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Environment

Even 'Twilight Zone' Coral Reefs Aren't Safe from Bleaching

Mesophotic reefs at greater depths are more vulnerable to bleaching than previously thought due to high water temperatures.
Bleaching in mesophotic reefs is linked to climate patterns like the Indian Ocean Dipole, affecting coral health.
Axios
1 week ago
Environment

Florida Keys' coral reefs devastated by 2023's marine heat wave

Less than 22% of the surveyed staghorn coral in Florida Keys is still alive after a severe marine heat wave last year.
Coral bleaching caused by warm water temperatures is a significant threat to coral reefs.
www.theguardian.com
3 weeks ago
Environment

Literally off the charts': global coral reef heat stress monitor forced to add new alerts as temperatures rise

The US government's Coral Reef Watch program has added three new alert categories to represent increasing temperature extremes on coral reefs.
Coral reefs are highly vulnerable to heat stress caused by global warming, which can lead to coral bleaching and mortality.
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www.independent.co.uk
3 hours ago
Environment

Germany plans to enable underground storage of carbon dioxide at offshore sites

Germany plans to enable underground carbon storage at offshore sites to combat climate change.
Opponents question the effectiveness of carbon capture and storage compared to other renewable energy sources like solar and wind.
www.theguardian.com
4 days ago
Environment

UK quits treaty that lets fossil fuel firms sue governments over climate policies

The UK is withdrawing from the energy charter treaty due to stalemate in modernizing efforts.
The treaty allows foreign firms to challenge governments' energy policies through secretive arbitration courts.
www.npr.org
5 days ago
Environment

Wind Power Is Taking Over A West Virginia Coal Town. Will The Residents Embrace It? : Consider This from NPR

Keyser, WV is transitioning to renewable energy due to job loss in coal industry and climate change pressures.
National shift to renewable energy boosted by climate policy such as the Inflation Reduction Act.
The Nation
5 days ago
Environment

Hydropower Won't Stop the Climate Crisis-It Might Make It Worse

Climate change is causing water shortages worldwide.
Competition over water resources can lead to conflict and wars.
www.theguardian.com
1 week ago
Environment

Certified natural gas is dangerous greenwashing scheme', US senators say

Certified natural gas is seen as a greenwashing scheme by progressive senators, who argue that it allows the oil and gas industry to justify the continued use of methane gas.
Gas certification programs may face stricter regulations under the updated Green Guides from the Federal Trade Commission, strengthening legal cases against polluters.
The Verge
2 weeks ago
Environment

Fossil fuels are losing ground to renewable energy in Europe

Record drop in pollution from fossil fuel power plants in the EU in 2023.
Renewable energy now makes up over two-thirds of EU's electricity mix.
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Mail Online
19 hours ago
Environment

Data reveals where climate change skeptics and believers live in US

Climate change skepticism more prevalent in Republican-led states
Strong correlation between political affiliation, education, Covid-19 vaccination rates, and income
Akron Beacon Journal
22 hours ago
Environment

Who will help us survive our fragile climate moment? | Guest column

Truth is essential for democracy and addressing climate change denial.
Michael Mann's book highlights the urgency of climate change and the need for truth and action.
Truthout
22 hours ago
Environment

Pollution Crisis in Mexico Shows Limits of Plastic Bag Bans in Global Capitalism

Plastic bags banned in most Mexican states
Plastics production continues to rise despite bans
Impact of bans limited due to lack of infrastructure
Washington Post
6 days ago
Environment

Five ways El Nino is wreaking havoc in South America

El Niño weather system worsened by climate change impacts South America
Fires in Colombia endanger unique plant frailejón
www.cbc.ca
1 week ago
Environment

Friendship bracelets are more popular than ever, but are they eco-friendly? | CBC News

Friendship bracelets' rise in popularity linked to Taylor Swift's Eras Tour.
Swift's concerts significantly boost local economies, with environmental concerns rising.
The Atlantic
1 month ago
Environment

Biden Still Wants to Look Like the Climate President

America has become the biggest liquid-natural-gas exporter in the world, but shipping LNG abroad could have negative environmental consequences.
Despite Biden's climate policies, his administration has approved new oil and gas projects and granted permits for infrastructure that activists have criticized.
www.theguardian.com
1 day ago
Environment

