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There’s a Bernie Meme for Everything


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Climate Denial Crock of the Week by greenman3610 on 22 Jan 2021

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College course teaches students how to be climate leaders


In many schools, the study of climate change is limited to the science. But at the University of Minnesota, Twin Cities, students in one class also learn how to . . .

Yale Climate Connections by admin on 21 Jan 2021

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Biden Signs Sweeping Orders to Tackle Climate Change and Rollback Trump’s Anti-Environment Legacy


In the early hours on Wednesday, as the sun was setting on one presidency and rising on another—but long before it would actually peek over the horizon—two men . . .

Inside Climate News by Katelyn Weisbrod on 21 Jan 2021

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The US Rejoins the Paris Agreement, but Rebuilding Credibility on Climate Action Will Take Time


On the world stage, the most significant stroke of the pen President Joe Biden used to start rebuilding U.S. climate policy after his inauguration was his . . .

Inside Climate News by Katelyn Weisbrod on 21 Jan 2021

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Biden Cancels Keystone XL, Halts Drilling in Arctic Refuge on Day One, Signaling a Larger Shift Away From Fossil Fuels


American efforts to curb climate change have long avoided measures that would rein in the production of oil and gas, instead relying on reducing consumption of . . .

Inside Climate News by Katelyn Weisbrod on 21 Jan 2021

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Inside Clean Energy: Here Are 3 States to Watch in 2021


The Biden administration promises to restart U.S. progress on clean energy and climate policy, after the backsliding of the last four years. But one thing that . . .

Inside Climate News by Katelyn Weisbrod on 21 Jan 2021

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Local Governments Across the Country File Legal Brief Challenging Clean Cars Rollback


Today, the Sabin Center filed an amicus brief on behalf of local governments in support of state, city, environmental, and public health petitioners in . . .

Climate Law Blog by hillaryaidun on 21 Jan 2021

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9 tips to reduce plastic and get sustainable during pregnancy and parenting


The best ways to cut back on plastic during and after pregnancy, and raise awesome environmental activist children in the process. 9 tips to reduce plastic and . . .

Greenpeace UK by Helle Abelvik-Lawson on 21 Jan 2021

US pays rising costs for climate’s flood damage


America’s rainfall patterns are changing with the global climate − and making catastrophic flood damage even more costly. US pays rising costs for climate’s . . .

Climate News Network by Tim Radford on 21 Jan 2021

Activists use Barclaycards to make reparations on bank’s behalf in Money Rebellion’s #RepairHarm debt strike


Today, activists from Money Rebellion (a group within Extinction Rebellion) and Animal Rebellion have taken on credit card debt to pay reparations on behalf of . . .

Extinction Rebellion UK by Extinction Rebellion on 21 Jan 2021

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Biden rejoining the Paris Agreement, explained


Here's what that means for the U.S., the world, and climate change. . . .

Climate Energy | Grist by Jesse Nichols on 21 Jan 2021

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‘Red wall’ swing voters support strong food regulations and standards


This post is by Emma Rose, director at Unchecked UK. The UK’s departure from the EU has triggered a number of deregulatory pronouncements from Number 10. Boris . . .

Inside track by Green Alliance blog on 21 Jan 2021

It Starts Now


By Ken Berlin Millions of Americans will remember January 20, 2021 as the day the nation got a new president and our first female and Black vice president. . . .

Climate Reality by on 21 Jan 2021

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Poet Amanda Gorman on Climate


Amanda Gorman, the brilliant, luminous young poet in yesterday’s inaugural, made this amazing statement on climate change in 2018. If you missed her at . . .

Climate Denial Crock of the Week by greenman3610 on 21 Jan 2021

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European Investment Bank: “Gas is Over”


Message sinking in . Euractiv: Europe needs to acknowledge that its future is no longer with fossil fuels, said the President of the European Investment Bank as . . .

Climate Denial Crock of the Week by greenman3610 on 21 Jan 2021

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Ground Shifts Under Oil/Gas Industry as Biden Takes Office


Working on a piece about the new energy landscape. A well-known expert told me that by 2022, the only climate debate would be whether Republicans can handle it . . .

Climate Denial Crock of the Week by greenman3610 on 21 Jan 2021

What Biden and Democratic Senate can do on climate in their first 100 days


This is a re-post from Yale Climate Connections Democrats now control the White House, Senate, and House of Representatives for the first time in a decade, . . .

Skeptical Science by on 21 Jan 2021

Mom, We Crashed the Planet


Donald Trump was right. There is a swamp. It’s not the ballast of the entrenched bureaucracies in DC that administer our laws. It’s the physics of planetary . . .

Blog – Deep Adaptation Forum by Vicki Robin on 21 Jan 2021

The Optimist


if you are planting a seed and someone tells you that the world is ending carry on planting your seed The Optimist appeared first on Deep Adaptation Forum. . . .

Blog – Deep Adaptation Forum by Rakaya Esime Fetuga on 21 Jan 2021

Me? A Racist?!: Getting Honest with Myself


A few weeks ago, I and other DA volunteers and core team members took part in three days of training on diversity and decolonisation. Me? A Racist?!: Getting . . .

