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Deforestation for palm oil falls in Southeast Asia, but is it a trend or a blip?


JAKARTA — Deforestation associated with palm oil in the region covering Indonesia, Malaysia and Papua New Guinea has declined for the second straight year, a . . .

EnviroLink Network by hayat on 23 Mar 2022

Barisal and the eastern channel


We are continuing or measurements of fresh and saline groundwater in Bangladesh using electromagnetic instruments. We finished our first set of measurements and . . .

State of the Planet by Mike Steckler on 23 Mar 2022

Your Shutter Might Only Be Open For a Few Seconds But Your Pictures Could Help Protect Rainforests Forever


Your Shutter Might Only Be Open For a Few Seconds But Your Pictures Could Help Protect Rainforests Forever Guest Post by: Kristin Canning, Partnership Director . . .

Happy Eco News by Kristin Canning on 23 Mar 2022

Could a behavioural change campaign save energy and cut Russian gas imports?


A call for collective action could help UK pivot away from dependence on Russian fossil fuels . There is a second world war poster showing a red-faced couple . . .

Environment | The Guardian by ville on 23 Mar 2022

Specieswatch: black vine weevils – a tiny menace to crops and ornamentals


There’s new advice for gardeners on how to tackle this little beetle which doesn’t involve pesticides. The first sign of black vine weevils, Otiorhynchus . . .

Environment | The Guardian by n on 23 Mar 2022

From trash to treasure: Illinois dump becomes community solar farm


Urbana’s solar farm is producing low-cost electricity and new revenue for the city. From trash to treasure: Illinois dump becomes community solar farm appeared . . .

Yale Climate Connections by YCC Team on 22 Mar 2022

Aqua culture: An overview of the role of relational ecology in island-based development


The coasts offer a window into the function of relational ecology in sustainable development: to address the question of how a community's connection to . . .

Planet Forward - Most Recent by Compo on 22 Mar 2022

'I built my dream:' Southeast Asian woman grows local food, cultural acceptance in Missouri Ozarks


Pathoumma Meusch doesn’t consider herself revolutionary. “I’m just a farmer,” as she says. But the unassuming woman has championed local food in a region . . .

Planet Forward - Most Recent by rich on 22 Mar 2022

A Canadian Cordwood Sauna


Nick Armstrong says he’s logged hundreds of hours over the past year to build himself a backyard sauna that’s entirely handcrafted using cordwood masonry. The . . .

by Kelly Hart on 22 Mar 2022

Met Office contributes to landmark artificial intelligence conference


On 22-23 March, the Alan Turing Institute is hosting Artificial Intelligence UK (AIUK). Broadcast live from London, this virtual event presents a showcase of . . .

Official blog of the Met Office news team by Met Office Press Office on 22 Mar 2022

Multiyear ice thinner than thought as Arctic sea ice reaches winter max: Studies


Arctic sea ice has reached its annual maximum at 14.88 million sq. km. (5.75 million sq. mi.), the 10th lowest winter extent since satellite monitoring began in . . .

EnviroLink Network by Glenn Scherer on 22 Mar 2022

In Brazil, a forest community fights to remain on its traditional land


“We are hopeful, we never gave up on our goal, to get our house back,” says Heber do Prado Carneiro. He and his wife, Vanessa Honorato, are Caiçaras, members of . . .

EnviroLink Network by Karla Mendes on 22 Mar 2022

Donors must rethink Africa’s flagging Green Revolution, new evaluation shows (commentary)


A critical new donor-funded evaluation of the Alliance for a Green Revolution in Africa (AGRA) has confirmed what African civil society and faith leaders have . . .

EnviroLink Network by Erik Hoffner on 22 Mar 2022

Chemical recycling: ‘Green’ plastics solution makes more pollution: Report


A host of cutting-edge plastics processing technologies, known collectively as ‘chemical recycling,’ are releasing large quantities of toxic and hazardous . . .

EnviroLink Network by Glenn Scherer on 22 Mar 2022

Cambodian project aims to revive flagging fish populations in Tonle Sap Lake


At a young age, Mekong giant catfish look the same as striped river catfish, their regular-size, widely consumed relatives. But as they mature, the giant . . .

EnviroLink Network by hayat on 22 Mar 2022

‘Right moon for fishing’: Study finds gravitational impacts on plants, animals


Electrical engineer Cristiano de Mello Gallep was working in a biophotonics laboratory in the city of Limeira, in Brazil’s São Paulo state, trying to measure . . .

EnviroLink Network by Maria Salazar on 22 Mar 2022

There is a greener way to mine crypto


This story was originally published by Slate and is reproduced here as part of the Climate Desk collaboration. Last April, the cryptocurrency world announced . . .

EnviroLink Network by Nitish Pahwa on 22 Mar 2022

UK homes are the biggest energy-wasters in Europe, but it didn’t have to be this way


Britain’s homes are notoriously bad when it comes to energy efficiency, which means they use more gas, oil or electricity to heat. Insulating homes is one of . . .

