Former Vice President Al Gore was on hand at the 2007 Oscars, where his An Inconvenient Truth won Best Documentary Feature. Bringing climate change to center stage, it was one of the biggest nonfiction films at the box office ever. Now,...Show More Summary
Talking Points Memo reports: Rep. Lamar Smith (R-TX), noted climate change denier and chair of the House Science Committee, on Monday penned an eyebrow-raising op-ed that argued there are “benefits” to a changing climate. “The benefits of a changing climate are often ignored and under-researched. Show More Summary
The glass abode creates a Mediterranean climate around a three-bedroom home For light-and-warmth-loving folks who want to live in wintry climates, surrounding your home with a heat-trapping greenhouse is an increasingly popular option. Show More Summary
Al Gore is still making his rounds on the late night shows to promote his new climate change movie, An Inconvenient Sequel, but all the media wants to talk to him about is Donald Trump. He appeared on James Corden’s The Late Late Show early Thursday morning, where Corden tried to bait Gore into bashing Trump. Show More Summary
People complain about Big Oil controlling our government, slowing climate action, killing clean air policies (and, thus, countless humans), brainwashing the public through the mass media, and doing all-around shitty shit. We know it — Big Oil is not your friend. Yet, as much as we complain, as much as we talk about the corruption, […]
The World May Have Less Time to Address Climate Change Than Scientists Thought; A new global temperature baseline casts doubt on humanity's ability to meet the Paris target Scott Waldman, July 25, 2017 (E&E News via Scientific American) “…...Show More Summary
Sir Mick Jagger has just released two singles riffing on Brexit and the global climate, including US President Donald Trump. Jagger dropped the tracks on YouTube and major streaming services, including Apple Music and Spotify, on Thursday...Show More Summary
First, we’re introduced to Dimension 35c, a universe with the perfect climate conditions to grow mega trees. Then there’s the future dimension with serum to fix broken legs at every corner drugstore. And the universes where pizzas eat...Show More Summary
Click here for reuse options! The new legislation makes huge concessions to the fossil fuel industry. There's no doubt that California has established itself one of the world's climate leaders, setting aggressive goals for clean economy...Show More Summary
The former vice president's global warming documentary arrives less than two months after the U.S. withdrew from the Paris climate agreement.
The Rolling Stones' frontman was inspired by the current political climate and Kendrick Lamar on 'Gotta Get a Grip' and 'England Lost,' released Thursday.
Lake Tahoe and the community around it are increasingly battered by climate change and drought, with the lake’s temperature climbing 10 times faster the historic average in the past four years and algae threatening the Sierra NevadaShow More Summary
A follow-up to “An Inconvenient Truth,” with new information on climate change and even some positive developments.
(American Association for the Advancement of Science) An intensifying water cycle will likely cause dramatic increases -- nearing 20% by 2100 -- in the amount of nitrogen runoff in the US, according to a new study.
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The last time Mick Jagger put out a solo album, George W. Bush was president of the U.S., Tony Blair was prime minister of England, and Jagger was none too keen on their shared politics. Sixteen years later and both countries are still in disarray under new leadership, and Jagger ... More »
Al Gore is back in the climate spotlight with the release of "An Inconvenient Sequel." On the podcast this week, we’ll revisit his role as the unofficial spokesman for climate action. There’s still an active debate over how effective...Show More Summary
A new study shows that as rainfall increases, so will nutrient runoff, spurring more algal blooms, hypoxic deadzones, and less water for everyone.
If climate change is not curbed, increased precipitation could substantially overload U.S. waterways with excess nitrogen, according to a new study from Carnegie's Eva Sinha and Anna Michalak and Princeton University's Venkatramani Balaji published by Science. Show More Summary
Clarity and collaboration are needed in Canada's carbon-price approach to tackling climate change as a 2018 deadline looms The post Canada’s climate shift will require everyone to get on the same page appeared first on Macleans.ca.