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Sen. Cory ‘Save The Whales’ Booker Silent On NJ Whale Deaths, Offshore Wind

Sen. Cory Booker, D-N.J., has been silent on the recent surge in whale deaths along the coastlines of his home state New Jersey and a handful of other East Coast states despite his previous advocacy for whale protections. Booker’s office…

Brown gold: the great American manure rush begins

On an early August afternoon at Pinnacle Dairy, a farm located near the middle of California’s long Central Valley, 1,300 Jersey cows idle in the shade of open-air barns. Above them whir fans the size of satellites, circulating a breeze…

Editorial: The healing of the ozone layer gives hope, but addressing climate change will be harder – Los Angeles Times

Now for some good news about our planet: The ozone layer is healing. A recent United Nations-backed assessment found continued progress in the global effort to repair the shield-like layer high up in the stratosphere that protects Earth and its…

Chubb Review into the integrity of Australian Carbon Offsets sends mixed messages

Chubb review into the integrity of carbon offsets ignores the elephant in the room argues the Climate Council: too many major emitters are buying ACCUs so that they can continue to pollute as usual. “The Chubb Review has provided some…

Clarified: Which technologies will help us fight climate change? – KCRA Sacramento

using the strength of the sun is raised to supply energy grids, powering airplanes with plants and waste, creating *** source of near limitless energy that mimics the stars in the sky. These all might sound like science fiction concepts…

‘We Quit’: Extinction Rebellion Vows to Halt Disruptive Protests. So What’s Next? – InsideClimate News

Extinction Rebellion protesters block Lambeth Bridge on April 10, 2022 in London, England. Credit: Hollie Adams/Getty Images A prominent climate advocacy group in the United Kingdom says it will temporarily pause disruptive protests this year, acknowledging that some of the…

3 trends to watch in U.S. climate policy in 2023 – The Washington Post

Comment on this story Comment Gift Article Good morning and welcome back to The Climate 202! Happy new year. 🎉 While individual actions alone won’t solve the climate crisis, they can certainly help. So today, we’re sharing our climate-related New…

A choice for humanity: Need wide-spectrum strategies for reduction of Greenhouse Gas (GHG) to tackle climate c – Times of India

On November 6, addressing global leaders assembled at Red Sea resort town of Sharm El-Sheikh for COP27, the United Nations Secretary General, António Guterres, didn’t mince any words that’s usually the norm in the genteel world of diplomacy. “It is…

Op-Ed: Climate change efforts won’t work if they exclude people with disabilities – Los Angeles Times

At last month’s United Nations climate negotiations in Egypt, disability activists urged governments to include people with disabilities in their plans to address climate change. In response, the member states adopted an “overarching decision” and a climate action plan that…

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