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

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2021 SkS Weekly Climate Change Global Warming News Roundup #16


Listing of articles linked to on the Skeptical Science Facebook Page during the past week: Sun, Apr 11, 2021 through Sat, Apr 17, 2021 Not having had a chance . . .

Skeptical Science by ? on 18 Apr 2021

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Category 5 Super Typhoon Surigae brushes Philippines


Super Typhoon Surigae exploded into a high-end category 5 typhoon with 180 mph winds and a central pressure of 905 mb at 8 a.m. EDT (8 p.m. Philippines time) . . .

Yale Climate Connections by Jeff Masters, Ph.D. on 17 Apr 2021

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Chemours Says it Will Dramatically Reduce Greenhouse Gas Emissions, Aiming for Net Zero by 2050


The U.S.-based multinational chemical company Chemours says it will dramatically reduce greenhouse gas emissions in the coming years on a path to effectively . . .

Inside Climate News by Katelyn Weisbrod on 17 Apr 2021

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Texas Politicians Aim to Penalize Wind and Solar in Response to Outages. Are Renewables Now Strong Enough to Defend Themselves?


Texas lawmakers are pushing legislation aimed at what they see as the culprit in the massive power outages and more than 100 deaths during February’s winter . . .

Inside Climate News by Katelyn Weisbrod on 17 Apr 2021

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Warming Trends: Google Earth Shows Climate Change in Action, a History of the World Through Bat Guano and Bike Riding With Monarchs


Solutions Watching Climate Change at Work An updated Google Earth feature shows climate change in action over the last four decades. Launched in collaboration . . .

Inside Climate News by Katelyn Weisbrod on 17 Apr 2021

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Drought Dries Up Computer Chip Supplies


It’s all connected. Wall Street Journal: TAIPEI—The worst drought in half a century is hitting Taiwan, adding strain to an island that is home to . . .

Climate Denial Crock of the Week by greenman3610 on 17 Apr 2021

Ted Cruz: From Climate Denier to Anti-Mask Cultist


These days, Ted Cruz is the leader of the know-nothing anti-mask movement (throwing a tantrum in a Target near you..) – but he’s been the leading . . .

Climate Denial Crock of the Week by greenman3610 on 17 Apr 2021

Linking Mid-Latitude Extreme Weather Events to Arctic Amplification; Complexities Abound


Apr 16, 2021 One of the obvious consequences of abrupt climate system change is the large increase we have experienced in the frequency, severity, and duration . . .

Paul Beckwith, Climate System Scientist by paulbeckwith on 17 Apr 2021

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The solution to California’s rampant sea urchin problem is to eat them. I gave it a try


“Babe! I sprayed mouth everywhere!” I never thought I’d find myself screaming these words on a tranquil Sunday morning in my tiny San . . .

Happy Eco News by Jamie D'Souza on 17 Apr 2021

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Wayanad sanctuary a haven for Asiatic wild dog


Dhole or Asiatic wild dog, an endangered large carnivore, in the Wayanad Wildlife Sanctuary. Study finds the sanctuary is host to nearly 50 individuals A recent . . .

Happy Eco News by Jamie D'Souza on 17 Apr 2021

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UK launches world’s largest ocean monitoring system


The U.K. government, under the Blue Belt program , has announced its plan to install underwater camera rigs for monitoring ocean wildlife in its overseas . . .

Happy Eco News by Jamie D'Souza on 17 Apr 2021

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These endangered monkeys kept getting hit by cars. Scientists had a clever solution.


Zanzibar red colobuses (Piliocolobus kirkii) are one of the most endagered species of African primates. (Image credit: Tim R. B. Davenport) Endangered primates . . .

Happy Eco News by Jamie D'Souza on 17 Apr 2021

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United Airlines: ‘No choice’ but to go carbon neutral


In 2019 there were 4.5 billion airline passengers worldwide, up from 2.1 billion in 2005 Flying is one of the most carbon-intensive ways to get around . Around . . .

Happy Eco News by Jamie D'Souza on 17 Apr 2021

Sonnet for the glass blower


Look Ma, mermaids tears! He says, hands over-flowing with sea-foam, cobalt and honey-amber glass fragments Sonnet for the glass blower appeared first on Deep . . .

Blog – Deep Adaptation Forum by Majella Kelly on 17 Apr 2021

12 books on repairing our relationship with our only planet


For April’s bookshelf we take a cue from Earth Day and step back to look at the bigger picture. It wasn’t climate change that motivated people to . . .

Yale Climate Connections by Michael Svoboda, Ph.D. on 16 Apr 2021

Why scientists shouldn’t heed calls to ‘stay in our lane’


It’s hard to lose a long-term friendship. That happened to me last year. My friendship did not survive my unwillingness to “stay in my lane.” . . .

Yale Climate Connections by admin on 16 Apr 2021

How addressing climate change can also improve public health


Picture yourself at an event and the presenter asks audience members to raise their hands if they believe climate change is a threat that needs to be addressed. . . .

