harsh economic penalties when an environmental problem is clear-cut and severe. It is quite another to do so when the environmental problem is largely hypothetical and not substantiated…

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Obama official concedes it’s impossible to predict the risks of

But media, politicians, and scientists skew climate data A review of Steven E. Koonin’s Unsettled? What Climate Science Tells Us, What It Doesn’t, and Why It Matters Mark Twain has supposedly quipped that: “What gets us into trouble is not what we don’t know.  It’s what we know for sure…

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The Consequences of Being Wrong on Climate Change

Guest column by Noel Funderburk Undoubtedly Al Gore made a lot of money from writing his book on “man-made” climate change. Many people and country leaders have jumped on that band wagon and are making great effort to reduce the amount of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere. Our government is…

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The “Proof” that Isn’t

Politicians, media, and environmentalists all over America are pointing to the record-breaking heat wave in America’s northwest and Canada’s southwest as proof of human-induced global warming. Unfortunately, localized weather and global climate aren’t the same. (The affected region, very roughly 1.5 million square miles, is under 1 percent of Earth’s…

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Climate Models: Worse Than Nothing?

Guest column by Robert L. Bradley Jr.  “Climate modeling is central to climate science….” (Stephen Koonin, below) When the history of climate modeling comes to be written in some distant future, the major story may well be how the easy, computable answer turned out to be the wrong one, resulting…

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Playing Fast and Loose with Numbers

How significant is it that Amazon rainforest equal to 3 soccer fields is destroyed each minute? Guest article by Joakim Book Journalism is hard. To portray the world accurately to a layman audience without delving into the complexities and nuances of the universe we inhabit, writers must always simplify, explain,…

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How Busy Was the 2020 Hurricane Season?

Hurricane Eta, 28th named storm of 2020 Atlantic hurricane season. (Photo by NASA.) The 2020 Atlantic hurricane season, with 30 named storms, is going down in the record books as having the most named storms of any season on record. But are we comparing apples and apples—or apples and oranges?…

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CO2 Levels Highest “Since the Dawn of Human Civilization.” So

A donor to the Cornwall Alliance has asked if it is true, as Travis Kavulla wrote in “What Is the Green New Deal?” (National Review, February 21, 2019), that “The atmospheric concentration of greenhouse gases has not been higher since the dawn of human civilization than it is today. No…

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How to Scare and Deceive without Lying: JPL Cries Wolf

Yesterday NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory published “The Anatomy of Glacial Ice Loss.” For the most part it’s an interesting, though not particularly revolutionary, discussion of the various forces that add to and subtract from glacial ice. Nothing wrong with that. But its authors took the opportunity to insert a poison…

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A Plea to My Evangelical Friends for Biden

October 20, 2020 by Dr. Peter Jones How should genuine Christians vote in the up-coming presidential election? Recently a group called “pro-life evangelicals for Biden” sought to answer that question. The group includes many prominent evangelical leaders whom I respect who believe “that a biblically shaped commitment to the sanctity of human…

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Oil-producing Oman pledges 2% emissions reduction by 2030

Struggling to balance its budget as the coronavirus pandemic hits oil revenues, Oman is looking to diversify the economy and cut electricity subsidies The post Oil-producing Oman pledges 2% emissions reduction by 2030 appeared first on Climate Home News.

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China, India miss UN’s extended deadline for climate pledges

110 parties to the Paris Agreement have submitted updated 2030 climate targets to be counted by UN Climate Change before Cop26, but some major emitters’ are still missing The post China, India miss UN’s extended deadline for climate pledges appeared first on Climate Home News.

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Coal divisions put Cop26 in jeopardy – Climate Weekly

Sign up to get our weekly newsletter straight to your inbox, plus breaking news, investigations and extra bulletins from key events The post Coal divisions put Cop26 in jeopardy – Climate Weekly appeared first on Climate Home News.

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Around the world, climate change committees are steering government action

Representatives of 22 official climate advisory bodies – from Chile to New Zealand – got together on Zoom to compare notes The post Around the world, climate change committees are steering government action appeared first on Climate Home News.

