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What Are The Easiest Materials to Recycle?

Have you ever stopped to think about what happens to the items you put out in your recycling bin? What about the ones you bring to a recycling center? Each goes through a process of collection, processing, and eventual reuse.Some items are more challenging to recycle than others. That’s why you start to run into […]

With a Warming Climate, Coastal Fog Around the World Is Declining – InsideClimate News

Fog is a defining element of summer in Santa Cruz, obscuring the view of day trippers descending the hills to the coast and prompting kids to bundle up to hop on their bikes for summer adventures. Its fingerprints are visible…

Greta Thunberg Didn’t Win The German Elections

Greta Thunberg is back in business. Previously slowed down by European pandemic restrictions, the Fridays For Future movement has now hit the streets, starting in Berlin. ‘We must not give up, there is no going back now,’ Thunberg told thousands of…

Biden administration releases alarming reports on climate change challenges – NBC News

WASHINGTON — Nearly two dozen federal agencies released reports Thursday identifying the major threats climate change poses to their departments and how they plan to respond, underscoring the enormous policy challenges the U.S. faces as the planet continues to warm….

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What Can You Do If Labor Shortages Pause Curbside Recycling In Your Community?

Labor shortages are hitting cities across the U.S. Waste and recycling is just one industry impacted by the lack of applicants. Jacksonville, Florida; New Orleans, Louisiana; Miami, Florida; Detroit, Michigan; and Northampton, Pennsylvania, are just a few cities struggling to find enough drivers for recycling and trash pick-ups in the past few months. Currently, more […]

Climate Activists Throw In The Towel, Admit Movement Has Failed

The progressive news blog Vox admitted Friday that the one-sided media coverage, one-sided student indoctrination, one-sided government propaganda, and an enormous funding-and-spending advantage have failed to carry the debate against Climate Realism. Summarizing the climate debate in one word, Vox…

White Noise of Flickering Screens Helps Children With Learning Difficulties to Read and Write Better, Says Study

Previous studies have shown that children with attention difficulties, including ADHD, solve cognitive tasks better when they are exposed to auditory white noise. However, this is the first time that such a link has been demonstrated between visual white noise and cognitive abilities such as memory, reading, and non-word decoding in children with reading and […]

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New York is finally getting serious on climate change | Opinion – The Journal News

The news about the effects of global warming comes in almost daily now — from the  UN Secretary General warning the world is on a “catastrophic pathway” with rising temperatures, a report from the World Bank predicting that 216 million people…

Couple Gives $100 Million to Conservation of 57,000 Square Miles of African Protected Areas

A South Africa-based nonprofit conservation group that manages 19 protected areas on the continent has secured a donation of $100,000,000. The grant from the Rob and Melani Walton Foundation was pledged to African Parks, which manages parks in eleven African countries One of the largest contributions ever made to conservation in Africa, this commitment will […]

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The horror of climate change in the west – Daily Pioneer

Before the fresh Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) report stirred all the minds concerned with the future of the planet, the mercury had reached 46.6 °C in the village of Lytton in the province of British Columbia in Canada,…

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