Blog – Deep Adaptation Forum by Cat Jenkins on 21 Jan 2021

Hitting the Wall


This article, based on a podcast for Inner Green Deal, describes how I see the world today, at 62, when I embark upon the last season of my life and maybe of . . .

Blog – Deep Adaptation Forum by Fernando García Ferreiro on 21 Jan 2021

What Biden and Democratic Senate can do on climate in their first 100 days


Democrats now control the White House, Senate, and House of Representatives for the first time in a decade, albeit with razor thin Congressional majorities. The . . .

Yale Climate Connections by Dana Nuccitelli on 20 Jan 2021

United Kingdom’s National Health Service plans to eliminate its contribution to climate change


Hospitals are dedicated to patients’ wellness. Yet with energy-intensive buildings and a vast need for supplies, the healthcare industry contributes to . . .

Yale Climate Connections by Diana Madson on 20 Jan 2021

Are Tire Bales Insulation or Mass?


Recently Kimi Ishikawa posted this comment on the blog post about building their tire bale house in New Mexico: I hear people referring to tire bales as . . .

by Kelly Hart on 20 Jan 2021

Changing of the guard


“Out of many, one” is what the Latin E pluribus unum means on the Seal of the President of the United States which only reached its final design in . . .

Climate Plus by Brian on 20 Jan 2021

Court Strikes Down Trump Rollback of Climate Regulations for Coal-Fired Power Plants


On President Donald Trump’s last full day in office a federal appeals court landed a major blow to his administration’s deregulatory campaign by rejecting its . . .

Inside Climate News by Katelyn Weisbrod on 20 Jan 2021

The Supreme Court Hears Arguments on Climate Change. Is it Ready to Decide Which Courts Have Jurisdiction?


Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh wasted no time cutting to the chase during a hearing Tuesday in a climate change case in which the City of Baltimore is . . .

Inside Climate News by Katelyn Weisbrod on 20 Jan 2021

Sabin Center Launches Climate Reregulation Tracker as President Biden Takes Office


Today, January 20, 2021, the Sabin Center for Climate Change Law launched the Climate Reregulation Tracker to follow the Biden administration’s progress in . . .

Climate Law Blog by hillaryaidun on 20 Jan 2021

Penguin facts – 9 fascinating things you might not know


Improve your knowledge about our loveable flippered friends with these fascinating facts about penguins Penguin facts – 9 fascinating things you might not . . .

Greenpeace UK by Greenpeace UK on 20 Jan 2021

Reformed trade rules can help to save the climate


If the British government agrees to reformed trade rules, that could help the crucial climate talks it will chair in November. Reformed trade rules can help to . . .

Climate News Network by Alex Kirby on 20 Jan 2021

After a decade of struggle, Keystone XL may be sold for scrap


Will Biden’s executive order kill the pipeline for good? . . .

Climate Energy | Grist by Alexandria Herr on 20 Jan 2021

Biden just put the US back in the Paris Agreement. Now the pressure is on.


Rejoining Paris is just the first step. . . .

Climate Energy | Grist by Shannon Osaka on 20 Jan 2021

From doublespeak to alternative facts: How Trump made a mess of the language


What George Orwell can teach us about Trump's environmental lies. . . .

Climate Energy | Grist by Kate Yoder on 20 Jan 2021

Today’s Message


“There is always light if only we’re brave enough to see it. If only we’re brave enough to be it.”– Amanda Gorman . . .

Climate Denial Crock of the Week by greenman3610 on 20 Jan 2021

Skeptical Science New Research for Week #3, 2021


Weather reporting turns into climate recording Leading a quartet of researchers, Dr. Chunluuml;e Zhou produces a tour de force of improved and more productive . . .

Skeptical Science by on 20 Jan 2021

Ins and outs of Congressional Review Act and climate change rules


The obstacles the Trump administration has placed on environmental rulemaking and, by extension, on stemming climate change have been well-documented by . . .

Yale Climate Connections by Jan Ellen Spiegel on 19 Jan 2021

Not just polar bears: Lizards and snakes will feel global warming’s effects


Some animals, like polar bears, make headlines because of the threats they face from climate change. “But there’s so many other animals and plants . . .

Yale Climate Connections by admin on 19 Jan 2021

Could Baltimore’s Climate Change Suit Become a Supreme Court Test Case?


What began as a narrow jurisdictional question to be argued Tuesday before the U.S. Supreme Court in a climate change lawsuit filed by the city of Baltimore . . .

Inside Climate News by Katelyn Weisbrod on 19 Jan 2021

Science warns world of ‘ghastly’ future ahead


Take all the dire warnings and assessments that scientists have made. Add them up. Their answer? A ghastly future ahead. Science warns world of . . .

Climate News Network by Tim Radford on 19 Jan 2021

Godwin’s Law and Us


This is a follow up to my “Shame” blog about the president-triggered mob attack on the American government in Washington, DC on January 6th. The attack was one . . .

ClimateChangeFork by climatechangefork on 19 Jan 2021

What happens to the Resistance after the world’s loudest science denier leaves the White House?


Trump's unintended legacy: a fiery climate movement . . .

