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New posts collected on Thu Jun 30 2022 at 15:59 UTC.

A conversation with a poet whose home burned to the ground


Sophia Naz wrote her new collection, 'Open Zero,' in the aftermath of a devastating wildfire. A conversation with a poet whose home burned to the ground . . .

Yale Climate Connections by Erika Street Hopman on 30 Jun 2022

Poet Sophia Naz grieves after a wildfire took her home


She processes the loss in her new book, ‘Open Zero.’ Poet Sophia Naz grieves after a wildfire took her home appeared first on Yale Climate Connections. . . .

Yale Climate Connections by YCC Team on 30 Jun 2022

Over a fifth less traffic on the roads thanks to Storm Eunice warnings


Traffic on England’s roads appeared to reduce by over a fifth during Storm Eunice, as drivers appeared to heed the advice of the Met Office, National Highways, . . .

Official blog of the Met Office news team by Met Office Press Office on 30 Jun 2022

Supreme Court restricts the EPA's authority to mandate carbon emissions


The U.S. Supreme Court, in a 6-3 decision, ruled that the Environmental Protection Agency does not have the authority to mandate carbon emissions from existing . . .

EnviroLink Network by Nina Totenberg on 30 Jun 2022

A year before deep-sea mining could begin, calls for a moratorium build


LISBON — Should we mine the seabed, a part of the world rich in resources, but less mapped than the surface of the moon? A growing number of politicians, . . .

EnviroLink Network by elizabethalberts on 30 Jun 2022

Nuclear power is gaining support after years of decline. But old hurdles remain


Investment from the government and private sector are changing the trajectory of the aging U.S. nuclear fleet and spurring development of new nuclear . . .

EnviroLink Network by Laura Benshoff on 30 Jun 2022

‘Fitbit for whales’ and other tagging tech help reshape wildlife conservation


When Alexandra Ross started her study on bridled nail-tail wallabies in central Queensland in Australia in 2017, the wildlife ecologist had a pressing concern. . . .

EnviroLink Network by hayat on 30 Jun 2022

New map of ancient trees an opportunity for conservation


Published2 hours agoSharecloseShare pageCopy linkAbout sharing A new map shows there could be around two million trees with exceptional environmental and . . .

EnviroLink Network by By Claire Marshall on 30 Jun 2022

New map of ancient trees an opportunity for conservation


A new tree-map suggests there could be around two million unrecorded ancient trees in England. . . .

BBC News - Science BBC News - Science & Environment by ? on 30 Jun 2022

The Real Prize: Supremes Gut EPA


And possibly opening the way to destroy the government’s ability to regulate anything at all. And that’s really what this whole 40 year effort has . . .

Climate Denial Crock of the Week by greenman3610 on 30 Jun 2022

Italy’s Drought Deepens


Bloomberg: Recent rain in Northern Italy has done little for the region’s worst drought in 70 years. At least 30% of this year’s rice crop has already been . . .

Climate Denial Crock of the Week by greenman3610 on 30 Jun 2022

GM: How We’ll Make $$ on EVs


Not just selling vehicles, selling “services”. Hot competition for engineers, but maybe 40 percent fewer hours of labor needed for production. . . .

Climate Denial Crock of the Week by greenman3610 on 30 Jun 2022

John Oliver on Water in the West


Plans afoot for surfing lagoons in the Great American Desert. Magic Water that doesn’t exist. The jokes write themselves, and so do the nightmares. . . .

Climate Denial Crock of the Week by greenman3610 on 30 Jun 2022

How Indigenous Traditions Are Saving Zimbabwe’s Endangered Wildlife


Takeaways: A mix of beliefs, taboos and myths, passed orally from generation to generation, has been at the centre of wildlife conservation in many parts of the . . .

Happy Eco News by Jamie D'Souza on 30 Jun 2022

Can Biofuels Really Fly?


Takeaways: Researchers have developed a way that airplanes could be fueled by food waste. The fluid is made up of volatile fatty acids found in decaying food . . .

Happy Eco News by Jamie D'Souza on 30 Jun 2022

Skeptical Science New Research for Week #26 2022


Looking into a distant mirror The academic publishing process is notoriously stately. Events in the rest of the world happen at their own swift pace as a given . . .

Skeptical Science New Research for Week #26 2022 by ? on 30 Jun 2022

UK government to scrap European law protecting special habitats


Environment secretary George Eustice wants to amend Habitats Directive, which protects Natura 2000 sites. Environment secretary George Eustice wants to tear up . . .

Environment | The Guardian by ville on 30 Jun 2022

Burning ban failing to protect England’s peatlands, say conservation groups


Ministers urged to toughen law to help restore carbon sinks, as figures point to illegal burning. The government is failing to protect peatlands in England, . . .

Environment | The Guardian by rton Environment reporter on 30 Jun 2022

New posts on: 2022-06-29, 2022-06-28.

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About the updated 'Collector' program.

The Collector now outputs links and some initial text from blog posts that are new on one day only. These are published on a single page. To restrict output length without completely losing posts, some older posts, collected on the same day but dated more than 2 days ago, appear in a compressed form with clickable titles but no initial text.

The updated format has the advantage that new posts are instantly available on a single page without much scrolling. Links to the previous 2 days new output, if required, is available in exactly the same format. A total of 7 days new output is immediately available on single pages. Earlier output is progressively archived.

