Sunday, November 27, 2022

Two companies to develop wind turbine blades made from renewable materials

“The wind industry as a key driver towards carbon neutrality needs to become 100% sustainable and environmentally friendly.”

8 billion people: Four ways climate change and population growth combine to threaten public...

Of the multitude of climate-related adverse health effects, there are four great public health concerns for a growing population.

This $25,000 solar-powered SUV is coming to the U.S.

“Our mission, ‘solar on every vehicle’ must be a global effort.”

How the fossil fuel industry buys goodwill

From sports to academia to the arts, fossil fuel companies are pouring money on the things we love, in an effort to “not be held accountable” for climate chaos.

US mega-banks behind 1/3 of climate-destroying oil and gas expansion: Report

"Global banks' top fossil fuel clients amount to a rogues' gallery of bad actors."

By 2030, poor nations will need $2.4 trillion per year to fight climate crisis:...

"Humanity has a choice: cooperate or perish. It is either a climate solidarity pact—or a collective suicide pact."

Maryland opens largest transit bus charging station

"The transportation infrastructure of tomorrow is up and running today in Montgomery County."

Single billionaire produces a million times more emissions than average person: Oxfam

"These few billionaires together have 'investment emissions' that equal the carbon footprints of entire countries like France, Egypt, or Argentina."

What to expect from COP27 in Egypt’s police state: an interview with Sharif Abdel...

As tens of thousands of delegates – from world leaders to climate activists and journalists – descend on Sharm el-Sheik from all over the world, we asked Egyptian Journalist Sharif Abdel Kouddous to give us his thoughts about the state of Egypt today.

Crisis or catastrophe: nothing changes

As delegates prepare for COP27 and fossil fuel companies report record profits, the environmental emergency couldn’t be more pressing; the need for action by governments, corporations and populations more urgent, and the stench of complacency more pungent.