With the rise of electric vehicles, we still have a somewhat obscure dilemma. With the passing of the decades, humans must consider ourselves, in fact that is already under debate, to be more green, sustainable, etc … The important thing is that we have several alternatives, now, the important thing is to Continúa leyendo
Coronavirus lockdowns have sent pollution plummeting. Environmentalists worry about what comes next.
The decline in carbon emissions that has resulted from coronavirus lockdowns could easily be reversed by efforts to quickly ramp up economies. The skies above Los Angeles are cleaner and clearer because of lower automobile use and less local manufacturing. Traffic-free roads, plane-free skies and widespread brick-and-mortar closings have made the planet a Continúa leyendo
Squirting dye into the mini Mississippi shows how the water flows around a proposed diversion. HOLDEN, Mass. — We were standing on the levee of the Mississippi River, about an hour west of Boston. Of course, the actual Mississippi River is a half-continent away. We were in fact in a vast, warehouse-size laboratory above Continúa leyendo
I spent five days last year fighting the California wildfires in Malibu. It felt like the combat patrols I had been on as a Marine in Afghanistan. From Left: Layne Stratton, Jack Platner, Beau Biglow, Leo Harrington, Sam McGee, Alec Houge, Riley Smoller, Andrew Jacobson, Nick Nushawg, Jake Kelley, Keegan Gibbs, Ryland Lancaster and Robert Continúa leyendo
Here’s Justin Trudeau just the other week announcing something nice for the environment. Image via The Canadian Press Only one day after declaring a climate emergency, Canada has approved the expansion of a massive pipeline that will increase oil production in Alberta and release more greenhouse gases into the atmosphere. On Monday night, Continúa leyendo