Greenpeace UK by Stefano Gelmini on 22 Mar 2022

Early cherry blossom peak is a gentle, but serious, warning on climate change


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Center for Climate and Energy Solutions by Marty Niland on 22 Mar 2022

The Fog of Peace and the Online Revolution


Right now, peace in Ukraine is the top priority for all of us. Both sides are talking compromise, however, the reports are anything but clear. The fog of peace . . .

ClimateChangeFork by climatechangefork on 22 Mar 2022

There is a greener way to mine crypto


It’s worth examining how the many, many “clean” crypto initiatives, currencies, blockchains, and marketplaces for non-fungible tokens actually stack up. . . .

Climate Energy – Grist by Nitish Pahwa on 22 Mar 2022

Five steps to tackle the threat of Russia and energy security


This post is by Greg Archer and Morgan Jones of Transport and Environment. The west’s thirst for oil comes at a very high price. Last year, the UK . . .

Inside track by Green Alliance blog on 22 Mar 2022

The chancellor can and must act now to support millions of households facing fuel poverty


This post is by Joe Tetlow, senior political adviser and Sam Alvis, head of economy at Green Alliance. It was originally published on Business Green. Even . . .

Inside track by Green Alliance blog on 22 Mar 2022

Tesla Gigafactory Opens in Europe


Above, basic story of Tesla’s big new Giga Factory opening in Berlin.Below, Jim Cramer sees it as a big deal.Also, Starlink, and why Elon Musk should run . . .

Climate Denial Crock of the Week by greenman3610 on 22 Mar 2022

TV Met Chris Gloninger: Explaining Warming Winters in Iowa


Been working on a piece about TV meteorologists who seek to explain climate change to their (often conservative) audiences in the Heartland.Chris Gloninger is . . .

Climate Denial Crock of the Week by greenman3610 on 22 Mar 2022

Texas, Truck, Tornado


Twisters slammed across Texas last night. Here’s some of the damndest footage I’ve seen in a while. . . .

Climate Denial Crock of the Week by greenman3610 on 22 Mar 2022

New posts on: 2022-03-22, 2022-03-21.

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Ukraine War is Masks Off for Climate Deniers


Because the struggle for clean energy and a peaceful world is not separate from the struggle for democracy and freedom. Do we get it now? . . .

Climate Denial Crock of the Week by greenman3610 on 22 Mar 2022

Spring


This was a good reminder, and reflects my first-of-spring reactions closely. . . .

Climate Denial Crock of the Week by greenman3610 on 22 Mar 2022

The East Coast’s First Indigenous Kelp Farm Readies for Harvest


Takeaways: The Shinnecock Kelp Farm is the first Indigenous-owned and operated kelp farm on the East Coast. Kelp absorbs harmful chemicals such as carbon . . .

Happy Eco News by Jamie D'Souza on 22 Mar 2022

TrusTrace Launches Tech to Enable Near-Real-Time Traceability at the Material Level


Takeaways: TrusTrace Certified Material Compliance is a solution that allows real-time traceability of materials. The traceability includes documenting the . . .

Happy Eco News by Jamie D'Souza on 22 Mar 2022

The Woman Protecting South Sudan’s Parks From War and Poaching


Takeaways: Bibiana Martin has been protecting South Sudan’s forests and animals since she was 12 years old. She also also raises awareness with the . . .

Happy Eco News by Jamie D'Souza on 22 Mar 2022

7 Easy Tips To Be A Sustainable Cannabis Consumer


7 Easy Tips To Be A Sustainable Cannabis Consumer Sustainability is not just a buzzword, but it is fast becoming a way of life for people. The pandemic has . . .

Happy Eco News by Grant Brown on 22 Mar 2022

Mercedes-Benz Building Battery Recycling Facility


Takeaways: In an effort to produce more electric vehicles, automaker Mercedes-Benz is building a battery recycling plant in Germany. The facility will have the . . .

Happy Eco News by Jamie D'Souza on 22 Mar 2022

Spectacular New Fish Species is First to be Named by Maldivian Scientist


Takeaways: A colorful reef fish is the new first new-to-science species that has been discovered by a Maldivian scientist. Ahmed Najeeb from the Maldives Marine . . .

Happy Eco News by Jamie D'Souza on 22 Mar 2022

There’s More Nature in Your City Than You Think


Usually when picturing the word “nature” in our heads, we envision somewhere far away from a city – a place with no skyscrapers, noise, and worst of all, . . .

Climate Reality by ? on 22 Mar 2022

A thesis + a job + a family + a cat = a tired and lonely conservationist


Written by Renuka Kulkarni A few weeks ago, I had a breakdown. Anxiety, a sense of futility and hopelessness about what I do, loneliness; you get it. I reached . . .

