Swiss Researchers Use Brain Electrodes to Stimulate Climate Concern

Researchers at University of Bern have reported promising results after attaching electrodes to the scalps of test humans to stimulate climate concern.

Unexpected hope for millions as bleached coral reefs continue to supply nutritious seafood

Researchers studying coral reefs damaged by rising sea temperatures have discovered an unexpected ‘bright spot’ of hope for communities who depend upon them for food security.

NY Times Claims Skiing Is Endangered – As Snow Trends Grow and New Records Set

Sorry, New York Times, skiing is not endangered and objective scientific data show powdered ski slopes are increasingly easy to reach.

Cities boosted rain, sent storms to the suburbs during Europe’s deadly summer floods

“At more local scales, there are immediate ways to develop climate resiliency where you don’t have to wait for 100-plus nations signing on to declarations,” Niyogi said. “It’s something you…

Texas: Wind Fails, Media Blames Natural Gas… Again

Guest “Just a bit outside!” by David Middleton Plunging Natural Gas Supply Shows Texas Still Not Ready for ColdBy Gerson Freitas Jr, Francesca Maglione, and Sergio ChapaJanuary 3, 2022, 12:06…

The Economist: EU Should Embrace Tougher Carbon Pricing

The Economist has slammed the European Union for not going far enough with its green initiatives.

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