09 December 2018
Climate change is crowding out concern for, and resources from, all sorts of other problems that have far more immediate effects.
After Hurricane Ian barreled into southwest Florida with a biblical surge of ocean surf,57-year-old Ignacio Soto was confronting the downside of living just 7 feet above sea level.
With the Colorado River in crisis and reservoir levels continuing to decline, California water agencies that depend on the river are planning to significantly reduce their use of water from the river starting next year.
Researchers visited fourteen villages in four of the proposed oil blocks, finding that most residents didn’t know about the government’s plans.
The Indonesian fisheries ministry has launched a four-week program to pay fishers to collect plastic trash from the sea.
Around 100 local residents came to a public forum in Washington County on two state-funded studies into fracking’s impact on public health Wednesday night. The forum was held despite the fact that none of the researchers working on the studies were present.
Climate Solutions’ deliberative forum revealed some key insights that can inform policymakers, people in positions of influence and other central Pennsylvanians as they work to solve problems related to climate change.
"Cure never happens, prevention never happens in a community where people are sacrificed for others’ gain."
Industry says chemical recycling could solve the plastic waste crisis, but environmental advocates and some lawmakers are skeptical.
Developing countries that increase their fossil fuel production are at a crossroads: securing their own long-term well-being or earning revenue to finance programs to support immediate economic growth.
Curbing pollution for families in Chicago calms the climatic conditions that drive fish away from puffins half a continent away.