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View Article Discovering over 100 new mountains under water The project to map the deepest places in... 5/11/2021 BBC Info Details
View Article Final OK Expected for Nation's First Major Offshore Wind Farm The Vineyard Wind project, off the coast... 5/11/2021 New York Times - Climate Forward Info Details
View Article The Price They Pay for Your Perfect Vacation Photo Scientists are concerned about... 5/11/2021 New York Times - Climate Section Info Details
View Article College launches course for electric car mechanics A college will begin training a new... 5/11/2021 BBC Info Details
View Article Fresh bid to capture emissions from power station Carbon capture and storage technology... 5/11/2021 BBC Info Details
View Article France-sized forests regrown since 2000 - study An area of forest the size of France has... 5/11/2021 BBC Info Details
View Article California expands drought emergency to large swath of state California Gov. Gavin Newsom on Monday... 5/11/2021 PHYS.ORG - Earth Info Details
View Article Champions League final switch good for environment but football must... Shifting the all-English final from... 5/11/2021 Guardian - Climate Change Info Details
View Article City climate leaders should take notes and learn from Charlotte's... City of Charlotte, North Carolina,... 5/11/2021 Greenbiz Info Details
View Article FBI names pipeline cyberattackers as company promises return Hit by a cyberattack, the operator of a... 5/11/2021 PHYS.ORG - Technology Info Details
View Article Global renewable energy industry grew at fastest rate since 1999 last... New wind and solar power projects in... 5/11/2021 Guardian - Energy Info Details
View Article Graphene key for novel hardware security As more private data is stored and... 5/11/2021 PHYS.ORG - Earth Info Details
View Article How sure are climate scientists? We were recently made aware of a new... 5/11/2021 Skeptical Science Info Details
View Article Is 'net zero' much ado about nothing? It feels almost quaint to remember way... 5/11/2021 Greenbiz Info Details
View Article Malware Attack Could Spike Gasoline I detect a fluctuation in the Force. A... 5/11/2021 Climate Crocks Info Details
View Article Renewable energy powers ahead in 2020: report Renewable energy grew at its fastest... 5/11/2021 PHYS.ORG - Technology Info Details
View Article Sustainable aviation fuels: From technically possible to economically... Refueling plane with sustainable... 5/11/2021 Greenbiz Info Details
View Article The new dynamic duo: Pricing and food waste Wasteless displays two prices, one for... 5/11/2021 Greenbiz Info Details
View Article The world is waking up to the truth that natural gas is dirty In the last several years, the fossil... 5/11/2021 Info Details
View Article Why we should electrify the US school bus fleet Electric school buses, like this one... 5/11/2021 Greenbiz Info Details

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The project to map the deepest places in Earth's five oceans discovered new features on the seafloor. The Five Deeps Expedition was the first to map the South Sandwich Trench to a high, modern standard. In the process, it found over 100 new seamounts, says team-member Dr Heather Stewart...

Date Added:May 11, 2021

New York Times - Climate Forward

The Vineyard Wind project, off the coast of Massachusetts, is slated to generate enough electricity to power 400,000 homes. The Biden administration on Tuesday will announce its final approval of the nation’s first commercial-scale offshore wind farm, a major step toward President Biden’s goal...

Author:Lisa Friedman and Coral Davenport
Date Added:May 11, 2021

New York Times - Climate Section

Scientists are concerned about unregulated feeding of ocean wildlife by tour operators. It took nearly three months, but Jody Pinder eventually succeeded. Endangered green sea turtles, usually shy, skittish and satisfied with a diet of sea grass and algae, were accepting handouts of squid that...

Author:Priyanka Runwal
Date Added:May 11, 2021

A college will begin training a new generation of electric and hybrid car mechanics in what it described as a "revolution". Coleg Cambria's Bersham Road campus in Wrexham will teach students to service and repair the ever-increasing fleet of greener vehicles from September. According to the...

Date Added:May 11, 2021

Carbon capture and storage technology will be installed at a rebuilt gas-fired power station at Peterhead by 2026, SSE Thermal has said. The energy company has agreed a deal with Norwegian firm Equinor to capture 1.5m tonnes of carbon dioxide (CO2) annually and store it under the North Sea....

Author:Kevin KeaneBBC Scotland's environment correspondent
Date Added:May 11, 2021

An area of forest the size of France has regrown naturally across the world in the last 20 years, a study suggests. The restored forests have the potential to soak up the equivalent of 5.9 gigatonnes (Gt) of carbon dioxide - more than the annual emissions of the US, according to conservation...

