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"We're going to root out forced labor...and we'll look for alternative products to achieve the environmental impacts," says Alejandro Mayorkas.
"[T]o raise awareness, provide information, and also foster a nuanced debate on the livestock center, the @boell_stiftung and @foeeurope have compiled facts and figures on meat." Yesterday for @EcoWatch I wrote about the launch of the Meat Atlas 2021:…
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"I have no doubt that this review will reaffirm what we already know: Bristol Bay is no place for an open-pit mine," says Rep. Peter DeFazio.
Drought currently covers 94% of the West, according to the Federal Drought Monitor.
The most comprehensive survey ever undertaken of sharks and rays found that 37% of 1,200 species evaluated now fall into one of three categories: "vulnerable," "endangered," or "critically endangered." Via @EcoWatch…
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Very good climate comms from @EcoWatch Infographics make an impact 👍…k
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The source of a mysterious oil spill that appeared in the Gulf of Mexico following Hurricane #Ida has likely been discovered.
"People need a sort of field guide to these arguments so they’re not just duped," said J Timmons Roberts. #coveringclimatenow @CoveringClimate
The world's five biggest meat and dairy companies emit the same volume of greenhouse gases as fossil fuel giant @exxonmobil.
Sweater weather is approaching - and so are beautiful autumn leaves. 🍂
"The idea that these #prehistoric animals have moved one step closer to extinction due in part to #climate change is terrifying," said Andrew Terry.
Welcome to @babcockranchfl, the world’s first #solar-powered city. ☀️
Next year, we are being promised the world's first carbon-neutral FIFA World Cup.
"I hope it helps with identifying not just the most vulnerable wetlands today but the most vulnerable wetlands tomorrow." Today for @EcoWatch, I wrote about a study showing which U.S. coastal wetlands are vulnerable to sea level rise:…
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The United States would need to quadruple its annual solar capacity — and continue to increase it year by year to address the existential threat posed by climate change.
"The wetlands are also our first line of defense when it comes to climate change," says a Ph.D. in climate science Arsum Pathak.
"Even in the face of death, we must meet. The alternative is the death of the planet," says CVF Ambassador Mohamed Nasheed.
In an effort to aid North American bumblebee conservation, a group of California researchers has identified which flowers certain bee species prefer.
Wild relatives of some of the world's most important crops are at risk of extinction.
I was interviewed by @EcoWatch on my recent paper in @EarthsFutureEiC. Have a read. It's a short accessible article with a lot of context for what I do and why.…
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Here are a few ways to deter and eliminate pests in your home without reaching for chemicals.
"Glasgow must deliver – it may be the last chance for humanity to avert climate catastrophe." Today for @EcoWatch, I wrote about some of the most climate vulnerable nations' demands for #COP26:…
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"Tomorrow could be worse... Our children's future and the future of our common home depend on it," the statement read.
"The Covid-19 pandemic will end, but there is no vaccine for the climate crisis," Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus adds.
#ClimateChange is driving #tuna into the high seas. This will cripple small island developing states that rely on fishing access fees and create a #climatejustice crisis A piece 4 @EcoWatch on @ConservationOrg #fisheries #oceans
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Climate change will present a barrage of challenges — including droughts, floods and #hurricanes — no matter where you live, The Revelator reports.
The source of a mysterious oil spill that appeared in the Gulf of Mexico following Hurricane #Ida has likely been discovered.
Did you know? Americans alone consume 400 million cups of coffee per day. ☕
Cell-cultured #seafood could be the food of the future -- feeding millions without jeopardizing the #oceans. Exciting tech and food #solutions from @BlueNaluInc @LouCoop18 @GregMurphy_SD. For @EcoWatch #sustainable #SustainableSeafood #FoodSecurity
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"We lay the fleece over the glacier like a natural protective shield." Today for @EcoWatch, I wrote about how Switzerland's ski resorts are protecting their glaciers from climate change:…
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"It sounds like a lot of money... but it is what we spend in five years fighting forest fires," says Sen. Michael Bennet.
Some of the flowers already growing in your backyard might have surprising – and tasteful! – culinary uses. 🌼
"The idea that the prehistoric animals have moved one step closer to extinction due in part to climate change is terrifying," says Andrew Terry.
Even a small increase in air #pollutants leads to a significant increase in depression and anxiety, The Guardian reported.
"A varied garden can make it harder for monarchs to find their host plants - many did better when milkweed was planted on the perimeter of gardens," the article reports.
#Climatechange doesn't have to occur in your backyard to have a big effect on you.
A new study reveals that greater bird biodiversity brings greater joy to people. In fact, scientists concluded that conservation is just as important for human well-being as financial security.
"Due to a warming climate, the whales can't build those thick layers of blubber, they're not able to successfully get pregnant, carry the pregnancy and nurse the calf," says marine ecologist Erin Meyer-Gutbrod.
"This report is a wake-up call to everyone around the world that #trees need help," said BGCI secretary general Paul Smith.
"As long as they continue to be used in products, we'll all be eating, drinking, and breathing #PFAS," said scientist Tom Bruton.
"It was almost like something you'd see in a zombie movie — they were just walking in circles," said Terry Gann.
"This #whale was a god of death to most of the animals that lived in its area," said Abdullah Gohar.
"The point is to reduce the space taken by cars, which involves lowering their speeds," said Paris' deputy mayor David Belliard.
"A dead whale is like the biggest smorgasbord a shark could ever dream of," says Peter Corkeron.
"Let's be the generation that protected the right #whale, not the one that watched it slowly disappear," said Steve Blackledge.
A #vegan 'charcuterie' board is an excellent eco-friendly option to try for your next social gathering.
If you want a smaller carbon footprint this holiday weekend, just follow a few of these simple tips.
Active #solar collectors either use antifreeze (which is passed from the solar collector into a #heatexchanger that heats potable water for storage and household use) or just heat water directly, which is then pumped to a water tank. | @cwyonkers @EcoWatch…
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