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Lego ditches oil-free brick in sustainability setback
submitted 12 hours ago by jet199 from ft.com
Death toll soars to 11,300 in flooding in Libya's coastal city of Derna, Libyan Red Crescent says
submitted 11 days ago by Cancelthis from apnews.com
Trump's border wall caused 'significant' cultural, environmental damage, watchdog finds
submitted 13 days ago by ActuallyNot from politico.com
10 Most Beautiful Hill Stations in Pakistan | AH BLOG
submitted 17 days ago by JohnWick99 from ahgroup-pk.com
Germany begins dismantling wind farm to expand a coal mine
submitted 22 days ago by iamonlyoneman from euobserver.com
180 Years of CO2 Analysis by Chemical Methods ... the IPCC has shall we say not used all the available data to frame its narrative
submitted 21 days ago by iamonlyoneman from fackel.substack.com
submitted 25 days ago by jet199 from twitter.com
The Economic Costs of Rodent Infestations
submitted 25 days ago by mdkpest from self.environment
Thomas Midgley: A Dangerous Inventor
submitted 28 days ago by ruperttaylor from soapboxie.com
So-called “eco-friendly” paper drinking straws contain long-lasting and potentially toxic chemicals and may not be better for the environment than plastic versions
submitted 1 month ago by PanzerDivision from standard.co.uk
Fishermen, locals decry Japan gov't Fukushima water discharge
submitted 1 month ago by Cancelthis from mainichi.jp
The Wandering Garbage Ship
submitted 1 month ago by ruperttaylor from soapboxie.com
Spanish Official Admits Arson the Cause for Tenerife Wildfires Despite 'Climate Crisis' Media Narrative
submitted 1 month ago by iamonlyoneman from breitbart.com
The clouds on Neptune definitely increase/decrease with solar radiation despite receiving 1/900th as much as Earth receives. Surely this finding has no implications for Earth climate.
submitted 1 month ago by iamonlyoneman from phys.org
Scientists have reported that the Brazilian golden lion tamarin, once on the brink of extinction, has successfully recovered from the threat of yellow fever.
submitted 1 month ago by bobibobi from self.environment
Rules to reduce pollution led to a rise in global temperature. No, not carbon dioxide. Unintended consequences LMAO
submitted 1 month ago by iamonlyoneman from science.org
What is happening in the Atlantic Ocean to the AMOC?
submitted 1 month ago by ActuallyNot from realclimate.org
It is becoming too obvious to ignore: Mainstream press coverage of the Urban Heat Island . . . in leftoid Houston, Texas of all places!
submitted 1 month ago by iamonlyoneman from wattsupwiththat.com
Feverish BBC Reporting on European 'Heatwaves' Debunked by Actual Temperature Readings
submitted 1 month ago by Drewski from dailysceptic.org
Environmental Activists: Real vs Fake
submitted 1 month ago by Tom_Bombadil from 9gag.com
I am terrified about climint change.
submitted 1 month ago by BanditMcFuklebuck from self.environment
The mangroves are thriving around what used to be the largest landfill in Latin America.
submitted 2 months ago by bobibobi from self.environment
80 Million Americans to Face 105 Degree Heat This Weekend: National Weather Service
submitted 2 months ago by Drewski from theepochtimes.com
Dumped turbine blades reveal Green energy grift
submitted 2 months ago by zyxzevn from youtube.com
And they say conspiracy theorists are right wing
submitted 2 months ago by jet199 from twitter.com
Concrete Built The Modern World. Now It’s Destroying It.
submitted 2 months ago by PanzerDivision from noemamag.com
Carnival Cruise Ship Emits More Toxic Fumes Than All Of Europe's Cars
submitted 2 months ago by PanzerDivision from zerohedge.com
Massive mineral deposit could meet global battery and solar panel demand ‘for next 100 years’: Huge phosphate rock deposit discovered in Norway contains enough minerals to meet the global demand for batteries and solar panels for the next 100 years, according to the mining company that controls it.
submitted 2 months ago by Orangutan from news.yahoo.com
Let’s be honest, ESG investing will actually hurt the environment
submitted 2 months ago by Drewski from cityam.com
White House cautiously opens the door to study blocking sun's rays to slow global warming
submitted 2 months ago by Drewski from eenews.net
Sweden takes the nuclear option over renewables
submitted 3 months ago by jet199 from power-technology.com
First they came for Gibraltar, now the UK: What’s causing killer whales to attack?
submitted 3 months ago by [deleted] from metro.co.uk
Massive wildfire blamed on global warming was actually set by a democratic party hack
submitted 3 months ago by iamonlyoneman from 12ft.io
Florida county under quarantine after giant African land snail spotted. Extremly invasive, eats everything, grows to 8" long
submitted 3 months ago by iamonlyoneman from cbsnews.com
Climate change ‘the world is ending’ alarmists are always moving the goalposts by setting the timeline 5 years further on when they’re proven wrong.
