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Climate change could displace 216 million people by 2050: New report

2021-09-15T11:01:18-05:00

Climate change could displace 216 million people by 2050: New report David Knowles, September 13, 2021 As the effects of climate change continue to worsen over the coming decades, an estimated 216 million people will be forced to [...]

Climate change could displace 216 million people by 2050: New report2021-09-15T11:01:18-05:00

Why the U.S. lags behind Europe on climate change goals ‘by 10 or 15 years’

2021-09-15T10:56:46-05:00

Why the U.S. lags behind Europe on climate change goals 'by 10 or 15 years' Melissa Rossi, September 13, 2021 BARCELONA — On Wednesday, the Biden administration unveiled a bold new blueprint showing how solar energy, [...]

Why the U.S. lags behind Europe on climate change goals ‘by 10 or 15 years’2021-09-15T10:56:46-05:00

Vermont sues 4 oil companies, alleges false info on climate

2021-09-15T10:42:55-05:00

Vermont sues 4 oil companies, alleges false info on climate Wilson Ring, September 14, 2021 BURLINGTON, Vt. (AP) — Vermont on Tuesday became the latest state to sue some of the country's top fossil fuel companies [...]

Vermont sues 4 oil companies, alleges false info on climate2021-09-15T10:42:55-05:00

75% of the Young People Around the World are Frightened of the Future Because of Climate Change

2021-09-15T10:25:51-05:00

75% of the Young People Around the World are Frightened of the Future Because of Climate Change Ciara Nugent, September 14, 2021 Students march on Westminster Bridge during the "Fridays for Future" climate change rally [...]

75% of the Young People Around the World are Frightened of the Future Because of Climate Change2021-09-15T10:25:51-05:00

Can carbon capture technology save the planet?

2021-09-13T10:23:49-05:00

Can carbon capture technology save the planet? Tim O'Donnell, September 13, 2021 Scientists are calling for drastic reductions in carbon in the atmosphere if we are to avoid the worst climate outcomes in the coming decades. Could [...]

Can carbon capture technology save the planet?2021-09-13T10:23:49-05:00

Rain fell on Greenland’s ice sheet for the first time ever known

2021-09-13T10:08:31-05:00

Rain fell on Greenland’s ice sheet for the first time ever known. Alarms should ring Kim Heacox, September 13, 2021 Many people believed he couldn’t do it. Ski across the Greenland ice sheet, a vast, unmapped, high-elevation [...]

Rain fell on Greenland’s ice sheet for the first time ever known2021-09-13T10:08:31-05:00

Hurricane Ida makes a mockery of big oil’s philanthropy

2021-09-13T09:59:05-05:00

Hurricane Ida makes a mockery of big oil's philanthropy During Hurricane Ida, energy companies briefly paused efforts to claim credit for combating the problems they’ve caused. Sharon Lerner, September 2, 2021 AS HURRICANE IDA [...]

Hurricane Ida makes a mockery of big oil’s philanthropy2021-09-13T09:59:05-05:00

World’s largest carbon capture plant will soon operate in Iceland

2021-09-06T07:34:24-05:00

World's largest carbon capture plant will soon operate in Iceland Isabella O'Malley, September 3, 2021 Climeworks, a company that owns 14 direct air capture facilities across the globe, is set to launch its largest plant to date [...]

World’s largest carbon capture plant will soon operate in Iceland2021-09-06T07:34:24-05:00
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