Antarctica sea ice reaches alarming low for third year in a row

Sea ice coverage around Antarctica dropped below 2m sq km for the third consecutive year, indicating a regime shift and critical transition.
The past three years have been the three lowest on record for Antarctic sea ice extent, with scientists observing a significant decline in sea ice coverage.
State of the Planet
2 days ago
Environment

Designing Impactful Climate Literacy Education for Emergency Management-and Beyond

Emergency managers face challenges due to more frequent and unpredictable climate impacts.
Research aims to understand emergency managers' perspectives on climate change and sustainability for better training and education paths.
Truthout
2 days ago
Environment

Oil and Gas Industry Could See Methane Pollution Fees Exceeding $1 Billion

The IRA has financial incentives and penalties for reducing methane emissions
The EPA is taking measures to monitor and penalize methane emissions from the oil and gas industry.
Non Profit News | Nonprofit Quarterly
3 days ago
Environment

In Ukraine: Eco-Crimes and Anxiety as the War Drags On - Non Profit News | Nonprofit Quarterly

Ukrainian climate scientists face stress documenting environmental crimes by Russia
Climate anxiety heightened in Ukraine due to war and warming world.
www.nytimes.com
3 days ago
Environment

Opinion | Let's Build a Climate Wall of Shame

Disconnect between action and impact in climate change.
Proposal for a climate memorial to hold deniers accountable.
www.mercurynews.com
3 days ago
Environment

Opinion: CalPERS pension fund should divest fossil fuel holdings

Divesting from fossil fuels is financially beneficial for investors
Engagement efforts by organizations like CalPERS may have limited effectiveness in addressing climate change
www.nytimes.com
3 days ago
Environment

Opinion | Just How Many People Will Die From Climate Change?

Climate change impact debates include controversial mortality estimations based on temperature rise.
Estimations of climate change mortality vary greatly, from tens of millions to hundreds of millions.
USA TODAY
3 days ago
Environment

CO2 is 0.04% of the atmosphere. That doesn't mean climate change is a 'hoax' | Fact check

CO2 is only 0.04% of the atmosphere, but it plays a crucial role in climate change.
Misleading claims like labeling climate change a 'hoax' based on CO2 percentage are debunked by scientists.
www.theguardian.com
3 days ago
Environment

Bleaching fears along 1,000km stretch of the Great Barrier Reef

Coral bleaching due to rising ocean temperatures affecting Great Barrier Reef
Global heating is the biggest threat to coral reefs
www.theguardian.com
4 days ago
Environment

Growth in CO2 emissions leaves China likely to miss climate targets

China's economic growth is driven by clean energy, but it is off track on its core 2025 climate targets.
China's energy consumption is increasing, along with carbon dioxide emissions, despite slower economic growth.
www.theguardian.com
4 days ago
Environment

Chicago sues fossil fuel companies for role in climate crisis

Chicago joins cities in suing fossil fuel companies for deceptive climate crisis actions
Lawsuit targets major oil companies and industry lobby group for misleading the public
Truthout
5 days ago
Environment

Why Is the US Producing More Oil and Natural Gas Than Ever Under Biden?

2024 likely to be one of the five warmest years on record
U.S. crude oil production at all-time high despite climate action promises
The Verge
5 days ago
Environment

The EU is formalizing rules for taking CO2 out of the atmosphere

The EU agreed on a certification framework for carbon removal technologies.
Lax rules for carbon removal technologies could lead to ineffective climate action.
Truthout
5 days ago
Environment

Hydropower Won't Solve the Climate Crisis, But New Dams May Lead to Water Wars

Climate change is causing a global water crisis with drying rivers and lakes, leading to potential conflicts over limited water resources.
Construction of dams, being built at an unprecedented pace globally, could exacerbate the water crisis by further reducing river flow and threatening ecosystems.
www.theguardian.com
6 days ago
Environment

Labour must act to save the environment here's my three-point plan | George Monbiot

Adopting strong and honest climate policies aligned with international commitments
Focusing on limiting total emissions and eliminating reliance on fossil fuels
Axios
3 weeks ago
Environment

Why the world needs "torrents" of finance to fight climate change

The next UN climate summit will focus on scaling up climate finance and making bold emissions reduction commitments.
Top UN climate official emphasizes the need for more finance to support the transition away from fossil fuels to renewables.
www.theguardian.com
3 weeks ago
Environment