submitted 3 months ago by [deleted] from summit.news
Dumping 2 Million Tires In The Ocean To "Help" Fish
submitted 3 months ago by zyxzevn from youtube.com
China is Throwing Away Fields of Electric Cars - Letting them Rot!
submitted 3 months ago by zyxzevn from youtu.be
Poor Countries Pay a Heavy Price for Climate Change
submitted 3 months ago by RupertTaylor493 from soapboxie.com
China is planting Fields of Stones stuck to Metal Bars - No, Really
An interesting point that God's green earth has negative temperature feedbacks . . . including organic ones!
submitted 3 months ago by iamonlyoneman from rintrah.nl
Plastic Recycling Doesn’t Work and Will Never Work
submitted 3 months ago by weavilsatemyface from theatlantic.com
Just eat the cow | Lab grown meat produces up to 25 times more CO2 emissions than the beef it's supposed to replace
submitted 4 months ago by hfxB0oyA from futurism.com
Surprise! Recycling ruined the environment …
submitted 4 months ago by PanzerDivision from revolver.news
Understanding cancer, completely.
submitted 4 months ago by Alphix from youtube.com
Armadillo invasion: The creatures are rapidly moving north
submitted 4 months ago by IkeConn from axios.com
The Menace of Wild Pigs
submitted 4 months ago by RupertTaylor493 from owlcation.com
Engineers develop water filtration system that removes 'forever chemicals'
submitted 4 months ago by Drewski from nbcnews.com
Remember when Johnny Cash almost wiped out the Californian condor with a forest fire? Cash said, “I didn’t do it, my truck did, and it’s dead, so you can’t question it.” The fire drove off forty-nine of the refuge’s 53 endangered condors.
submitted 5 months ago by Chipit from thevintagenews.com
Saudi company draws unlimited Arizona ground water amid drought: Farms in Arizona are growing alfalfa – one of the most water-intensive crops – in an area where there's a shortage of water. Farms are shipping the crop to Saudi Arabia, where it's illegal to grow because it takes too much water.
submitted 5 months ago by Orangutan from news.yahoo.com
'What Percent Of Our Atmosphere Is CO2?': Doug LaMalfa Stumps Entire Panel With Climate Questions
submitted 5 months ago by EvilDed from youtu.be
Switching to Hydrogen Fuel Could Cause Long-Term Climate Consequences
submitted 5 months ago by hfxB0oyA from scitechdaily.com
Tracking Devices Reveal Where Recycling Really Goes (13:02) ~ Bloomberg Originals
submitted 5 months ago by JasonCarswell from youtube.com
This is, after all, what it truly means to live with a “forever” chemical.
submitted 6 months ago by Orangutan from imgur.com
On March 12, Largely Unnoticed, We Dodged the Apocalypse
submitted 6 months ago by [deleted] from thenewamerican.com
Oh nothing important, just men in an unregulated cobalt mine nearly trapped to death, for the materials used to fuel the "green revolution". At least these ones weren't small children?
submitted 6 months ago by iamonlyoneman from twitter.com
Levels of carcinogenic chemical near Ohio derailment site far above safe limit
submitted 6 months ago by Drewski from theguardian.com
Who & What are killing the Gulf of Mexico? || Jack E. Davis (1:19:56) ~ Alison Morrow
submitted 6 months ago by JasonCarswell from youtube.com
Algorila est une société de conseil spécialisée dans le Green IT, les plateformes et applications éco-conçues et dans le marketing digital durable.
submitted 6 months ago by Algorila from algorila.com
East Palestine NOAA HYSPLIT particle spread model for the Feb. 8 2023 disaster.
submitted 6 months ago by Alphix from i.ibb.co
An independent chemical engineer's analysis of the East Palestine derailment, uncontrolled burn, and the aftermath, part 1
submitted 6 months ago by Alphix from youtube.com
An independent chemical engineer's analysis of the East Palestine derailment and uncontrolled burn, part 2: Chemocide
Automated healthcare system for better care delivery
submitted 6 months ago by rachvictor05 from osplabs.com
Ocean treaty: Historic agreement reached after decade of talks - "The High Seas Treaty aims to place 30% of the seas into protected areas by 2030, to safeguard and recuperate marine nature."
submitted 6 months ago by neolib from bbc.com
China has more CO2 emissions than every developed nation combined ( Where's Greta & John Kerry?) China is also one of the top Ocean polluters & #1 on the list may surprise you (Greta?)
submitted 6 months ago by Chipit from twitter.com
Weathering the Storms: Bjorn Lomborg on Climate Change, Global Priorities
submitted 6 months ago by sproketboy from youtube.com
You Can Turn Your Backyard Into a Biodiversity Hotspot
submitted 6 months ago by Drewski from wired.com
Just Another Coincidence?
