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Bitcoin’s Climate Problem
GoGreenNation. Bitcoin’s Climate Problem. Tuesday, March 9, 2021. But depending on which study you read, the annual carbon emissions from the electricity required to mine Bitcoin and process its transactions are equal to the amount emitted by all of New

But depending on which study you read, the annual carbon emissions from the electricity required to mine Bitcoin and process its transactions are equal to the amount emitted by all of New Zealand. Or Argentina.

Stunning photos of climate change
GoGreenNation. Stunning photos of climate change. Wednesday, April 21, 2021. From severe drought and fires to rising seas and eroding coastlines, warnings from decades ago have already become a reality. But experts say it's not too late to take action

From severe drought and fires to rising seas and eroding coastlines, warnings from decades ago have already become a reality. But experts say it's not too late to take action against the most devastating impacts of this phenomenon. What follows is an album of photos that illustrate the state of the planet and our climate over the past decade.

Climate emissions shrinking the stratosphere, scientists reveal
GoGreenNation. Climate emissions shrinking the stratosphere, scientists reveal. Wednesday, May 12, 2021. The shrinking stratosphere is a stark signal of the climate emergency and the planetary-scale influence that humanity now exerts, according to Juan

The shrinking stratosphere is a stark signal of the climate emergency and the planetary-scale influence that humanity now exerts, according to Juan Añel, at the University of Vigo, Ourense in Spain.

The Greek Island Luring Climate Scientists
GoGreenNation. The Greek Island Luring Climate Scientists. Tuesday, October 20, 2020. From the ship, the island of Antikythera looked like a handful of withered and desiccated boulders flung into the Aegean. “Prepare to get lost in 180-degree blue,” said

Posing as the international wind travel station, the Greek island of Antikythera stands where three sea’s converge and where African, American, Asian and European continental winds pass through. Antikythera is a climate scientist’s Disneyland, as the island accumulates dust from winds that span across the globe containing the data that tell today’s climate story. Read this fascinating BBC piece on how this research may change the way we think about the climate by the end of next year.

A Climate Change Guide for Kids
GoGreenNation. A Climate Change Guide for Kids. Sunday, April 18, 2021. “The biggest challenges we face are not about science, they are about people.”. Read the full story here. recent ARTICLES. join us. to forge. a sustainable future. Our team is always

“The biggest challenges we face are not about science, they are about people.”

Meet the Climate Change Activists of TikTok
GoGreenNation. Meet the Climate Change Activists of TikTok. Thursday, March 11, 2021. The world is facing a climate change problem, and climate change is facing a communication problem. The complexities and hypotheticals of climate science do not

The world is facing a climate change problem, and climate change is facing a communication problem. The complexities and hypotheticals of climate science do not translate well to an audience who just wants to know whether the dress was blue or white. And yet, on TikTok, one of the world’s most active communication platforms, climate change is a rapidly growing topic.

Senate Votes To Restore Regulations On Climate-Warming Methane Emissions
GoGreenNation. Senate Votes To Restore Regulations On Climate-Warming Methane Emissions. Wednesday, April 28, 2021. The U.S. Senate has taken a step toward more vigorously regulating climate-warming methane leaks from the oil and gas industry, a move

The U.S. Senate has taken a step toward more vigorously regulating climate-warming methane leaks from the oil and gas industry, a move supporters say is key to achieving President Biden's ambitious climate goals.

Rab Island ''The Another Side''
Rab Island ''The Another Side''. The film shows the island of Rab and its peculiarities in two completely different climatic characteristics. The first part of the film shows the beauty of the landscape nature and the Mediterranean climate of the island

The film shows the island of Rab and its peculiarities in two completely different climatic characteristics. The first part of the film shows the beauty of the landscape nature and the Mediterranean climate of the island in the period from April to October. The second part of the film shows the island from November to March. In these months, the Mediterranean climate changes into a completely different climate and shows its other face, i.e. the island of Rab then changes into a different beauty. It is up to the guests to experience the island in those months and feel the way of life on the island in those conditions and not just in the summer months.

