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Ocean Heat Waves Are Threatening Marine Life - The New York Times
When deadly heat waves hit on land, we hear about them. But the oceans can have heat waves, too. They are now happening far more frequently than they did last century and are harming marine life, according to a new study.
climate  change  environment 
5 minutes ago by jeffhammond
8 Things You Can Do to Care for the Planet - The New York Times
It’s simpler than you think. Welcome to the Smarter Living newsletter! Every Monday, we email readers with tips and advice for living a better, more fulfilling life. Sign up here to get it in your inbox.
climate  change  environment 
5 minutes ago by jeffhammond
Britain (Yes, Rainy Britain) Could Run Short of Water by 2050, Official Says - The New York Times
LONDON — To the casual observer, Britain — an island nation that’s no stranger to rain — could not get much wetter. But, as it turns out, that’s a fallacy.
climate  change  water 
5 minutes ago by jeffhammond
There’s a better way to help the climate than abstaining from beef
In contrast, incorporating cattle into a regenerative agriculture system could sequester enough carbon to turn agriculture into a carbon sink, while also eliminating much other environmental damage caused by industrial agriculture.
climate  beef  vegetarianism  agriculture 
1 hour ago by emkay
Bloomberg - Are you a robot?

Cutting carbon emissions will require far harder choices than most people realize, a senior executive at J.P. Morgan Asset Management wrote in a report to clients this week. Michael Cembalest, chairman of market investment and strategy, said in his annual energy outlook that the U.S. needs to reduce its use of carbon much faster than it's now doing.

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IFTTT  Feedly  Climate  Change 
17 hours ago by walt74
Analysis: UK’s CO2 emissions fell for record sixth consecutive year in 2018
Carbon Brief analysis shows the UK’s CO2 emissions fell for the sixth consecutive year in 2018, the longest series of continuous reductions on record.
Climate  Emissions 
20 hours ago by cc2050
RT : is now the top priority for the kinds of liberal Dems who vote in primaries & caucuses. If this is sustain…
Climate  from twitter
yesterday by rossgrady
Thinking about Climate on a Dark, Dismal Morning - Scientific American Blog Network
Hope, said Emily Dickinson, is the thing with feathers. I have never understood this poem. Hope does not keep me warm, nor is it always there. Hope is not comfortable. It demands things, drains you, makes you sad and anxious. Hope is the knowledge that we can prevent bad things, and the realization that we might choose not to.
climate  writing 
yesterday by rachwhatsit
RT : for those of you interested, Monday’s Conference livestream has now been spliced into the four m…
Auckland  Climate  from twitter
yesterday by stateless

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