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In Mexico, fertilizer used by farmers is fueling climate change – Washington Post – The Washington Post

CIUDAD OBREGÓN, Mexico — In the foothills of the Sierra Madre mountains, the carcasses of starving cattle rotted in a bone-dry reservoir. Useless fishing nets hung on dusty fences. Rowboats were stranded in the sand. Down on the valley floor,…

The Amazon, a Counterweight to Global Warming, Is Under Assault – Undark Magazine

Jaim Teixeira surveys his property near Trairão, Brazil from the back of a motorcycle, wearing jeans and a long-sleeved, sun-proof shirt to shield him from the jungle’s breathtaking heat. It’s the end of the dry season and, like everything and everyone…

The Amazon is the Planet’s Counterweight to Global Warming, a Place of Stupefying Richness Under Rel… – InsideClimate News

Photography by Larry C. Price This article is part of a series produced in partnership with NBC News and Undark Magazine, a non-profit, editorially independent digital magazine exploring the intersection of science and society. TRAIRÃO, Brazil—Jaim Teixeira surveys his property from…

The Fishermen’s Climate Lawsuit Even The Fishermen Don’t Support

A surprising article from The Guardian has cast a spotlight on the discord in the Pacific Coast Federation of Fishermen’s Associations (PCFFA), a trade group of commercial fishermen and crabbers who filed a climate lawsuit three years ago. According to…

Climate change threatens the livelihoods of Maine’s lobstermen – The Boston Globe

The plentiful catch that brought wealth to fishing families is at risk, as climate change warms the Gulf of Maine. A way of life is on the line, but lobstermen can’t, or won’t, imagine another. Story by Penelope Overton, Portland…

Ten Years After a Tsunami Devastated Eastern Japan, a 1,000km Hiking Trail Reclaims the Coast

Ten years after the Tōhoku earthquake and tsunami hit eastern Japan and knocked the Fukushima Daichi nuclear plant into meltdown, a new 1,000 kilometer hiking trail, spanning the length of the island of Honshu, is revitalizing local communities. The Michinoku Costal Trail offers stunning views of the Pacific, including rugged, rocky coastline, Japan’s highest cliffs, fertile seas […]

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Biden’s Offshore Wind Folly Is A Waste Of Energy (And Money)

After realizing that offshore wind turbines only supply about two percent of all US grid energy (and about one percent worldwide), the Biden administration has decided it needs a big push. It hasn’t cogitated that just maybe there’s a reason for this. There is: it’s called “physics.” The administration’s goal…

Surviving the Nazis and Fire, 2000-Year-old Caligula Mosaic Finally Returns to Museum

Built in the Roman Empire, buried for two millennia under a lake, uncovered by a dictator, then stolen by the Nazis, recovered—only to be sold as a coffee table in a Park Avenue apartment, the whirlwind life of a Caligula-era mosaic has finally reached its appropriate conclusion, with the stunning piece going on display in […]

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A 15 Million-Acre Protected Superhighway Near Galapagos Was Just Created to Ban Fishing, Preserve Marine Life

Ecuadorian President Guillermo Lasso announced at the climate summit, COP 26 in Scotland, an expansion of the marine protections around the iconic Galápagos Islands by 23,000 square miles—nearly 15 million acres. Lasso also announced the creation a protected swimway from Galápagos all the way to Costa Rica, an underwater superhighway refuge for a variety of […]

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Some Questions On Climate Change For The COP26 Pseudoscientists

Since COP26 is mostly devoid of facts, I will provide some basic information that can be used to answer the questions that follow. Facts from the last 150 years: CO2 atmospheric content has increased from around 280 PPM to over…

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