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France’s Macron Calls Amazon Fires an International Emergency

French President Emmanuel Macron said on Thursday that the fires raging in the Amazon rain forest are an international emergency and called for the situation to be discussed at the G7 summit. “The Amazon rain forest – the lungs which…

What’s The Real Reason Walmart Is Suing Tesla?

As we know, Walmart has sued Tesla over solar panels catching fire, but is it really Tesla’s fault? If a company makes a product, sells it, maintains the, but the owner doesn’t take care of the property around it, shouldn’t it be the responsibility of the owner and not the company making the product

Hyundai & Kia Create Great Electric Vehicles, But Where Are The Battery Contracts?

The Hyundai Kona EV and Kia Niro EV have won a lot of praise, as well as prestigious awards. The Kona EV even won the 2019 CleanTechnica Car of the Year award. These vehicles, as well as some other EV offerings from the companies, are stylish, offer long range, and come with creature comforts you’d expect in their price range

BBC Alarmism: Climate Change Could Expose More Underwater Wrecks And Ruins

Today’s silly story comes from BBC News (where else?) More ancient monuments and historic ruins will be uncovered as extreme weather caused by climate change gets more frequent, an expert has said. The remains of a shipwreck off the Abergele…

Bernie Unveils $16 Trillion Climate Change Plan, 100% Renewable Power By 2030

Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders introduced a $16.3-trillion plan similar to the Green New Deal on Thursday, which he says will create 20 million jobs. The plan aims to make 100% of energy for U.S. electricity and transportation renewable by…

How to Rebound After a Disaster: Move, Don’t Rebuild, Research Suggests

Want climate news in your inbox? Sign up here for Climate Fwd:, our email newsletter. What should communities do as climate change escalates threats like sea-level rise? Until now, much of the focus has been on disaster response, with very…


Zaha Hadid Architects undulating riverside promenade doubles as a flood barrier in Hamburg

Zaha Hadid Architects has raised both the cultural cachet and the storm surge barriers in the German city of Hamburg with their recently completed upgrade to the Elbe River promenade and flood barrier at Niederhafen. Designed with an undulating shape that mimics the ebb and flow of tides, the revamped promenade reconnects the river to the surrounding urban fabric and boosts the popular riverside walkway appeal with a modern redesign large enough to accommodate a wide variety of groups, from pedestrians…