Richard Primack Interview Bill and Dennis speak with PhD Biologist and Boston University professor Richard Primack about how climate change is causing cherry trees to blossom earlier than they have in the last 1200 years in Japan and Washington DC.
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6 Black climate change leaders you need to know: ‘We have to be active. It is literally a matter of life or death’RicardoJaramillo2021-06-23T19:15:20+00:00
6 Black climate change leaders you need to know: 'We have to be active. It is literally a matter of life or death' Catherine Clifford - Apr 22, 2021 People march during a rally against climate change, Sept. 21, 2014, in New York. Many of those with [...]
Pope launches green initiative, decrying "predatory attitude" toward planet Philip Pullella - May 25, 2021 Pope Francis leads the Pentecost Mass at St. Peter's Basilica at the Vatican May 23, 2021. REUTERS/Remo Casilli/File Photo Pope Francis launched an initiative on Tuesday to make Catholic institutions ranging from [...]
Climate justice, for the first time ever, is on the G7 agenda If rich countries want a livable planet for themselves, they'll have to pay what they promised. This weekend's summit will show whether they will. Mark Hertsgaard - Jun 12, 2021 Group of Seven leaders pose [...]
Couple's self-designed house helps keep carbon footprint small Jan Wilson - May 4, 2021 Jan Wilson, Bill Coluzzi and Coco We now live in a home in Asheville, North Carolina, that we designed. It has enough insulation and an overhanging roof, so that only fans are needed [...]
Florida’s Manatees Are Dying at an Alarming Rate Experts say starvation appears to be the main cause of death. Polluted waters are likely smothering the manatees’ favorite food: seagrass Alex Fox - June 14, 2021 Florida’s manatees are dying in droves. So far this year, a total [...]
Fire Destroyed 10 Percent of World’s Giant Sequoias Last Year—Can They Survive Climate Change? A new draft report suggests between 7,500 and 10,600 of the massive trees were killed by wildfire in 2020 Alex Fox - June 11, 2021 Last year, California’s Castle fire may have killed [...]
To Understand How Warming is Driving Harmful Algal Blooms, Look to Regional Patterns, Not Global TrendsRicardoJaramillo2021-06-23T19:33:00+00:00
To Understand How Warming is Driving Harmful Algal Blooms, Look to Regional Patterns, Not Global Trends Scientists have widely assumed that climate change is increasing algal blooms around the world. But a new study suggests a more nuanced relationship. Haley Dunleavy - June 16, 2021 Last month, [...]
With Climate Change-Fueled Hurricanes and Wildfire on the Horizon, a Trauma Expert Offers Ways to Protect Your Mental HealthRicardoJaramillo2021-06-23T19:35:38+00:00
Q&A: With Climate Change-Fueled Hurricanes and Wildfire on the Horizon, a Trauma Expert Offers Ways to Protect Your Mental Health Surviving repeated natural disasters can leave people depressed, anxious and at risk of post-traumatic stress. It helps to be prepared James Bruggers - June 12, 2021 Butch [...]
Extreme temperatures in the West to shatter records, raise alarm for wildfire conditions Kathryn Prociv and Jeremy Lewan - June 14, 2021 Things are heating up in parts of the country, as a prolonged heat event threatens long-standing records and endangers millions of Americans' safety. About 43 million [...]