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View Article Cold weather shelters to open for rough sleepers Extra emergency accommodation for rough... 12/7/2022 BBC Info Details
View Article Violet Coco is in prison meanwhile the fossil fuel people are really... Not even bosses who steal wages off... 12/7/2022 Guardian - Climate Change Info Details
View Article After year of climate disasters, world off-track to curb warming Catastrophic floods, crop-wilting... 12/7/2022 PHYS.ORG - Earth Info Details
View Article Coastal diatoms' genetic diversity comes to the rescue when aquatic... A closed copper mine on the Baltic Sea... 12/7/2022 PHYS.ORG - Biology Info Details
View Article Countries making risky bet on forests and soils to reach net zero However, this may prove risky because... 12/7/2022 PHYS.ORG - Earth Info Details
View Article Extinctions, shrinking habitat spur 'rewilding' in cities In a bustling metro area of 4.3 million... 12/7/2022 PHYS.ORG - Biology Info Details
View Article Heat will stay on in Europe this winter, but after? Europe is likely to scrape through this... 12/7/2022 PHYS.ORG - Technology Info Details
View Article India Chases Clean Energy, but Economic Goals Put Coal First “I will not compromise on the... 12/7/2022 New York Times - Climate Section Info Details
View Article Planes, trains and ships: Growing respect for transportation... In celebration of the telematics and... 12/7/2022 Greenbiz Info Details
View Article Submit an abstract to a climate communication session at EGU 2023! The next General Assembly of the... 12/7/2022 Skeptical Science Info Details
View Article That empty space next to highways? Put solar panels on it. This coverage is made possible through a... 12/7/2022 Grist Climate and Energy Info Details
View Article The perverse fossil fuels incentives that lead bankers to hate their... Is a law, rule, subsidy, compensation... 12/7/2022 Greenbiz Info Details
View Article The surprising player in the rail strike fight: Fossil fuel companies As the country barrelled towards a... 12/7/2022 Grist Climate and Energy Info Details
View Article UN calls for 'peace pact with nature' "Humanity has become a weapon of mass... 12/6/2022 BBC Info Details
View Article People urged to heat main rooms as cold snap hits This video can not be played Sarah... 12/6/2022 BBC Info Details
View Article Joe Biden and Rishi Sunak agree to increase gas exports from US to UK Leaders announce partnership to reduce... 12/6/2022 Guardian - Energy Info Details
View Article Should flying between Canberra and Sydney be abolished? The flight takes less than one hour and... 12/6/2022 Guardian - Climate Change Info Details
View Article Scotland loses climate change lead, advisers warn Scotland has lost its lead over the rest... 12/6/2022 BBC Info Details
View Article Humanity has become 'weapon of mass extinction’, UN head tells Cop15... António Guterres calls for end to... 12/6/2022 Guardian - Climate Change Info Details
View Article How Should the USDA Spend its Research Budget? (We Have Some Ideas.) One of the many functions of the United... 12/6/2022 Union of Concerned Scientists - Food and Agriculture Info Details

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Extra emergency accommodation for rough sleepers will open across London tonight, as the weather turns colder. A Met Office cold weather alert will be in effect in the capital from Wednesday evening until Monday morning. The alert requires social and healthcare services to target services for...

Date Added:December 7, 2022

Guardian - Climate Change

Violet Coco is in prison meanwhile the fossil fuel people are really getting value for money

Not even bosses who steal wages off their workers go to jail

Date Added:December 7, 2022

PHYS.ORG - Earth

Catastrophic floods, crop-wilting droughts and record heatwaves this year have shown that climate change warnings are increasingly becoming reality and this is "just the beginning", experts say, as international efforts to cut planet-heating emissions founder. The year did see some important...

Date Added:December 7, 2022

PHYS.ORG - Biology

Coastal diatoms' genetic diversity comes to the rescue when aquatic environments change abruptly

A closed copper mine on the Baltic Sea coast just south of Västervik has helped researchers study the capacity of coastal diatoms to survive when the environmental conditions change. A thesis from the University of Gothenburg shows that diatom species have survived discharges of copper into the...

Date Added:December 7, 2022

PHYS.ORG - Earth

However, this may prove risky because forests and soils are also threatened by a range of impacts, such as fire, disease, changes in farming practices, and deforestation. These threats mean that forests and soils could lose their stored carbon back to the atmosphere. There is also a risk of...

Date Added:December 7, 2022

PHYS.ORG - Biology

In a bustling metro area of 4.3 million people, Yale University wildlife biologist Nyeema Harris ventures into isolated thickets to study Detroit's most elusive residents - coyotes, foxes, raccoons and skunks among them. Harris and colleagues have placed trail cameras in woodsy sections of 25...

