This post excerpts energy and climate material from the Media Balance Newsletter, a free fortnighly published by physicist John Droz Jr., founder of the Alliance for Wise Energy Decisions. The complete Newsletter for this...
“The upcoming Atlantic hurricane season is expected to be less active than recent years, due to competing factors — some that suppress storm development and some that fuel it — driving this year's overall forecast for...
How’s that plastic cutlery ban working out for you? What does the curry-take-out? What’s your opinion about this?
New year, new laws. Since California is often on the cutting edge, let’s take a look at some of the state’s new laws that are going into effect in 2023. This is just a sample, not the whole list.[...]
Deanna “Violet” Coco is paying dearly for blocking a lane of rush hour traffic on the Sydney Harbour Bridge in April for 28 minutes. This month the Australian climate activist was sentenced to 15 months in prison.[...]
We already knew it was a supervolcano. But now Yellowstone National Park’s volcano is wowing scientists by containing way more magma than previously thought.[...]
For the first time, the U.S. government has auctioned Pacific coast offshore wind power sites. Soon, 1.5 million California homes could be powered by offshore wind.[...]
This week, Hawaii has witnessed a rare sight of a simultaneous double volcanic eruption. On Tuesday, the world's largest active volcano Mauna Loa erupted. This is the first time the volcano has erupted in over 38 years. [...]
Native American tribes, environmentalists and salmon earned a big win this week when U.S. regulators approved plans for the world’s largest dam removal and river restoration project to date.[...]
Norwegian police reported two climate activists tried to glue themselves to Edvard Munch’s 1893 "The Scream" at a museum in Norway. However, the piece was not harmed as the police had been alerted by the National Museum...
If you think gardening is a boring hobby, you’re growing the wrong plants. You could emulate Daniel Emlyn-Jones, 49, a British gardener who is raising one of the world’s most venomous plants in his Oxford home.[...]
As water tensions heighten, Arizona and California are fighting over the Colorado River. And people who live around Southern California’s Salton Sea may bear some of the repercussions.[...]
The first and only cobalt mine in the U.S. for decades has been opened in Idaho. Its reopening comes while the world is in transition to green energy, sparking demand for the unique metal. Cobalt is used in the manufacture...
What sounds scarier, a swarm of earthquakes or a supervolcano? Yellowstone National Park, one of the most seismically active places in the U.S., has both. And in September, the park experienced 510 little quakes in the Grizzly...
Hurricane Ian is projected to run right up the channel leading into Florida’s Tampa Bay, making landfall as a Major Hurricane.
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