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We're in the Process of Decimating 1 in 6 Species on Earth

Plants and animals around the world are already suffering from the negative impacts of manmade global warming—including shrinking habitats and the spread of disease. A great number are also facing the ultimate demise—outright extinction—among them the iconic polar bear, some fish species, coral, trees... Show More Summary

Climate change could push a sixth of species to extinction: study

OSLO (Reuters) - Climate change could drive up to a sixth of animals and plants on Earth to extinction unless governments cut rising greenhouse gas emissions, according to a U.S. study published on Thursday.

This is why we’re still talking about sexism in science

Upon submitting a paper for acceptance to PLOS (Public Library of Science), two female scientists were essentially told: "Needs more dudes."

Mopey English singer Morrissey picks a fight with Al Gore

The former Smiths frontman wrote an open letter to the former veep demanding that Live Earth go vegan.

Obama unlikely to unveil Keystone move during Canada election: sources

OTTAWA (Reuters) - U.S. President Barack Obama is unlikely to deliver his verdict on TransCanada Corp's Keystone XL pipeline between mid-June and mid-October for fear of being seen as interfering in Canada's upcoming election, said three Ottawa-based sources familiar with the matter.

Europe calls for tougher limits on super greenhouse gases

BRUSSELS (Reuters) - The European Commission on Thursday called for a tougher U.N. Montreal Protocol to protect the ozone layer by curbing super greenhouse gases known as HFCs, that have a global warming potential thousands of times greater than carbon dioxide.

Bernie Sanders swoops into presidential race with high climate-hawk ranking

A new ranking of U.S. senators based on their climate activism puts presidential candidate Bernie Sanders among the top "climate hawks."

Chile volcano Calbuco erupts again

SANTIAGO (Reuters) - Chilean volcano Calbuco, which erupted twice spectacularly last week, began erupting again on Thursday, sending a fresh cloud of ash and gas high into the sky, local TV pictures showed.

Let’s Do It! Issues Global Challenge: Let’s Clean Up The Whole World In One Day

Let's Do It! began as an effort to clean up illegally dumped trash in Estonia, and grew into a global effort to address litter & other local challenges The post Let’s Do It! Issues Global Challenge: Let’s Clean Up The Whole World In One Day appeared first on Sustainablog.

Fatal shark attack reported off coast of Hawaiian island of Maui

(Reuters) - Officials in Hawaii are reporting a fatal shark attack off the island of Maui and are barring swimmers from the area's shoreline.

EU carbon talks next week could clinch reform deal

BRUSSELS (Reuters) - European Union talks next week could clinch a deal to shake up the world's biggest carbon market after a change of position by the Czech Republic removed a major obstacle to an early start for reforms.

Paris climate deal must swell new UN fund: director

BARCELONA/OSLO (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - A new global deal on climate change, due to be agreed in Paris this year, must pave the way for an ambitious rise in funding for developing countries as their climate-related costs grow, the head of the U.N.'s key climate fund said.

US and Japan miss deadline on cash for UN green climate fund

OSLO/BARCELONA (Reuters) - The United States and Japan will miss a U.N. deadline on Thursday to firm up promises to provide billions of dollars for a new U.N. fund intended to help developing nations tackle global warming, the fund said.

Japan proposes to cut greenhouse gas emissions by 26 percent by 2030

TOKYO (Reuters) - Japan said it was proposing to cut its greenhouse gas emissions by 26 percent by 2030 as its contribution to a global summit on climate change in Paris later in the year.

To sustain climate adaptation, integrate it with local economies: experts

NAIROBI (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - To make development efforts more sustainable, businesses need incentives to invest in community-level climate change adaptation programs – but resistance to creating those incentives is still strong, climate change specialists said this week in Nairobi.

Shell pushes on with Arctic exploration as it awaits U.S. permit

LONDON (Reuters) - Royal Dutch Shell is pushing ahead with plans to explore for oil in the Arctic Ocean near Alaska this summer despite opposition from environmental groups.

The 10 American Cities With the Dirtiest Air

Nearly 44 percent of Americans live in areas with dangerous levels of ozone or particle pollution, according to the American Lung Association's annual "State of the Air" report, published yesterday. The good news is that's actually an...Show More Summary

When I eat honey, do I hurt bees?

A reader wonders if she should avoid using beeswax, royal jelly, and honey. Umbra's answer is sweet.

Dragon Ball is Coming Back

The legendary anime is headed back to television this summer Trending Dragon Ball Dragon Ball Z

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