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View Article .Editorial analyst in London The Economist is looking for an... 12/5/2021 Economist Info Details
View Article Stranded Tally the turtle begins its recovery One of the world's rarest turtles... 12/2/2021 BBC Info Details
View Article Thousands facing sixth day without power Thousands of homes in the north of... 12/2/2021 BBC Info Details
View Article On Lead, Michigan's Drinking Water Might Look Safer Than It... New lead rules Michigan instated in 2018... 12/2/2021 Huffington Post Info Details
View Article Turtle flown 5,000 miles for new life in Scotland A sea turtle has been given the chance... 12/2/2021 BBC Info Details
View Article .After Hurricane Sandy, a Park in Lower Manhattan at the Center of a... Nine years after Hurricane Sandy,... 12/2/2021 New York Times - Climate Forward Info Details
View Article .Europe Met a Climate Target. But Is It Burning Less Carbon? The European Union promised to reduce... 12/2/2021 New York Times - Climate Forward Info Details
View Article Dear People of 2021: What Can We Learn From Hindsight? For the first series from the Headway... 12/2/2021 New York Times - Climate Section Info Details
View Article .Britain Enlists Banks to Fight Climate Change The financial industry will be relied on... 12/2/2021 New York Times - Climate Forward Info Details
View Article Climate modeling confirms historical records showing rise in hurricane... d="M12.132,... 12/2/2021 MIT - Research Info Details
View Article Ocean plastic is creating new communities of life on the high seas Coastal plants and animals have found a... 12/2/2021 PHYS.ORG - Earth Info Details
View Article UK must 'walk the talk' on climate action, say official advisers 12/2/2021 Guardian - Energy Info Details
View Article UK nowhere near meeting COP26 goals, advisers warn The UK is "nowhere near" meeting... 12/2/2021 BBC Info Details
View Article Weatherwatch: why do some still think climate change isn't real? 12/2/2021 Guardian - Climate Change Info Details
View Article Drax is expected to profit from UK energy crisis until 2023 12/2/2021 Guardian - Energy Info Details
View Article Citing Covid-19, Climate and Wars, U.N. Asks Donors for Big Jump in... The world body said it needed $41... 12/2/2021 New York Times - Climate Section Info Details
View Article Beads of glass in meteorites help scientists piece together how solar... Ever since scientists started looking at... 12/2/2021 PHYS.ORG - Earth Info Details
View Article California needs to face the climate and health cost of pesticides Strawberry harvest in California. Image... 12/2/2021 Greenbiz Info Details
View Article Cell wall remodeling enables fungal network development in grasses Scientists now have a deeper... 12/2/2021 PHYS.ORG - Biology Info Details
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The Economist is looking for an Editorial analyst to join its digital team in London. This role supports The Economist's digital offering, that provides topical, habit-forming and high-quality analysis to suit a variety of different audiences; from long-form and in-depth reporting to responsive...

Date Added:November 11, 2021

One of the world's rarest turtles is beginning to show signs of recovery after washing up on the Welsh coast. The Kemp's Ridley sea turtle has been named Tally by Anglesey Sea Zoo, where it is being nursed back to health. On Sunday Tally was found on Talacre beach, Flintshire, 4,000...

Date Added:December 2, 2021

Thousands of homes in the north of England are facing a sixth day without power after cuts caused by Storm Arwen. Northern Powergrid (NP) said 11,000 were still off and according to Electricity North West's (ENWL) latest figures more than 2,000 homes, mostly in Cumbria, are still without...

Date Added:December 2, 2021

Huffington Post

On Lead, Michigan's Drinking Water Might Look Safer Than It Really Is

New lead rules Michigan instated in 2018 following the Flint water crisis were heralded as the nation’s strictest, but lax enforcement and flaws in testing protocols are making the state’s drinking water appear safer than it likely is, a Planet Detroit and HuffPost analysis of state records...

Date Added:December 2, 2021

A sea turtle has been given the chance of a new life in Scotland after being found injured and entangled in netting in the Maldives. April, an olive ridley sea turtle, was in care at the Turtle Rehabilitation Centre after being rescued in Raa Atoll in April 2019. Vets discovered she needed...