Dare we hope? Here’s my cautious case for climate optimism
GoGreenNation. Dare we hope? Here’s my cautious case for climate optimism. Saturday, May 1, 2021. That we cannot see all the way to the transformed society we need does not mean it is impossible. We will reach it by not one great leap but a long journey

That we cannot see all the way to the transformed society we need does not mean it is impossible. We will reach it by not one great leap but a long journey, step by step.

One in four cities cannot afford climate crisis protection measures
GoGreenNation. One in four cities cannot afford climate crisis protection measures. Wednesday, May 12, 2021. Three-quarters of cities surveyed by CDP were already working with businesses on sustainability issues, or had plans to do so within the next two

Three-quarters of cities surveyed by CDP were already working with businesses on sustainability issues, or had plans to do so within the next two years.

Climate change: Kerry urges top polluters to cut emissions now
GoGreenNation. Climate change: Kerry urges top polluters to cut emissions now. Tuesday, March 9, 2021. US climate change envoy John Kerry has urged the world's top 20 polluters which create 81% of emissions between them to reduce CO2 immediately. Read the

US climate change envoy John Kerry has urged the world's top 20 polluters which create 81% of emissions between them to reduce CO2 immediately.

Biden: This will be 'decisive decade' for tackling climate change
GoGreenNation. Biden: This will be 'decisive decade' for tackling climate change. Thursday, April 22, 2021. "We must try to keep the Earth's temperature to an increase of 1.5C. The world beyond 1.5 degrees means more frequent and intense fires, floods

"We must try to keep the Earth's temperature to an increase of 1.5C. The world beyond 1.5 degrees means more frequent and intense fires, floods, droughts, heatwaves and hurricanes - tearing through communities, ripping away lives and livelihoods."

Climate change: Carbon emission promises 'put Earth on red alert'
GoGreenNation. Climate change: Carbon emission promises 'put Earth on red alert'. Friday, February 26, 2021. Governments must halve emissions by 2030 if they intend the Earth to stay within the 1.5C “safe” threshold. But the latest set of national

Governments must halve emissions by 2030 if they intend the Earth to stay within the 1.5C “safe” threshold. But the latest set of national policies submitted to the UN shows emissions will merely be stabilised by 2030.

It’s not just Big Oil. Big Meat also spends millions to crush good climate policy.
climate change countermovement,” write the authors of the study, published in the journal Climatic Change. Read the full story here. recent ARTICLES. join us. to forge. a sustainable future. Our team is always growing. Become a partner, volunteer, sponsor, or

“US beef and dairy companies appear to act collectively in ways similar to the fossil fuel industry, which built an extensive climate change countermovement,” write the authors of the study, published in the journal Climatic Change.

Kiss the Ground (2020)
Kiss the Ground (2020). Kiss the Ground reveals that, by regenerating the world’s soils, we can completely and rapidly stabilize Earth’s climate, restore lost ecosystems and create abundant food supplies. Using compelling graphics and visuals, along with

Kiss the Ground reveals that, by regenerating the world’s soils, we can completely and rapidly stabilize Earth’s climate, restore lost ecosystems and create abundant food supplies. Using compelling graphics and visuals, along with striking NASA and NOAA footage, the film artfully illustrates how, by drawing down atmospheric carbon, soil is the missing piece of the climate puzzle. This movie is positioned to catalyze a movement to accomplish the impossible – to solve humanity’s greatest challenge, to balance the climate and secure our species future.

John Kerry says Trump’s climate policies ‘destroyed’ US credibility on world stage – as it happened
GoGreenNation. John Kerry says Trump’s climate policies ‘destroyed’ US credibility on world stage – as it happened. Thursday, April 22, 2021. Kerry, the president’s special envoy for climate, also criticized Trump for pulling out of the Paris climate

Kerry, the president’s special envoy for climate, also criticized Trump for pulling out of the Paris climate agreement “without any facts, without any science, without any rationale that would be considered reasonable".

