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It's taken only 70 years for humans to drastically change the planet

With 7 billion of us on the planet, it’s a great time to be alive for a human. But not the rest of the ecosystems in the world. 297 more words

Our Common Home: How Pope Francis Is Making Climate Change Everybody's Business by August Franzen

It takes quite a lot to brand someone “the most dangerous man on the planet.” But on June 17th, a news pundit called Pope Francis exactly that. 671 more words


Still green with envy

Natalie ‘I don’t drive a car because I am better than you’ Bennett has been on Sky News today, bypassing the debate over the Heathrow expansion talking about how, instead of building the holy third runway, … 688 more words

British Politics

Climate: Widespread heatwaves setting all-time temperature records across the northern hemisphere

Global warming is here …

Staff Report

FRISCO — With El Niño still strengthening in the Pacific Ocean, many parts of the northern hemisphere are breaking all-time heat record this week, including England, where tennis players in the early Wimbledon rounds have to contend with the hottest temperatures ever recorded in the UK. 293 more words

Climate And Weather

No more room

Those who own fossil fuel resources (e.g., Exxon, Shell) wish to extract what’s in the ground (oil, coal, natural gas). They know that there is a market for their assets, perhaps an insatiable one. 64 more words

Global Warming

Carlo Petrini Writes Reading Guide to Pope ’s Warning on Climate Change (PR)

Photo courtesy of Slow Food International

Carlo Petrini Writes Reading Guide to Pope’s Warning on Climate Change

Slow Food President concurs with papal encyclical calls for a change in life, production and consumption styles. 674 more words

G7 leaders fiddle while Earth burns

The G7 governments saying they will phase out fossil fuels by 2100 isn’t closing the barn door after the horse has left. It is declaring an intention to consider closing the barn door after waiting for the horse to disappear over the horizon. 1,772 more words