Coal’s ‘absolutely massive’ environmental catastrophe

There’s a new international push to make systemic, long-lasting environmental devastation like coal extraction an crime called “ecocide.”

University of Portsmouth study finds 9,000% increase in face mask litter

University researchers urge government to enforce legislation to prevent PPE littering following study.

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Explainer: Was Deadly Tornado Storm System Related To Climate Change?

Warm weather was a crucial ingredient in the outbreak that killed dozens of people, but whether climate change is a factor is not quite as clear.

Coal Powered the Industrial Revolution. It Left Behind an ‘Absolutely Massive’ Environmental Catastrophe – Inside Climate News

HAROLD, Ky.—Along the winding, two lane road that leads to Tracy Neece’s mountain, there’s no hint of the huge scars in the hills beyond the oaks and the pines.   Green forests cover steep slopes on each side of the road, which turns from blacktop to dusty gravel. Modest homes are nestled into the bottomlands along […]
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Do You Know Where Your Sweater Came From?

Loro Piana makes some of the world’s most luxurious cashmere. Now you can trace every step of its journey from Mongolia to Madison Avenue.
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The corporate climate migration has begun

Coal Powered the Industrial Revolution. It Left Behind an ‘Absolutely Massive’ Environmental Catastrophe – Inside Climate News

HAROLD, Ky.—Along the winding, two lane road that leads to Tracy Neece’s mountain, there’s no hint of the huge scars in the hills beyond the oaks and the pines.   Green forests cover steep slopes on each side of the road, which turns from blacktop to dusty gravel. Modest homes are nestled into the bottomlands along […]

The lobster trap

Naomi Oreskes & Jeff Nesbit: From denial to delay: How the oil industry refined its strategy on climate

No longer able to outright deny the reality of climate change, the fossil fuel industry has pivoted to obfuscation.

Why sea creatures migrate to the surface every night

Jellyfish, plankton, and even sharks rise from the deep. Scientists aren’t exactly sure why.

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