The lines we draw around what's acceptable to put in our mouths have more to do with culture and climate than with science or nutrition.
Today, the Earth got a little hotter, and a little more crowded. Forests are homes to some of nature's brightest jewels, such as this tufted coquette hummingbird in Brazil. Credit Michel Giraud-Audine at flickr Forests: the cheapestShow More Summary
"At this stage there is less sense of that movement and a lesser sense of urgency" Ed Miliband, the former leader of the UK Labour Party and very first secretary of state for the Department for Energy & Climate Change (DECC) gave his...Show More Summary
Our current climate situation is a big problem without one simple answer. In order to slow or halt climate change, we are going to need to change many different aspects of modern life. One aspect in particular - the modern home - is going to need some
The European smart thermostats market is set to boom, driven by the 2020 targets on climate change and mandatory energy efficiency certification for buildings. The enforcement of minimum standards for high energy consuming products such...Show More Summary
On Sunday, Hillary Clinton, the frontrunner for the Democratic nomination for president, released her first policy proposals on climate change—and at first glance, the Clinton plan seems ambitious. It secures the Obama administration’s...Show More Summary
Originally published on EdenKeeper What do a government scientist, reverend, fisherman, and farmer all have in common? As Pope Francis wrote in his environmental encyclical, “Praised Be,” they all share a common home. And, as floods,...Show More Summary
Starring the lot of GOP 2016 contenders, Hillary adds a bit of entertainment to her campaign with this parody of climate change deniers in the form of a classic monster movie.
Here’s what’s trending on Wonk Wire today: Mass Shootings Mapped The Richer You Are, the More You Drink A Modest Increase for Obamacare Rates in California A Closer Examination of Clinton’s Climate Change Proposal While Congress Resists EPA Power Plan, [...]
Inslee: A tall guy, particularly when compared to children, and even when sitting. Governor's Office/Flickr Not-so-jolly green giant Jay Inslee is sticking it to the opponents of his climate agenda in the state legislature. Today, Inslee's...Show More Summary
Medium is collecting a series of really great fiction about our climate-screwed future.
We talked to the nice people running around Capitol Hill Block Party and ask them what scared them more.
A changing climate is killing the sockeye salmon of the Columbia River.
Just another reason to go vegan: new research shows a direct correlation between eating more plants and reducing your carbon footprint. The study, published in the journal ‘Climatic Change,’ analyzed the diets Read More The post Study: Vegans Have the Lowest Daily Carbon Footprint appeared first on Ecorazzi.
Steve Yuhas, a resident of wealthy California enclave Rancho Santa Fe, has become famous for his reaction to drought-imposed water restrictions. His post reads: "(People) should not be forced to live on property with brown lawns, golf...Show More Summary
The day after Hillary Rodham Clinton put forth a detailed plan for confronting climate change, she would not answer a question of whether or not she would support the Keystone XL Pipeline project.
Advocates of "market-based" climate solutions paint pastel pictures reflecting smoothly adjusting macro-economic models. Competitive markets gradually nudged by carbon pricing glide into a low carbon future in a modestly disruptive fashion, much as sulfur pollution from power plants was scaled back in the 1990s. Show More Summary
Keith Kissel/Flickr So as expected, Hillary Clinton laid out at least a partial agenda on climate change in Iowa yesterday, mainly focusing on renewable fuel goals that seem to be...