A new op-ed published at The Guardian, titled “We’ve overexploited the planet, now we need to change if we’re to survive,” promotes the United Nations’ Biodiversity Conference and plans to reduce food waste by reducing or eliminating the means to grow food. Under the byline “Addressing the twin challenges ofContinue Reading

The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) is announcing several new and expanded opportunities for climate-smart agriculture in 2022. Updates include nationwide availability of the Environmental Quality Incentives Program (EQIP) Conservation Incentive Contracts option. These improvements to NRCS’ working lands conservation programs, combined with continued programContinue Reading

A new paper from a climate scientist in Chile, claims that global warming (climate change) “poses an even graver threat to public safety” that the COVID-19 pandemic, basically calling for “authoritarian power” over “maintaining democracy and rights.” The paper’s author Ross Mittaga, calls for “authoritarian environmentalism” to address the allegedContinue Reading

Florida Agriculture Commissioner Nikki Fried is now challenging Ron DeSantis in 2022 and is making headlines for her stance and statements against oil drilling. This week Fried wrote to leaders of the Florida Department of Environmental Protection (FDEP) and the U.S. Department of the Interior’s National Park Service (NPS) urging rejection of TrendContinue Reading

Antarctica sets a record cold six month period as the Neumayer station sets new winter record low, sees rapid cooling since 2000 — the coldest since temperature measurements began some 60 years ago. The Amundsen Scott station at the South Pole recorded a mean temperature of -60.9°C for the AprilContinue Reading

With the pretext of “Global warming sceptics should be hiding in corners. But still some defend the indefensible,” Nick Cohen’s new post is titled “Climate change deniers are as slippery as those who justified the slave trade.” Cohen begins that “None seems as defeated as the global warming ‘deniers’ whoContinue Reading

Sydney-born inventor Saul Griffith explained how Australia can rapidly solve climate change, get to zero emissions during an interview with ABC. The price tag: $1 trillion. His message is simple: “electrify everything”. “If I had to choose the country for whom electrifying everything is the best economic win in the shortestContinue Reading

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Vox kicked off their strange attack on air conditioning with calls for a greener environment, but made bizarre turns, equating the techology with racism. “What if the most American symbol of unsustainable consumption isn’t the automobile, but the air conditioner? In cool indoor spaces, it’s easy to forget that billionsContinue Reading

Former President Barack Obama celebrated his 60th birthday on Saturday night, a party sparking a heightened divide between political parties and the wealthy elites and regular American citizens. Maskless guests, clearly not social distanced was excused away during a CNN as a “sophisticated vaccinated crowd” and the media ignored theContinue Reading

The Greenland Government announced that they will suspend all oil exploration off the the world’s largest island, calling it is “a natural step” because the government “takes the climate crisis seriously.” Greenland rests on vast oil reserves and sought to find more reserves offshore with hopes of subsidies from Denmark,Continue Reading

World leaders at the G7 Summit hosted by the UK in Cornwall, south-west England, concluded on Sunday with a plan to be setting out tough climate action targets and a restriction of the use of coal and fossil fuels. The leaders of the UK, the US, Canada, France, Germany Italy,Continue Reading

As a leading agency observing and understanding environmental changes to Earth, NASA has joined the National Climate Task Force. President Joe Biden issued an executive order Jan. 27, which initially outlined details of the task force. The administration’s climate agenda outlines putting climate at the center of the country’s foreign policy and nationalContinue Reading

In a new blog after his January 19 presentation for Friends of Science, explaining why there is “no climate emergency,” Dr. Roy Spencer points out that Canada is 50% cooler than the warming model simulations. “Canada has huge year-to-year variability in temperatures due to its strong continental climate. So, toContinue Reading

The American Medical Association (AMA) today applauded the Biden Administration’s first-day actions that tackle the COVID-19 pandemic and climate change, re-engage with the World Health Organization (WHO), and advance racial equity, among other policies. The executive orders, memoranda, and other actions are first steps on issues critical to improving theContinue Reading

President Joe Biden said in his inaugural address “democracy has prevailed” in a America amid the COVID pandemic and a political divide which resulted in the mob attack on the U.S. Capitol. Boden vowed to overcome divisions, declaring in his first address in office that “without unity, there is noContinue Reading

President-elect Joe Biden plans to take executive action to roll back some high profile executive orders, according to incoming chief of staff, Ron Klain, in a memo to senior staff. On Wednesday, following his inauguration, Biden will end Trump’s restriction on immigration to the US from some Muslim-majority countries, manyContinue Reading

During the virtual “Climate Ambition Summit,” co-hosted by the UN and UK, Secretary-General António Guterres issued the warning that the world is facing a catastrophe ahead as it is on track to warm by more than 30 C by the end of the century “unless all countries declare climate emergency.” Guterres wasContinue Reading

A new report from scientists claim that asbestos could be a key factor in battling global warming, through the reduction of carbon dioxide (CO2). The new article from Technology Review covers that work at Worcester Polytechnic Institute in Massachusetts, analyzing the “most common form of asbestos, chrysotile, a serpentine mineralContinue Reading