Saturday, March 25, 2023

June 2019 was the hottest on record: NOAA

Nine of the 10 warmest Junes have occurred since 2010.

New WHO report demands urgent action on climate and health crises

“The same unsustainable choices that are killing our planet are killing people.”

2022 was a big year for climate action in the courts

The past year saw major developments in accountability cases against oil companies and national governments around the world, as well as setbacks for several high-profile fossil fuel projects.

Dungeness crabs’ shells are dissolving from the severity of Pacific Ocean acidification

"We were really surprised to see this level of dissolution happening."

Gulf of Mexico ‘dead zone’ threatens to reach the size of Massachusetts

"Low oxygen conditions started to appear 50 years ago when agricultural practices intensified in the Midwest."

‘The future does not belong to you,’ climate campaigners say to big oil after...

"Thanks to the courageous activists who stood up to them, they have failed."

Growing pressure for lobbying transparency in climate talks

Growing pressure from a big coalition of civil society and environmental groups is mounting to make the process transparent and democratic.

U.S. and China announce surprise climate agreement at COP26

The agreement was light on details but significant nonetheless.

Labor Day 2050: How Global Warming Threatens Labor Productivity

Higher CO2 levels directly harm human cognition.

This Wind-Powered Device Pulls 11 Gallons of Drinkable Water From the Air Each Day

This low-cost, low-tech water condenser could help create water self-sufficiency in communities around the world that lack regular access to clean, drinkable water.