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How Greenpeace Co-Opted An Already Biased BBC

The BBC runs – at our expense – probably the largest and best-resourced newsroom in the world. So how is it using its journalistic muscle? Its latest ruse is to go into partnership with … Greenpeace. The target of this initiative…

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AGRICULTURE: Climate change is coming for the wine industry

It may be a good time to start stocking up on your favorite merlot or chardonnay — even the wine industry isn’t safe from climate change, research suggests. The effects of rising temperatures have already caused some noticeable shifts in the grape business, opening up new growing areas in some parts of the world and threatening others.

A Tale Of Two Earths: Trump Vs. Thunberg

In some ways, it hardly seems like a fair fight: the leader of the free world and the ultimate alpha male, Donald J. Trump, versus a slim, awkward 17-year-old Swedish schoolgirl, Greta Thunberg. Even so, they both swaggered into the…

Prince Charles Flies 16,000 Miles On Private Jets Before Posing With Greta

Prince Charles was last night facing embarrassment after taking a series of private jet flights while lecturing world leaders about climate change. On a trip to the World Economic Forum in Davos last week, the Prince met activist Greta Thunberg…

Taro Takahashi selected as first recipient of the Wallace S. Broecker medal

(The Oceanography Society) The Oceanography Society proudly announces that Dr. Taro Takahashi (deceased 12/3/19) has been selected as the first recipient of the Wallace S. Broecker Medal. Dr. Takahashi’s six-decade research career cemented the understanding of global ocean uptake of anthropogenic carbon dioxide emissions and the biogeochemistry that drives it. He is remembered as an excellent mentor to his colleagues and junior scientists, as well as for his strong conviction that community service is an important part research.

Let’s Celebrate Global Cooling and Fix Global Warming – Yahoo Canada Finance

(Bloomberg Opinion) — Since the 19th century, temperatures have been falling. I was as surprised as you. As it turns out, this isn’t about the climate for once, but about human body temperatures. On average, millennials in the U.S. today…

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We can’t trust the billionaires of Davos to solve a climate crisis they created | Payal Parekh

This week, among the private chalets and deep snow of Davos, the world’s leading politicians and businesspeople have been spending their time at the World Economic Forum (WEF), and they’ve been talking about the climate crisis. Greta Thunberg and Prince…

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The VIPs in Davos Just Got a Cold, Hard Dose of Global Warming Reality. Will It Take? – Natural Resources Defense Council

Protesters gather at the office of BlackRock in 2019 to demand that the firm stop funding fossil fuel companies. Steve Sanchez/Alamy Stock Photo Acknowledging that “climate risk is investment risk,” Fink cited his fiduciary duty to clients in announcing that…

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EMISSIONS: Rolls-Royce CEO: Aviation risks becoming climate ‘villain’

Rolls-Royce Holdings PLC Chief Executive Officer Warren East warned that the aviation industry faces a damaging backlash from the public and regulators if it fails to step up efforts to slash carbon emissions.