The Biden administration is taking another step toward advancing a controversial oil drilling project in Alaska

CNN – The Interior Ministry’s Bureau of Land Management came forward on Wednesday the The controversial willow oil exploration project On Alaska’s North Slope, a final environmental impact statement is issued prior to project approval. ConocoPhillips’ proposed Willow drilling plan is a massive, decades-long project that the state’s bipartisan congressional delegation says will create much-needed … Read more

How did a small but dangerous radioactive capsule get lost in the Australian desert?

A small radioactive capsule that went missing last week has finally been found somewhere in the desert in Australia after a massive search effort began. Authorities in Western Australia, when announcing their discovery, declared that they had “virtually found the needle in a haystack”. The missing silver capsule was only 8mm by 6mm, and is … Read more

Study: The split of emissions is now greater within countries than between greenhouse gas emissions

The data shows that the difference between the carbon emissions of the rich and the poor within a country is now greater than the differences in emissions between countries. This finding is further evidence of The growing divide between the “polluted elite” of the wealthy around the world, and relatively low emissions responsibility among the … Read more

Why California and other Western states face increasing pressure to reduce water use – The Hill

Story at a glance Despite the heavy rains that hit California earlier this winter, more water conservation is needed to help the West meet the challenges caused by decades of drought. Thanks to climate change, reliable water sources are under threat from unpredictable weather. In the future, the cuts will fall heavily on the agricultural … Read more

Move towards sustainable alternatives

Karachi: The most valuable quality that a responsible and socially conscious business can demonstrate to stakeholders is that it understands that profits cannot be achieved without integrating people and planet into its purpose. A rise in this approach can be seen in how organizations are rethinking their approach to traditional CSR. They seek to inculcate … Read more

It’s a long time coming to stop jigging carp from infesting more of Minnesota’s rivers

You remember gas carp, right? Creatures with fins swimming up the Mississippi River towards Minnesota? Some are called grass carp, others are called bighead or black carp, Is the really terrible carp jumping? They are silver congrats. Silver is that which has already filled rivers throughout the center of the country. Illinois. Ohio. Wabash. These … Read more

Bill Maher Calls Environmentalists “Hypocrites”

“Real Time” host Bill Maher went public Friday night about his environmental sin while addressing the urgency of fighting climate change. During his closing monologue, Maher told his viewers that “asking people to be good” when it came to going green didn’t work, so he took a different approach. Maher turned to the camera: “My … Read more

The Auckland floods are a sign of things to come – the city needs rainwater drainage systems suited to climate change

The extraordinary flooding that occurred in Auckland on the night of January 27, the eve of the city’s anniversary weekend, was caused by rainfall that was literally off the chart. Over the course of 24 hours, 249 mm of rain fell – well above the previous record of 161.8 mm. a Declared a state of … Read more