Climate Energy | Grist by Shannon Osaka on 19 Jan 2021

Where is the England Peat Strategy?


This post is by Jenny Hawley, policy manager at Plantlife, Paul De Zylva, senior nature campaigner at Friends of the Earth, Ali Morse, water policy manager at . . .

Inside track by Green Alliance blog on 19 Jan 2021

Individual Action vs. Collective Action and the Importance of the Swiss Cheese Model


As the world has grappled with the COVID-19 pandemic over the past year, we’ve all learned about a number of ways to fight the spread of the virus. From social . . .

Climate Reality by on 19 Jan 2021

Gillett et al. (2021) global warming attribution study


The Human vs. Natural Contributions to Global Warming chart on the Skeptical Science Graphics Page has been updated to include the study discussed below A new . . .

Skeptical Science by on 19 Jan 2021

Madhushri (What no one tells you about careers in wildlife)


Written by Madhushri Mudke Ten years ago, the dilemma of finding an appropriate career in wildlife that allowed me to ‘work with wildlife’ was a daunting path . . .

Lonely Conservationists by Jessie Panazzolo on 19 Jan 2021

Advocate and scholar Beverly Wright wants to put justice at center of climate policies


Burning fossil fuels produces carbon dioxide and other air pollutants that can worsen asthma and other illnesses. But not all people are equally at risk. Black . . .

Yale Climate Connections by admin on 18 Jan 2021

Open Air Theater Cafe in Thailand


This bamboo construction has served as the setting for experimental music artists from all over the world at an annual festival in Thailand. Due to the . . .

by Kelly Hart on 18 Jan 2021

The South’s Communication Infrastructure Can’t Withstand Climate Change


This story was previously published by Southerly/Scalawag. Read the original here. When Hurricane Zeta made landfall on the Gulf Coast in October, 2.6 . . .

Inside Climate News by Vernon Loeb on 18 Jan 2021

A new city rises in the desert, under a fake moon


The world’s biggest oil exporter, Saudi Arabia, is planing a new city entirely dependent on clean energy. A new city rises in the desert, under a fake moon . . .

Climate News Network by Kieran Cooke on 18 Jan 2021

The president needs to hit the ground running on climate


Climate scientists say we've run out of time, that it's too late to protect everyone from climate change. So here's what Biden needs to do to turn the tide. . . .

Climate Energy | Grist by Michael E. Mann on 18 Jan 2021

Keystone, on the Ropes, Suggests Pipeline to Run on Solar, Wind


For a guy that was supposed to be a pushover, President Biden is coming out of the starting gate with some pretty big punches. On day one, the US will rejoin . . .

Climate Denial Crock of the Week by greenman3610 on 18 Jan 2021

Older Posts

Memoir, poetry, and climate change in Felicia Luna Lemus’ ‘Particulate Matter’ - Yale Climate Connections by admin on 15 Jan 2021

On baselines and climate normals - …and Then There's Physics by ...and Then There's Physics on 17 Jan 2021

Sheltered: Underground and Off the Grid - by Kelly Hart on 16 Jan 2021

Performative PM - Climate Plus by Brian on 16 Jan 2021

Global Efforts to Adapt to the Impacts of Climate Are Lagging as Much as Efforts to Slow Emissions - Inside Climate News by Katelyn Weisbrod on 17 Jan 2021

GISS reports 2020 as warmest year (virtual tie with 2016). - moyhu by Nick Stokes on 15 Jan 2021

Overheated Earth can slow plants’ carbon storage - Climate News Network by Tim Radford on 15 Jan 2021

Important climate rulemaking kicks off in Oregon: What we’re watching - Climate 411 by Erica Morehouse on 15 Jan 2021

Inaugurating hope for ambitious climate solutions - Center for Climate and Energy Solutions by Stephanie Gagnon on 15 Jan 2021

Phoebe, 28, garden designer from Brighton - Extinction Rebellion UK by Zoe Blackler on 16 Jan 2021

More than 50 countries commit to protecting 30% of Earth’s land and oceans - Climate Energy | Grist by Fiona Harvey on 17 Jan 2021

Will net zero really cost ten million jobs? - Inside track by Green Alliance blog on 15 Jan 2021

The Capitol Riot and Climate Disinformation - Climate Denial Crock of the Week by greenman3610 on 17 Jan 2021

Global Average Temperatures in 2020 Reached a RECORD HIGH of 1.55 C above PreIndustrial in 1750 - Paul Beckwith, Climate System Scientist by paulbeckwith on 17 Jan 2021

Guest post: How to ‘fairly’ share emissions from goods traded around the world - Skeptical Science by on 15 Jan 2021

About the "Collector"

The Collector (output above) is programmed to output links and some initial text from Climate Change blog posts published over the last week or so. Latest posts are displayed first and clicking on any title of interest will visit the original post on a new page. Over 25 blogs are now being scanned.

Posts appearing for the first time are labelled 'New Post'. To restrict output length without completely losing posts, older posts appear in a compressed form with clickable titles but no initial text. Blogger and WordPress blogs normally have feeds that the Collector can read but others may not. Please note that a request from a blogger, not to scan their blog, is always respected.