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Source: The Guardian
The Guardian has updated its style guide to introduce terms that more accurately describe the environmental crises facing the world. Instead of “climate change” the preferred terms are “climate emergency, crisis or breakdown” and...
May 20, 2019 How Chase And The Big Banks Undermine Climate ActionSource: International Business Times
But the fact is that any progress on this front is close to impossible if billions continue to be poured into coal, oil and gas projects. And that’s exactly what big banks continue to do.
Source: World Finance
This sentiment was echoed last year by a Ceres initiative, known as the Business for Innovative Climate and Energy Policy, or BICEP, when over 1,000 companies signed on to a “coordinated effort to combat climate...
Source: KBZK TV
GILLETTE, Wyo.- One of the last big coal companies operating in Montana and Wyoming declared bankruptcy Friday. Cloud Peak Energy, which operates three coal mines in the Powder River Basin, filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy Friday...
May 13, 2019 CO2 in the atmosphere just exceeded 415 parts per million for the first time in human historySource: Tech Crunch
For the first time in human history — not recorded history, but since humans have existed on Earth — carbon dioxide in the atmosphere has topped 415 parts per million, reaching 415.26 parts per million, according to sensors at...
Source: Science Alert
A new category of El Niño has become far more prevalent in the last few decades than at any time in the past four centuries. Over the same period, traditional El Niño events have become more intense.
Coal may have helped birth the Industrial Revolution in Britain, but the nation is working hard to leave it behind. And it just hit a big milestone: This marks the first time since 1882 that Britain has run a week without coal.
The polls say this one really could be a climate election. A top climate thinker games out what it means for the candidates.
Up to 1 million of the estimated 8 million plant and animal species on Earth are at risk of extinction — many of them within decades — according to scientists and researchers who produced a sweeping U.N. report on how humanity's...
May 6, 2019 As Sea Levels Rise, Expect More FloodsSource: Eos
According to the Fifth Assessment Report from the United Nations’ Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, the global mean sea level is expected to continue rising throughout the 21st century.
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