In Held v. Montana, Young People Sue Montana Over Use of Fossil Fuels – The New York Times
Sixteen young Montanans have sued their state, arguing that its support of fossil fuels violates the state Constitution. KALISPELL, Mont. — Badge and Lander Busse tromped into the forest behind their house on a snowy Sunday in March, their three…
A UK citizen’s assembly on nature gives us hope, but can we really change? | Sarah Hudston
The People’s Plan for Nature, launched on Thursday, sets out the public’s recommendations for reversing massive declines in Britain’s nature. One hundred people were invited to come together, in a citizens’ assembly, to agree on a plan for how to…
Decline of more than 500 species of marine life on Australian reefs ‘the tip of the iceberg’, study finds
More than 500 common species of fish, seaweed, coral and invertebrates that live on reefs around Australia have declined in the past decade, a study has found, as experts warn “not all is well in the ocean”. Global heating was…
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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‘More Bulls—‘: Dem Congressman Shreds Biden For Green Energy Hypocrisy
Democratic Maine Rep. Jared Golden blasted the Biden administration for targeting his state’s lobster industry with eco regulations while ignoring the environmental impacts of offshore wind projects. In an interview with Fox News Digital, Golden said the federal government has held…
8th Annual Ocean Conference Raises $20 Billion, And Pledges For Marine Protection
By Elizabeth Claire Alberts International delegates attending the eighth annual Our Ocean Conference in Panama March 2-3 have pledged billions to protect the world’s oceans. Participants made 341 commitments worth nearly $20 billion, including funding for expanding and improving marine protected areas and biodiversity corridors. Previous Our Ocean conferences have generated more than 1,800 commitments […]
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The Next Frontier in Farming? The Ocean. – The New York Times
Climate correspondent Somini Sengupta reported from South Korea with photographer Chang W. Lee, who also traveled to Australia. March 15, 2023 For centuries, it’s been treasured in kitchens in Asia and neglected almost everywhere else: Those glistening ribbons of seaweed…