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27 05 2024 | 23:48

Misinformation, Ecosystem Collapse Headline New Assessment of Canada’s Disruption Risks

his story includes details on the impacts of climate change that may be difficult for some readers. If you are feeling overwhelmed by this crisis situation here is a list of resources on how to cope…

27 05 2024 | 23:33

As California Considers Warning Labels for Gas Stoves, Researchers Learn More About Their Negative Health Impacts

A bill in the state legislature would require the appliances to feature information about ventilation. The proposal arrives on the heels of new findings about emissions harms. Ruth Ann Norton used…

27 05 2024 | 11:59

Ocean water is rushing miles underneath the ‘Doomsday Glacier’ with potentially dire impacts on sea level rise

Ocean water is pushing miles beneath Antarctica’s “Doomsday Glacier,” making it more vulnerable to melting than previously thought, according to new research which used radar data from space to…

27 05 2024 | 11:55

States have legal duty to cut greenhouse emissions, says top maritime court

Greenhouse gases are pollutants that are wrecking the marine environment, and states have a legal responsibility to control them, an international court has stated in a landmark moment for climate…

27 05 2024 | 11:53

The US food industry has long buried the truth about their products. Is that coming to an end?

Step into a grocery store in France and you’re liable to see a green, yellow or red score on the front of most packaged foods: a green “A” for the healthiest, a red “E” for the least nutritious. Zip…

27 05 2024 | 11:44

Microplastics found in every human testicle in study

Microplastics have been found in human testicles, with researchers saying the discovery might be linked to declining sperm counts in men. The scientists tested 23 human testes, as well as 47 testes…

27 05 2024 | 11:43

In Seawater, Researchers See an Untapped Bounty of Critical Metals

Can metals that naturally occur in seawater be mined, and can they be mined sustainably? A company in Oakland, California, says yes. And not only is it extracting magnesium from ocean water — and…

27 05 2024 | 11:40

THE GOLDEN FLOATING RAINFOREST

The Sargasso Sea is a unique ecosystem, characterised by its lack of land borders: its edges are defined by ever-changing ocean currents, creating a relatively still, warm sea teeming with all sorts…

27 05 2024 | 11:38

Scientists achieve over 1,000 degrees Celsius with solar power alone rather than fossil fuels. A game changer for heavy industries?

When you hear about solar energy, you immediately think of blue panels and clean electricity. However, electricity is just one type of energy. The sun’s energy also provides heat, which helps to keep…

27 05 2024 | 11:33

Procter & Gamble, Mondelēz, and Nestlé Are Among 10 of the Leading Consumer Brands Driving Global Deforestation

Since the turn of the century, there has been a consistent average annual loss of 

27 05 2024 | 11:28

IRENA Tasked with Monitoring Progress of UAE Consensus Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency Goals by COP28 Presidency

Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates, 13 May 2024 – Today, COP28 President Dr.

27 05 2024 | 11:28

Sunak backtracked on climate policies – and voters may punish him

Every time a UK government minister is asked about the climate crisis, the answer is the same. “We are the first major economy to halve emissions and have the most ambitious legally binding emissions…

27 05 2024 | 11:21

Southern Africa seeks $5.5B in aid to fight El Nino effects

Gaborone, Botswana — Southern African leaders have launched a $5.5 billion humanitarian aid appeal as the region faces acute grain shortages due to El Nino-induced droughts. Leaders from the region’…

27 05 2024 | 11:10

Honduran city’s air pollution is almost 50 times higher than WHO guidelines

The air quality in San Pedro Sula, the second-largest city in Honduras, as been classified as the most polluted on the American continent due to forest fires and weather conditions aggravated by El…

27 05 2024 | 11:09

Ditch Hydrogen as "Poor Decarbonization Tool", Citizens’ Committee Urges Edmonton

A citizens’ committee appointed by the City of Edmonton is calling on Mayor Amarjeet Sohi and municipal councillors to reject hydrogen as a clean energy option for all but the most difficult sectors…

27 05 2024 | 11:08

Large-scale nuclear power station planned for Anglesey in Wales

Ministers have earmarked north Wales as the site of a large-scale nuclear power plant, which is part of plans to resuscitate Britain’s nuclear power ambitions.

27 05 2024 | 11:07

$234 m invested in SA’s 1st network of EV charging stations in the Free State

As part of a partnership with the provincial authorities of the Free State in South Africa, Zero Carbon Charge (ZCC) will invest $234 million in the very first network of solar-powered electric car…

27 05 2024 | 11:06

Nigeria's inflation rose for the 16th consecutive month in April

Nigeria's headline consumer inflation reached a 28-year high of 33.69% year-on-year in April 2024 The headline inflation rate in April 2024 was 11.47 percentage points higher compared to April…

27 05 2024 | 11:06

‘Never-ending’ UK rain made 10 times more likely by climate crisis, study says

The seemingly “never-ending” rain last autumn and winter in the UK and Ireland was made 10 times more likely and 20% wetter by human-caused global heating, a study has found.

27 05 2024 | 11:00

Young Alaskans sue state over fossil fuel project they claim violates their rights

Eight young people are suing the government of Alaska – the nation’s fastest-warming state – claiming a major new fossil fuel project violates their state constitutional rights.