Climate change: Weakening in Gulf Stream points to dramatic tipping point
GoGreenNation. Climate change: Weakening in Gulf Stream points to dramatic tipping point. Wednesday, March 10, 2021. Climate change may not be as gradual as scientists previously assumed. In fact, recent evidence points to an environmental "tipping point

Climate change may not be as gradual as scientists previously assumed. In fact, recent evidence points to an environmental "tipping point" that could drastically change the climate and appearance of the continents.

Op-Ed: How to spot the difference between a real climate policy and greenwashing guff
GoGreenNation. Op-Ed: How to spot the difference between a real climate policy and greenwashing guff. Thursday, May 6, 2021. The impacts of the climate emergency are now so obvious, only the truly deluded still deny them. Instead, we are at the point

The impacts of the climate emergency are now so obvious, only the truly deluded still deny them. Instead, we are at the point where everyone agrees something must be done, but many are making only vague, distant promises of ineffective action. As a result, we are currently on track for a 0.5% cut in global emissions from 2010 levels by 2030, when a 45% drop is needed to avoid climate catastrophe.

‘Garbage’ models and black boxes? The science of climate disaster planning
GoGreenNation. ‘Garbage’ models and black boxes? The science of climate disaster planning. Tuesday, March 16, 2021. Curtis Ravenel, a member of the TCFD's secretariat, said if the climate analytics advisers are to keep the confidence of their clients

Curtis Ravenel, a member of the TCFD's secretariat, said if the climate analytics advisers are to keep the confidence of their clients, they're going to have to open their processes for review.

How Debt and Climate Change Pose ‘Systemic Risk’ to World Economy
GoGreenNation. How Debt and Climate Change Pose ‘Systemic Risk’ to World Economy. Wednesday, April 7, 2021. "With dozens of countries struggling to manage both staggering debt and mounting climate disasters, some financial leaders are calling for green

"With dozens of countries struggling to manage both staggering debt and mounting climate disasters, some financial leaders are calling for green debt relief."

I’m a climate scientist – here’s three key things I have learned over a year of COVID
GoGreenNation. I’m a climate scientist – here’s three key things I have learned over a year of COVID. Wednesday, March 10, 2021. There have been many monumental changes since then, but for those of us who work as climate scientists this period has also

There have been many monumental changes since then, but for those of us who work as climate scientists this period has also brought some entirely new and sometimes unexpected insights.

Amid Biden Climate Push, a Question Looms: Is America’s Word Good?
GoGreenNation. Amid Biden Climate Push, a Question Looms: Is America’s Word Good? Monday, April 19, 2021. “American climate pledges go beyond the word of Washington. Yes, Mr. Trump abandoned the Paris Agreement. But, he said, “our states and our cities

“American climate pledges go beyond the word of Washington. Yes, Mr. Trump abandoned the Paris Agreement. But, he said, “our states and our cities and our businesses and our workers stayed in.”

Biden’s Intelligence Director Vows to Put Climate at ‘Center’ of Foreign Policy
GoGreenNation. Biden’s Intelligence Director Vows to Put Climate at ‘Center’ of Foreign Policy. Thursday, April 22, 2021. “The countries that take decisive actions now” to tackle climate change, Mr. Biden said, “will be the ones that reap the clean energy

“The countries that take decisive actions now” to tackle climate change, Mr. Biden said, “will be the ones that reap the clean energy benefits of the boom that’s coming.”

Here’s what countries pledged on climate change at Biden’s global summit
GoGreenNation. Here’s what countries pledged on climate change at Biden’s global summit. Thursday, April 22, 2021. In a split from his past attitude toward climate change, Brazil President Jair Bolsonaro vowed to end illegal deforestation in the country

In a split from his past attitude toward climate change, Brazil President Jair Bolsonaro vowed to end illegal deforestation in the country by 2030 and achieve carbon neutrality by 2050.