Yale Climate Connections by admin on 16 Apr 2021

Online tool helps people make their homes energy efficient


Most utilities offer rebates and programs to help people make their homes more energy efficient. Taking advantage of these offers can save customers money on . . .

Yale Climate Connections by admin on 16 Apr 2021

Unique 3D Printed Mud House


Casa Covida blends rammed earth, mud, clay and other natural materials with 3D printing. These materials are local and easy to source. California-based Emerging . . .

by Kelly Hart on 16 Apr 2021

Politicians Are Considering Paying Farmers to Store Carbon. But Some Environmental and Agriculture Groups Say It’s Greenwashing


A coalition of environmental, agriculture and justice groups is attempting to drum up opposition to legislation that aims to help farmers store carbon in the . . .

Inside Climate News by Katelyn Weisbrod on 16 Apr 2021

Will a Recent Emergency Methane Release Be the Third Strike for Weymouth’s New Natural Gas Compressor?


For the third time in less than a year, the operators of a new natural gas compressor shoe-horned into an environmental justice community near Boston have . . .

Inside Climate News by Katelyn Weisbrod on 16 Apr 2021

Monsoon changes threaten Asia and warn the world


For generations India’s farmers have relied on its arrival, but monsoon changes suggest a hotter and less predictable world. Monsoon changes threaten Asia and . . .

Climate News Network by Tim Radford on 16 Apr 2021

Offshore wind benefits are within North Carolina’s reach if we act with urgency


This post was authored by Michelle Allen, Project Manager for the North Carolina Political Affairs team. Offshore wind is taking off in the U.S., and the . . .

Climate 411 by Guest Author on 16 Apr 2021

DOE’s SuperTruck 3 Can Help Us Reach a Zero-Emission Future – If We Have the Right Clean Truck Standards Too


Cleaning up pollution from the U.S. trucking industry is an urgent need for the U.S. For the past decade, the U.S. Department of Energy’s (DOE) SuperTruck . . .

Climate 411 by Jason Mathers on 16 Apr 2021


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Trial Extended: XR versus Shell in Crown Court – ‘Shell still knows’


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Extinction Rebellion UK by Zoe Blackler on 16 Apr 2021

Extinction Rebellion Podcast Episode 21 – It’s Not Illegal To Care: The Police Crime Sentencing and Courts Bill


Extinction Rebellion Podcast: Apple Podcasts | Spotify | Podomatic The episode begins with the stirring words of XR’s Clare Farrell and Marvina . . .

Extinction Rebellion UK by Extinction Rebellion Podcast on 16 Apr 2021

Meet 12 Columbia Graduates Taking on the Climate Crisis


These students are serious about Earth Day, and doing their part to protect the environment. They are committed to thinking and acting more sustainably. The . . .

State of the Planet by Earth Institute on 16 Apr 2021

Columbia Climate School Goes to the Green Mountains


This pre-college program in Castleton, Vermont, will mobilize students in grades 9–12 to take action and affect change in response to our warming planet. The . . .

State of the Planet by Cassie Xu on 16 Apr 2021

You May Have Noticed Some Changes Around Our Site…


The Earth Institute is proud to announce that we will take on a central role in the new Columbia Climate School. The post You May Have Noticed Some Changes . . .

State of the Planet by Earth Institute on 16 Apr 2021

The Weekend Wonk: Carbon Capture Gas Plants Planned: Are they Ready for Prime Time?


Are gas turbines with carbon capture part of the answer? There are reasons to be skeptical.But, If they can build two new planned facilities, we’ll have a . . .

Climate Denial Crock of the Week by greenman3610 on 16 Apr 2021

Texas Close Call a Warning for Summer?


Texas Tribune: Electricity outages in Texas could occur again this summer — just a few months after the devastating winter storm that left millions of Texans . . .

Climate Denial Crock of the Week by greenman3610 on 16 Apr 2021

Study: Clean Energy + Batteries Beat Gas, Hands Down


About 10 years ago, the cost of solar PV dropped below the cost of gas peakers in the American Southwest, particularly California. At that moment the PV . . .

Climate Denial Crock of the Week by greenman3610 on 16 Apr 2021

Dr Fauci Becomes Symbol for the Anti-Science Crowd


Raw Story: On CNN Thursday, former George W. Bush campaign strategist Matthew Dowd highlighted why Republicans have been so fixated on demonizing National . . .

Climate Denial Crock of the Week by greenman3610 on 16 Apr 2021

Old Samsung Galaxy phones are recycled into medical devices


The smartphone captured images, and the Galaxy device used artificial intelligence (AI) to analyse images for ophthalmic diseases. | Photo Credit: Samsung . . .

Happy Eco News by Jamie D'Souza on 16 Apr 2021

Turtles complete seemingly impossible journey thanks to a hidden ‘corridor’ through the Pacific


(Image credit: Shutterstock) North Pacific loggerhead sea turtles ( Caretta caretta ) hatch on the shores of Japan and spend much of their time in the open . . .