Author:Helen BriggsBBC Environment correspondent
Date Added:May 11, 2021

PHYS.ORG - Earth

California Gov. Gavin Newsom on Monday expanded a drought emergency to a large swath of the nation's most populous state while seeking more than $6 billion in multiyear water spending as one of the warmest, driest springs on record threatens another severe wildfire season across the American...

Date Added:May 11, 2021

Guardian - Climate Change

Champions League final switch good for environment but football must do more

Shifting the all-English final from Istanbul would reduce carbon emissions but there is still a lack of long-term thinking from Uefa when it comes to doing the right thing It was bad enough in 2019 when tens of thousands of football supporters from the United Kingdom traipsed across Europe to...

Date Added:May 11, 2021

City climate leaders should take notes and learn from Charlotte's electric bus pilot

City of Charlotte, North Carolina, residents can breathe easier knowing soon that the Charlotte Area Transit System (CATS) transit buses covering the region will become all electric, supported by a first-in-the-nation energy modeling and financing partnership with Duke Energy via subsidiary...

Author:Irene Nielson & Zak Accuardi
Date Added:May 11, 2021

PHYS.ORG - Technology

Hit by a cyberattack, the operator of a major U.S. fuel pipeline said Monday it hopes to have services mostly restored by the end of the week as the FBI and administration officials identified the culprits as a gang of criminal hackers. U.S. officials sought to soothe concerns about price spikes...

Date Added:May 11, 2021

Guardian - Energy

Global renewable energy industry grew at fastest rate since 1999 last year

New wind and solar power projects in China, Europe and the US spurred 45% rise in capacity The world’s renewable energy industry grew at its fastest pace since 1999 last year, despite the disruption caused by the Covid-19 pandemic, and may have established a standard for growth in the future,...

Date Added:May 11, 2021

PHYS.ORG - Earth

As more private data is stored and shared digitally, researchers are exploring new ways to protect data against attacks from bad actors. Current silicon technology exploits microscopic differences between computing components to create secure keys, but artificial intelligence (AI) techniques can...

Date Added:May 11, 2021

Skeptical Science

We were recently made aware of a new video created by Neil Halloran called "Degrees of Uncertainty" which is an animated documentary about climate science, uncertainty, and knowing when to trust the experts. Watch it on YouTube (24 minutes): Neil credits several climate scientists at the end of...

Date Added:May 11, 2021

It feels almost quaint to remember way back when "80 by 50" - an 80 percent reduction in greenhouse gas emissions by 2050 - was a bold goal for a company or government entity to make. It was seen by many as audacious, possibly unachievable, but still a necessary target. The "way back when" in...

Author:Joel Makower
Date Added:May 11, 2021

Climate Crocks

I detect a fluctuation in the Force. A spiraling frequency of breakdowns in the existing scarcity-based energy infrastructure. Below, a review of the Texas Meltdown from February.

Date Added:May 11, 2021

PHYS.ORG - Technology

Renewable energy grew at its fastest rate in two decades, driven primarily by gains in China and wind power, the International Energy Agency said in a report Tuesday. Around 280 gigawatts (GW) of electricity production capacity was added last year, a 45-percent increase from the amount added in...

Date Added:May 11, 2021

Sustainable aviation fuels: From technically possible to economically viable

Refueling plane with sustainable aviation fuel in Rotterdam. This article is sponsored by Shell. On Jan. 22, history was made when a KLM jet took off from Amsterdam Airport Schiphol and landed safely in Madrid. The flight was the world’s first to use certified synthetic kerosene, made from CO2,...

Author:Brian Ripsin
Date Added:May 11, 2021

Wasteless displays two prices, one for the product with a closer expiration date and one for the product with a further out expiration date to incentives customers to reduce waste. Anyone who has taken a basic economics course knows two main factors dictate price: supply and demand. But...

Author:Jesse Klein
Date Added:May 11, 2021

In the last several years, the fossil fuel industry has tried to paint itself as being on a smooth path toward a clean energy future. Its members are (allegedly) standing by, ready to join the fight for the planet as invaluable partners in building a better tomorrow. “Our industry is essential...

Date Added:May 11, 2021

Electric school buses, like this one from Lion, can improve the lives of millions of children. This originally was published on WRI. The past year has been all about protecting ourselves and our children from a serious respiratory illness: COVID-19. But as schools reopen and children return to...

Author:Christina DeConcini & Jillian Neuberger
Date Added:May 11, 2021