This article discusses a series of emails between a Trump official and NASA on climate science.
Once a skeptic about climate change, Jim Bridenstine came around to the prevailing view of scientists before he took over as NASA administrator. That evolution did not sit well with a Trump environmental adviser, […]Continue reading
This Inside Climate News article discusses how a Kentucky power plant’s demise signals a serious problem for coal. The implosion of the coal-fired Cane Run Generating Station came as the generating capacity of the renewable energy sector surpassed coal across the country.
When the six smokestacks of the Cane Run […]Continue reading
This article discusses how plans for a pipeline in NY’s Harbor has had another setback.
Three weeks after New York State rejected a bid to build a natural gas pipeline through its waters, the state of New Jersey did the same on Wednesday.
Like their counterparts in Albany, […]Continue reading
This article discusses how climate change is making dogs sicker.Continue reading
This article discusses how, in courtrooms, climate change is no longer debated. Increasingly, global warming science is going unchallenged in lawsuits seeking to curb fossil fuel use and hold companies to account.
IN SEPTEMBER 2017, San Francisco experienced its hottest day on record, with temperatures reaching a searing 106 degrees. Weeks later, […]Continue reading
This article discusses how back-to-back historic floods in Atlantic Canada force a climate reckoning. With once-in-a-century floods two years in a row, residents and communities grapple with a new reality and tough choices: rebuild or pack up and leave?
There are no buildings left on the road to Darlings Island, […]Continue reading
This article discusses how, without swift action on climate change, heat waves could kill thousands in U.S. cities. A new study suggests that a marked reduction in greenhouse gas emissions will be needed to limit deaths caused by extreme […]Continue reading
This The Guardian article discusses how major global firms conceal their environmental impact. More than 700 companies, including Amazon, Tesco and ExxonMobil, lack transparency, campaign group claims.
A $10tn (£7.9tn) investor alliance has accused more than 700 companies, including Amazon, Tesco and ExxonMobil, of failing to reveal […]Continue reading
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Following Carcinogen Data Fiasco, Pressure Grows on Massachusetts to Revoke Enbridge Facility PermitContinue reading
US Poised to Approve Shipping LNG by Rail for Export With No New Safety Rules
House to Debate Amendment With Big Implications for Expanding Petrochemical Industry
Australia’s Controversial Adani Coal Mine […]
This podcast discusses a report by the the Australia-based Breakthrough National Centre for Climate Restoration. If carbon emissions keep going up until 2030 it will be too late to avoid a ‘hot house’ Earth with a billion climate refugees starting in 2050. These researchers warn the climate is changing […]Continue reading