I’m a hardcore climate activist. I’ve been one for approximately 20 years (and writing that sure does make me feel old). I’m quite concerned that we are destroying the livability of this planet for human life and countless other species. Furthermore, I’ve got two young girls, and I’m certain their lives are going to be harder than mine due to more drought, agricultural failures, superstorms, more severe fires, climate-related diseases, flooding, and severe migration challenges. I’d like to do what I can to limit the challenges they will face in an increasingly unstable world
A new study by Consumer Reports show that many states are seemingly punishing electric vehicle (EV) drivers for owning an
How many people in your community are at risk during extreme weather events? The heat waves wracking the nation right now can cause heat exhaustion, …
A massive fireball that engulfed people scooping up fuel spilling from a pipeline ruptured allegedly by thieves in central Mexico killed 21 people and badly burned 71 others. It came just three weeks …
Warm water holds less oxygen than does cool water. In addition, fish experience a faster metabolic rate as water temperature increases, therefore their requirement for oxygen increases.
According to a report produced by the National Association of State Energy Officials and the Energy Futures Initiative, there are more than twice as many solar power jobs in the US as coal industry jobs
… also need to approve any bid to import wastewater into the basin or treat and discharge any wastewater within the basin created from outside fracking projects. The commission currently only needs to review importations of wastewater when they involve …
A vote on such a ban is expected by mid-2018. There is also a proposal under consideration to allow fracking wastewater to be stored or discharged in deep underground wells within the watershed and using water from the basin for fracking. Environmental …
fracking wastewater – BingNews
Anthropogenic climate warming could lead to water temperatures in some parts of the world exceeding the thermal survival limits of the fish species living there now, according to new research from the University of Washington.
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Many extreme weather events can be traced back to an atmospheric 'traffic jam,' study suggests
When weather patterns hit a traffic jam, extreme events often result. This is particularly the case during the summer months, a new study argues. The research, published Friday in the journal Science Advances, focuses on a devastating flood event that …
Extreme 2014 Balkan flooding linked to airstream slowdown
Record Balkan floods linked to jamming of giant airstreams