Happy Eco News by Jamie D'Souza on 16 Apr 2021

Surfers Against Sewage launches long-term plastic waste clean-up


The public is being urged to clear plastic and litter from their local beaches, rivers and parks as part of a million-mile clean-up to mark the emergence from . . .

Happy Eco News by Jamie D'Souza on 16 Apr 2021

How affordable clean energy solutions can tackle energy poverty


As the energy industry makes the transition to clean energy it must consider costs for end users. Transition to clean energy must also tackle energy poverty . . .

Happy Eco News by Jamie D'Souza on 16 Apr 2021

Volkswagen’s European Factories Up To 95% Powered By Renewables


In 2020, Volkswagen Group increased the share of renewables powering its European factories from 80% to 95% (year over year/YoY), and 10 of its factories became . . .

Happy Eco News by Grant B on 16 Apr 2021

An environmentalism from and for the majority – insights from women in #deepadaptation


...all four women have arrived at the shared understanding that the root cause of the climate tragedy is the story of separation:... An environmentalism from . . .

Blog – Deep Adaptation Forum by Simona Vaitkute on 16 Apr 2021

MS faces backlash over plan to release 30m honeybees


High street chain’s farm project could put pressure on wild pollinators, warn conservationists. An attempt by Marks Spencer to “do good for the environment” by . . .

Environment | The Guardian by ston on 16 Apr 2021

‘Forests are not renewable’: the felling of Sweden’s ancient trees


Forests cover 70% of the country, but many argue the Swedish model of replacing old-growth forests with monoculture plantations is bad for biodiversity. By . . .

Environment | The Guardian by ? on 16 Apr 2021

Facebook says it has reached net zero emissions


Emissions cut by 94% in three years, and company is aiming for net zero across its supply chain by 2030. Facebook has reached net zero emissions, the company . . .

Environment | The Guardian by ? on 16 Apr 2021

Conservation legend Roy Dennis: ‘We’re facing an ecological crisis, but it’s exciting too’


Eighty-year-old Dennis has devoted his life to returning eagles, osprey, red kites and red squirrels to Britain. But, he says, there is still plenty to do. And . . .

Environment | The Guardian by arkham on 16 Apr 2021

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Video: ‘Disinformation ecosystem’ – in broader context beyond climate - Yale Climate Connections by Peter Sinclair on 15 Apr 2021

Eight years - …and Then There's Physics by ...and Then There's Physics on 13 Apr 2021

Planet Forward Summit makes headlines - Planet Forward - Most Recent by no on 12 Apr 2021

More from Brzee Studio in India - by Kelly Hart on 14 Apr 2021

Morrison monsters women - Climate Plus by Brian on 12 Apr 2021

It Was an Old Apple Orchard. Now It Could Be the Future of Clean Hydrogen Energy in Washington State - Inside Climate News by Katelyn Weisbrod on 15 Apr 2021

GISS March global up by 0.22°C from February. - moyhu by Nick Stokes on 14 Apr 2021

Does peaceful protest work? - Greenpeace UK by Helle Abelvik-Lawson on 14 Apr 2021

Climate heating may speed up to unexpected levels - Climate News Network by Tim Radford on 15 Apr 2021

The U.S. Department of Energy can marshal its innovation efforts toward beating the climate crisis. Here’s how. - Climate 411 by Jake Higdon on 15 Apr 2021

A net-zero by 2050 commitment needs an aggressive interim target - Center for Climate and Energy Solutions by Stephanie Gagnon on 14 Apr 2021

The American Jobs Plan & Power Generation by Source - ClimateChangeFork by climatechangefork on 13 Apr 2021

26-27 JUNE: THIS IS AN UPRISING – Extinction Rebellion launches plans for post-lockdown ‘Uprising’ in London - Extinction Rebellion UK by Extinction Rebellion on 15 Apr 2021

‘It’s a historic moment’ — Pete Buttigieg on EV chargers, lead pipes, and the promise of infrastructure - Climate Energy – Grist by Emily Pontecorvo on 14 Apr 2021

How the Biden Administration Could Improve the Federal Oil and Gas Leasing Program - State of the Planet by Center on Global Energy Policy on 15 Apr 2021

How post-Brexit law making is jeopardising the environment - Inside track by Agathe de Canson on 15 Apr 2021

Where We’re Going and How We Get There Together (Free Download) - Climate Reality by ? on 14 Apr 2021

Stupid Youtube Tricks: The Video They Don’t Want you to See - Climate Denial Crock of the Week by greenman3610 on 15 Apr 2021

Skeptical Science New Research for Week #15, 2021 - Skeptical Science by ? on 14 Apr 2021

David (The cost of being a conservationist) - Lonely Conservationists by Jessie Panazzolo on 13 Apr 2021

Conservative Climate Disinformation and the False Gods of Capitalism - The Green Market Oracle by Richard Matthews on 14 Apr 2021

Whitest-ever paint could help cool heating Earth, study shows - Environment | The Guardian by rrington Environment editor on 15 Apr 2021

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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 30 blogs are now being scanned.

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