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Climate change increases renters’ risks – Yale Climate Connections

In 2000, almost 8,000 affordable housing units in the United States were at risk from annual coastal flooding. By 2050, this number could rise to 24,518, according to a recent analysis by Climate Central. The nonprofit science-journalism organization found that…

New Scientific Scandal Shaking The Climate Alarmist Industry

As readers at this site are well aware, the field of climate “science” and alarmism is subject to an extraordinary degree of orthodoxy enforcement, where all information supporting the official narrative gets enthusiastically promoted, while all information disagreeing with the…

Be Afraid: Great Reset Shill Boris Johnson Wants To ‘Build Back Better’

Prime Minister Boris Johnson will launch his new legislative program this week with three words that ought to send a shiver down the spine: ‘Build Back Better.’ The phrase is, of course, code for a massive global power grab by the…

Climate Change May Have Pushed Ancient Humans Into Extinction – Now. Powered by – Now. Powered by Northrop Grumman.

Throughout Earth’s history, climate change has pushed animal and plant species into extinction. About 250 million years ago, global warming triggered by massive volcanic eruptions wiped out 96 percent of all marine species during the Permian period, as Science magazine…

Warp drives: Physicists give chances of faster-than-light space travel a boost

If humanity wants to travel between stars, people are going to need to travel faster than the fastest-moving stuff known in our universe: light. New research suggests that it might be possible to build warp drives and beat the galactic speed limit.


SUSTAINABILITY: Green investors seek to ‘change the DNA of the corporation’

Eight years ago, Delaware launched a bold experiment in corporate governance. The idea? Create a new type of for-profit business that could make it easier for participating companies to do right by the world.


CLIMATE IMPACTS: Nashville is booming. So is its flood risk

Nashville is among the nation’s fastest-growing cities: More affordable than New York or San Francisco, less sprawling than Atlanta or Phoenix, and increasingly attractive to global businesses and digital economy professionals.