Please help keep this Site Going

Menopausal Mother Nature

News about Climate Change and our Planet

cement

How we can keep global warming below the 1.5 degrees Celsius goal – The Washington Post

Keeping warming this low will help save the world’s coral reefs, preserve the Arctic’s protective sea ice layer and could avoid further destabilizing Antarctica and Greenland, staving off dramatic sea level rise. But with the world having already warmed by…

Australia and Negotiations for a Global Plastics Treaty and reduce plastic pollution in the marine environment

Photo by IISD/ENB The final resolution at the United Nations Environment Assembly 21 February – 4 March 2022 was to develop a Global Plastics Treaty and to set up an Intergovernmental Negotiating Committee to develop an internationally legally binding instrument…

COP27: How The UN Is Keeping The Poor Poor

Even as we give thanks today for the wonderful benefits of a freedom-based political and economic system, the UN’s big annual “climate” conference, this year going by the moniker COP-27, has only recently wound up. As with almost everything the…

Not ‘Green’ At All: How Renewables Destroy The Natural Environment

‘Green’ policies are destroying the natural environment and changing local weather. This is part of a futile United Nations scheme claiming to improve the climate of the world. All green energy degrades the environment. Take wind power. Wind turbines steal…

Energy security, despondency on global warming targets in focus at COP27: ReNew Power head Sumant Sinha – Moneycontrol

The 27th Conference of the Parties to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNCC), known as COP27, started in Egypt on November 6. It has greater corporate participation this year, signalling the realisation that while governments make the…

Global warming forces Kashmir farmers to grow saffron indoors – RFI English

Issued on: 13/11/2022 – 10:13 Farmers in Kashmir are experimenting with new techniques for growing saffron as global warming stunts traditional production of the world’s most expensive spice in the Himalayan foothills. Advertising Read more Research is in full swing in Indian-administered…

Guest Post: Global carbon emissions at record levels with no signs of shrinking, new data shows. Humanity has a monumental task ahead

Marcin Jozwiak/Unsplash, CC BY Pep Canadell, CSIRO; Corinne Le Quéré, University of East Anglia; Glen Peters, Center for International Climate and Environment Research – Oslo; Judith Hauck, Universität Bremen; Julia Pongratz, Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich; Philippe Ciais, Commissariat à…

Please help keep this Site Going