This New Republic article discusses Thunberg Isn’t the Only Young Voice We Should Be Listening To. Many youth activists preceded her. Many others, with underprivileged perspectives, stand with her now.
Greta Thunberg, the 16-year-old Swedish climate activist, captured global attention with her emotional speech at the United Nations in […]Continue reading
This ABC News article discusses a report that shows that climate change forces 1 person from their home every 2 seconds. Thanks to the rapidly warming global climate, people are now seven times more likely to be displaced by floods, cyclones and wildfires than volcanic eruptions and earthquakes, and […]Continue reading
Why is an ocean current critical to world weather losing steam? Scientists search the Arctic for answers.
This National Geographic article discusses why an ocean current is critical to world weather losing steam? Scientists search the Arctic for answers. A conveyor belt of ocean water that loops the planet and regulates global temperatures could be heading for a tipping point.
THE HIGH ARCTIC, ABOARD THE R.V. KRONPRINS […]Continue reading
This The Guardian article discusses why coal power is becoming ‘uninsurable’ as firms refuse cover. US insurers join retreat from European insurers meaning coal projects cannot be built or operated.
The number of insurers withdrawing cover for coal projects more than doubled this year and for the first time US […]Continue reading
This The Guardian article discusses a report on fracking in Britain that is very heavily redacted. People will wonder why there is so much the government wants to conceal, says Greenpeace.
The government has heavily redacted a secret report into the fracking industry after it was forced to comply with […]Continue reading
This Vox article discusses fighting climate change effectively by donating your money to the right organizations. These are six of the most high-impact, cost-effective, evidence-based organizations. You may not have heard of them.
Below is a list of six of the most high-impact, cost-effective, and evidence-based organizations. (I’m not including bigger-name groups, […]Continue reading
This USA Today article discusses a study showing the impact climate change will have on pregnant women.
Hot weather due to climate change is linked to early childbirth in the U.S., a new study released Monday suggests.
The study said that hot temperatures cause women to have […]Continue reading
This Grist article discusses the Atlantic Coast Pipeline, which would divide mountains, farmland, and sacred Native American land along its 600-mile route, but it’s uniting a diverse community of activists determined to halt its progress.
The pink ribbons start in northern West Virginia. Tied to flimsy wooden posts stuck a […]Continue reading
This Fast Company article discusses how scientists just engineered bacteria to eat CO2. Right now, biotech companies feed E. coli sugar as they produce everything from insulin to biofuels. Now, a new strain of the bacteria can suck emissions from the air as their food. Bacteria commonly used in […]Continue reading
This article discusses how climate change is harming human health as more people suffer from heat stress, extreme weather and mosquito-borne diseases including malaria, the World Health Organization (WHO) said on Tuesday.