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Climate Change This Week: One Degree Closer to Catastrophe, the Clean Surge, and More!

Today, the Earth got a little hotter, and a little more crowded. @@ Way Cool! Nematocampa Forest Caterpillar Shoots Out Tentacles when disturbed by sound - this one recently discovered in the Peruvian Amazon, but this type of caterpillar also occurs in North America. Show More Summary

Veterans: California Desert National Monuments Would Protect WWII History and National Heritage

When American troops were called on to join the greatest global conflict the world has ever seen, WWII, there was a need to train new tank units under harsh conditions to prepare for the rigors of battle over rough desert terrain and in inhospitable climates. Show More Summary

Climate Change This Week: Sex Suffers, A Slowing Sea Rises, and More

Today, the Earth got a little hotter, and a little more crowded. Forests: Home of the Bizarre and Beautiful, like this African saturniid caterpillar. Source CandieCee at By threatening the world's forests, humans ultimately...Show More Summary

Portlanders and Mayor Charlie Hales: World Leaders on Climate Change

On November 12, 2015, Portland Mayor Charlie Hales took a step no other U.S. mayor in the U.S. -- and perhaps the world -- has yet taken: He submitted a resolution, supported unanimously by Portland's city council, calling for an end to all new fossil fuel infrastructure within the limits of Oregon's largest city. Show More Summary

Ocean Battleground: Unconscious Plastics Industry Runs Amok

We're so adept at inventing ways to improve the human condition, we're unwittingly traveling in the opposite direction -- where to admire our industrialized accomplishments is to stand on shaky oil-spattered ground. Because our worst...Show More Summary

The Myanmar Election and the Myitsone Dam

The Friday edition of the New York Times featured an article about the Myanmar election on its front page. The narrative of a 2015 Goldman Prize winner, Myint Zaw, could not be timelier. The historical background of Myanmar, previously called Burma, has so many twists and turns that it defies a simple recounting. Show More Summary

As the Arctic Goes, So Goes the Planet

Done sustainably, development can yield big wins - for financial capital and the natural capital we all depend on. Done wrong, it can be a financial quagmire and destroy the natural systems that are the very foundation of all that we cherish. Show More Summary

Climate Change This Week: The Chocolate Connection, Faltering Forests, a Solar Alliance, and More!

Today, the Earth got a little hotter, and a little more crowded. Forests: the cheapest way to store carbon What We Lose when the forests of Asia burn include the jeweled flower mantis... say, are those happy faces on its wings? Source pinterest When we harm forests, we harm ourselves. Show More Summary

The Galilee Basin -- Australia's Keystone

President Obama's rejection of the Keystone XL Pipeline is our clearest sign that the age of fossil fuels is over. For the first time in history, a world leader has turned down a major fossil fuel project because of its impact on the climate. Show More Summary

Meet the real climate warriors going to Paris

As world leaders, diplomats, climate activists and journalists are set to meet in Paris at the end of November for a crucial conference to tackle climate change, a group of leading indigenous peoples groups are also making their way to the French capital. Show More Summary

The Dark Force of 'Willful Blindness'

This year was recently the centenary of the sinking of the Lusitania which was marked by memorial services across the United Kingdom and around the world. For those who don't know, the RMS Lusitania was a British ocean liner and briefly, the world's largest passenger ship. Show More Summary

Nokero releases world’s “most efficient” portable solar light for under $20

Clean lighting company Nokero is so proud of its newest solar device they have called it the “world’s most efficient light.” The N233 model just might fit the bill, seeing as it is incredibly affordable, lightweight, and can keep a charge up to 15 hours at a time. Show More Summary

Back To The Future? We're Already There

"Drivers? Where we're going we don't need drivers." That's what Doc Brown should have said. But instead, he uttered the now famous line about flying cars not needing roads. Alas, the world in 2015 is not what we thought it would be 30 years ago. Show More Summary

Climate Change This Week: More Hunger Games, Banks Bail on Coal, and More!

Today, the Earth got a little hotter, and a little more crowded. Stop Cutting Down My Home!!! When forests disappear, so do beautiful unique wildlife, like this Amazonian wild flycatcher. Source By threatening...Show More Summary

Eerie cityscape floating in the clouds above China captured on video

Onlookers in the city of Fochan, in China’s Guangdong province, witnessed a bizarre sight last week when an eerie cityscape appeared to be floating among the clouds right above everyone’s heads. The strange vision reportedly lasted only a few moments before vanishing, but not before a video was captured. Show More Summary

Ghostly ruins of a 400-year-old church rise from the waters of a Mexican reservoir The ghostly ruins of a 16th-century church have emerged from the depths of a reservoir in Mexico. Abandoned around the late 1700s, the church, known as the Temple of Quechula, was flooded by a dam in 1966. Show More Summary

Tiny wooden cabin on stilts is a cozy escape in the trees Although this elevated timber cabin isn’t a treehouse, it has all the benefits of one. Existing trees group around and through the modern geometric structure, which features slanted walls that culminate into a large square window framing views down the hillside. Show More Summary

LEGO scoops another world record with its life-sized teardrop trailer The trailer is on display at the Motorhome & Caravan Show 2015 at the National Exhibition Centre in Birmingham, UK now and will be found at LEGO’s BRICK 2015 fan event later this year. TheShow More Summary

Excuse Me While I Vacuum The Sky

By Don Willlmott It's an appealing fantasy: why not just suck all the pollution out of our planet's air? Plenty of people have air purifiers in their homes. Can't we just build bigger ones? There must be a way, right? Well, not exactly,...Show More Summary

Volkswagen's Lies Show Need for Real Emissions Tests

Caught red-handed for cheating on diesel emissions tests, German carmaker Volkswagen's actions in putting profits before public health have underscored the need for urgent reforms of car industry pollution laws. These reforms must ensure...Show More Summary

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