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WATCH: Chellie Pingree, Jay Allen Square Off On Race, Global Warming In Maine Public’s Debate – Maine Public

U.S. Rep. Chellie Pingree, a Democrat, and GOP challenger Jay Allen squared off in Augusta last night at a Maine Public 1st District debate that largely reflected the country’s partisan divide fundamental issues. Allen argued, for instance, that there is…

New national poll: Young Americans favor reforms

(University of Massachusetts Lowell) The time has come for reform on how the United States deals with the electoral process, the environment and social justice, according to a new national poll released today by the UMass Lowell Center for Public Opinion that takes an in-depth look at the views of Americans age 18 to 39.

Eco-Activists’ Well-Funded War On Pennsylvania’s Energy Industry

Summary: The Keystone State, an oil and natural gas powerhouse, is under siege by an alliance of well-organized, well-funded “green” activists. From cap-and-trade schemes meant to bleed ratepayers dry to fracking bans on one of Pennsylvania’s most vital industries, the…

Amy Coney Barrett refuses to tell Kamala Harris if she thinks climate change is happening

Supreme court nominee Amy Coney Barrett refused to say whether she accepts the science of climate change, under questioning from Kamala Harris, saying she lacked the expertise to know for sure and calling it a topic too controversial to get…


The Biden-Harris Energy Plan Is About Hoodwinking Voters

Last year, the Democratic Party’s elective brain transplant edged toward the first incision. On the operating table lay the party’s establishment, its skull encircled neatly with cut-here lines. The donor’s brain was that of Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.), connecting the…

The Real ‘Climate Crisis’ Is At The World Economic Forum

No, I’m not talking about some make-believe super hurricane, tornado, heatwave, drought, or flood that alarmists talk about but which never happens. I’m talking about the World Economic Forum that met in June 2020. It appears that the most powerful…

Study shows how climate impacts food webs, poses socioeconomic threat in Eastern Africa

(University of Kentucky) For the first time, a research team has obtained high resolution sedimentary core samples from Lake Tanganyika. The samples show that high frequency variability in climate can lead to major disruptions in how the lake’s food web functions. The changes could put millions of people at risk who rely on the lake for food security. The team says the findings are a critical building block toward research-informed policymaking in the Lake Tanganyika region.

Scientists Discover a New Way to Save Endangered Baby Sea Turtles Using GPS

By placing 3D-printed and GPS-enabled decoy sea turtle eggs into nests on the beach, it could be possible to gather key evidence needed to expose illegal trade of the eggs. This is the finding of a new study published in the journal Current Biology. According to a release from Cell Press, the researchers specifically tested how […]

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Can Scott’s Global Warming Solutions Act veto fuel Zuckerman’s challenge? –

Gov. Phil Scott, left, is ahead in the polls against Lt. Gov. David Zuckerman, but will Scott’s veto of the Global Warming Solutions Act tip that balance? Photos by Mike Dougherty/VTDigger On the evening of Sept. 15, just after the…

Fracking Takes Center Stage In Debate Over Energy, Climate Change

President Trump and Joseph R. Biden have been talking about fracking on the campaign trail, but it’s about more than hydraulic fracturing. They’re talking about the future of U.S. energy. The engineering feat that transformed a nation once dependent upon…