12 Top Ranked Earth Friendly Products - August 2017
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5 Reasons Why It Is Now Impossible To Ignore Global Warming
Climate change is a strangely divisive topic. While it is a scientific certainty, there are many who look for ways to avoid reality. While this might have been possible at one point, it's become far too late to ignore global warming.
The death of the internal combustion engine
“HUMAN inventiveness…has still not found a mechanical process to replace horses as the propulsion for vehicles,” lamented Le Petit Journal, a French newspaper, in December 1893. Its answer was to organise the Paris-Rouen race for horseless carriages, held the following July.
New measurements show widespread forest loss has reversed the role of tropics as a carbon sink
A new, cutting-edge approach to measuring changes in aboveground forest carbon density has helped scientists determine that widespread deforestation, degradation and disturbance has caused tropical forests to now emit more carbon than they capture, countering their role as a net carbon "sink."
Here are the U.S. cities least affected by climate change
A team takes a look at a city's policy and politics, community organization, and infrastructure to see if it can survive climate change.
The Peak Demand Branding - A Thank You...
The genius mind behind the branding of the Peak Demand community belongs to none other than Chris Corridore.
history of the entire world, i guess
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Mercedes-Benz joins electric racing series Formula E
Mercedes-Benz will compete in Formula E, the all-electric racing series, starting in 2019. The news was announced today after months of speculation over whether the German automaker would exercise...
How climate change will affect the quality of our water
Last year, slimy green and foul-smelling algae took over Florida’s beaches, releasing toxins that killed fish and shellfish and sickened people. The algal bloom prompted the Florida governor to d...
A Wine Drinker's Guide to Climate Change Winners and Losers
Climate change is a reality, but depending on where your winery is located that reality is either a huge problem for you or a very good thing.
U.K. Seeking to Fill Climate Leadership Void Left by Trump
Britain should seek to fill the leadership void created by Donald Trump’s decision to pull the U.S. out of the landmark Paris Agreement, Climate Change Minister Claire Perry said Monday.
Dissecting Trump: What America Loses by Becoming a Climate Loner
Welp, guys, we did it. Climate change denial has finally paid off for the country, and now nobody wants to work with us.
Hydro bills grew twice as quickly in Ontario versus rest of Canada, study shows
The price of electricity grew significantly faster in Ontario than everywhere else in Canada over the past decade, according to a study to be published Thursday.
Price shock: Fraser report shows Ontario hydro prices surging at twice national average
Ontario energy prices have skyrocketed significantly higher and faster than the rest of the country over the last nine years, with Torontonians paying twice the national average, according to a report from the right-leaning Fraser Institute.
Brazil planning to open up 860,000 acres of the Amazon to logging, mining and farming
The Brazilian environment ministry is proposing the release of 860,000 acres in the National Forest of Jamanxim for agricultural use, mining and logging. The government’s order was a compromise measure after protests from local residents and ecologists who claim that the bill could lead to further deforestation in the Pará area.
World's Largest Tuna Company Finally Commits to Sustainable Fishing and Worker Protection
Major victory took two years of relentless campaigning and pressure from hundreds of thousands of concerned consumers across the globe. It took two years of relentless campaigning and nearly 700,000 concerned people from around the world, but today we are sharing the good news that together we convinced the world’s largest tuna company to clean up its act.