The natural world in motion: Wildlife documentaries are local to our radar

The global climate has been in decline for decades now. The increase in the number and frequency of natural disasters is glaring evidence of that. Countries around the world are facing the real threats of climate change. Take Pakistan, for example. Since June this year, it has been inundated with rainfall and by August more … Read more

UN’s Guterres says ‘polluters must pay’, calls for taxes on fossil fuels

Antonio Guterres was photographed in New York last September. On Tuesday, he said fossil fuel companies and their “enablers” must be held accountable. John Minchillo | pool | Getty Images News | Getty Images The United Nations Secretary-General said on Tuesday that advanced economies should levy an additional tax on the profits of fossil fuel … Read more

China lost the Yangtze River dolphin. Climate change is coming for other species then

CNN – They called it the “Goddess of the Yangtze River” – a creature so rare that it is believed that it brings wealth and protection to local fishermen and all those lucky enough to discover it. But poaching and human activity It led him to the brink of extinction he hadn’t seen in decades. … Read more

Sea-level rise in La Niña complicates Western Australian beach movement

Oceanographers say growth and erosion in Australia’s west coast is intensifying in La Niña conditions, due to the stronger Lewin Current and rising sea levels. Australia has experienced La Niña weather conditions for the past two years, and the Bureau of Meteorology announced this week that it will form again this summer. Space for play … Read more

Balance / Sustainability – Margaret Atwood: The planet is not doomed

Margaret Atwood may be known for her miserable dive into environmental and political disaster, but the writer stresses that the world is not doomed. The prolific writer touches on the topic of climate change in her 1985 book “The Handmaid’s Tale,” the inspiration for the Hulu series of the same name that premiered its fifth … Read more

A just and inclusive Europe – POLITICO

Alpha Finn is the general secretary of the social platform. This summer was supposed to be our first regular season since 2019. But for many, due to the rising cost of living, getting back to normal has become a distant dream. As the largest leading organization fighting for social justice, members of civil society in … Read more

Disputants must form their own view of risk: Own

As we move into a tougher renovation market, it’s imperative that competitors develop their own view of risk, according to Dan Dick, global head of property analytics at Aon Reinsurance Solutions. Dick said, speaking to smart insurance company. He added, “The important thing now is for companies and contractors to realize how the models are … Read more

California’s electricity problems offer insight into a green energy nightmare

“Well, they’re out there having fun / In the warm California sun” (song by The Rivieras, 1964). California has become an example of what a state looks like when it’s controlled by one party—in this case, the Democrats, who are trying to impose Green energy is a secular religion on their people. State officials have … Read more

As the planet warms, Canada faces an influx of climate refugees

This story is original featured on The National Observer of Canada which is part of Climate office cooperation. As droughts, degraded farmland and rising sea levels push people around the world from their homes, advocates in Canada are calling on the federal government to support those who are – and will be – displaced by … Read more

There is a lot of good news about the environment

It’s easy to believe that life on Earth is getting worse. The media Highlight one disaster after another He made terrifying predictions. With a torrent of doom and gloom about climate change and the environment, it’s understandable why so many people – especially young people – truly believe the world is about to end. The … Read more