submitted 7 months ago by chottohen from reddit.com
Venice has long been known for its perennial flooding, but now it's facing the opposite problem: A long stretch of atypically low tides have left the ancient city with low water and dry canals, making many of its famous waterways unnavigable for the iconic gondolas and boats that ply its waterways.
submitted 7 months ago by Orangutan from news.yahoo.com
East Palestine, meet Love Canal, one of the most appalling environmental tragedies in American history
submitted 7 months ago by [deleted] from lewrockwell.com
Talk about greenwashing! Let's do some chemistry on mine waste from an asbestos mine, dump it in the ocean, and say we're fighting global warming.
submitted 7 months ago by iamonlyoneman from nbcnews.com
Nothing's ever good enough for these fuckers - Blockades put green hydrogen project at risk
submitted 7 months ago by hfxB0oyA from cbc.ca
'The Writing Is on the Wall for Fossil Fuels': Activist Investors Sue Shell Board Over Climate Failures
submitted 7 months ago by [deleted] from commondreams.org
Earth’s Core: Scientists admit we don’t really know very much about what’s happening deep beneath our feet. But recent geologic data suggests that the solid core at the very center is in the process of switching its direction of spin. The prevailing belief is that this occurs roughly every 70 years.
submitted 7 months ago by Orangutan from youtube.com
'This Is Criminal': BP Cuts Climate Pledges While Reporting Record $28 Billion in Profit
Train derailment, massive explosion and fire in Ohio…This is the alternative to stationary pipelines that can't be derailed and don't explode by accident.
submitted 7 months ago by iamonlyoneman from citizenfreepress.com
Tackle 'Abuse of Water' by Big Ag and Big Oil, Advocates Say Amid Colorado River Fight
Because 1.5C Goal 'Not Plausible,' Study Says Deep Social Change Should Be Focus
Business owners see cutting carbon emissions as ‘the right thing to do’, despite the challenges of making change
submitted 7 months ago by [deleted] from theconversation.com
AI Study Warns World Could Hit 2℃ Within Decades—Even With Emissions Cuts
Amid fears of contamination, Japan will soon dump treated water from Fukushima Nuclear Plant into the Pacific
submitted 7 months ago by [deleted] from globalvoices.org
'Stop Drilling and Start Paying': Greenpeace Activists Occupy Shell Oil Platform
'A New Day for Bristol Bay' as EPA Blocks Pebble Mine in Alaska
Health Experts Warn Against Releasing Indian Point Radioactive Wastewater Into Hudson River
submitted 8 months ago by [deleted] from commondreams.org
Biden Restores Vital Protections for Tongass National Forest Gutted by Trump
'Shameful': UK Approves 'Emergency' Use of Banned Bee-Killing Pesticide
To reach net zero by 2050 will require more copper than exists in the world.
submitted 8 months ago by iamonlyoneman from wattsupwiththat.com
Outrage as Biden Admin Refuses to Shield Right Whales From Lethal Vessel Strikes
Rainforest Carbon Offsets Used by Major Corporations 'Largely Worthless': Analysis
'This Insanity Belongs in Science Fiction': At Davos, UN Chief Rips Fossil Fuel Expansion
UN Secretary-General Appeals for Urgent Action as World Faces ‘Category 5 Storm’
submitted 8 months ago by [deleted] from weforum.org
Freshwater Fish Contain ‘Staggering’ Amount of Toxic PFAS Chemicals, Study Finds
submitted 8 months ago by [deleted] from childrenshealthdefense.org
Methane and Rising Temperatures
submitted 8 months ago by RupertTaylor493 from soapboxie.com
Thousands Rally in the Rain to Protest Destruction of German Village for Coal Mine
Climate shocker: Not a single extreme weather record set in the US during 2022, per NOAA.
submitted 8 months ago by Questionable from twitter.com
Shocking Investigation Finds Widespread Uranium Contamination in US Water Supply
submitted 8 months ago by [deleted] from thefreethoughtproject.com
submitted 8 months ago by jet199 from thetimes.co.uk
California has a 40-year-high record amount of snow already. inb4 they continue claiming record drought and enforce stupid water use restrictions because they piss the reservoirs empty intentionally
submitted 8 months ago by iamonlyoneman from zerohedge.com
Gov't Recommended Bulbs will be Banned in 2023 for Mercury - Still Mandating Electric Cars in 2035 (12:56) ~ Clyde Do Something
submitted 8 months ago by JasonCarswell from youtube.com
Swiss national referendum will limit population to 10 million through strict immigration control to save environment
submitted 8 months ago by [deleted] from rmx.news
Looks like Santa gave Greta a sense of humour for Christmas
submitted 9 months ago by jet199 from imgur.com