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UK Ditching Net-Zero Red Tape As Britain Returns To Coal

Fossil fuel power plants are set to be temporarily freed from planned checks on their emissions in a scramble to prevent blackouts as Britain turns back to coal. Coal and gas stations providing backup supply in 2023 will not have…

The Monday After: Getting historical perspective on climate change – Canton Repository

Climate change has been one of the most debated environmental issues in the world during recent years. In Canton it isn’t a new discussion. Articles about the changing climate have been printed on pages of The Canton Repository for nearly…

BBC Climate Protest Coverage Slammed As ‘Activism’ Not Journalism

Political commentator Darren Grimes has slammed the work of climate editor Justin Rowlatt and suggested his stance on the group’s mission compromises his impartiality – a concession that, given he is part of a public broadcaster, is in the eyes…

Ministers advance bill aimed at cutting global warming emissions by 27% by 2030 – The Times of Israel

Ministers advance bill aimed at cutting global warming emissions by 27% by 2030 | The Times of Israel Advertisement Sue Surkes is The Times of Israel’s environment reporter. The Ministerial Committee for Legislation has approved Environmental Protection Minister Tamar Zandberg’s…

Granderson: GOP denial will add to climate change body count – Los Angeles Times

You know, in all the times I’ve seen “The Godfather” — and I’ve watched that 1972 classic quite a bit — it never occurred to me that one day the Luca Brasis of the world could no longer be sent…

Siblicide: An Inextricable Behavior in Birds?

by Mike Fitz Watching unfiltered footage of wild animals on explore.org means that we’ll inevitably witness nature’s harsh realities. Bears strip the skin off of living salmon. Lions subdue zebras. A python snares an unsuspecting bird from its perch. Falcons…

Glass of Norwegian? Global warming brings a new wine to the table – The Times

Chablis, champagne or Château Sognefjord? A vineyard nestled on the banks of Norway’s largest fjord says it is ready to sell its wine to the world thanks to eight years of experiments and the effects of global warming. Bjorn Bergum,…

The story that generated more letters than the Oscars slap – Los Angeles Times

Big thanks to Mary McNamara for writing about our lack of attention on the most pressing issue for all humans on the planet [“Quit Fiddlin’ While Earth Burns,” April 8]. I have been wandering around feeling like Debbie Downer because…

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