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Slick operator: Indonesian cooking oil probe may spread to biodiesel industry


JAKARTA — Prosecutors in Indonesia have arrested a prominent economist in an ongoing investigation into why the world’s top producer of palm oil is suffering a . . .

EnviroLink Network by hayat on 19 May 2022

Skeptical Science New Research for Week #20 2022


Drought: the past is no longer prologue Drought management in the United States (and elsewhere) is highly informed by events of the past, employing records . . .

Skeptical Science New Research for Week #20 2022 by ? on 19 May 2022

Somerset ‘super nature reserve’ will benefit UK’s rarest wildlife


Environmental organisations partner to create 15,000-acre protected wetland from Glastonbury to Bridgwater Bay. At this time of year the booming call of the . . .

Environment | The Guardian by rris on 19 May 2022

UK has approved several fossil fuel projects since Cop26, analysis finds


About 50 schemes are thought to be in pipeline between now and 2025 despite climate pledges. Several major UK fossil fuel projects have been approved since . . .

Environment | The Guardian by ene on 19 May 2022

Why migratory birds have been late to UK skies this spring


North-easterly winds and bad weather in southern Europe have delayed the arrival of many birds from Africa this year. One swallow does not, proverbially, make a . . .

Environment | The Guardian by oss on 19 May 2022

Plant species can migrate in response to climate change – by hitching rides in animal bellies


But populations of animals that disperse plant seeds are declining. Plant species can migrate in response to climate change – by hitching rides in animal . . .

Yale Climate Connections by YCC Team on 18 May 2022

GW distributes reusable bottles to campus community


George Washington University kicked off its campaign to distribute 30,000 reusable water bottles to the GW community through a partnership with Didómi. . . .

Planet Forward - Most Recent by unt on 18 May 2022

Building With Mud in India


Mathews George is building a two-story mud house in Karunapuram village. He emphasizes that mud lasts as long as concrete and it can withstand the attack of . . .

Natural Building Blog by Kelly Hart on 18 May 2022

Podcast: Vandana Shiva on the agroecology solution for climate, biodiversity and hunger


Today we’re talking about agroecology, which applies ecological principles to agricultural systems and is considered an important strategy for both mitigating . . .

EnviroLink Network by Mike Gaworecki on 18 May 2022

EU Parliament’s Environment Committee urges scale back of biomass burning


In a surprising and unprecedented vote this week, the European Parliament’s Environment Committee recommended the scaling back of the EU’s existing subsidies . . .

EnviroLink Network by Glenn Scherer on 18 May 2022

EU reveals its plans to stop using Russian gas


SharecloseShare pageCopy linkAbout sharing Image source, Getty Images The European Commission has given more details on how it plans to end Europe’s . . .

EnviroLink Network by By Jonah Fisher on 18 May 2022

Foresters hope 'assisted migration' will preserve landscapes as the climate changes


Foresters responding to climate change are experimenting with planting trees in Vermont that typically are found further south. They hope the trees will survive . . .

EnviroLink Network by Emma Jacobs on 18 May 2022

Drought and soaring food prices from Ukraine war leave millions in Africa starving


A report finds 23 million people are experiencing extreme hunger in Ethiopia, Somalia and Kenya, which face their worst drought in 40 years. Food prices hit . . .

EnviroLink Network by Eyder Peralta on 18 May 2022

Girls see physics as for white men only, MPs told


SharecloseShare pageCopy linkAbout sharing Image source, Getty Images Girls do not take physics at A-level because they think the subject is only for white . . .

EnviroLink Network by By Kate McGough on 18 May 2022

Indigenous group and locals sign agreement to protect sustainable livelihoods and culture


AGUA BONITA CAMP, Colombia – Walking all day through the jungle to visit the encampments of friends and relatives is what Tumni Abtukaru misses the most about . . .

EnviroLink Network by latoyaabulu on 18 May 2022

Open-pit mining ban lifted in Philippine province, clearing way for copper project


MINDANAO, Philippines – Legislators in the southern Philippine province of South Cotabato moved this week to overturn a 12-year-old provincial ban on open-pit . . .

EnviroLink Network by Isabel Esterman on 18 May 2022

Spotted hyenas adapt to climate change in famed Tanzanian park


Spotted hyenas appear to be adapting to climate change in Tanzania’s famous Serengeti National Park, surprising researchers who expected changing rainfall . . .

EnviroLink Network by terna gyuse on 18 May 2022

EU reveals its plans to stop using Russian gas


It will invest in pipelines in other countries but will speed up a shift to green energy. . . .

