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June 7, 2016 The Great Barrier Reef: a catastrophe laid bareSource: The Guardian
When the coral dies, the entire ecosystem around it transforms. Fish that feed on the coral, use it as shelter, or nibble on the algae that grows among it die or move away.
Source: Washington Post
SAN FRANCISCO — Californians once again beat the state’s drought-time order for water savings in April — one of the last months before officials transition from a statewide conservation order to more localized targets, a state...
Source: Digital Trends
The drive toward electrified vehicles will come faster and easier for some countries and cultures than others. If legislation pending in Norway is enacted, it will be the first country to mandate the shift from cars with gas...
It was the first country ever to venture into offshore wind power. Now, Denmark is scaring off potential investors by abandoning some of the policies that once helped make it an international poster child for green energy.
Liberal and conservative disagreement on climate change and the environment reflects the hyper-partisan times we live in. But it doesn't have to be that way, new research suggests.
Criminal gangs are plundering the Earth’s natural resources faster than previously thought, with the value of environmental crimes estimated to be as high as $258 billion annually, U.N. and police officials said on Saturday.
Source: Motley Fool
Companies are looking at renewable energy as a way to save costs, lock in rates, and go green, and they may have more power to upset the utility business model than even a million homeowners installing solar panels. The defection...
Researchers in the United States and Canada have located 39 unreported sources of major pollution using a new satellite-based method, the U.S. National Aeronautics and Space Administration said.
Midwest Energy News - Sam Gomberg, lead Midwest energy analyst for the Union of Concerned Scientists, called the 100 percent goal technologically feasible but very complex. While wind and solar are intermittent an oft-heard...
June 3, 2016 The Crisis in Flint Isn’t Over. It’s Everywhere.Source: Wired
Some of his tenants moved out in the winter of 2015, after much of the city’s municipal water turned murky, reeking like swamp muck. Others stuck it out a little longer, even when the city issued boil advisories (E. coli in the...
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