Wednesday, September 22, 2021

Americans believe climate change education should be taught in schools, recent poll says

The Yale Program on Climate Change (YPCCC) reported that in a national average, 78 percent of people polled responded they either somewhat or strongly agreed.

10 worst plastic polluting companies found by global cleanups

In the U.S. specifically, a total of 70 cleanups determined that Nestlé, PepsiCo and Coca-Cola were the worst corporate plastic polluters, in that order.

Organic farm in W. Va. imperiled by gas pipeline construction

“It goes beyond the financial. This property was our hope, our dream, our future, our children’s future."
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Top Climate Expert: Crisis is Worse Than We Think & Scientists Are Self-Censoring to...

The climate crisis is more severe than even many scientists have acknowledged. Climate expert Kevin Anderson says many scientists are self-censoring their work to downplay the severity of the climate crisis.

No, Gov. Snyder, Flint’s Water Wasn’t Poisoned by ‘Government’

Perhaps it is inevitable, but it is a shame that some people are gaming out how to profit politically from the lead poisoning of the children of Flint, Mich.

93% of the Great Barrier Reef is Now Bleached

Coral bleaching events in 1998 led to a death of 16 percent of the world’s coral. This time it may be worse.

The economics of climate change, part II: Crash or transformation?

The 1%’s power to shape the narrative at a time of crisis is crucial.

Trump’s FBI nominee’s ties to Exxon

There is no reason to believe that any real federal investigation of ExxonMobil's climate change disclosures, or those of other companies, will occur while Trump is in the White House.

Trump promised to revive Keystone XL – but TransCanada may not even want to...

The fate of the Keystone XL Pipeline will be decided in hearings this week in Lincoln, Nebraska, but one question remains unanswered.