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  • Startup sparks fury for shipping 100,000-year-old Arctic ice to chill cocktails in Dubai

    03/01/2024 2:51:18 PM PST · by billorites · 72 replies
    New York Post ^ | March 1, 2024 | Snejana Farberov
    Greenland start-up is being accused of doing titanic damage to the environment by shipping ice from glaciers over 100,000 years old to be used in cocktails served at high-priced bars in Dubai. Arctic Ice, which started this year, touts its product as the “oldest and purest” ice in the world as it is harvested from icebergs in Greenland — a distance of more than 4,730 miles from the Middle Eastern megalopolis. Though the makers say they hope to highlight global warming’s effects on ice sheets with the their business model — and even stop sea levels from rising — the...
  • NY attorney general sues world's largest beef producer over methane emissions, climate commitments

    03/01/2024 1:02:53 AM PST · by Libloather · 87 replies
    Fox News via MSN ^ | 2/29/24 | Thomas Catenacci
    New York Attorney General Letitia James is suing JBS USA, the world's largest producer of beef, over the company's emissions and for "greenwashing" by allegedly misleading the public about its environmental impact. In an announcement, James noted that beef production has the largest greenhouse gas footprint of any major food commodity and that animal agriculture accounts for 14.5% of global greenhouse gas emissions. According to James, JBS USA's various net-zero pledges for 2030 and 2040 are therefore misleading and "not feasible" given the scope of its worldwide beef production operations. "As families continue to face the daily impacts of the...
  • Top Climate Scientist: 'Global Warming Emergency' is a Lie

    02/28/2024 5:59:55 PM PST · by SaxxonWoods · 22 replies
    Slay News ^ | 2/28/20024 | Frank Bergman
    Declaring a climate emergency has a chilling effect on politics,” he tells Public. “It suggests there isn’t time for normal, necessary democratic process.” Climate activists may dismiss Hulme as a “climate denier,” but he agrees the planet is warming due to human activities and specifically says we should prepare for more heat waves. Moreover, Hulme’s credentials are undeniably impressive. He is a Professor at the University of Cambridge and founding Director of the Tyndall Centre for Climate Change Research.
  • Less support for climate actions that affect spending choices - EPA survey [Ireland]

    02/28/2024 12:25:38 AM PST · by Olog-hai · 4 replies
    RTÉ News ^ | Wednesday, 28 Feb 2024 07:51 | George Lee, Environment Correspondent
    Although Irish people have become increasingly worried about severe storms and extreme heat, they have become less supportive of climate actions that affect their spending choices, a new survey has found. According to a national survey by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), these choices include higher taxes on motor fuels (petrol) and the banning of fossil fuels for home heating. The survey also found that only 5% of people could distinguish the greenhouse gas effect from other environmental topics such as acid rain or the ozone layer. This is the second time the EPA has published such a detailed survey...
  • Hundreds of Angry Farmers Rise Up Against EU Globalists in Brussels – VIDEO

    02/27/2024 4:26:47 AM PST · by Sam77 · 6 replies
    Disswire.com ^ | 26 February 2024 | Bradley Greer
    Convoys of enraged farmers descended in massive numbers on the main European Union offices in Brussels this week as they encircled police to the backdrop of teargas and the stench of burning rubber, sending a brutal message to the WEF-controlled bloc they are not backing down. To blaring sounds of tractors’ horns, farmers attempted to break police barriers in fierce defiance of their globalist overlords. The 900 tractors joined the demonstrations coincided with a meeting of EU agriculture ministers.
  • The ‘Doomsday Glacier’ is rapidly melting. Scientists now have evidence for when it started and why

    02/27/2024 9:21:39 AM PST · by Diana in Wisconsin · 52 replies
    Channel 3000 News/CNN ^ | February 27, 2024 | CNN Staff
    Scientists have looked back in time to reconstruct the past life of Antarctica’s “Doomsday Glacier” — nicknamed because its collapse could cause catastrophic sea level rise. They have discovered it started retreating rapidly in the 1940s, according to a new study that provides an alarming insight into future melting. The Thwaites Glacier in West Antarctica is the world’s widest and roughly the size of Florida. Scientists knew it had been losing ice at an accelerating rate since the 1970s, but because satellite data only goes back a few decades, they didn’t know exactly when significant melting began. Now there is...
  • Euroviews. A Trump win would see Africa (and the world) spiral into climate hell

