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Common Clay in Kitty Litter Could Be the Friendliest Way to Cut Emissions and Fight Climate Change

MIT researchers have come up with a dirt-cheap solution to curbing methane emissions in the air—a major cause of global warming—using minerals commonly found in cat litter. Methane is a far more potent greenhouse gas than carbon dioxide, and is mostly being emitted by such sources as slash-and-burn agriculture, mining, and dairy farming. “A lot […]

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The Climate Scaremongers: Houston, We Have A Power Problem!

The following is excerpted from Paul Homewood’s weekly roundup of the climate doomsters. Homewood shows how Texas is facing power shortages thanks to a heatwave and low wind speeds. –CCD Ed. Just over a year ago, the Texas electricity system…

Conservationists Win Battle To Protect 1,000-Year-Old Forest From Wind Zealots

The German state of Hesse has one of Europe’s largest contiguous and undisturbed forest areas: the Reinhardswald, also known as the “treasure house of European forests” or the “Grimm’s fairytale forest.” The legal fight to rescue the treasured forest from…

Can we decarbonize surgical healthcare? – Popular Science

In 2021, President Biden pledged to cut domestic greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions 50 to 52 percent by 2030. To achieve this target, the administration intends to reduce tailpipe emissions and boost the efficiency of cars and trucks. Plans to decarbonize buildings by…

Policy, farm management help China mitigate climate change | Cornell Chronicle – Cornell Chronicle

Production of animal protein in China has increased by 800% over the past 40 years, driven by population growth, urbanization and higher worker wages. However, the amount of climate-warming nitrous oxide released from animal farming in the country has not…

Beyond Magical Thinking: Time to Get Real on Climate Change – Yale Environment 360

The UN’s first climate conference took place in 1992 in Rio de Janeiro, and in the intervening decades we have had a series of global meetings and countless assessments and studies. Annual climate change conferences began in 1995 (in Berlin)…

Climate change is already taking its toll on Spanish agriculture – hortidaily.com

Every year, 6% of the value of agricultural production in Spain is lost, more than 550 million euros. This is the result of the first major informative study, “The countdown is on. Impacts of climate change on Spanish agriculture,” carried…

Diving Heroes Find Woman’s 100-Year-old Wedding Ring After it Flew Off her Finger Into a River

A team of scuba diving heroes have reunited a grateful woman with her lost antique wedding ring after it flew off her finger—and into a river. Emma Lyon was watching a regatta from the banks of the River Great Ouse last Saturday when the 100-year-old jewelery flew into the water. The gold wedding ring had […]

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The long-run effects of climate change on the corporate sector | VOX, CEPR Policy Portal – voxeu.org

Climate change is one of the major structural challenges the global economy is currently facing (Blanchard and Tirole 2022), and economists are devoting a great effort to investigate its multifaceted implications (e.g. Weder di Mauro 2021). In particular, high temperatures…

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