Banks pledge to fight climate crisis – but their boards have deep links with fossil fuels
GoGreenNation. Banks pledge to fight climate crisis – but their boards have deep links with fossil fuels. Wednesday, April 7, 2021. "Analysis finds 77% of directors on boards of seven US banks have ties to ‘climate-conflicted’ groups, as banks continue to

"Analysis finds 77% of directors on boards of seven US banks have ties to ‘climate-conflicted’ groups, as banks continue to finance projects like the Line 3 oil pipeline"

Progressives draw red line on keeping climate provisions in infrastructure bill
GoGreenNation. Progressives draw red line on keeping climate provisions in infrastructure bill. Wednesday, June 9, 2021. Sen. Ed Markey (D-Mass.) was even blunter in a tweet: "No climate, no deal," he wrote. Read the full story here. recent ARTICLES. join

Sen. Ed Markey (D-Mass.) was even blunter in a tweet: "No climate, no deal," he wrote.

The Department of Defense is establishing a working group to focus on climate change
GoGreenNation. The Department of Defense is establishing a working group to focus on climate change. Wednesday, March 10, 2021. The move is one of several steps that the Biden administration has taken to push an agenda that looks to address the dangers

The move is one of several steps that the Biden administration has taken to push an agenda that looks to address the dangers posed by global climate change.

A Texas city had a bold new climate plan – until a gas company got involved
GoGreenNation. A Texas city had a bold new climate plan – until a gas company got involved. Wednesday, February 17, 2021. The fossil fuel industry is using the same playbook to fight city climate plans around the country. Read the full story here. recent

The fossil fuel industry is using the same playbook to fight city climate plans around the country

Biden's Jobs Plan Includes $10B For A Civilian Climate Corps. Is It Enough?
GoGreenNation. Biden's Jobs Plan Includes $10B For A Civilian Climate Corps. Is It Enough? Thursday, April 1, 2021. "The investment “will put a new, diverse generation of Americans to work conserving our public lands and waters, bolstering community

"The investment “will put a new, diverse generation of Americans to work conserving our public lands and waters, bolstering community resilience, and advancing environmental justice through a new Civilian Climate Corps, all while placing good-paying union jobs within reach for more Americans,” reads a lengthy fact sheet on the plan."

Biden’s Climate Chops Face A Big Test On Old-Growth Forests
GoGreenNation. Biden’s Climate Chops Face A Big Test On Old-Growth Forests. Wednesday, May 19, 2021. President Joe Biden and his team have said little, if anything, about old-growth forests — typically defined as those at least 150 years old and largely

President Joe Biden and his team have said little, if anything, about old-growth forests — typically defined as those at least 150 years old and largely undisturbed by human activity. These forests sequester massive amounts of carbon in trees and soil, and scientists say protecting the few that remain intact will prove key to meeting climate and biodiversity targets.

Rep. Jamaal Bowman Sees Climate As The Next Big Education Push After COVID-19 Reopenings
GoGreenNation. Rep. Jamaal Bowman Sees Climate As The Next Big Education Push After COVID-19 Reopenings. Saturday, March 13, 2021. To Rep. Jamaal Bowman (D-N.Y.), that spending looks more like triage than investment. On Saturday, the first-term

To Rep. Jamaal Bowman (D-N.Y.), that spending looks more like triage than investment. On Saturday, the first-term congressman is set to unveil a $1.16 trillion proposal to fund climate-friendly retrofits at every K-12 public school in the nation, hire and train more teachers, and beef up funding for low-income and disability-focused programs.

