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View Article 2024 SkS Weekly Climate Change & Global Warming News Roundup #15 Our story of the week is about adults in... 4/14/2024 Skeptical Science Info Details
View Article Why Heat Pumps Are the Future, and How Your Home Could Use One The highly efficient devices are the... 4/14/2024 New York Times - Climate Section Info Details
View Article Biologists Rescue Sawfish As Dozens Of Ancient Animals Die For Unknown... ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. (AP) - A large... 4/13/2024 Huffington Post Info Details
View Article Americans more willing to pay for climate action after extreme weather Trump voters who reported experiencing... 4/13/2024 PHYS.ORG - Earth Info Details
View Article At this climate fair, heat pumps, e-bikes and induction stoves take... WASHINGTON - A loose line of people... 4/13/2024 Washington Post - Climate and Environment Info Details
View Article Biden rule hikes fees for oil projects on public lands Oil companies drilling on public lands... 4/13/2024 PHYS.ORG - Earth Info Details
View Article Fact Brief - Did global warming stop in 1998? As a strong El Nino year, 1998 featured... 4/13/2024 Skeptical Science Info Details
View Article Missouri could crack down on water exports to drought-weary West Missouri lawmakers say water has almost... 4/13/2024 Washington Post - Climate and Environment Info Details
View Article Q&A: What Do Meteorologists Predict for the 2024 Hurricane Season? From our collaborating partner “Living... 4/13/2024 Info Details
View Article Saturday Citations: Listening to bird dreams, securing qubits,... It's Saturday, which means that in a... 4/13/2024 PHYS.ORG - Earth Info Details
View Article Study lists world's 'forever chemical' hotspots Dangerous concentrations of... 4/13/2024 PHYS.ORG - Earth Info Details
View Article Sweet lessons: Taiwan urban beekeeping gets positive buzz Under mulberry trees at a bee farm in... 4/13/2024 PHYS.ORG - Biology Info Details
View Article Joe Biden Just Made It More Expensive To Drill On Public Lands President Joe Biden’s administration on... 4/12/2024 Huffington Post Info Details
View Article The cicadas are coming: An entomologist's take on a once-in-200-years... Get ready. Billions of trillions of... 4/12/2024 PHYS.ORG - Biology Info Details
View Article 'Climate-Controlled' Sausage? Courts Crack Down on 'Greenwashing' From airlines to pork sellers, corporate... 4/12/2024 New York Times - Climate Section Info Details
View Article 'Existential crisis’ at SBTi inflames rift over future of net-zero... Staff “deeply concerned” over board’s... 4/12/2024 Greenbiz Info Details
View Article A Group of Women Took Switzerland to Court Over Climate Inaction—and... Four years ago, a group of women, aged... 4/12/2024 Info Details
View Article A model to promote the coordination between environmental protection... The tension between environmental... 4/12/2024 PHYS.ORG - Biology Info Details
View Article Amazon CEO touts AI in annual shareholder letter In his annual letter to shareholders,... 4/12/2024 PHYS.ORG - Technology Info Details
View Article As climate change progresses, new rainfall patterns may affect plants... April showers are increasingly becoming... 4/12/2024 PHYS.ORG - Earth Info Details

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Skeptical Science

Our story of the week is about adults in the room setting terms and conditions of good behavior. Here it's not parents telling children what to do but instead the widely adopted, mutually agreed system of coercive behavior modification we call "rule of law." Legislators providing courts of...

Date Added:April 14, 2024

New York Times - Climate Section

The highly efficient devices are the darlings of the environmental movement. Here’s why. Heat pumps, which both warm and cool buildings and are powered by electricity, have been touted as the answer to curbing greenhouse gas emissions produced by homes, businesses and office buildings, which are...

Author:Hilary Howard
Date Added:April 14, 2024

Huffington Post

Biologists Rescue Sawfish As Dozens Of Ancient Animals Die For Unknown Reasons

ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. (AP) - A large sawfish that showed signs of distress was rescued by wildlife officials in the Florida Keys, where more than three dozen of the ancient and endangered fish have died for unexplained reasons in recent months. The 11-foot (3.3-meter) smalltooth sawfish was seen...

Date Added:April 14, 2024

PHYS.ORG - Earth

Trump voters who reported experiencing an extreme weather event were more likely to vote in favor of a clean energy referendum than Trump voters who had not experienced such events. "Despite people's beliefs about climate change being human-caused, despite people's political...

Date Added:April 14, 2024

Washington Post - Climate and Environment

At this climate fair, heat pumps, e-bikes and induction stoves take center stage

WASHINGTON - A loose line of people snaked from a doorway in the side of a cargo truck. One young boy wandered over to examine several bales of hay stacked nearby while others waiting craned their necks to get a peek inside. A small sign in the shape of a barn stuck over the open door read,...