Australia on track' with climate targets needed to protect Great Barrier Reef, Labor tells Unesco

The Albanese government is claiming to be on track to have national climate targets that align with keeping global heating to 1.5C.
Australia is trying to convince Unesco not to recommend the Great Barrier Reef be placed on the list of world heritage sites in danger.
www.bostonherald.com
6 days ago
Environment

Climate change is fueling a new type of anxiety, therapists say

Climate anxiety is a unique form of anxiety that disrupts daily functioning.
Therapists are seeing a rise in clients experiencing profound effects on mental health due to climate change.
Truthout
6 days ago
Environment

Tiny Particles of Plastic Now Pollute Our Food, Water and Even the Clouds

Plastic crisis reports reveal presence of microplastics in food and water.
Chemicals like phthalates and bisphenols from plastic are found in many common foods.
Mail Online
1 week ago
Environment

Six technologies which could help control global warming

Geoengineering and carbon capture projects aim to remove CO2 from the atmosphere to mitigate climate change.
Technologies like blocking the sun with sulfur particles and brightening clouds are being researched for climate solutions.
Mail Online
1 week ago
Environment

What's the science behind the green battleground over home appliances?

Polyvinyl alcohol-containing detergent pods or sheets could be banned in New York
Growing green regulations targeting household products aim to combat climate change.
Los Angeles Times
1 week ago
Environment

Opinion: Is the restoration of California's cutest keystone species worth it?

Sea otters play a crucial role in maintaining marine ecosystems, despite being perceived as a threat by some individuals.
Debates and studies are ongoing regarding the potential reintroduction of sea otters to their historic range to address population challenges and ecological impacts.
Futurism
1 week ago
Environment

Bill Nye Issues Warning for the World

Greenland's massive ice sheet is melting due to climate change, releasing greenhouse gases into the atmosphere.
The melting of Greenland's ice sheet is causing rising sea levels, disrupting weather patterns, and potentially impacting the circulation of the ocean.
www.dw.com
1 week ago
Environment

Support for climate action up despite green backlash DW 02/16/2024

Overwhelming majority of people surveyed support climate action and want more political action.
Negative narratives in media and public discourse often overshadow the majority's support for climate action.
Entrepreneur
1 week ago
Environment

Google Is Mapping Methane Emissions, Data Will Be Free | Entrepreneur

A satellite called MethaneSAT will start circling the Earth 15 times a day next month to measure methane leaks from oil and gas companies.
Google plans to have the data from MethaneSAT mapped by the end of the year for the whole world to see.
Axios
1 week ago
Environment

Amazon rainforest nears tipping points, but it's not too late: study finds

As much as half of the Amazon rainforest may cross tipping points as soon as 2050, affecting Earth's biodiversity and carbon balance sheet.
Greenhouse gas emissions cuts and curbs in deforestation can reduce the likelihood and severity of large-scale shifts in the Amazon rainforest.
Los Angeles Times
2 weeks ago
Environment

Opinion: Cement is a big part of the carbon problem. Here's how to make it part of the solution

Cement production is a major source of greenhouse gas emissions, contributing to climate change.
New technologies are being developed to reduce cement's carbon emissions and potentially capture carbon from the atmosphere.
Truthout
2 weeks ago
Environment

Climate Scientists Record First 12-Month Stretch Over 1.5 Degrees Celsius Target

World leaders must curb emissions by 42% by 2030 to meet Paris climate agreement
January 2024 was the hottest January on record, marking 12 consecutive months with temperatures above 1.5°C target
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2 weeks ago
Environment

Coal Is Bad for the Environment. Is Liquified Natural Gas Any Better?

LNG exports may contribute more to warming than previously believed, but can still reduce greenhouse gas emissions compared to coal in some cases.
The debate about whether LNG is dirtier than coal is contentious, with some arguing that LNG is at least 24 percent worse for the climate than coal.
www.theguardian.com
2 weeks ago
Environment

EU lays out plan to cut greenhouse emissions by 90% by 2040

The EU aims to reduce its net greenhouse gas pollution by 90% by 2040 as part of its goal to become climate-neutral.
The target of reducing emissions by 90% is at the lower end of the recommended 90-95% cuts suggested by the EU's scientific watchdog.
Washington Post
3 weeks ago
Environment

