Tag Archives: ClimateAction

Australian wildfires drive climate breakdown

Australian wildfires drive climate breakdown

Australian wildfires will help push up carbon dioxide levels in the atmosphere to new highs in 2020, the Met Office has said. Its annual forecast for concentrations of the key greenhouse gas in the atmosphere predicts 2020 will see one of the highest annual increases in levels since records began …

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Want to help Australia? Please check out the following orgs to see how you can s…

Want to help Australia?
Please check out the following orgs to see how you can s...

Want to help Australia? Please check out the following orgs to see how you can support people, wildlife and animals who need help: @1300koalaz @wildliferescuesc @wildlifevictoria @aussieark @therescuecollective @animalsaustralia @deeppeacetrust @balubluefoundation @redcrossau @nswrfs • • Do you care about the planet? ???? Tag someone who should see this! ???? • …

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Spring 2020 Workshop Will Analyze Five Environmental Challenges

Spring 2020 Workshop Will Analyze Five Environmental Challenges

Spring 2020 Workshop Will Analyze Five Environmental Challenges by Greg Hopper |January 24, 2020 The newest cohort of Columbia University’s Masters of Public Administration in Environmental Science and Policy (MSP-ESP) began their new workshop course on January 22. The Workshop in Applied Earth Systems Policy Analysis serves as a defining …

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Access to justice update from ClientEarth and Justice&Environment

Access to justice update from ClientEarth and Justice&Environment

Our opinion EU Commission lays out options to comply with the Aarhus Convention: light at the end of the tunnel?Two years after being found in breach of the Aarhus Convention for not allowing members of the public to challenge decisions of EU institutions before the EU courts, the European Commission …

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STIs can save the planet. No, not those STIs.

STIs can save the planet. No, not those STIs.

Get your daily dose of good news from Grist Subscribe to The Beacon The words “climate tipping point” brings to mind collapsing ice shelves, rainforests burning to a crisp, and other irreversible environmental disasters. But what if I told you that not all climate tipping points are bad? A recent …

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Trump Administration Finalizes Repeal of Pollution Rule, Threatening Drinking Water Sources for 117 Million Americans

Trump Administration Finalizes Repeal of Pollution Rule, Threatening Drinking Water Sources for 117 Million Americans

For Immediate Release:  Thursday, January 23, 2020 WASHINGTON – Today the Trump administration finalized its plan to repeal critical safeguards that prohibit the dumping of industrial and agricultural pollution into sensitive waterways that provide tap water for more than 117 million Americans. The repeal of the Waters of the U.S. rule, …

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Stunning House on the Rocks uses geothermal power

Stunning House on the Rocks uses geothermal power

On Finland’s windswept Turku archipelago, Helsinki-based design practice and log house kit purveyor Pluspuu has completed yet another ecological wood house — fittingly named the House on the Rocks. Designed to embrace landscape views in multiple directions, the three-bedroom, two-bath residence is a custom design based on Pluspuu’s pre-designed house …

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Advisers warn Britain must change how land is used to meet climate goal

Advisers warn Britain must change how land is used to meet climate goal

Climate advisers to the United Kingdom’s Conservative government have warned Britons should plant many more trees, eat less meat, cut food waste and restore peatlands if the country is to meet its climate target of reaching net zero emissions by 2050. Britain last year became the first member of the …

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Milk used to be delivered in glass bottles, groceries collected in paper bags. S…

Milk used to be delivered in glass bottles, groceries collected in paper bags. S...

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Futurist returns to Design Indaba with green message

Futurist returns to Design Indaba with green message

Lidewij Edelkoort. Image: Ivy Yin As part of the Design Indaba Festival 2020, Paris-based futurist Li Edelkoort will host inspiring new trend seminars in Johannesburg and Cape Town. Edelkoort’s ever-popular three-hour presentations form part of the official programme for the event’s 25th anniversary celebration. Her upcoming talks will take place …

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