Over 35 blogs are currently being scanned.

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Study suggests existence of up to 2.1m ancient and veteran trees in England


Researchers find there could be many more ancient trees than previously recorded, amid calls for better protections. There could be more than 2m ancient and . . .

Environment | The Guardian by rton and Patrick Barkham on 30 Jun 2022

Coca-Cola among brands greenwashing over packaging, report says


Research ‘exposes litany of misleading claims’ by household names, including Coca-Cola and Unilever. Claims about plastic packaging being eco-friendly made by . . .

Environment | The Guardian by ville Environment reporter on 30 Jun 2022

Meat, monopolies, mega farms: how the US food system fuels climate crisis


From a beef-heavy diet to growing crops that don’t feed people – the biggest challenges facing the agriculture industry. Food and the climate crisis are locked . . .

Environment | The Guardian by hupak on 30 Jun 2022

How the gas industry aims to rebrand as ‘clean’ energy to appeal to Black and Latino voters


Pipeline companies facing opposition in blue states have launched a $10m PR campaign targeting the Democratic base. American energy corporation the Williams . . .

Environment | The Guardian by te Brown for Floodlight on 30 Jun 2022

‘White gold’: why shrimp aquaculture is a solution that caused a huge problem


In the 1980s, farmers in Bangladesh went from paddies to ponds, letting salt water flood their land. Now millions are left counting the cost. Asadul Islam peers . . .

Environment | The Guardian by obert Miller in Gabura on 30 Jun 2022

Fossil fuel industry faces surge in climate lawsuits


Number of climate-related lawsuits globally has doubled since 2015, with quarter filed in past two years. The world’s most polluting companies are increasingly . . .

Environment | The Guardian by Kaminski on 30 Jun 2022

Country diary: Hermit crab is a rare find on West Country rockpool safari


Wembury, Devon: These crustaceans disappeared after the Torrey Canyon oil spill, only to be rediscovered six years ago. A pair of polka dot eyes on stalks . . .

Environment | The Guardian by lder on 30 Jun 2022

Bacterial batteries connect like miniscule Legos to deliver power


Researchers cleverly combined three different bacteria to make 3-cm-square biobatteries that can run for weeks instead of hours, and can click together for more . . .

Anthropocene by Prachi Patel on 30 Jun 2022

New Plastic Alternative Degrades Into Sugar


Scientists around the world are working to find an alternative to fossil-fuel based plastics that contribute to the climate crisis and persist in the . . .

EcoWatch by Olivia Rosane on 30 Jun 2022

Canada Will Ban Harmful Plastics By End Of Year


Takeaways: Canada has announced that they will ban harmful plastics by the end of the year. These single-use plastics will include: grocery bags, plastic . . .

Happy Eco News by Jamie D'Souza on 29 Jun 2022

How to stay cool in hot weather


This is a re-post from Yale Climate Connections by Neha Pathak When spring creeps around the corner, pediatrician Aaron Bernstein starts counseling his . . .

Skeptical Science New Research for Week #26 2022 by ? on 29 Jun 2022

Some Older Posts

Tropical storm warnings up for southernmost Lesser Antilles ahead of Potential Tropical Cyclone 2 - Yale Climate Connections by Bob Henson on 27 Jun 2022

Students Design Tiny Homes for the Homeless - Natural Building Blog by Kelly Hart on 26 Jun 2022

Extreme Temperature Diary- Monday June 27th, 2022/Main Topic: World Pledges Aren’t Working…Case in Point- Methane - Guy On Climate by guyonclimate_mi5tor on 27 Jun 2022

How we make our 2050 ‘forecasts’, and why we do them  - Official blog of the Met Office news team by Met Office Press Office on 23 Jun 2022

Nasa launches first rocket from Australian commercial spaceport - BBC News - Science BBC News - Science & Environment by ? on 27 Jun 2022

Defending Renewable Energy Against Local Opposition in Ohio and New York - Climate Law Blog by jacobelkin on 24 Jun 2022

How can a lottery fight the climate crisis? - Greenpeace UK by Greenpeace UK on 23 Jun 2022

The scoop on the Scoping Plan: CARB is not on track to achieve a zero-emission transportation sector (Part 4) - Climate 411 by Guest Author on 24 Jun 2022

SEC proposed rule would mainstream climate-related risk reporting - Center for Climate and Energy Solutions by Marty Niland on 23 Jun 2022

September 10th – Update from the Rebellion Design Team - Extinction Rebellion UK by Extinction Rebellion on 27 Jun 2022

The disease after tomorrow - Climate Energy Archives - Grist by Zoya Teirstein on 27 Jun 2022

Tropical Cyclones Are Dropping in Number, Study Says - State of the Planet by Columbia Climate School on 27 Jun 2022

It’s time for a greener Green Finance Strategy - Inside track by James Fotherby on 24 Jun 2022

Excursion: guided tour exhibition Still Waters Run Deep - Environmental Humanities Center by medha2397 on 23 Jun 2022

2022 SkS Weekly Climate Change Global Warming News Roundup #25 - Skeptical Science New Research for Week #26 2022 by ? on 26 Jun 2022

Are America’s Student Ways of Life Sustainable or Not? - Blue and Green Tomorrow by Diana Hope on 27 Jun 2022

Weaving food in antimicrobial threads could replace plastic wrap and cut waste - Anthropocene by Emma Bryce on 24 Jun 2022