The best way to slow the rapid decline in Arctic sea ice is to reduce soot emissions from burning fossil fuels, wood, and dung. This is the conclusion of a Stanford University study published today in the Journal of Geophysical Research (Atmospheres). The paper, authored by Mark Z. Jacobson, director of Stanford’s Atmosphere/Energy Program, say […]Read More
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“Businesses should be ready to defend what they’re doing about the climate crisis and how they’re taking meaningful action. If they don’t, they could face challenges from many directions, from the SEC to activists to litigators. ” https://bit.ly/3GcdaSt
Concentrated Animal Feeding Operations (CAFOs) post significant health and environmental risks. Biden's Build Back Better plan shouldn't provide any more federal funding for CAFOs
Build Back Better Act Provides Funding for CAFOs https://bit.ly/3AADgO9
In support of environmental protection
Nearly 200 Democrats back EPA in Supreme Court emissions case https://bit.ly/3u2ssqB
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Oil firms accused of scare tactics after claiming climate lawsuits ‘a threat to US’ https://bit.ly/3g1TPJ8
Discovering an unknown pristine coral off the coast of Tahiti fills scientists' hearts with a sense of hope.
'Magical' Coral Reef Discovery Near Tahiti Gives Hope to Scientists https://bit.ly/35kuhot