    02/27/2024 6:53:15 AM PST · by Oldeconomybuyer · 27 replies
    Euro News ^ | February 27, 2024 | By Nathaniel Mong’are
    African policymakers are bracing themselves for the return of Donald Trump. Having swept the Republican primaries, polls consistently put the former US leader neck-and-neck with incumbent Joe Biden in a presidential rematch. Yet, a Trump victory could end up guaranteeing climate disaster for Africa and the world, and Europe must take note. Of course, at the forefront of most African leaders’ minds is Trump’s undisguised racism, embodied in his expletive-filled rant denigrating African nations back in 2018. He had also gutted practically all climate funding for dedicated USAID programmes in Africa — programmes initiated under Barack Obama that were crucial...
  • One Biden manufacturing regulation could wipe out up to 1 million jobs, business leader says

    02/25/2024 10:17:40 PM PST · by Libloather · 25 replies
    Fox Business ^ | 2/22/24 | Eric Revell
    resident Biden's Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) recently finalized an air quality rule that the manufacturing industry is warning could wipe out one million jobs and undermine efforts to build new manufacturing facilities in America. Jay Timmons, president and CEO of the National Association of Manufacturers (NAM), is set to sound the alarm about the regulation in his annual state of manufacturing address on Thursday in Roseville, Michigan, according to an advance copy of his remarks provided to FOX Business. "In his State of the Union Address next month, President Biden will probably take credit for what manufacturers have achieved. That's...
  • Lake forming in Death Valley

    02/25/2024 6:07:03 AM PST · by Eleutheria5 · 71 replies
    ABC News ^ | 24/2/24 | Faith Abubah
    There's a lake at the base of Death Valley.
  • Pope Francis Blames Mongolian Cold Spell on Global Warming

    02/25/2024 7:11:05 AM PST · by ChicagoConservative27 · 44 replies
    Breitbart ^ | 02/25/2024 | Thomas D Williams PHD
    ROME — Pope Francis has blamed Mongolia’s current cold spell on global warming, insisting the overheating environment is a “global social problem.” Following his weekly Angelus address Sunday, the pontiff said he is close to the population of Mongolia, “affected by a wave of intense cold, which is causing serious humanitarian consequences.” This extreme phenomenon, which has occasioned the death of over 600,000 livestock, is “a sign of climate change and its effects,” the pope told the estimated 20,000 gathered in Saint Peter’s Square.
  • The Environmental Costs of Cotton

    02/23/2024 11:04:47 AM PST · by DallasBiff · 45 replies
    Tree Hugger ^ | 3/28/21 | Fredric Beaudray
    Cotton is a fiber grown on a plant of the Gossypium genus, which, once harvested, can be cleaned and spun into the fabric we know and love. Needing sunshine, abundant water, and relatively frost-free winters, cotton is grown in a surprising variety of locations with diverse climates, including Australia, Argentina, West Africa, and Uzbekistan. However, the largest producers of cotton are China, India, and the United States. Both Asian countries produce the highest quantities, mostly for their domestic markets, and the U.S. is the largest exporter of cotton with about 15 million bales each year.1 "Cotton: World Markets and Trade."...
  • Source of Snowball Earth solved [Take a guess]

    02/21/2024 8:53:36 PM PST · by Red Badger · 21 replies
    Heritage Daily ^ | February 11, 2024 | Mark Milligan
    Image Credit : Oleg Kuznetsov - CC BY-SA 4.0 Geologists have solved the source of Snowball Earth, a period when the planet’s environment was an extreme “icehouse”. A new study by the University of Sydney has applied plate tectonic modelling to understand the cause of the ice-age climate. According to the geologists, the event was the result of low volcanic emissions that occurred more than 700 mya, providing new insights into how sensitive global climate is to atmospheric carbon concentration. “Imagine the Earth almost completely frozen over,” said the study’s lead author, ARC Future Fellow Dr Adriana Dutkiewicz. “That’s just...
  • As climate ‘science’ collapses, the Biden administration doubles down on it for racial purposes

    02/21/2024 2:29:00 PM PST · by MtnClimber · 25 replies
    American Thinker ^ | 21 Feb, 2024 | Andrea Widburg
    The “climate change” panic is predicated on computer models, which are useful for finite projects, such as calculating metal stress, designing a chair, or building dental prosthetics. However, for something as complex as the Earth’s climate, with its infinite variables, the only constant for computer models is GIGO (“garbage in, garbage out”). A new report about a major failure in these models—misunderstanding water vapor input—proves this point. The report was published just as Richard Levine, the sexual fetishist at HHS, put out a video using “climate change” to stir up racial division, thereby highlighting what “climate change” is really about:...
  • Energy use must be cut by 12% by 2030 under EU directive [Ireland]

