Jindal asks Obama to "not insert the divisive political agenda of liberal environmental activism" into his remarks. Obama is ignoring him.
The building, called RE-Ainbow, which is coined from re-use and rainbow, is located in the Duc Tho district of Ha Tinh province, notorious for relatively frequent natural disasters and severe climate change consequences. Re-Ainbow is meant to function a
Obama probably shouldn’t mention weather either. Big anniversary happening on Saturday! Ten years ago, Hurricane Katrina made landfall in Louisiana, and the storm and the levee breaches it caused altered the course of history for New Orleans and surrounding areas. Show More Summary
From floating cities to a skatepark that also doubles as a resevoir, these projects are the future of climate-proof design.
Most Americans want their state to come up with a plan to reduce carbon from power plants. The post 7 Out Of 10 Americans Want Their States To Comply With The EPA’s Climate Plan appeared first on ThinkProgress.
President Obama said he will use all of his powers -- including the power of the veto -- to defend his plan for climate change, the White House said. This announcement comes on the eve of new rules that will cut pollution from power plants, after riders
By Durwood Zaelke I worked in Alaska many years ago as a young attorney defending the forests, fisheries and other remarkable natural resources of the last frontier. The "termination dust" that fell every fall ahead of the deep freeze...Show More Summary
The sense in Republican climate-change nonsense Stephen Stromberg, August 25, 2015 (Washington Post) "Conservatives often insist that it’s pointless to cut climate change-causing greenhouse gas emissions: It would amount to unilateral...Show More Summary
Cost of not acting on climate change $44 trillion: Citi Anmar Frangoul, 18 August 2015 (CNBC) “Up to $44 trillion could be going up in smoke if the world does not act on climate change, according to [ Energy Darwinism II: Why a Low Carbon...Show More Summary
The UK’s Department of Energy and Climate Change has proposed to make calamitous cuts to the country’s renewable energy Feed-in Tariff scheme. Dark Days for UK Renewable Energy Ever since the re-election of the country’s Conservative...Show More Summary
This week, California legislators received a pair of letters signed by dozens of corporations in support of two bills that would require the state to further reduce its greenhouse gas emissions through 2050. In both letters, the firms...Show More Summary
The emissions trading program in the northeastern United States -- the Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative (RGGI) -- is responsible for about half the region's emissions reductions -- an amount far greater than reductions achieved in the rest of the country. Show More Summary
The yields of many important crops in Europe have been stagnating since the 1990s. As a result, the input of organic matter into the soil -- the crucial source for humus formation -- is decreasing. Scientists suspect that the humus stocks of arable soils are declining due to the influence of climate change. Show More Summary
DONG Energy’s Senior Vice President, Jakob Askou Bøss has called for a global climate agreement “to create certainty about the green conversion.” Writing on the company’s website, Jakob Askou Bøss pointed to the world’s current reliance...Show More Summary
In the days after Aug. 29, 2005, when the world watched Hurricane Katrina become one of the worst natural disastersin U.S. history, a question reverberated through the public consciousness: Was climate change to blame? This question arose in part because of a desire after such terrible events to...
Two Vatican counselors on climate change have provided cause for concerned Catholics to wonder what the criteria are for such people.
Humus depletion induced by climate change? Stagnating crop yields pose a threat to soil From the TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY OF MUNICH (TUM) The yields of many important crops in Europe have been stagnating since the 1990s. As a result, the input of organic matter into the soil – the crucial source for humus formation – is…
Ten years after Hurricane Katrina devastated the Gulf Coast, environmental justice advocates feel the time is long overdue for the media to start connecting the dots between climate change and social justice. There may be no clearer example of this intersection than in the impact and aftermath of 2005's Hurricane Katrina. Show More Summary
A new study has found that the genetic diversity of wild plant species could be altered rapidly by anthropogenic climate change.
Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal doesn't want President Obama to mention climate change during his trip to New Orleans this week. The post Bobby Jindal: Katrina Anniversary Is Not The Place For ‘Liberal Environmental Activism’ appeared first on ThinkProgress.