African production of natural gas poses a vexing climate challenge

The discovery of a large gas deposit in Senegal has turned the country into one of Africa's potential major gas producers.
The development of natural gas resources in developing nations could contribute to climate change and hinder global efforts to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
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1 month ago
Environment

Biden delays consideration of new natural gas export terminals, citing climate risk

The Biden administration has decided to delay consideration of new natural gas export terminals in the US in order to address concerns about climate change and greenhouse gas emissions.
Some industry groups criticized the decision, claiming it benefits Russia, while environmentalists expressed support for the move.
Independent
1 month ago
Environment

'Ireland is exposed and vulnerable' -country not prepared for scale of threat from climate change, report finds

Ireland is already experiencing significant climate change
The country is not adequately prepared for current or future impacts.
Mail Online
1 week ago
Environment

Would you pay to fight climate change? 69% of world population would

The majority of the world population is willing to make a significant financial contribution to fight climate change.
Richest countries are less willing to contribute financially to fight climate change.
euronews
1 week ago
Environment

Where in Europe sees climate migration as a bigger threat than Russia?

European voters are more worried about climate change-driven migration than the threat posed by Russia.
Concerns about mass migration as a result of war or climate change have overtaken Russian aggression as a top concern.
The Verge
1 week ago
Environment

The threat of extinction is getting worse for migratory animals

More than one in five migratory species officially deemed in need of international protection are now in danger of extinction.
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1 week ago
Environment

Sucking Carbon from the Air Becomes A Lead Strategy

The Department of Energy is providing up to $100 million in funding for carbon removal pilot projects that aim to remove CO2 directly from the atmosphere.
Applicants are invited to focus on three specific pathways for carbon removal: biomass carbon removal, mineralization projects, and test bed facilities involving multiple pathways.
www.aljazeera.com
1 week ago
Environment

UAE, Azerbaijan, Brazil join forces to limit global warming to 1.5C

The United Arab Emirates, Azerbaijan and Brazil are forming a troika to push for an international agreement to limit global warming to 1.5 degrees Celsius.
The troika partnership aims to enhance international cooperation and stimulate ambition in the next round of countries' climate targets.
www.npr.org
1 week ago
Environment

Across the world, migrating animal populations are dwindling. Here's why

Nearly half of the world's threatened migratory species have declining populations, and over 20% are threatened with extinction.
Conservation efforts such as wildlife crossings, regulations, and habitat protections are helping some migratory species, but more needs to be done to reverse population declines.
www.vice.com
1 week ago
Environment

'Bad News' for Humanity: A Critical Climate System Could Collapse Sooner Than We Thought

The Atlantic Ocean currents are approaching a tipping point that could have a massive impact on global climate.
Scientists have used advanced computer modeling to predict the consequences of the Atlantic meridional overturning circulation (AMOC) shutting down.
time.com
1 week ago
Environment

Nearly Half of the World's Migratory Species Are in Decline, U.N. Report Says

Nearly half of the world's migratory species are in decline due to habitat loss, illegal hunting and fishing, pollution, and climate change.
More than a fifth of the 1,200 species monitored by the UN are threatened with extinction.
The Atlantic
1 week ago
Environment

Trump's America Will Lose the Climate Race

A second Trump presidency would result in four years of relentless carbon pollution and a complete abnegation of the country's climate duties.
The warming that the United States would contribute to the atmosphere during those years would make the world warmer than it would be without them.
Mail Online
2 weeks ago
Environment

Earth surpassed 'doomed' 2.7F warming limit for the first time in 2023

The Earth recorded its highest 12-month average temperature on record, exceeding 2.7 degrees Fahrenheit (1.5C) of warming.
Scientists warn that passing this threshold could cause irreversible harm to the planet and future generations.
www.dw.com
2 weeks ago
Environment

Stored carbon: The key to a chill future? DW 02/06/2024

Carbon dioxide concentrations have increased significantly due to human activity and are contributing to global warming.
Carbon capture and storage (CCS) is a method to prevent excess carbon dioxide from entering the atmosphere and involves capturing CO2 from point sources and storing it underground.
www.scientificamerican.com
2 weeks ago
Environment

Beyond the Doom and Gloom, Here's How to Stimulate Climate Action

Doom and gloom messaging about climate change can spur climate action under certain circumstances.
The impact of climate doomerism on behavior is still being studied through large experiments.
www.nytimes.com
2 weeks ago
Environment

Have We Crossed a Dangerous Warming Threshold? Here's What to Know.

