Oliver Stone is half right regarding nuclear energy and climate change – The Hill
Oliver Stone is half right regarding nuclear energy and climate change | The Hill Skip to content Armin Weigel/dpa via AP The nuclear power plant Isar 2 is pictured in Essenbach, Germany, on March 3, 2022. German Chancellor Olaf Scholz…
New California bill could advance carbon removal while holding polluters accountable – The Hill
New California bill could advance carbon removal while holding polluters accountable | The Hill Skip to content FILE – Gen Nashimoto, of Luminalt, installs solar panels in Hayward, Calif., on April 29, 2020. Earlier this week, the newest report from…
Was âOumuamua a comet? Avi Loeb responds to new research
A March 22 study suggests that ‘Oumuamua, which passed us in 2017, was a comet from another solar system. Harvard astronomer Avi Loeb strongly disagrees.
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Brazil’s President Makes Good on Campaign Promise to Evict Miners from Indigenous Reserves in the Amazon
When President ‘Lula’ da Silva took office this year in Brazil, many environmental and indigenous rights groups hoped he would fulfill campaign promises of better protection for the Amazon rainforest and the people who live there. Nearly four months into his tenure and early signs are that Lula was telling the truth, as Brazilian police […]
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Meet the New Population-Control Movement – The Atlantic
Scolding regular people for contributing to climate change is out of fashion. But scolding people for making new people is, apparently, totally fine. Many climate activists say the worst thing an individual can do, from an emissions perspective, is have…
Researchers Develop Glowscope that Turns Smartphone into Sensitive Microscope Normally Costing $100,000
Researchers looking to help students at school have used low-cost materials like theater lighting filters to turn regular smartphone cameras into fluorescent microscopes. The resolution they say is around one-thousandth of a millimeter, but the cost reduction could literally be hundreds of thousands of US dollars. Called the “Glowscope” a team at the biology department […]
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UN warns of ‘rapidly closing’ window to avert global warming – The Hill
UN warns of ‘rapidly closing’ window to avert global warming | The Hill Skip to content AP Photo/Rick Bowmer Steam is emitted from smokestacks at a coal-fired power plant on Nov. 17, 2021, in Craig, Colo. A report from the…
Apple TV’s ‘Extrapolations’ and why it’s so hard to make shows about climate change – The Washington Post
In the second episode of Apple TV Plus’s new climate drama “Extrapolations,” a scientist sits in an underwater base, communicating with a humpback whale. The year is 2046 — all of the “Extrapolations” episodes are named after a year in…
The state of the climate in 2023 – BBC
In the last few years, the world has experienced extreme weather, record temperatures and rapid ice melt. Where are we on key climate indicators? This week the UN’s climate science body is releasing a major report on the climate changes…
How to use free satellite data to monitor natural disasters and environmental changes
Increasing availability of open-access data from government satellites have made it possible for everyone to gain insight into environmental changes underway