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Do we already have a “miracle” fix for climate change? – Inverse

With climate change, the science is clear. We know, with certainty, that we are hurtling toward multiple environmental and human catastrophes. We can no longer debate the science. Yet for some people, science-based arguments will never be enough. After all,…

He Finally Located Source of Mysterious Sound–A New Frog Species Named After His Rewilding Quest in Costa Rica

A nature-lover’s well-trained ears led to the discovery of a new species of frog, after the Costa Rican man searched for six months to find the source of a mysterious sound. The tiny green frog was discovered by Donald Valera Soto, a naturalist and co-owner of Tapir Valley Nature Reserve, a cattle ranch that he […]

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‘It makes climate change real’: How carbon emissions got rebranded as ‘pollution’ – Grist

What do you think of when you hear the word “pollution” — a city smothered in smog, a beach strewn with trash, factories pumping out dark clouds? Now try to picture “carbon emissions.” See anything? Probably not, since carbon dioxide…

Book Shows Danger of Global Warming – EIN News

A reminder of the immediate problem climate change poses for the planet PEMBERTON, NEW JERSEY, UNITED STATES, September 9, 2022 /EINPresswire.com/ — Global Warming: A Real Threat is a Duncan Ewing book that reminds us of a looming threat: the…

Greenpeace Cofounder Says Climate Change Based On False Narratives

Patrick Moore [pictured], one of the founders of Greenpeace, said in an email obtained by The Epoch Times that his reasons for leaving Greenpeace were very clear: “Greenpeace was ‘hijacked’ by the political left when they realized there was money…

Comment: Facing up to crisis: Inaction on global warming is a form of Russian roulette – Times Colonist

Heat records are being broken — in some cases shattered by several degrees — around the world, including in England this summer, in northern India in March and April, and in British Columbia and the Pacific Northwest during June 2021. “I…

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