Date Added:April 14, 2024

PHYS.ORG - Earth

Oil companies drilling on public lands must post larger bonds and pay higher royalties under a rule finalized Friday by the Biden administration. The bonding requirements for development increased to $150,000 from $10,000, a level set in 1960 that no longer covers potential cleanup costs, the...

Date Added:April 14, 2024

Skeptical Science

As a strong El Nino year, 1998 featured a significant spike in global temperatures. El Nino is the warm phase of a cyclic climatic pattern where sea temperatures in parts of the Pacific swing higher or lower than average. The 1998 El Nino stood out above the rising temperature trendline that is...

Date Added:April 13, 2024

Washington Post - Climate and Environment

Missouri lawmakers say water has almost always been plentiful in their state, giving no reason to think twice about a concept known as riparian rights - the idea that, if you own the land, you have broad freedoms to use its water. But that could change under a bill advancing quickly in a state...

Date Added:April 14, 2024

From our collaborating partner “Living on Earth,” public radio’s environmental news magazine. If you live or work near the Atlantic or Gulf coasts, listen up: Some scientists are predicting this year’s hurricane season will be extremely active. They include Ryan Truchelut, the chief...

Author:Taylar Dawn Stagner, Grist
Date Added:April 14, 2024

PHYS.ORG - Earth

Saturday Citations: Listening to bird dreams, securing qubits, imagining impossible billiards

It's Saturday, which means that in a universe where the arrow of time moves backward, people have to go to work tomorrow. In such a hypothetical universe, Garfield hates Fridays - tough to imagine. This week, we looked at several hundred breaking science developments, four of which I've...

Date Added:April 14, 2024

PHYS.ORG - Earth

Dangerous concentrations of long-lingering "forever chemicals" have been found in surface and groundwater worldwide, according to a study released Tuesday that showed Australia, the United States and Europe as hotspots. A paper published in the journal Nature Geoscience analyzed data from 45,000...

Date Added:April 13, 2024

PHYS.ORG - Biology

Under mulberry trees at a bee farm in Taipei's suburbs, students watched intently as instructor Tsai Ming-hsien wafted smoke over a hive box, explaining to aspiring apiarists how to keep the insects happy in an urban setting. His audience included entrepreneurs, retirees and even a six-year-old...

Date Added:April 14, 2024

Huffington Post

President Joe Biden’s administration on Friday finalized a new rule to modernize the long-outdated federal oil and gas leasing program. The Interior Department rule significantly increases how much energy companies must pay to lease and drill on federal lands, and it gives federal land managers...

Date Added:April 13, 2024

PHYS.ORG - Biology

The cicadas are coming: An entomologist's take on a once-in-200-years event

Get ready. Billions of trillions of singing, winged insects with big red eyes are about to emerge from more than a decade of sleep underground. For the first time since 1803, these two broods, or generations, of cicadas - Brood XIX and Brood XIII - will rise up from the earth simultaneously in...

Date Added:April 13, 2024

New York Times - Climate Section

From airlines to pork sellers, corporate brands face legal and regulatory challenges for misleading the public with lofty climate claims. A “climate-controlled” sausage. New trousers labeled “recycled.” A “sustainable” airline ticket. More and more, big brands are using taglines like these to...

Author:Somini Sengupta
Date Added:April 13, 2024

'Existential crisis’ at SBTi inflames rift over future of net-zero organization

Staff “deeply concerned” over board’s new policy allowing carbon offsets for net-zero goals. Image by GreenBiz/Sophia Davirro A controversial and vague new Science Based Targets initiative policy that would let corporations count carbon offsets toward Scope 3 emissions reductions surprised the...

Author:Heather Clancy
Date Added:April 12, 2024

A Group of Women Took Switzerland to Court Over Climate Inaction—and Won

Four years ago, a group of women, aged 64 and up, filed a lawsuit before Europe’s top human rights court against Switzerland for violating their rights by not protecting them from the health impacts of climate change. On Tuesday, the court decided in their favor, marking the first time an...

Author:Kiley Price
Date Added:April 14, 2024

PHYS.ORG - Biology

A model to promote the coordination between environmental protection and agricultural development in Erhai Lake

The tension between environmental preservation and economic stability in Erhai has even been termed the "Erhai dilemma." The "Erhai dilemma" is representative of those of other lakes in Yunnan Province and, more broadly throughout China. That is, how to harmonize environmental conservation and...

Date Added:April 13, 2024

PHYS.ORG - Technology

In his annual letter to shareholders, Amazon CEO Andy Jassy went back to 2003. Quoting from a "Vision document" that year for Amazon Web Services - the company's cloud computing division - Jassy said Amazon has always been focused on designing and offering "primitives," or the building blocks...

Date Added:April 13, 2024

PHYS.ORG - Earth

As climate change progresses, new rainfall patterns may affect plants worldwide

April showers are increasingly becoming deluges due to climate change, and May flowers will never be the same. And it's not just April; the warming of the planet is causing a year-round, worldwide trend toward more intense but less frequent rainfalls, a dynamic that will increasingly impact...

Date Added:April 13, 2024