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Ethiopia to shift from beef to chicken production under updated

The government is promoting smaller livestock to limit the rise of methane emissions, in a plan that is 80% dependent on international finance The post Ethiopia to shift from beef to chicken production under updated climate plan appeared first on Climate Home News.

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Drought and water mismanagement spark deadly protests in Iran

The driest conditions in 53 years have brought chronic mismanagement of water resources to crisis point, with at least eight people killed in protests against the regime The post Drought and water mismanagement spark deadly protests in Iran appeared first on Climate Home News.

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South Africa proposes global goal for adaptation at pre-Cop26 ministerial

Environment minister Barbara Creecy called for quantifiable improvements in resilience to climate impacts, to give the adaptation agenda the same weight as emissions cuts The post South Africa proposes global goal for adaptation at pre-Cop26 ministerial appeared first on Climate Home News.

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G20 climate and energy ministers split over coal exit

China, Russia and India are among countries resisting a timeline to phase out coal power generation, leaving it to leaders to resolve the impasse The post G20 climate and energy ministers split over coal exit appeared first on Climate Home News.

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Indonesia to burn coal well into the 2050s, under updated

The world’s second biggest coal producing country is depending on carbon capture to keep the industry alive in its “low carbon” scenario The post Indonesia to burn coal well into the 2050s, under updated climate plan appeared first on Climate Home News.

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Preparing for the unprecedented – Climate Weekly

Sign up to get our weekly newsletter straight to your inbox, plus breaking news, investigations and extra bulletins from key events The post Preparing for the unprecedented – Climate Weekly appeared first on Climate Home News.

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Weatherwatch: Cardiff taps into its subterranean heat

Pioneering scheme in Welsh capital uses groundwater boreholes to take advantage of urban warmthThe air in urban areas can be up to 3C (5.4F) warmer than in the surrounding countryside, known as the urban heat island effect. But less well known is that urban heating also warms the ground, and…

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Wildfires reach outskirts of Athens during scorching heatwave

Residents north of Greek capital evacuated, while 42C heat forces Acropolis to reduce opening hoursThousands of people have fled their homes north of Athens after a forest wildfire reached residential areas. The hurried evacuations took place just as Greece grappled with its worst heatwave in decades.The blaze sent a huge…

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Boris Johnson ‘missing in action’ ahead of vital climate talks,

Exclusive: Labour leader says prime minister’s lack of ambition risks failure of Cop26 Opinion: Britain could be taking the lead in tackling the climate crisis. Where’s the ambition?Vital UN climate talks are at risk of failure because Boris Johnson is “missing in action” while his climate spokesperson talks about freezing…

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Britain could be taking the lead in tackling the climate

Ahead of Cop26, the Tories are failing to act on their promises. Labour’s bold green recovery plan shows what could be doneBoris Johnson ‘missing in action’ ahead of vital climate talks, says Keir StarmerIt used to be said of a good politician that they were able to make the weather.…

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‘What’s the fuss? No fuss!’: readers on their electric vehicles

A smooth, clean ride, no shortage of charging points and money saved are points highlighted by EV ownersThe government’s climate spokesperson, Allegra Stratton, has said that a diesel car suits her better than an electric, citing the time it takes to stop and recharge on a long journey.Five Guardian readers…

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Nothin to be gained by policin speakin | Brief letters

Country diary | Climate crisis | Class and accent | Throw of the dice | Mixed-up namesWhen I taught a lunchtime literature class for overseas students, I sometimes turned to your country diary as a model of good prose – lucid, lyrical and unforced. Now retired, I still enjoy reading…

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Reforestation hopes threaten global food security, Oxfam warns

Over-reliance on tree-planting to offset carbon emissions could push food prices up 80% by 2050Governments and businesses hoping to plant trees and restore forests in order to reach net-zero emissions must sharply limit such efforts to avoid driving up food prices in the developing world, the charity Oxfam has warned.Planting…

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Wildfire fighters advance against biggest US blaze amid dire warnings