Date Added:December 2, 2021

New York Times - Climate Forward

.After Hurricane Sandy, a Park in Lower Manhattan at the Center of a Fight

Nine years after Hurricane Sandy, residents of Lower Manhattan are still vulnerable to rising seas. The fight over a plan to protect them reveals why progress on our most critical challenges is so hard. Credit...Daniel Arnold for The New York Times To hear more audio stories from publications...

Author:Michael Kimmelman
Date Added:December 2, 2021

New York Times - Climate Forward

The European Union promised to reduce its emissions 20 percent by 2020. Did it happen? Credit...Mike Haddad Hindsight is a series from the Headway team looking back at predictions and promises from the past. As the 2009 global climate summit in Copenhagen approached, the European Union raced to...

Author:Lois Parshley
Date Added:December 2, 2021

New York Times - Climate Section

For the first series from the Headway initiative, we followed up on forecasts from decades past to ask what the passage of time has revealed. Credit...Mike Haddad Our forebears had a lot of ideas about where we’d be by now. Go back just a few years, and you’ll find no end of prophecies about the...

Author:Matthew Thompson
Date Added:December 2, 2021

New York Times - Climate Forward

The financial industry will be relied on to meet climate goals. NatWest, a lender to oil giants, provides a template. Advocates descended on the streets of Glasgow last month, pressing banks and other financial institutions at 26th United Nations climate summit to be more responsible stewards of...

Author:Eshe Nelson
Date Added:December 2, 2021

MIT - Research

Climate modeling confirms historical records showing rise in hurricane activity

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Date Added:December 2, 2021

PHYS.ORG - Earth

Coastal plants and animals have found a new way to survive in the open ocean - by colonizing plastic pollution. A new commentary published Dec. 2 in Nature Communications reports coastal species growing on trash hundreds of miles out to sea in the North Pacific Subtropical Gyre, more commonly...

Date Added:December 2, 2021

Guardian - Energy

Date Added:December 2, 2021

The UK is "nowhere near" meeting emissions targets enshrined at the Glasgow climate summit, official advisers have warned. The Climate Change Committee (CCC) says that, at current rates, the UK will be contributing to a disastrous temperature rise of 2.7C by 2100. It says this could - in theory...

Author:Roger HarrabinBBC environment analyst
Date Added:December 2, 2021

Guardian - Climate Change

Date Added:December 2, 2021

Guardian - Energy

Date Added:December 2, 2021

New York Times - Climate Section

Citing Covid-19, Climate and Wars, U.N. Asks Donors for Big Jump in Funding

The world body said it needed $41 billion to fund humanitarian aid to help 183 million people in 63 countries. GENEVA - When the United Nations made its last appeal for humanitarian aid funding before the pandemic, it asked donors for about $29 billion. But in the past year alone, there has been...

Author:Nick Cumming-Bruce
Date Added:December 2, 2021

PHYS.ORG - Earth

Beads of glass in meteorites help scientists piece together how solar system formed

Ever since scientists started looking at meteorites with microscopes, they've been puzzled - and fascinated - by what's inside. Most meteorites are made of tiny beads of glass that date back to the earliest days of the solar system, before the planets were even formed. Scientists with the...

Date Added:December 2, 2021

Strawberry harvest in California. Image Via Unsplash/ Tim Mossholder It's a pesticide called 1,3-Dichloropropene that's commonly sold under the brand name Telone. And although it's largely unknown outside agricultural circles, 1,3-D has an outsized footprint. In 1990, state regulators banned use...

Author:Nathan Donley & Sarah Aird
Date Added:December 2, 2021

PHYS.ORG - Biology

Scientists now have a deeper understanding of how a fungus develops a symbiotic lifestyle inside grass leaf and why the grass leaf fails to defend itself against the intruder, thanks to research coming from Massey University in New Zealand and the University of Münster in Germany. Fungal...

Date Added:December 2, 2021

PHYS.ORG - Earth

Climate modeling confirms historical records showing rise in hurricane activity

When forecasting how storms may change in the future, it helps to know something about their past. Judging from historical records dating back to the 1850s, hurricanes in the North Atlantic have become more frequent over the last 150 years. However, scientists have questioned whether this upward...

Date Added:December 2, 2021