Date Added:December 7, 2022

PHYS.ORG - Technology

Europe is likely to scrape through this winter without cutting off gas customers despite reduced Russian supplies, but even adjusting to colder homes and paying more may not be enough in coming years, analysts say. "I like a hot house, I have to admit... I really used a lot of gas," said Sofie...

Date Added:December 7, 2022

New York Times - Climate Section

“I will not compromise on the availability of power,” India’s energy minister has declared in defense of fossil fuel use, which is heavily subsidized. Emily Schmall, a South Asia correspondent, reported from New Delhi. Clifford Krauss, who covers energy, reported from Houston. In the shadow of a...

Author:Emily Schmall and Clifford Krauss
Date Added:December 7, 2022

Planes, trains and ships: Growing respect for transportation efficiency

In celebration of the telematics and analytics helping reduce fuel consumption in the transportation sector. In the quest to love on the latest greatest breakthrough (guilty!), climate techies often overlook what the legendary Amory Lovins (engineer and co-founder of Rocky Mountain Institute)...

Author:Heather Clancy
Date Added:December 7, 2022

Skeptical Science

The next General Assembly of the European Geosciences EGU (EGU) will take place in Vienna and online from April 24 to 28, 2023. It will be a fully hybrid event with all but the on-premise poster sessions coming with creative online options for both authors and attendees. I've been invited by...

Date Added:December 7, 2022

Grist Climate and Energy

This coverage is made possible through a partnership with Grist and WABE, Atlanta’s NPR station. On a stretch of West Georgia highway, in the triangle of land where an exit ramp meets the road, 2,600 solar panels soak up the bright southern sun. The 5-acre site used to be barren and eroding, but...

Date Added:December 7, 2022

The perverse fossil fuels incentives that lead bankers to hate their grandkids

Is a law, rule, subsidy, compensation package or other action incentivizing the kind of behavior a society needs for let’s say … long-term survival? If not, it may be time to scrap it. According to the recent report, "Banking on Climate Chaos," since the Paris Agreement was signed to much...

Author:Matt Orsagh
Date Added:December 7, 2022

Grist Climate and Energy

As the country barrelled towards a potential rail workers strike last week, battle lines were drawn over the issue of paid sick leave. On the one side were unions - the signalmen, track workers, boilermakers, and conductors - who had rejected a contract brokered in September that didn’t include...

Date Added:December 7, 2022

"Humanity has become a weapon of mass extinction," the head of the United Nations has warned at the start of a high-level nature summit in Canada. Governments are meeting in Montreal to agree targets to reverse the loss of nature. UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres said we have a chance to...

Date Added:December 7, 2022

This video can not be played Sarah Keith-Lucas has details of the wintry weather due this week People are being advised to heat living rooms during the day and bedrooms before going to sleep as a cold spell hits the UK. Health officials issued the advice to people who cannot heat every room or...

Date Added:December 7, 2022

Guardian - Energy

Leaders announce partnership to reduce global dependence on Russian energy Joe Biden has agreed a deal to ramp up gas exports from the US to the UK as part of a joint effort to cut bills and limit Russia’s impact on western energy supplies. Sunak and Biden announced an “energy security and...

Date Added:December 7, 2022

Guardian - Climate Change

The flight takes less than one hour and yet there are few environmentally friendly alternatives If a flight is so short you don’t have time to finish your complimentary cheese and biscuits before having your rubbish whisked away for landing, chances are there’s a more environmentally friendly...

Date Added:December 7, 2022

Scotland has lost its lead over the rest of the UK on tackling climate change, advisers have warned. A report from the Climate Change Committee (CCC) said progress on cutting greenhouse gas emissions has "largely stalled" in recent years. Its independent assessment said Scotland's targets -...

Date Added:December 7, 2022

Guardian - Climate Change

Humanity has become 'weapon of mass extinction’, UN head tells Cop15 launch

António Guterres calls for end to destruction of nature as Canada pushes proposal to protect 30% of Earth Humanity has become a weapon of mass extinction and governments must end the “orgy of destruction”, the UN secretary general, António Guterres, has said at the beginning of the biodiversity...

Date Added:December 7, 2022

Union of Concerned Scientists - Food and Agriculture

One of the many functions of the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) is to advance cross-cutting, innovative research in, well, agriculture. With a budget of $4.1 billion for research (which sounded like a lot until I realized it was mere 2% of the overall USDA budget of $198...

Date Added:December 7, 2022