BBC News - Science BBC News - Science & Environment by ? on 18 May 2022

Girls see physics as for white men only, MPs told


"If you are black or a woman, you don't see yourself fitting in," a leading female physicist says. . . .

BBC News - Science BBC News - Science & Environment by ? on 18 May 2022

‘JUSTICE FOR AFRICA’ – XR disrupts Schlumberger-sponsored Gala Dinner at Gordon Ramsay Restaurant


At 5pm this evening, Extinction Rebellion took action to prevent the Africa Energies Summit gala dinner at Gordon Ramsay's Heddon Street Kitchen in central . . .

Extinction Rebellion UK by Extinction Rebellion on 18 May 2022

When wheat never dies


Could commercially viable and tasty perennial crops like Kernza be regenerative agriculture's holy grail? . . .

Climate Energy – Grist by Marc Fawcett-Atkinson on 18 May 2022

Columbia Climate School’s First Class Day and Commencement: Photos and Videos


Photos and videos from before, during, and after the Class Day ceremony, plus more from the university-wide Commencement ceremony. . . .

State of the Planet by Sarah Fecht on 18 May 2022

Students Take the Driver’s Seat in Drone-Enabled Geospatial Data Analysis


Columbia College students pilot drones to enhance the power of their geospatial data collection. . . .

State of the Planet by Center for International Earth Science Information Network on 18 May 2022

Nailbiting on the Texas Grid. It’s Only May.


Texas Energy analyst Doug Lewin this morning on Twitter: #ERCOT projecting demand of 71.7GW. Again, all time *June* record is 70.2GW. 13.3GW of thermal plants . . .

Climate Denial Crock of the Week by greenman3610 on 18 May 2022

State of the Climate: Pretty Much What You Thought


World Meteorological Organization released its “State of the Climate” report. It’s concerning that the steady drumbeat of dire warnings all . . .

Climate Denial Crock of the Week by greenman3610 on 18 May 2022

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Turkey Launches Its First Homegrown Automotive Company & It’s Electric!


Takeaways: Turkey has established itself as a global automotive manufacturing powerhouse. The Turkish government, looking to capitalize on electric vehicles in . . .

Happy Eco News by Grant Brown on 18 May 2022

Everybody Clap! Endangered Seal Species Hits Comeback Milestone


Takeaways: The population of Hawaiian monk seals, found only in Hawaii, has surpassed 1500 seals. This is higher than their number has been in over 20 years. . . .

Happy Eco News by Jamie D'Souza on 18 May 2022

This Parisian Hotel Is a ‘Living Building’ With a Glorious Green Facade


Takeaways: Villa M. in the south of Paris is hotel that is dramatically covered in plants. The plant façade is intended to grow into a vertical garden and . . .

Happy Eco News by Grant Brown on 18 May 2022

No More Russian Oil: How Europe Could Cut 35% Of Its Transport Oil Demand


Takeaways: The UK and the European Union have announced plants to phase out Russian oil imports by the end of 2022. Almost all of Europe’s demand for . . .

Happy Eco News by Grant Brown on 18 May 2022

Lessons from Panda Conservation Could Help Asia’s Other, Overlooked, Bears


Takeaways: Pandas conservation efforts are largely due to the public attention they have gotten over the years which have led to significant funding to help . . .

Happy Eco News by Jamie D'Souza on 18 May 2022

Gardening is Good for the Mind


Approximately 7.5 million people in the UK are diagnosed with a mental illness. In addition, Mental Health UK shares that about one in four experience mental . . .

Blog - Deep Adaptation Forum by JBatey on 18 May 2022

Climate crisis makes extreme Indian heatwaves 100 times more likely – study


Latest analysis adds to evidence that the impacts of human-caused global heating are already damaging many lives around the world. Record-breaking heatwaves in . . .

Environment | The Guardian by rrington Environment editor on 18 May 2022

‘World is at boiling point’: humanity must redefine relationship with nature, says report


Stockholm institute calls for ‘bold science-based decision-making’ to tackle climate, social and economic crises. The world is at “boiling point” and humanity . . .

Environment | The Guardian by aylor on 18 May 2022

Extinction obituary: the sudden, sad disappearance of the Christmas Island forest skink


Gump was the last lizard of her kind when she died in 2014, and her demise should be ‘a scar on our conscience’. The last Christmas Island forest skink was . . .