Oregon’s Bootleg fire 84% contained but parched conditions raise risk of new ignitionsFirefighters made progress battling some of the largest fires burning across the west, but dangers of flare-ups and new ignitions remain amid hot, dry conditions that will bake the parched landscape.Nine large fires have collectively burned more than…

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Climate crisis: Siberian heatwave led to new methane emissions, study

Leak of potent greenhouse gas is currently small but further research is urgently needed, say scientistsThe Siberian heatwave of 2020 led to new methane emissions from the permafrost, according to research. Emissions of the potent greenhouse gas are currently small, the scientists said, but further research is urgently needed.Analysis of…

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Four key environmental battlegrounds on the agenda as Australia’s parliament

From fracking in the Beetaloo Basin to using the country’s green bank to underwrite gas-fired power plants, several heavily contested climate and environment policies are on the agendaSeveral heavily contested climate and environment policies remain unresolved as federal parliament returns on Tuesday, and may again be the focus of debate…

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Excerpt: 10 cities most affected by rising sea levels, Two

 “Ground Report | New Delhi: 10 cities most affected by rising sea levels; Climate change has numerous consequences on the daily lives of many people, but few are as palpable as rising sea levels. Many coastal communities around the world already live with the permanent threat of floods, which, driven…

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Excerpt: What the Exxon Tapes Reveal About the American Petroleum

 Senior ExxonMobil lobbyists were recently exposed by undercover reporting from UnEarthed, an investigative journalism project of Greenpeace, which captured footage of the employees explaining how the oil giant influences policy makers using trade associations like the American Petroleum Institute (API).The undercover footage revealed Exxon lobbyists boasting about wins for the…

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Lack of a carbon price exposes our industries: Letter to

“Now that the US and the European Union are contemplating carbon adjustment duties on goods involving high carbon emissions in their production when no carbon price is imposed by the source nation, the lack of an Australian carbon price exposes energy-intensive industries, including those which could, but are not yet,…

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Alan Kohler: Scott Morrison, the Murdochs and the crime of

 “It’s not entirely Scott Morrison’s fault that he managed to look like a dissembling idiot at President Joe Biden’s leader’s summit on climate change last week.He probably hasn’t read a word of the science about global warming and the grim future that awaits his children and grandchildren.That’s not an excuse,…

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Opinion: No gas-led recovery thanks, we need clean energy :

 “The Morrison-McCormack government is planning a massive expansion of the gas industry as a way to recover from COVID-19. However, a gas-led recovery is not the way to go. It’s the way to lock Australia into a climate-destroying, fossil-fueled disaster.A recovery should, if the science is respected as it is…

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Coalition quietly adds fossil fuel industry leaders to emissions reduction

“The Morrison government has quietly appointed fossil fuel industry leaders and a controversial economist to a committee responsible for ensuring the integrity of projects that get climate funding.Critics have raised concerns about whether some appointees to the Emissions Reduction Assurance Committee may have a potential conflict of interest that could…

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Climate and Covid-19: converging crisis (excerpt): The Lancet

“That health and climate change are interwoven is widely accepted, with extensive evidence of their interactions. For the past 5 years, the Lancet Countdown on Health and Climate Change has monitored and reported more than 40 global indicators that measure the impact of our changing climate on health. The newly…

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Looking Ahead to 2021: COP26, Clean Air, and Biden’s Next

President-elect Joe Biden delivers remarks about the U.S. economy during a press briefing at the Queen Theater on Nov. 16, 2020 in Wilmington, Delaware. Credit: Joe Raedle/Getty Images”Biden’s next steps If winning the U.S. election wasn’t exactly straightforward, Joe Biden now has a mountain to climb. He takes over the White House from…

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Impacts of Climate Change as Drivers of Migration (excerpt): Migration

A family in Pakistan walks through flooded streets. (Photo: Asian Development Bank)”Future Projections and Prospects This article has provided an overview of the major strands of research on climate change-induced migration. Returning to the question posed at the beginning, how likely is it that we will witness mass migration as result of…