The average global temperature over the past 12 months was more than 1.5 degrees Celsius higher than at the beginning of the industrial age.
The temperature targets set by the Paris Agreement represent guardrails for humanity to avoid the worst consequences of global warming.
www.dw.com
2 weeks ago
Environment

Did humanity just break the Paris climate agreement? DW 02/08/2024

Average global temperatures were more than 1.5 degrees Celsius warmer than pre-industrial levels for 12 consecutive months.
Greenhouse gas emissions from fossil fuels are the main cause for the warming.
www.aljazeera.com
2 weeks ago
Environment

First time world exceeds 1.5C warming limit over 12-month period

Global warming has exceeded temperatures of 1.5 degrees Celsius over a 12-month period, according to European climate monitors.
The world has not yet permanently breached the crucial 1.5C warming threshold outlined in the Paris climate agreement.
The world also experienced its hottest January on record, continuing a run of exceptional heat fueled by climate change.
english.elpais.com
2 weeks ago
Environment

Eight months of consecutive heat records: January 2024 was the warmest ever on Earth

2023 was the hottest year on record since the mid-19th century.
Last month was the warmest January ever recorded, continuing a trend of record-breaking temperatures.
www.nytimes.com
2 weeks ago
Environment

2024 Begins With More Record Heat Worldwide

January 2024 was the hottest January ever recorded, both on land and in the oceans
The warming of the oceans is a reliable indicator of climate change and can have negative impacts on weather patterns and marine life
www.theguardian.com
2 weeks ago
Environment

Australia's climate has warmed by 1.5C since 1910, BoM temperature records show

Australia's climate has warmed by 1.5C since 1910, according to the Bureau of Meteorology.
Australia's land surface has warmed faster than the global average, with a temperature increase of about 1.6C relative to the period between 1850 and 1900.
The Mercury News
2 weeks ago
Environment

Mayor pledges to work toward public investment in clean energy, reject fossil fuels

Antioch Mayor Lamar Hernandez-Thorpe pledges to reject investing public money into fossil fuel infrastructure in the city.
Hernandez-Thorpe becomes the first mayor to sign onto Pacific Environment's global pledge to fight climate crisis and say no to new fossil fuel infrastructure in Antioch.
The Nation
2 weeks ago
Environment

It's the 2024 Election Season. Where's the Climate Story?

More voters face national elections in 2024 than ever before, creating an opportunity for climate change to take center stage.
Journalists need to connect the issue of climate change with political elections to inform voters and hold elected officials accountable.
www.theguardian.com
2 weeks ago
Environment

Joe Biden just did the rarest thing in US politics: he stood up to the oil industry | Bill McKibben

Joe Biden halts new permits for LNG export terminals, causing anger from the petroleum industry.
The arguments from politicians and the petroleum industry in support of natural gas are becoming threadbare and have been called out by Biden.
www.theguardian.com
2 weeks ago
Environment

This is the year of the climate election. Journalists should cover it that way | Mark Hertsgaard and Kyle Pope

More voters face national elections in 2024 than ever before in recorded history, about 4 billion people.
Journalists are not connecting the urgency of climate change to the upcoming elections, sidelining the climate conversation.
Advocate.com
2 weeks ago
Environment

California floods, Chile fires: LGBTQ+ collective action can lead on climate change

The COP28 Climate Change Summit agreement included a provision to move away from fossil fuels and aid disadvantaged nations in battling climate change impacts.
The agreed commitment to lower emissions by 10 percent is insufficient to combat climate change according to climate experts.
The Verge
2 weeks ago
Environment

The EU proposes slashing pollution 90 percent by 2040

The European Commission wants to reduce carbon dioxide emissions by 90% by 2040 compared to 1990 levels.
There is pushback on the proposal due to the reliance on unproven technologies for capturing carbon dioxide emissions.
Axios
2 weeks ago
Environment

Climate change worsens California's historic rainfall

The historic rainfall in Los Angeles Basin is breaking records.
Human-caused climate change is resulting in heavier and more frequent extreme rainfall events.
www.dw.com
2 weeks ago
Environment

What is carbon capture and storage? DW 02/06/2024

Carbon dioxide concentrations are 50% higher than 200 years ago due to human activity.
Carbon capture and storage (CCS) can prevent excess carbon dioxide from entering the atmosphere.
silive
3 weeks ago
Environment

