Please help keep this Site Going

Menopausal Mother Nature

News about Climate Change and our Planet

tobacco

Cherokee ethnobiologist warns global warming could destroy traditional Native plants – cnhinews.com

TAHLEQUAH, Oklahoma – Traditional Indigenous agriculture and plants are under threat of extinction due to global warming, a Native scientist told an audience during the Cherokee National Holiday. Ethnobiology Manager Feather Smith, who works at the Cherokee Nation’s Heirloom Garden…

Ethnobiologist warns global warming could destroy traditional Native plants – Tahlequah Daily Press

Traditional agriculture and plants sprouted as a topic of discussion during the Cherokee Culture, Plants, and Symbology Presentation on Sept. 3, a part of the Cherokee National Holiday. Ethnobiology Manager Feather Smith works at the Cherokee Nation’s Heirloom Garden and…

Legalized marijuana is a global warming nightmare – Washington Examiner

Leaders in the Democratic Party are backing legislation to reduce carbon emissions. Some of them are also sponsoring bills that would expand the cannabis industry, ranging from the MORE Act to the Safe Banking Act and now the Cannabis Administration…

Citizens’ Climate Lobby: Climate change action can’t wait – HollandSentinel.com

The science is clear enough. The planet is warming. The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change lays that all out in their reporting. Their work presents a framework for understanding the data. You’ll encounter benchmarks like 1.5 degrees Celsius and 2.0…

Commentary: Failing to act on climate change is robbing future generations of choices – Yakima Herald-Republic

Things could have been so different. In June 1992, the Earth Summit in Rio de Janeiro created the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change and the Convention on Biological Diversity, launching the formal international mission to bring global warming…

Ashok Gadgil and Thomas Tomich: Failing to act on climate change is robbing future generations of choices – Chicago Tribune

Things could have been so different. In June 1992, the Earth Summit in Rio de Janeiro created the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change and the Convention on Biological Diversity, launching the formal international mission to bring global warming…

Smells Like History: Academics Recreate the Lost Smells of Europe for Museums

Sometimes, the most powerful jolt of nostalgia one can feel is that which comes after picking up the scent of something iconic of one’s childhood. Now, scientists are using artificial intelligence (AI) to research past and present smells of Europe to identify and trace their link to language, places, cultural practices and emotions, taking this […]

The post Smells Like History: Academics Recreate the Lost Smells of Europe for Museums appeared first on Good News Network.

Global warming and future pandemics – PRESSENZA – International News Agency

A study published in the journal Nature says that animal migration due to rising global temperatures and habitat destruction will lead to a “network of new viruses” that could affect human health. As a possible mitigation plan, they urge governments…

Artificial Photosynthesis Can Produce More Food in the Dark Than With Sunshine

Photosynthesis has evolved in plants for millions of years to turn water, carbon dioxide, and the energy from sunlight into plant biomass and the foods we eat. This process, however, is very inefficient, with only about 1% of the energy found in sunlight ending up in the plant. Scientists at UC Riverside and the University […]

The post Artificial Photosynthesis Can Produce More Food in the Dark Than With Sunshine appeared first on Good News Network.

“Preventing global warming”: Biden calls clean energy matter of national security – RTL Today

US President Joe Biden told a climate conference for major economies Friday that Russia’s war in Ukraine shows the shift to renewable energy is a matter of national security as well as key to preventing global warming. “Russia’s brutal and…

Please help keep this Site Going