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How The Fracking Revolution Is Killing the U.S. Oil and

“Competition from Renewables At the same time, cheap renewable energy is out-competing gas. A new report released in December by industry analysts Wood MacKenzie predicts that “More than 75% of new liquefied natural gas global supply could be at risk due to competition from renewable energy.” In December, the Energy Information Administration (EIA)…

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‘As You Sow’ Files Climate-Focused Resolutions with Goldman Sachs, Citigroup,

Shareholder advocate As You Sow, along with several investors, recently filed climate-focused resolutions with a large segment of the U.S. banking industry, including JPMorgan Chase, Wells Fargo, Bank of America, Goldman Sachs, and Citigroup. As You Sow is joined by investors such as Mercy Investment Services, Arjuna Capital, Boston Trust Walden, Presbyterian Church USA, and Boston…

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Nestlé’s Largest Investment in Renewable Energy is New Texas Solar

Nestlé has announced it will be the sole tax equity investor for the 250 MWac Taygete I Energy Project located in Pecos County, Texas. The post Nestlé’s Largest Investment in Renewable Energy is New Texas Solar Project appeared first on Environment + Energy Leader.

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100% of Keurig Dr Pepper K-Cup Pods are Now Recyclable

Keurig Dr Pepper has just announced that all of the K-Cup pods the company produces are now recyclable.    The post 100% of Keurig Dr Pepper K-Cup Pods are Now Recyclable appeared first on Environment + Energy Leader.

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Veolia North America Launches Recycling Program for Wind Turbines

Veolia North America (VNA) will now recycle blades removed from its US-based onshore turbines during upgrades and repowering efforts. The post Veolia North America Launches Recycling Program for Wind Turbines appeared first on Environment + Energy Leader.

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CDP Sees 45% Increase in Number of Companies on its

Over 300 companies including AstraZeneca, Danone, Firmenich, HP Inc, KAO Corporation, Klabin S/A, Mars, Symrise AG, and Mitsubishi Electric have today been named on this year’s “A List” by environmental non-profit CDP. The post CDP Sees 45% Increase in Number of Companies on its ‘A List’ for Environmental Action appeared first on Environment + Energy Leader.

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There are a variety of carbon dioxide removal strategies in different stages of development, and varying in cost benefits and risks. CDR approaches that employ…

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The Virtual Reality Climate Research Centre has been developed by the Climate Change Institute. It uses the new medium of VR technology to help research…

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The Earth’s climate has changed throughout history. Just in the last 650,000 years there have been seven cycles of glacial advance and retreat, with the…

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This project involves building a system of catchments, pumps, pipelines and dams. This would take water from abundant sources in Australia’s north to the dry…

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The Other Solar Power: How Scientists Are Making Fuel From

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How This Texas Ikea Earned LEED Gold Certification

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Now Under Construction: Rhode Island’s Largest Single Rooftop Solar Project

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What is the Paris Climate Agreement? A Summary (2021)

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As California’s drought deepens, water use drops only 1.8%

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2nd EU Clean Air Forum (Bratislava, 28-29 November 2019) –

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From the Editor: Congrats to the 2020 E+E 100 Honorees!

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Why Light Pollution is a Crucial Test of Humanity’s Problem-Solving

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The effects of anthropogenic and volcanic aerosols and greenhouse gases

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Preparing for the unprecedented – Climate Weekly

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Coalition Sues to Block Trump’s “Scorched-Earth Attack” on Bedrock Environmental

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DOE Proposal to Categorically Exclude Natural Gas Exports is Fatally

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The Science Behind Cancer, Roundup Herbicide and Bayer’s $10 Billion

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Gas dilemma – Climate Weekly

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ILST Ghengis Khan slowed global warming

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Environmental Footprint Conference – part 3

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100% of Keurig Dr Pepper K-Cup Pods are Now Recyclable

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GWPF Launches “Energy For Africa” Week

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Impacts of Climate Change as Drivers of Migration (excerpt): Migration

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20-minute neighbourhoods are ‘gaining traction across government’

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