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While Legislation Failed, Interior Department Still Wants to Scrap Methane Rule

Despite a failed legislative attempt, the US Department of Interior now says that it will try and change the current methane rules for oil and gas operations through regulatory means — a move that, if successful, would still take years. The post While Legislation Failed, Interior Department Still Wants to Scrap Methane Rule appeared first on Environmental Leader.

Ample oil supply in a demand-constrained world: Fuel for Thought

Anyone looking for clues as to the direction of global oil demand would be well advised to count the number of electric bicycles dodging traffic in China’s streets. It was once held that if all of the hundreds of millions of ChineseShow More Summary

Global Science Report: Sea Ice Expansion in the Southern Hemisphere Is Real and Driven by Falling Temperatures

Craig D. Idso, Patrick J. Michaels While there’s been thousands of legacy media stories about the very real decline in summer sea-ice extent in the Arctic Ocean, we can’t find one about the statistically significant increase in Antarctic...Show More Summary

Will Warming and “Acidification” Create Chaos in Coastal Ecosystems?

Craig D. Idso, Patrick J. Michaels One of the key concerns about climate change is ecosystem resilience. This is particularly true for those that are anchored over large locations with little ability to move. Ecological communities in the Chesapeake Bay come to mind. According to the U.S. Show More Summary

Giving Nature's "Hiatus" Paper a Closer Read

Patrick J. Michaels There’s been a small gaggle of news stories about a new paper by Iselin Medhaug and colleagues in the May 4 issue of Nature that concludes that climate models are just fine and their sensitivity to carbon dioxideShow More Summary

Bill Maher Talks The Perfect And The Good

”If Hillary was President, would we be turning the clock back on the one issue for which there is no more time, climate change?” From Real Time with Bill Maher via YouTube Tweet !function(d,s,id){var js,fjs=d.getElementsByTagName(s)Show More Summary

How SunShot Supports The Solar Triumph

SunShot is making solar energy the cheapest form of energy ever. From U.S. Department of Energy/SunShot via YouTube Tweet !function(d,s,id){var js,fjs=d.getElementsByTagName(s)[0];if(!d.getElementById(id)){js=d.createElement(s);;js.src="//";fjs.parentNode.insertBefore(js,fjs);}}(document,"script","twitter-wjs");

Citizens Take On The Climate Change Fight

The voice of the people is rising. It has been missing too long from this debate. From YaleClimateConnections via YouTube Tweet !function(d,s,id){var js,fjs=d.getElementsByTagName(s)[0];if(!d.getElementById(id)){js=d.createElement(s);;js.src="//";fjs.parentNode.insertBefore(js,fjs);}}(document,"script","twitter-wjs");

High-Energy ‘Lightning Talks’ Spur Environmental Excitement, Inspiration

Sustainability management professionals find that one of the best ways to improve their own company’s environmental initiatives is to “steal” ideas from their peers. In a newly announced session at the Environmental Leader 2017 Conference, a snappy and useful series of “lightning talks” will give attendees a variety of inspirational ideas in... Show More Summary

Like Other Cosmetic Giants, L’Oreal Chases ‘Circular Economy,’ Improved Water/Carbon Footprint

L’Oreal will be striving toward a neutral or positive water footprint for some sites by improving treatment and reuse processes, as well as increasing reuse and recycling of waste by boosting material recovery at all L’Oreal sites. The beauty company is working with Suez, a company that provides solutions for... Show More Summary

Cities Can Stop Climate Change

How to fix climate change: put cities, not countries, in charge; It can’t be left to dysfunctional nation states to tackle – but as Oslo and Seoul have shown, metropolitan centres can rise to the challenge of global warming BenjaminShow More Summary

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