This group is all about increasing awareness and spurring action on climate change
The CCAA (Climate Change Awareness & Action) was formed for the purpose of educating others and actively working towards reversing the anthropogenic climate change that threatens the earth.
ecowatch.com While Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) has been in Washington this week for the impeachment trial, he has put forth two bills to help the environment.
nysacc.org In lieu of the typical New York State Conference on the Environment held annually each fall, for 2019 NYSACC teamed up with the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) to host…
latimes.com Some states’ proposals would borrow massive amounts of money to pay for future work, create new surcharges to bankroll permanent disaster accounts or shift development away from areas prone to disaster.
yaleclimateconnections.org But the change won't happen overnight.
sciencedaily.com Researchers have for the first time found a connection between the immune systems of different bird species, and the various climatic conditions in which they live. The researchers believe that as the climate changes, some birds may be exposed to diseases that they are not equipped to handle.
zmescience.com Adaptation strategies could still reduce the losses
thehill.com The Center for Biological Diversity Action Fund is giving Sen.
ecowatch.com Scientists have discovered record warm water beneath Antarctica's "doomsday glacier" for the first time.
sciencedaily.com Tidewater glaciers, the massive rivers of ice that end in the ocean, may be melting underwater much faster than previously thought, according to a new study that used robotic kayaks. The findings, which challenge current frameworks for analyzing ocean-glacier interactions, have implications for the....
sciencedaily.com A team of scientists has observed, for the first time, the presence of warm water at a vital point underneath a glacier in Antarctica -- an alarming discovery that points to the cause behind the gradual melting of this ice shelf while also raising concerns about sea-level rise around the globe.
nytimes.com In Sweden, some environmentally conscious travelers are switching from planes to trains. Slower? Yes. But why not embrace the journey, perhaps even prolong it?
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ecowatch.com Heating with coal, oil and natural gas accounts for around a quarter of global greenhouse gas emissions. But that's something we can change,
theguardian.com Nakate was cropped from a photo with white activists. Now she’s battling for diversity in environmental activism
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ecowatch.com Without strong shells, the young crabs suffer damage to their sensory organs.
zmescience.com Even if we change our emissions now, we are committed to a lot of ice melt, says Prof. Kääb.
ecowatch.com The last decade was the hottest since record-keeping began 150 years ago.
cnn.com The numbers are in, and 2019 was another brutally hot year -- the second hottest ever recorded, according to a new report from the Copernicus Climate Change Service. The report also found that 2019 was the warmest year Europe has ever experienced and that the last five years were the warmest on reco...
ecowatch.com East Africa is facing its worst locust infestation in decades, and the climate crisis is partly to blame.
nytimes.com Builders will be forced to take climate change, including rising sea levels, into account to win government approval for projects.
sciencealert.com Our planet is in a tight spot. We're not hitting the targets we know we need to hit, and we're breaking all the wrong kinds of records. What's it going to take for us to get out of this mess?
news.mongabay.com A 2007 study estimated that with 40% Amazon deforestation a tipping point could be reached, converting forest to savannah. New factors put that tipping point at 20-25%. Deforestation is now at 17%.
theguardian.com Giant sequoias were thought to be immune to insects, drought and wildfires. Then the unthinkable happened: trees started to die – and scientists began the search for answers
aceee.org The US Department of Energy’s (DOE) plan for national appliance standards for 2020 has come into focus, and the picture is not pretty. Hard on the heels of its rollback of light bulb standards in late 2019, the administration last week finalized its re-write of the process used for developing new ...
cbc.ca The burning of fossil fuels to heat our homes and other buildings is a major source of greenhouse gas emissions in this cold country. Green builders say we need to decarbonize heating by going electric if Canada is going to meet its climate targets. Here’s a closer look at some of the options.
nbcnews.com "People tuned in to climate change are asking the question, ‘Where is it safe to live in the long term?’" one climate scientist said.
ecowatch.com Though air travel is more popular than ever, the vast majority of people in the world have never been on a plane. As that dynamic slowly changes, the environment stands to suffer. Is flying less the only solution?
ecowatch.com Emissions will climb further. Each decade is warmer than the last. The oceans are feeling the rising heat. The economy is threatened. And that’s just January.
salon.com "After she goes and studies economics in college, she can come back," Mnuchin said in a dismissal of Thunberg
democratandchronicle.com The Democratic governor wants to bolster the state's existing ban on large-scale fracking, which has been in place since late 2014.
adirondackalmanack.com The Dept of Public Service issued a report recommending the establishment of a statewide program to promote electric vehicle charging station deployment.
zeroenergyproject.org Today, there are more opportunities to apply heat pumps in a wide range of climates, including cold-climate zones. All-electric, high-performance heat pumps are among the most effective and popular technologies for decarbonizing heating and cooling, especially as the industry moves toward strategic....
sciencedaily.com A new study uses machine learning to project migration patterns resulting from sea-level rise. Researchers found the impact of rising oceans will ripple across the country, beyond coastal areas at risk of flooding, as affected people move inland. Popular relocation choices will include land-locked c...
sciencedaily.com Scientists warn that global climate change is likely to unlock dangerous new microbes, as well as threaten humans' ability to regulate body temperature.
ecowatch.com So now what?
sciencedaily.com Arctic sea ice cannot 'quickly bounce back' if climate change causes it to melt, new research suggests.
zmescience.com The country would leave behind fossil fuels with a clean energy matrix
ecowatch.com Refugees fleeing the impending effects of the climate crisis cannot be forced to return home, according to a new decision by the United Nations Human Rights Committee.
ecowatch.com Talk is cheap, says the acting executive secretary of the United Nations Convention on Biological Diversity, who begged governments around the world to make sure that 2020 is not another year of conferences and empty promises.
usatoday.com "Unprecedented" warming and "exceptionally low levels" of sea ice are bringing rapid, dramatic and disruptive changes to the Arctic.
cnn.com Refugees fleeing the effects of the climate crisis cannot be forced to return home by their adoptive countries, a United Nations panel has ruled, in a landmark decision that could open the door to a flood of legal claims by displaced people around the world.
grist.org “It is as if an asteroid were barreling toward the Earth and the government decided to shut down our only defenses.”
upworthy.com Patagonia is having a very good year. And under our new corporate tax code passed by a Republican Congress and enthusiastically signed into law by President Trump, they’re paying a lot less in federal taxes.$10 million less, to be exact.In letter posted to LinkedIn, Patagonia’s CEO announced her...
newyorker.com In response to mounting public pressure, the investment company has begun knuckling under to reality.
cnn.com The world's oceans are now heating at the same rate as if five Hiroshima atomic bombs were dropped into the water every second, scientists have said.
thehill.com 2019 was the warmest year on record for the oceans--and it had the biggest single-year jump of the decade.
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