More than 2,200 plants, wildlife are at risk of extinction in Canada, report suggests – National

The most recent case report wild animals Trans Canada paints a picture Nature is in crisisbiodiversity experts said Tuesday. It comes as Canada prepares to host a major biodiversity conference in Montreal with the aim of negotiating a global agreement to protect nature, similar to the way the Paris agreement aims to halt global warming. … Read more

The fire plan will cut down 2.4 million trees in New Jersey’s Pinelands

Bass River Township, NJ – As many as 2.4 million trees will be cut down as part of a project to prevent major wildfires in a federally protected New Jersey forest that has been declared a unique environmental treasure. New Jersey environmental officials say the plan to kill trees in a section of the Bass … Read more

Pacific islands are struggling to survive before rising sea levels engulf them

Although they contribute less than 0.03% of the world’s total carbon emissions, the Pacific Islands are on the front line of the climate crisis. Entire countries could go under water in the next two to three decades. How do these island nations fight for their survival? The country is more than its land. A country … Read more

Who will be held responsible for the loss of climate change and damage to the planet?

by DW Written by Louise Osborne Eric Ngojuna is angry. The 20-year-old environmental activist witnesses the devastating changes the planet is bringing in rising temperatures in Kenya. People are losing their livelihoods, homes and many, even their lives, to the worst drought the region has experienced in the past 40 years. “The influences make us … Read more

Former NBA Champion Changes ‘How He Builds the World’ to Fight Climate Crisis

London CNN Business – Three years ago, a hurricane Destroyed The Bahamas, claimed dozens of lives. Today, the country is building what it claims to be the first in the world carbon negative Residential community to reduce future potential climatic disasters To alleviate the housing shortage caused by the storm. Rick Fox, a former Los … Read more

Green fanatics threaten true conservation

Environmentalists increasingly find themselves at odds with environmentalists. Last week, the head of the National Grid said the planning process would need to change because Net Zero would require the construction of many new tower lines across the country. People in East Anglia object to 110 miles of towers ravaging rural landscapes and ancient woodlands … Read more

Climate stress negatively affects New England’s wildlife

New England has long been known for its distinctive four seasons, but with climate change taking hold of the region faster than other parts of the world, this seasonal picture is being reshaped, and a variety of wildlife species are suffering the consequences. “Climate is an essential feature of an ecosystem, and there are all … Read more

What are your internet habits doing to the planet?

What are your online habits doing on planet earth GT The Covid pandemic has forced more of us than ever to migrate our lives online in an effort to maintain some semblance of normalcy. A recent study from Macquarie University’s School of Social Sciences looks at how these digital habits are affecting the planet. “We … Read more

Global carbon dioxide emissions from fossil fuels will rise by less than 1% this year

CNN – Finally, some good news in the battle against greenhouse gases: Carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions from burning fossil fuels are on track to rise less than 1% this year. This is despite widespread fears of a rush to coal, oil and gas amid the global energy crisis and Russia’s war in Ukraine. We have … Read more

US senator says climate change exposes US unwillingness to defend Arctic Ocean interests

CNN – Climate change is opening up a new crossroads and a potential center of conflict: the Arctic. But one key lawmaker warned that the United States was lagging behind in securing the region, with other powers moving, adding that he believed the Arctic could soon be the scene of Vladimir Putin’s nuclear power show. … Read more