Climate experts call for ‘dangerous’ Michael Moore film to be taken down

Planet of the Humans, which takes aim at the light-green motion, is full of misinformation, says one online library A brand-new Michael Moore-produced documentary that takes aim at the presumed hypocrisy of the lettuce advance is” dangerous, misinforming and damaging”…

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2019 Was ‘Probably the Worst Year in a Century’ for Australia

This story originally appeared in Climate Desk collaboration . Record heat and drought across Australia extradited the worst conditions in the country since at least 2000, with creek flowings, tree cover, and wildlife being hit on an “unprecedented scale, ”…

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Getty Images Climate Visuals photography grant winners

Narratives from 144 gift applicants in more than 40 countries provisioned a distinct insight into the reality of climate change. About 2.4 billion people live within 100 km of a coastline and virtually two-thirds of cities of 5 million or…

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Rivian Wants to Bring Electric Trucks to the Masses

During the summer of 2006, back when RJ Scaringe was working through a degree in automotive engineering at MIT, he began to wonder how difficult it might be to live within strict environmental boundaries. How much would you have to…

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To Cut Carbon, Ditch Air Traveland Get on the Right Track

It started with the California forest shoots. Ariella Granett lives in Berkeley, and stapling a newspaper inhale mask to fit her 8-year-old daughter’s face reached the planet’s ills feel personal. Then, last spring, her son came home from institution and…

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Build Cities for Bikes, Buses, and FeetNot Cars

For 30 times, a 40 -foot-high section of US Route 101 thread like a blackberry vine through a low-pitched, aged place of Edwardian and Georgian constructs in San Francisco’s Hayes Valley. Then, in 1989, the Loma Prieta earthquake, magnitude 6.9,…

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The Hottest New Literary Genre Is Doomer Lit

Last year , novelist, bird sweetheart, and wind-turbine hater Jonathan Franzen vexed a wide-ranging alignment of atmosphere scientists, organizers, force researchers, and environmental reporters.( Perhaps it’s easier to unite people behind a common compel than Franzen accuseds .) As someone…

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The real problem with your Netflix addiction? The carbon emissions | Arwa Mahdawi

Questions are being asked about the power consumption of streaming services which is why we should all pay more attention to our digital footprint Binge-watching Netflix doesn’t really fry your psyche; it may also be frying the planet. The streaming…

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Want to Fight Climate Change? Stop Believing These Myths

We’re all feeling it, the massive and crushing daily reminder that climate change is already tearing apart ecosystems and flooding coastal cities and killing humans with extreme heat, among other ills. You’d be forgiven for feeling hopeless right now. But…

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How the ‘Venice of Africa’ is losing its battle against the rising ocean

Saint-Louis, the old colonial capital of Senegal, faces a spate threat that has already seen entire villages lost to the Atlantic Ameth Diagne points to a single tree submerged in the ocean. It is barely perceptible from the patch of…

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