There's a major crack in the logic of those who think coal will save the world.
Why should it matter to you if the distant Greenland ice sheet turns black from a mixture of soot and industrial waste from coal-fired power stations? How is this of the faintest importance to anyone...
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They apparently help break chemical bonds in polythene.
What's needed is local solutions for global benefits.
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These are heady days for the Indian education system, with new governmental and private investments pouring into building new institutions for education in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathema...
There's new data on Antarctica's melting glaciers, and for anyone worried about the effects of climate change, it's cold comfort indeed. A pair of studies by researchers at NASA and the University of...
Achieving the goal of the Paris Agreement will require a major shift away from the fossil fuel-based economies of today to a more sustainable and green economy. Such a transition, needless to say, will be enormously expensive. The main source of financing will be public funds, essentially raised through taxation by the government. It is here that an ongoing reform effort at the United Nations must be brought into the picture -- the campaign for an intergovernmental tax committee.