Joe Manchin has been bullshitting the entire country for months with arguments and fake negotiations for a bill that is extremely popular with voters and good for the economy, but not so much with his financial backers, or his personal interests. Betrayal is too tame a word.
Climate & Environment
Tornadoes and the storms that create them are far below the scale that climate models can predict. So researchers look at the large-scale ingredients that make conditions for them to form.
The best time for PR firms to stop working for fossil fuel clients was 20 years ago, when we had much more time to stop the climate emergency. The second best time is now.
Carbon capture and storage, or CCS, aims to capture carbon dioxide as it emerges from smokestacks either at power plants or from industrial sources. So far, CCS at U.S. power plants has been a failure.
Climate change impacts – such as droughts, floods or storms – affect people differently depending on their wealth and access to resources and on their involvement in decision making. This brings this subject to an intersection with social justice and human rights.
Dinesh D'Souza's target readers appear not too worried about verifying facts, though they should be because his work is intended to manipulate them. His post is a clear attempt to paint attendees of COP26 Conference in a bad light and make them out to be disingenuous in their work.
There is no longer any question: These Big Oil companies knew and lied about their product's role in the climate crisis, they continue to deceive, and they must be held accountable.
Atmospheric rivers occur globally, affecting the west coasts of the world’s major land masses, including Portugal, Western Europe, Chile and South Africa. So-called “Pineapple Express” storms that carry moisture from Hawaii to the U.S. West Coast are just one of their many flavors.
As safety concerns about glyphosate herbicides mount, the practice of spraying the herbicide on many crops before harvest—and getting into food products—is under scrutiny.
Syukuro Manabe, Klaus Hasselmann and Giorgio Parisi have been announced as winners of the 2021 Nobel Prize for Physics. The prize is awarded “for groundbreaking contributions to our understanding of complex physical systems.”
Today marks the passage of a $3.5 trillion dollar budget blueprint through the House The massive bill has something for everyone in a massive investment in the physical and human infrastructure of the country. No Republicans voted for this bill.
While ExxonMobil’s decades of sowing public doubt about climate science and the impact of fossil fuels have provoked various lawsuits, secretly recorded videos released Wednesday expose how the company continues to fight against U.S. efforts to tackle the climate emergency.