Two-thirds of bird species in North America could vanish in climate crisis

Continent could lose 389 of 604 genus studied to threats from rising temperatures, higher seas, heavy rains and urbanization Two-thirds of bird species in North America are at risk of extinction because of the report from investigates at the Audubon…

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Greta Thunberg Is the Climate Heroine We Need

This floor is part of Covering Climate Now, a world-wide collaboration of more than 220 word channels to strengthen coverage of the climate story. ROME-When Swedish climate change activist Greta Thunberg was 11 years old, her body had started to…

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On Climate, Democrats Have Gone From an Inconvenient Truth to Convenient Lies

If there’s any hope of getting something overstepped to actually address climate change, it will have to include nuclear power, fracking, and construct alignments that include stakeholders like labour and( breath !) business. Yet nothing of the 2020 Democrats on…

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Turf it out: is it time to say goodbye to artificial grass?

Its neat, easy and a stunning 2bn global market. But as plastic grass makes over our cities, some told that it light-green exclusively in colour If your attention during the Women’s World Cup was on the tone rather than the…

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‘Time to rebel’: Greta Thunberg adds voice to new song by the 1975

On strips recent single, 16 -year-old activist advises young people to act on climate emergency the 1975. On a racetrack called The 1975, a version of which traditionally opens each of the British band’s albums, the 16 -year-old environmental activist…

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Punk hellraiser Lydia Lunch: ‘I’m chronically misunderstood but I get off on it’

The runaway, singer and counter-culture icon is hitting 60 and is as incendiary as ever, touring and feelings against polluters and politicians in a rip-roaring book Lydia Lunch turned 60 this year, but senility has done little to dim this…

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In Somalia, the climate emergency is already here. The world cannot ignore it | Mustapha Tahir

Increasingly severe and frequent shortages are threatening the lives of millions of Somalis, says Mustapha Tahir of Islamic Relief The climate emergency is wreaking desolation across the world, and it is the poorest countries that bear the brunt of the…

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Dozens of e-scooters & bikes pulled from river in Portland amid city program intended to ‘reduce pollution’

After it was tested in 2018, an electric scooter pilot program was launched earlier this year in Portland, Oregon: The E-Scooter Pilot Program starts April 26 and lasts until April 26, 2020. It follows a 120 -day pilot program in…

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Architect of Green New Deal says climate change will kill the equivalent of 25 Holocausts

Democrats have enough of an anti-Semitism problem in their ranks that you’d think they’d know by now to stop minimizing the Holocaust by working it as a criterion for every policy difference they have with Republicans. But on MSNBC Thursday,…

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Could you give up flying? Meet the no-plane pioneers

Growing numbers of travellers are abandoning air travel to help save the planet even if it necessitates spend 14 daylights on a train It has taken Roger Tyers four epoches to reach Moscow by instruct from Kiev. His destination is…

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