Every euro invested in nuclear power makes the climate crisis worse'
GoGreenNation. Every euro invested in nuclear power makes the climate crisis worse'. Thursday, March 11, 2021. As Japan marks the 10th anniversary of the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear disaster, the global conversation around the merits of using nuclear power

As Japan marks the 10th anniversary of the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear disaster, the global conversation around the merits of using nuclear power to tackle the climate crisis remains hot. Many environmentalists are opposed, pointing to the risk of nuclear meltdowns and the difficulty of properly disposing of nuclear waste.

The latest must-have among US billionaires? A plan to end the climate crisis
GoGreenNation. The latest must-have among US billionaires? A plan to end the climate crisis. Thursday, March 25, 2021. “There’s a natural tendency to find the single silver bullet to a problem, but with climate change it’s more like silver buckshot,” he

“There’s a natural tendency to find the single silver bullet to a problem, but with climate change it’s more like silver buckshot,” he said. “We need to deploy the heck out of renewables and electric cars and heat pumps and everything else today, like crazy. We don’t have time to only develop longer-term options.”

Google Earth's new Timelapse feature shows chilling effect of climate change
GoGreenNation. Google Earth's new Timelapse feature shows chilling effect of climate change. Thursday, April 15, 2021. Google's latest feature, Timelapse, is an eye opening, technical feat that provides visual evidence of how the Earth has changed due to

Google's latest feature, Timelapse, is an eye opening, technical feat that provides visual evidence of how the Earth has changed due to climate change and human behavior. The tool takes the platform's static imagery and turns it into a dynamic 4D experience, allowing users to click through timelapses that highlight melting ice caps, receding glaciers, massive urban growth and wildfires' impact on agriculture.

Miami’s chief heat officer calls for action on ‘silent killer’ in climate crisis
GoGreenNation. Miami’s chief heat officer calls for action on ‘silent killer’ in climate crisis. Thursday, May 27, 2021. Heat is the deadliest of all the maladies spurred by the climate crisis, with more than 700 people on average now dying each year from

Heat is the deadliest of all the maladies spurred by the climate crisis, with more than 700 people on average now dying each year from its effects, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. An independent study last year estimated this death toll is actually much higher, at about 5,600 fatalities a year.

A Dinner Party (2019)
A Dinner Party (2019). In the aftermath of climate catastrophe, a lonely former environmental activist invites three strange guests over for dinner. © 2021 cinema verde. PO Box 358711. Gainesville, FL 32635. tickets. submit your film. support. contact

In the aftermath of climate catastrophe, a lonely former environmental activist invites three strange guests over for dinner.

A 20-Foot Sea Wall? Miami Faces the Hard Choices of Climate Change.
GoGreenNation. A 20-Foot Sea Wall? Miami Faces the Hard Choices of Climate Change. Wednesday, June 2, 2021. "It is my sense that most Floridians would live with the risk of water to preserve their lifestyle,” said Cynthia Barnett, a Gainesville-based

“It is my sense that most Floridians would live with the risk of water to preserve their lifestyle,” said Cynthia Barnett, a Gainesville-based environmental journalist who has published books about rain and the fate of the oceans. “This idea of working with water rather than always fighting against it is really the lesson of Florida history. If Florida history has taught us one thing, it’s that hardscaping this water that defines us will bring hardships to future generations.”

From dust bowl to California drought: a climate scientist on the lessons we still haven’t learned
GoGreenNation. From dust bowl to California drought: a climate scientist on the lessons we still haven’t learned. Thursday, April 29, 2021. But we never had a rethink of our system of water rights, and how much of our limited water we should be spending

But we never had a rethink of our system of water rights, and how much of our limited water we should be spending on agriculture versus leaving in the natural ecosystem.

‘Reading the writing on the wall’: why Wall Street is acting on the climate crisis
GoGreenNation. ‘Reading the writing on the wall’: why Wall Street is acting on the climate crisis. Tuesday, March 16, 2021. A steadily growing trend in investment went fully mainstream in 2020 as a record number of corporations pledged to go “net zero

A steadily growing trend in investment went fully mainstream in 2020 as a record number of corporations pledged to go “net zero” and move to cancel out the carbon emissions they produce to halt a catastrophic rise in global temperatures.