Lonely Conservationists by Jessie Panazzolo on 22 Mar 2022

Arctic sea ice could hit maximum extent ‘much earlier’ than usual


Some stations reported winter temperatures 30C warmer than usual with situation echoed in Antarctica. An extreme heat event in the Arctic could cause it to . . .

Environment | The Guardian by yle on 22 Mar 2022

Farmers and environmentalists must unite to create a sustainable food system | Letter


Sue Pritchard of the Food, Farming and Countryside Commission on George Monbiot’s article about the food crisis. The excellent points that George Monbiot makes . . .

Environment | The Guardian by ? on 22 Mar 2022

Greta Thunberg condemns ‘racist’ decision to let UK firm mine on Sami land


Climate campaigner says Swedish government is violating indigenous rights and waging ‘war on nature’. Environmental campaigner Greta Thunberg denounced as . . .

Environment | The Guardian by uch in Gothenburg on 22 Mar 2022

Activists protest tanker as Russian oil imports flow into US ahead of ban


Greenpeace argues oil fuels conflict and urges Biden to invoke the defense production act to build energy independence. Environmentalists have launched protests . . .

Environment | The Guardian by lman on 22 Mar 2022

Forest fires erupt around Chernobyl nuclear plant in Ukraine


Ukrainian authorities say Russian control of plant is hampering efforts to control the blazes. Forest fires have erupted in the vicinity of the Chernobyl . . .

Environment | The Guardian by lman on 22 Mar 2022

‘I don’t know how we’ll survive’: the farmers facing ruin in America’s ‘forever chemicals’ crisis


Maine’s disaster from PFAS-contaminated produce is causing farms to close and farmers to face the loss of their livelihoods. Songbird Farm’s 17 acres (7 . . .

Environment | The Guardian by ns with photographs by Tristan Spinski on 22 Mar 2022

Rich countries must stop producing oil and gas by 2034, says study


Poorest states should be given until 2050, says research aiming to set out fair way of ending fossil fuel economy. Rich countries must end all oil and gas . . .

Environment | The Guardian by aylor on 22 Mar 2022

How the graying of society threatens climate action


The share of the population over 65 in wealthy countries is projected to double by 2050. Investigating the carbon implications of this trend, researchers . . .

Anthropocene by Sarah DeWeerdt on 22 Mar 2022

The Slavery of Unpaid Internships


Internships can be valuable and important apprenticeship opportunities for students engaged in them. They should be encouraged, and they should be paid. . . .

State of the Planet by Steve Cohen on 21 Mar 2022

Some Older Posts

Hundreds of schools, organizations to host teach-in on climate and justice - Yale Climate Connections by YCC Team on 18 Mar 2022

Welcoming our feathered neighbors - Planet Forward - Most Recent by enkova on 18 Mar 2022

Bioceramic Dome Technology - by Kelly Hart on 20 Mar 2022

What’s the outlook for hay fever sufferers this year? - Official blog of the Met Office news team by Met Office Press Office on 17 Mar 2022

The Great Barrier Reef: a “living, resilient, beautiful system” under growing threat - Climate Plus by Brian on 20 Mar 2022

UK's safe level for tap water too high - scientists - BBC News - Science BBC News - Science & Environment by ? on 19 Mar 2022

Guest Commentary: A Review of Nigeria’s 2021 Climate Change Act: potential for increased climate litigation - Climate Law Blog by mariatigre on 16 Mar 2022

‘I’ve learnt so much from working with people who are all incredibly kind, knowledgeable and willing to help’ - Greenpeace UK by Leelou Gordon-Fox on 18 Mar 2022

As Congress makes big budget decisions, new polling shows bipartisan support for climate innovation investment - Climate 411 by Morgan Rote on 16 Mar 2022

Statement on Canning Town Sentencing - Extinction Rebellion UK by Extinction Rebellion on 18 Mar 2022

Regrown Tropical Forests May Have Short Lifespans, Says New Study - State of the Planet by Columbia Climate School on 18 Mar 2022

Climate Change Risk Assessment: Emissions, Heat Waves, Drought, and Cascading Impacts: Chatham House - Paul Beckwith, Climate System Scientist by paulbeckwith on 18 Mar 2022

2022 SkS Weekly Climate Change Global Warming News Roundup #11 - Skeptical Science by ? on 20 Mar 2022

Never Waste a Crisis: How a Tennessee Bill Silences Communities in the Name of Energy Security - Climate Reality by ? on 17 Mar 2022

Force of the Past - Blog - Deep Adaptation Forum by Christian Tröndle on 17 Mar 2022

Connections with Nature book praised by Chris Packham - Kate on Conservation by Kate on Conservation on 16 Mar 2022

Toronto’s Raymond Stone Says Wildlife Preservation More Crucial Than Ever - Blue and Green Tomorrow by Annie Qureshi on 17 Mar 2022

Relocating global croplands could produce the same food on half the land with 70% less emissions - Anthropocene by Emma Bryce on 18 Mar 2022