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Speed limits and global warming – Kitsap Sun

Peter K. Harris Every day this summer has told us about climate change. The human impacts are growing dramatically. Tens of thousands of people ran from the Caldor fire near Lake Tahoe. Hundreds of thousands ran from Hurricane Ida. Many…

A Fisherman’s Underwater Sculptures Have Stopped Illegal Trawling – Bringing Art and Biodiversity Back to Italian Bay

When Paolo Fanciulli dropped 39 large marble sculptures down to the bottom of the sea off Tuscany’s Maremma Regional Park, it was not his first strike in the battle against unsustainable fishing, but it was his first step into the art world. This fascinating story, at the heart of which is a fascinating and charismatic […]

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3 Win-Win-Win Steps For Seniors To Fight Climate Change – Forbes

Elders can lead the way to fight climate change and improve their health and financial security. getty A recent report from the United Nations warns that we’re running out of time to avoid catastrophic worldwide disruptions from global warming. The…

Janey Declares Heat Emergency In Boston, Blames Global Warming For Latest Scorcher – WBUR

Boston acting major Kim Janey this week declared a heat emergency and blamed the region’s latest heatwave on global warming. “Because the health impacts of climate change are here, impacting us today, Boston is expected to experience another round of record…

Smart Technology is Not Making Us Dumber After All, According to New Study

There are plenty of negatives associated with smart technology—texting and driving or blue light rays inhibiting sleep. But now we can be assured that the digital age is not making us dumber, according to a new study. While some might struggle to find places without Google Maps, the researchers found that the digital age is […]

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Heat wave: As B.C. bakes, what role does climate change play? – Global News

British Columbia is baking under extreme heat, with forecasts predicting the worst is yet to come. The unseasonably hot weather has many asking whether the heat wave can be attributed to climate change. Climatologists are wary of trying to attribute…

The deadly devastation of global warming – The Age

Federal Labor encourages us to get electric vehicles instead of using polluting, dirty, fossil fuel ones (The Age, 31/3), while its Victorian colleagues will slap a 2.5 cent per kilometre tax on the non-polluting EVs from July.John Merory, Ivanhoe No,…

Porkapalooza II: Biden Rolls Out $2.25T Spending Spree For Infrastructure

President Biden is rolling out a $2.25 trillion plan on Wednesday that would overhaul U.S. infrastructure such as roads and bridges, pour billions of dollars into retrofitting housing and transit with an eye toward climate change, and create new jobs…

Photo of Paralyzed Man Cleaning Plastic From India River Goes Viral –And He’s Showered With Gifts to Better His Life

A passion for photography has always possessed this young engineer from Kerala, India. Now he knows there was a purpose, after a photo he took while walking around his village ended up changing a man’s life and getting a shout-out from India’s prime minister. Carrying around a rented camera searching for stories, Nandu Ks found […]

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These Are the ‘Positive’ Tipping Points That Could Slow Global Warming – EcoWatch

<p>More than a tagline, a sense of resilience was palpable throughout the online event, from the festival’s stirring <a href=”https://www.wildandscenicfilmfestival.org/2021artwork/” target=”_blank”>poster art</a>, through the 100-plus documentaries that emphasized solutions, and even into the Zoom-based lobby, where attendees could drop in…

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