The COVID-19 crisis has CO2 emissions down; bad news for carbon carpetbaggers hoping to make a mint off carbon "credits."
Humpback whales are making a comeback south of the equator.
On February 29, the CDC and FDA lifted the ban on private labs and companies from creating coronavirus test kits. In early March, independent labs began to develop kits and test individuals.
Today, conservationists are making some headway – but their efforts are being stymied by a cute and cuddly menace: namely, cats.
Count on at least two results from the outlawing of plastic grocery bags: increased energy use and environmental cost to produce more paper grocery bags; and increased spreading of germs from reusable tote bags at grocery stores, which is especially worrisome with coronavirus spreading.
Wildlife officials are cracking down on illegal poaching and a number of residents are voluntarily turning from ranching to farming in order to help the cat paw its way back to healthy numbers. Their efforts appear to be working.
To burn, or not to burn. That is the question.
While Bezos likely views this as a business decision to preempt climate alarmists from attacking Amazon, imagine how much positive impact that money could have if directed to other causes.
A British court sided with environmental activists to block construction of a runway at London’s Heathrow Airport, arguing that the runway is not consistent with the Paris Agreement.
How to contend with increasing crop yields, especially in the developing world, in less than desirable soil? Biotechnology may provide an answer.
Polar bears are thriving, but facts don't matter to team climate.
Will deserts bloom as never before?
Michael Bloomberg is not just spending unprecedented sums of money to buy the presidency of the United States for himself. He’s been buying state attorneys general to advance his radical climate agenda.
A biotech company called Inovio Pharmaceuticals has developed a vaccine for the deadly coronavirus just three hours after gaining access to the genetic sequence.
According to the press release, “This research suggests that not only will wind farms require more land to hit the proposed renewable energy targets but also, at such a large scale, would become an active player in the climate system.”