Scientists Say Jet Fuel Made From Food Waste Could Slash Aviation’s Climate Impact
GoGreenNation. Scientists Say Jet Fuel Made From Food Waste Could Slash Aviation’s Climate Impact. Thursday, March 18, 2021. Researchers have worked out a way to transform food scraps, used cooking oil, animal manure and wastewater sludge into jet fuel

Researchers have worked out a way to transform food scraps, used cooking oil, animal manure and wastewater sludge into jet fuel with a carbon footprint 165% lower than standard jet fuel, according to a new study published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.

Hawaii: flooding forces evacuations as officials warn 'this is climate change'
GoGreenNation. Hawaii: flooding forces evacuations as officials warn 'this is climate change'. Thursday, March 11, 2021. Scientists say residents should expect to see more intense rainstorms more frequently as the planet warms. Read the full story here

Scientists say residents should expect to see more intense rainstorms more frequently as the planet warms

The Invisible Mammal - The Bat Rescuer
Pertinent issues: climate change, habitat destruction, what can humans must do to prevent extinction. © 2021 cinema verde. PO Box 358711. Gainesville, FL 32635. tickets. submit your film. support. contact

The Invisible Mammal (10 min) Animal Award Directed by Kristin Tieche. Bats are struggling to survive, specifically in North America, where white nose syndrome is causing a sharp decline of certain species. Pertinent issues: climate change, habitat destruction, what can humans must do to prevent extinction.

Biden’s plan would boost conservation of US lands, waters
increased access for outdoor recreation; and creation of a “civilian climate corps” to work on conservation and restoration projects nationwide. Read the full story here. recent ARTICLES. join us. to forge. a sustainable future. Our team is always growing

The report also suggests grants for Native American tribes to support tribal conservation priorities; expansion of fish and wildlife habitats and corridors; increased access for outdoor recreation; and creation of a “civilian climate corps” to work on conservation and restoration projects nationwide.

Life- Plastic Wrapped (2020)
pandemic. The poem, "I am a head in a plastic bag (for Sasha)" was written by collaborator Haley White in relation to my obsession with our plastic problem. Taking ownership of my own participation in our plastic world and climate catastrophe has allowed me to

Life: Plastic Wrapped was filmed and edited during 2020 Quarantine. Did you know plastics are making a HUGE comeback due to COVID-19? The increase of plastic production and waste has been directly affected by this global pandemic. The poem, "I am a head in a plastic bag (for Sasha)" was written by collaborator Haley White in relation to my obsession with our plastic problem. Taking ownership of my own participation in our plastic world and climate catastrophe has allowed me to contemplate these issues on a deeper level.

On Lake Baikal, Russia's hockey greats play "last game" for threatened environment
GoGreenNation. On Lake Baikal, Russia's hockey greats play "last game" for threatened environment. Tuesday, March 9, 2021. On Monday, Baikal hosted a hockey match, called the "Last Game" intended to bring awareness to climate change and also how to

On Monday, Baikal hosted a hockey match, called the "Last Game" intended to bring awareness to climate change and also how to safeguard the lake itself with its unique ecosystem.

Satellites show world’s glaciers melting faster than ever
GoGreenNation. Satellites show world’s glaciers melting faster than ever. Wednesday, April 28, 2021. Glaciers are melting faster, losing 31% more snow and ice per year than they did 15 years earlier. Scientists blame human-caused climate change. Read the

"Glaciers are melting faster, losing 31% more snow and ice per year than they did 15 years earlier. Scientists blame human-caused climate change. "

The dirty secret of so-called 'fossil-fuel free' buildings
GoGreenNation. The dirty secret of so-called 'fossil-fuel free' buildings. Saturday, April 3, 2021. “The climate emergency is not a game and we can’t just spin our way through it. We need to think about where our materials come from, how they’re made and

“The climate emergency is not a game and we can’t just spin our way through it. We need to think about where our materials come from, how they’re made and interrogate the whole supply chain – from construction to demolition and reuse.”