    02/20/2024 7:06:59 PM PST · by Olog-hai · 32 replies
    RTÉ News ^ | Tuesday, 20 Feb 2024 21:20 | Micheál Lehane, Political Correspondent
    A reduction of more than 12% in energy consumption in Ireland must be achieved by 2030 under a new EU directive. Minister for Environment Eamon Ryan brought details of the Energy Efficiency Directive to the Government today. The target is being decried as very challenging and it will require Ireland to consume 12.6% less energy by 2030 when compared to 2022 figures. …
  • January Was World's Warmest on Record, EU Scientists Say

    02/20/2024 4:06:09 PM PST · by nickcarraway · 62 replies
    AsiaOne ^ | FEBRUARY 07, 2024
    The world just experienced its hottest January on record, continuing a run of exceptional heat fuelled by climate change, the European Union's Copernicus Climate Change Service (C3S) said on Thursday (Feb 8). Last month surpassed the previous warmest January, which occurred in 2020, in C3S's records going back to 1950. The exceptional month came after 2023 ranked as the planet's hottest year in global records going back to 1850, as human-caused climate change and the El Nino weather phenomenon, which warms the surface waters in the eastern Pacific Ocean, pushed temperatures higher.
  • 62% of motorists say fuel costs cut down their driving - Research [Ireland]

    02/18/2024 10:00:47 PM PST · by Olog-hai · 3 replies
    RTÉ News ^ | Monday, 19 Feb 2024 05:00 | Joe Mag Raollaigh, Agriculture and Consumer Affairs Correspondent
    62% of motorists have cut back on driving due to the cost of fuel, and motorists spend an average of €220 per month on vehicle running costs, according to a new report by Carzone, the online car marketplace. In its 2024 motoring report, which is based on a survey of 1000 motorists and activity on the website, it finds 38% of motorists have or plan to reduce the number of cars in their households to cut back on costs. 47% of respondents said their car insurance premiums rose in the last 12 months, which is up 11% on the previous...
  • Why Climate Protesters Should Keep Targeting Museums

    02/16/2024 3:22:02 PM PST · by nickcarraway · 31 replies
    ARTnews ^ | Michael Wang
    ON FEBRUARY 28, 1974, Tony Shafrazi walked into the Museum of Modern Art in New York and spray-painted kill lies all in red across the achromatic surface of Picasso’s Guernica (1937), in protest of United States atrocities in Vietnam. The next day, his action appeared on the front page of the New York Times, as he had intended: Shafrazi had notified news agencies in advance. On October 14, 2022, nearly 50 years later, Phoebe Plummer and Anna Holland walked into the National Gallery in London, opened a can of tomato soup, and splattered it across glass protecting Van Gogh’s Sunflowers...
  • JPMorgan Chase, BlackRock, State Street drop out of massive UN climate alliance in stunning move

    02/15/2024 10:42:54 AM PST · by SeekAndFind · 35 replies
    Fox Business via MSN ^ | 02/15/2024 | Thomas Catenacci
    JPMorgan Chase and institutional investors BlackRock and State Street Global Advisors announced Thursday that they are quitting or, in the case of BlackRock, substantially scaling back involvement in a massive United Nations climate alliance formed to combat global warming through corporate sustainability agreements. In a statement, the New York-based JPMorgan Chase explained that it would exit the so-called Climate Action 100+ investor group because of the expansion of its in-house sustainability team and the establishment of its climate risk framework in recent years. BlackRock and State Street, which both manage trillions of dollars in assets, said the alliance's climate initiatives...
  • US Constitution encasement vandalized with red powder at National Archives

    02/15/2024 11:13:54 AM PST · by DallasBiff · 55 replies
    CNN ^ | 2/14/24 | Angela Fritz
    CNN — The National Archives in Washington, DC, closed early on Wednesday after two people dumped red powder on the display that protects the US Constitution, Archives officials said in a news release. “The Constitution was unaffected in its encasement. No damage was done to the document itself,” the Archives said in a statement. The individuals were immediately detained by security at the time of the incident, around 2:30 p.m., and officials are investigating, the Archives said
  • Climate Protesters Arrested after Throwing Pink Powder on U.S. Constitution in Museum

    02/15/2024 8:49:14 AM PST · by Red Badger · 38 replies
    Daily Fetched ^ | February 15, 2024 | Jason Walsh
    Climate Protesters Arrested after Throwing Pink Powder on U.S. Constitution in Museum Two climate activists were arrested on Wednesday after they poured a pink powder on a case holding the U.S. Constitution. The two protesters were caught on camera in the Rotunda for the Charters of Freedom, claiming their act was to raise awareness for climate change. In a video posted on X, one of the activists can be heard saying: “This country is founded on the conditions that all men are created equally.” “We are calling for all people to have all these rights, not just wealthy white men.”...