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

California’s regulation has led to “Electricity Woes” as UK energy expert Colin Robinson noted their “law of increasing intervention” but the Golden State is now rolling back regulations and suspending the authoritarian environmental rules. Facing a 3,500 MW shortfall in power generation capacity to meet current peak demand, and predictingContinue 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

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 leaked email and a closer look at interview footage and quotes point to a move by angry activists to target Michael Moore’s latest film, Planet of Humans, getting it removed from YouTube because, as Smith said he “wasn’t interested in negotiation” and did not agree with its message andContinue Reading

During NEWS TALK with Brandon & Bob this week the topic of George Floyd’s murder case turned some of the bizarre assertions by the media. One bizarre rant was from CNN’s Van Jones, who claimed white people have racist virus in their brain. Additionally, a new article attempted to linkContinue Reading

The article, titled “A New Weapon Against Climate Change May Float,” introduces many people to the offshore wind farm market, mostly installed countries like Britain, Germany, Denmark and China, which have large expanses of shallow water extending from their coasts. If platforms could be put almost anywhere at sea, “we canContinue Reading

The national politics continues to dominate the headlines and conversation and Democratic New York Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez revitalized the battle over her signature legislature, the Green New Deal, telling conservative columnist Jonah Goldberg Thursday “It does not have a price tag or CBO score and costs us $0 if passed.”Continue Reading

Official explained firefighters in the Florida Panhandle have been battling wildfires that forced some 1,600 people to evacuate from their homes, and a stretch of Interstate 10 remained closed in both directions Thursday afternoon due to smoke. Agriculture Commissioner Nikki Fried said in a news conference Thursday afternoon that fireContinue Reading

Kathy Castor

U.S. Rep. Kathy Castor (FL14) recently rallied with Gonzalo Valdes from Sierra Club Florida and Yaritza Perez from Ecomadres (Green Latinos/Moms Clean Air Force) to outline the steps needed to ensure a healthier future for all as temperatures climb and risks escalate – no matter what zip code you liveContinue Reading

A September 2014 sewer line break in St. Petersburg, Florida dumped 500,000 gallons untreated wastewater into neighborhoods and into Boca Ciega Bay and a team of University of South Florida (USF) researchers went to sample the waters and what they found was a little concerning. The lead researcher of a study published in theContinue Reading