Environment | The Guardian by o on 18 May 2022

5 Eco-friendly Household Habits That Can Help the Environment


Concerns about sustainability are becoming more serious than ever. It has gotten so bad that some governments have actually started cracking down on reports . . .

Blue and Green Tomorrow by Ann Sanders on 18 May 2022

Are Electric Cars Really Better for the Planet?


Electric cars have been on the rise in recent years. More people are switching to lower their emissions and be more environmentally friendly. With electric . . .

Blue and Green Tomorrow by Annie Qureshi on 18 May 2022

Forests might not be the climate saviors we are counting on


New research suggests trees in the future won't get a big growth spurt from more CO2, and will die more in wildfires, droughts and insect outbreaks. . . .

Anthropocene by Warren Cornwall on 18 May 2022

Modern Farm Vehicles Heavier Than Dinosaurs Can Damage Soil for Decades, Study Finds


Footprints in the soil aren’t something you might normally associate with having a big impact on the environment, but soils are delicate ecosystems made up of . . .

EcoWatch by Cristen Hemingway Jaynes on 18 May 2022

Buffalo Shooter Is the Latest Mass Killer to Use Eco-Fascist Rhetoric


The 18-year-old who allegedly opened fire on the parking lot of a Buffalo, New York supermarket on Saturday may be the latest mass shooter to be motivated, at . . .

EcoWatch by Olivia Rosane on 18 May 2022

New Research Could Lead to Solar Panels That Work at Night


Solar panels are a popular form of harvesting clean energy, but they aren’t without their limitations. They work best in bright, direct sunlight, so overcast . . .

EcoWatch by Paige Bennett on 18 May 2022

Your Sunscreen Is Toxic: How to Buy Sunscreen That’s Safe for You & the Environment


The temperatures are heating up, kids are getting out of school and airline data is telling us that everyone has vacation on the brain.1 If beach trips are part . . .

EcoWatch by Kristina Zagame on 18 May 2022

How to Grow Houseplants Sustainably


There’s nothing like an army of houseplants to brighten up a home. Interacting with indoor plants is proven to help with stress, help purify the air, and bring . . .

EcoWatch by Linnea Harris on 18 May 2022

Is Smart Building Technology the Future of Sustainability?


Sustainability is becoming a greater concern for many people all over the world. Many organizations are investing in green buildings to lower their carbon . . .

Blue and Green Tomorrow by Diana Hope on 17 May 2022

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Climate change has created a new workforce - Yale Climate Connections by YCC Team on 16 May 2022

University of Mississippi becomes bee-friendly - Planet Forward - Most Recent by ssengill on 16 May 2022

A Well Designed Camper Van - Natural Building Blog by Kelly Hart on 16 May 2022

Behind the scenes of Storm Eunice and landing aircraft safely - Official blog of the Met Office news team by Met Office Press Office on 13 May 2022

Australian election enters the home strait? - Climate Plus by Brian on 16 May 2022

Full lunar eclipse creates rare super blood Moon - BBC News - Science BBC News - Science & Environment by ? on 16 May 2022

Activists stop Russian tanker carrying thousands of tonnes of diesel - Greenpeace UK by Greenpeace UK on 16 May 2022

XR celebrate success of Lloyd’s Blockade as two insurers cut ties with Canadian pipeline - Extinction Rebellion UK by Extinction Rebellion on 13 May 2022

‘Flash droughts’ are Midwest’s next big climate threat - Climate Energy – Grist by Diana Kruzman on 16 May 2022

Greenwashing Decarbonization - State of the Planet by Steve Cohen on 16 May 2022

Why is the government weakening parliamentary scrutiny at such a crucial time? - Inside track by Sophia Greacen on 16 May 2022

John Oliver on America’s Electric Utilities - Climate Denial Crock of the Week by greenman3610 on 16 May 2022

Grave Early Warning Observational Signs for Pending Near-Term AMOC Ocean Circulation System Collapse - Paul Beckwith, Climate System Scientist by paulbeckwith on 14 May 2022

2022 SkS Weekly Climate Change Global Warming News Roundup #19 - Skeptical Science New Research for Week #20 2022 by ? on 15 May 2022

The Case for Climate in the Philippines’ Marcos Restoration Era - Climate Reality by ? on 13 May 2022

Standing with the defenders of the Amazon rainforest - Blog - Deep Adaptation Forum by Dorian Cavé on 13 May 2022

The simple act of spreading rock dust on farms is an overlooked but tantalizing climate solution - Anthropocene by Emma Bryce on 13 May 2022