US urged to cut 50% of emissions by 2030 to spur other countries to action
GoGreenNation. US urged to cut 50% of emissions by 2030 to spur other countries to action. Tuesday, March 9, 2021. Biden administration is set to unveil a new greenhouse gas reduction target at a climate meeting on 22 April, Earth Day. Read the full story

Biden administration is set to unveil a new greenhouse gas reduction target at a climate meeting on 22 April, Earth Day

Voices of Transition
Voices of Transition. Voices of Transition An enthusiastic documentary on farmer- and community-led responses to food insecurity in a scenario of climate change, peak oil, and economic crisis. Concrete examples from Cuba, France, and the United Kingdom

Voices of Transition An enthusiastic documentary on farmer- and community-led responses to food insecurity in a scenario of climate change, peak oil, and economic crisis. Concrete examples from Cuba, France, and the United Kingdom tell of a future society where our monoculture deserts will be restored to living soil, where fields will be introduced into our cities, and where independence from oil will help us live a richer, more fulfilling life.

I Want To Breathe Sweet Air
I Want To Breathe Sweet Air. I Want to Breathe Sweet Air, a film poem in three parts with acclaimed writer Lucy English, is a stunning and terribly beautiful visual indictment of careless land development and the impact of climate change on the natural

I Want to Breathe Sweet Air, a film poem in three parts with acclaimed writer Lucy English, is a stunning and terribly beautiful visual indictment of careless land development and the impact of climate change on the natural environment, incorporating footage shot specifically for this project as well as footage from the vast library accumulated by Outlier Moving Pictures during six years of documenting environmental destruction.

The typhoon that hit my island didn’t make the news. This is what the climate crisis looks like
GoGreenNation. The typhoon that hit my island didn’t make the news. This is what the climate crisis looks like. Friday, April 23, 2021. The impact on Palau of Typhoon Surigae didn’t make headlines overseas and this might be the first you will have heard

The impact on Palau of Typhoon Surigae didn’t make headlines overseas and this might be the first you will have heard of it. Compared to other natural disasters and other cyclones or typhoons in the Pacific, it was a relatively “good” one. But it left me shaken, exhausted and our community rattled.

How an activist has used her ‘Garden of Happiness’ to fight the unequal US food system
not rows and rows of corn or soya. We’re also losing diversity of seeds and plants because of climate change. We need to go back to our indigenous roots where diversity of mother nature has always been critical. Read the full story here. recent ARTICLES

Biodiversity in the ecosystem is critical for the planet to survive. You want to see different plants and flowers in the fields, not rows and rows of corn or soya. We’re also losing diversity of seeds and plants because of climate change. We need to go back to our indigenous roots where diversity of mother nature has always been critical.

‘This is environmental racism’: activists call on Biden to stop new plastics plants in ‘Cancer Alley’
GoGreenNation. ‘This is environmental racism’: activists call on Biden to stop new plastics plants in ‘Cancer Alley’. Monday, May 17, 2021. The demonstration is part of a 400-mile march led by the youth climate group Sunrise Movement, which began last

The demonstration is part of a 400-mile march led by the youth climate group Sunrise Movement, which began last week and traces the path of environmental disasters in the Gulf coast from New Orleans to Houston. Roughly 20 participants are on the trek as part of the group’s “Generation on Fire” campaign.

Interior Department approves first large-scale offshore wind farm in U.S.
from Maine to North Carolina. The goal is part of the Biden administration’s effort to fight climate change by shifting away from fossil fuels. Read the full story here. recent ARTICLES. join us. to forge. a sustainable future. Our team is always growing

Vineyard Wind is the first of several massive offshore wind-farm proposals that could put more than 3,000 wind turbines in the Atlantic Ocean from Maine to North Carolina. The goal is part of the Biden administration’s effort to fight climate change by shifting away from fossil fuels.