N.Y. state report anticipates 5 significant changes coming to NYC amidst climate change

Governor Kathy Hochul has released the technical chapters of a study on climate change to improve resilience and adaptation in New York.
The study covers eight sectors and was a collaboration among various organizations and communities.
Non Profit News | Nonprofit Quarterly
3 weeks ago
Environment

The Global North Needs to Stop Distancing Itself from Climate Migration - Non Profit News | Nonprofit Quarterly

Climate migration is a misunderstood phenomenon with no proper definition of who a climate migrant is.
Climate migration is a global issue that is influenced by sociopolitical and economic dynamics.
Axios
3 weeks ago
Environment

Sea otters' insatiable appetites help limit coastal erosion by up to 90%, study finds

Sea otters have helped save a California marshland from erosion by consuming plant-eating marsh crabs.
The return of sea otters to their former habitat has slowed erosion by up to 80 to 90% at sites with large otter populations.
Mail Online
3 weeks ago
Environment

Scientist who thought climate crisis would kill us says she was wrong

Hannah Ritchie, a data scientist at the University of Oxford, believes that warnings about the climate crisis may have been overblown.
Ritchie points out that emissions per person have remained the same since 2012 and that the notion of a tipping point into oblivion at 2.7F of warming is not supported by evidence.
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3 weeks ago
Environment

Why New Liquified Natural Gas Infrastructure Is on Hold

The Biden administration is reviewing the impact of U.S. liquefied natural gas exports on climate change, which could result in a permanent pause on new LNG approvals.
The review will focus on the assumptions that gas is a clean fuel and that U.S. exports would replace other fossil fuels but not renewables, with experts criticizing the methodology used in DOE's current assertions.
Daily Kos
4 weeks ago
Environment

Earth Matters: VP Harris on $1 trillion in climate spending; Michael Mann gets his day in court

Except for during World War II, the United States has never had anything that could fairly be called an industrial policy.
www.fastcompany.com
3 weeks ago
Environment

Why your company probably shouldn't call itself climate positive'

H&M has rejected the vague concept of being climate positive and instead set a goal to reduce direct emissions by 90% by 2037.
Without a standard definition, companies may use carbon offsets to justify continued pollution instead of reducing emissions directly.
www.scientificamerican.com
3 weeks ago
Environment

Visualizing Climate Disasters' Surprising Cascading Effects

February 1, 2024 2 min read See how climate disasters cause rippling effects far beyond the initial event By Lori Youmshajekian & Federica Fragapane Credit: When people imagine the aftermath of a natural disaster, skin infections and gastrointestinal illnesses aren't usually the problems that come to mind.
www.theguardian.com
3 weeks ago
Environment

Fears back-to-back cyclones may have damaged Great Barrier Reef

Two back-to-back cyclones have caused concerns about damage to the Great Barrier Reef.
The cyclones have resulted in freshwater runoff that can cause coral bleaching and damage to marine ecosystems.
The Nation
4 weeks ago
Environment

Meet the Young Peruvians Fighting in Court for Climate Action

Héctor Enrique Delgado Pérez was only 10 years old when Perú experienced one of the strongest El Niño events in its history in 2017.
Truthout
4 weeks ago
Environment

Kiss 1.5 Celsius Goodbye. Was 2023 Earth's Last Year Below the Key Climate Threshold?

Our climate has crossed the "dangerous" 1.5 degrees Celsius(2.7 degrees Fahrenheit) above normal warming threshold 50 years or more ahead of long-held projections, according to data analysis by a major climate organization.
www.theguardian.com
1 month ago
Environment

Biden's delay of carbon bomb' projects could be a big deal - but will it last?

The Biden administration has paused pending export licenses for liquified natural gas (LNG) to evaluate the climate impact of the projects.
The US has experienced rapid growth in LNG export terminals, making it the world's largest exporter of gas.
www.theguardian.com
1 month ago
Environment

Biden hits pause on natural gas projects amid thread of carbon mega bombs'

The Biden administration has paused all pending export permits for liquified natural gas (LNG) until updated criteria for approvals that consider the impact of climate change are developed.
The pause could potentially jeopardize the future of more than a dozen planned gas export terminals, with the potential to emit 3.2 billion tons of greenhouse gases.
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