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Google said it will no longer display advertisements on YouTube videos and other content that promotes inaccurate claims about climate change. The decision by the company’s ads team means that it will no longer permit websites or YouTube creators to earn advertising money via Google for content that...
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EVRAZ Rocky Mountain Steel hopes to make world’s “greenest steel” By Judith Kohler The Denver Post A steel mill in Pueblo that has been powered by coal during most of its approximately 140year existence now will get most of its electricity from solar energy. EVRAZ Rocky Mountain Steel welcomed s...
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  By Nick Perry The Associated Press WELLINGTON, NEW ZEALAND » The pandemic has shown that humans are very good at responding to an immediate crisis, says New Zealand’s Climate Change Minister James Shaw. But when it comes to dealing with a slower-moving threat, such as climate change, he sa...
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  By Coral Davenport © The New York Times Co. WASHINGTON » The Biden administration on Wednesday announced a plan to develop larges cale wind farms along nearly the entire coastline of the United States, the first long-term strategy from the government to produce electricity from offshore tu...
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Posted by on in General Environment
October 14, 2021 Dirce Guerra Q&A with the experts Thanksgiving is a day about harmony and love surrounded by that those that we love. Many people will travel long distances to join family and friends for this joyous celebration. However, many tend to forget a valuable aspect of this day, and...
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“I love it … it’s in my DNA”     Vaughn, Markle study ice cores to learn from past, process present By Conrad Swanson The Denver Post Most people might think ahead to their lunch break, weekend or the end of the year. Bruce Vaughn and Bradley Markle think hundreds of thousands of yea...
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  By Emily Anthes © The New York Times Co. When Lizzie Rothwell, an architect in Philadelphia, sent her son to third grade this fall, she stocked his blue L.L. Bean backpack with pencils, wide-ruled paper — and a portable carbon dioxide monitor. The device gave her a quick way to assess how ...
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    By Don Thompson The Associated Press SACRAMENTO, CALIF. » Firefighters and numerous studies credit intensive forest thinning projects with helping save communities such as those recently threatened near Lake Tahoe in California and Nevada, but dissent from some environmen...
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Posted by on in Earth Violators
    By Ismail Turay Jr. © The New York Times Co. DAYTON, OHIO » The Federal Aviation Administration is urging the nation’s airports to use firefighting foam that contains socalled “forever chemicals” only during emergencies. The agency wants to cut back on the foam, which is used to f...
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  STOCKHOLM » Three scientists won the Nobel Prize in physics Tuesday for work that found order in seeming disorder, helping to explain and predict complex forces of nature, including expanding our understanding of climate change. Syukuro Manabe, originally from Japan, and Klaus Has...
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Letter to Editor, The Denver Post, What it is and why you should care Joan Bancroft, Arvada   As a pediatrician my work compels me to advocate for the health of our children. I have come to regard “home electrification” as a critical step to protect the health of children, families and...
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  By Philip Marcelo| and David Porter The Associated Press NEW YORK » When the remnants of Hurricane Ida dumped record breaking rain on the East Coast this month, staircases leading into New York City’s subway tunnels turned into waterfalls. In Philadelphia, a commuter line along ...
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Posted by on in Oil Spill
  By Stefanie Dazio, Matthew Brown and Brian Melley The Associated Press LONG BEACH, CALIF. » Evidence emerged Tuesday that a ship’s anchor snagged and dragged an underwater pipeline that ruptured and spilled tens of thousands of gallons of crude oil off Southern California, an accident the C...
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Posted by on in Wildlife Conservation
  An Illinois woman will spend four days in jail and will be barred for a year from Yellowstone National Park for not moving out of the way of a grizzly bear and three cubs while visiting the park in May. The woman, Samantha Dehring, 25, of Carol Stream, Ill., pleaded guilty to “willfully rem...
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    By Brad Plumer and Winston Choi-Schagrin © The New York Times Co. WASHINGTON » President Joe Biden has framed this moment as the country’s best chance to save the planet. “The nation and the world are in peril,” he said weeks ago in the New York City borough of Queens, where 11 pe...
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  WASHINGTON » Much of the world is unprepared for the floods, hurricanes and droughts expected to worsen with climate change and urgently needs better warning systems to avert water-related disasters, according to a report by the United Nations’ weather agency. Global water management is “fr...
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Posted by on in Fossil Fuels
By Liam Denning Bloomberg Opinion Charif Souki, who founded the biggest U.S. natural gas-export firm and now chairs another called Tellurian Inc., isn’t known for mincing words. And he didn’t disappoint when tackling the issue of methane emissions at a recent event hosted by the Center for Strateg...
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  By Asher Elbein © The New York Times Co. The southern cassowary is often called the world’s most dangerous bird. While shy and secretive in the forests of its native New Guinea and Northern Australia, it can be aggressive in captivity. In 2019, kicks from a captive cassowary mortally woun...
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Posted by on in Agriculture
By Liz Alderman © The New York Times Co. YVELINES, FRANCE » On a century- old farm that’s now a startup campus in this verdant region west of Paris, computer coders are learning to program cropharvesting robots. Young urbanites planning vineyards or farms that will be guided by big data are honing...
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Posted by on in Environmental Heroes
  By Lindsay Whitehurst and Matthew Daly The Associated Press WASHINGTON » President Joe Biden will restore two sprawling national monuments in Utah that have been at the center of a long-running public lands dispute, and a separate marine conservation area in New England that rece...
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