AOC Sees 'Green New Deal' In Biden Plan, But 'Not Enough'
plan would spend $2 trillion over eight years, much of it on mitigating the climate crisis. It is the first of a two-part push on an expansive array of infrastructure initiatives, green energy projects, as well as social programs that the administration

"The New York Democratic representative spoke to NPR this week hours before final details on Biden's much-awaited infrastructure package were released. That plan would spend $2 trillion over eight years, much of it on mitigating the climate crisis. It is the first of a two-part push on an expansive array of infrastructure initiatives, green energy projects, as well as social programs that the administration refers to as "human infrastructure," that is estimated to be around $3 trillion to $4 trillion."

Making The Right Investment: How Digitization Makes Sustainability Pay Off
generations will judge our mindless littering of oceans, the extinction of species after species or our still widespread indifference toward climate change. As a consequence of these monumental challenges, priorities are finally shifting, and in recent years, the

Alas, time has shown that the resources on this planet are not infinite, and it does not take much creativity to see how future generations will judge our mindless littering of oceans, the extinction of species after species or our still widespread indifference toward climate change.

A Low Carbon Future for China’s Furnace Cities
solve the problem in some of the most extreme climate regions in China. The team discovers groundbreaking solutions using computational-fluid-dynamics simulations. © 2021 cinema verde. PO Box 358711. Gainesville, FL 32635. tickets. submit your film. support. contact

A Low Carbon Future for China's Furnace Cities (United Kingdom [UK], 10 min). Directed by Monika Koeck. China’s economic development and rapid urbanization has led to a dramatic rise in energy consumption due to excessive heating and air-conditioning causing carbon emissions of immense proportions. China’s government has set the ambitious target of reducing CO2 emissions by 40–45% by 2020 against the 2005 baseline. A UK/China-funded team working on how to solve the problem in some of the most extreme climate regions in China. The team discovers groundbreaking solutions using computational-fluid-dynamics simulations.

The ‘Army Of Environmental Super Voters’ Is Growing, And Marching On City Hall
GoGreenNation. The ‘Army Of Environmental Super Voters’ Is Growing, And Marching On City Hall. Thursday, March 18, 2021. “The climate movement’s problem is not a lack of solutions, it’s a lack of political power,” Stinnett told HuffPost this week. “We

“The climate movement’s problem is not a lack of solutions, it’s a lack of political power,” Stinnett told HuffPost this week. “We need to mobilize every day in every election in every state to amass so much political power that we’re impossible to ignore.”

The Protectors of the Wood (2020)
The Protectors of the Wood (2020). The Protectors of the Wood Adventure Series is an illustrated story of a group of teenagers who save the world from climate change. Phoebe comes home from college to discover shocking changes threatening Middletown, her

The Protectors of the Wood Adventure Series is an illustrated story of a group of teenagers who save the world from climate change. Phoebe comes home from college to discover shocking changes threatening Middletown, her familiar childhood home. A gigantic corporation already owns many local businesses, and is threatening to destroy the lands, legends, and heritage of her family and friends. Mysteries arise as Phoebe unravels the secrets in her small town and realizes that they are connected to a global conflict. Together, Phoebe and her group of friends risk their lives to save the beautiful world around them called home.

A third of all food in the U.S. gets wasted. Fixing that could help fight climate change.
GoGreenNation. A third of all food in the U.S. gets wasted. Fixing that could help fight climate change. Thursday, February 25, 2021. The carbon footprint of U.S. food waste is greater than that of the airline industry. Globally, wasted food accounts for

The carbon footprint of U.S. food waste is greater than that of the airline industry. Globally, wasted food accounts for about 8 percent of all greenhouse gas emissions. The environmental consequences of producing food that no one eats are massive.

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