The times they are a-changing.
While the news comes with an important caveat, it’s a sign of the radical change happening here.
Thinking about that much money is hard. It’s equivalent to 6.5 percent of the entire world’s annual GDP.
Making for a total of 41 days so far this year.
The e-commerce giant is burning the climate from both ends.
Equivalent to about 1/10th of the company’s entire corporate workforce has publicly added their names to the open letter.
Because of course they are.
The goal is to help spur a radical decrease in carbon pollution needed to avoid the worst impacts of climate change.
It’s a figure that will only climb with increased regulation and carbon pricing.
An alarming new study has identified 6,600 chemical spills related to hydraulic fracturing in just four US states over a ten year period.
A new report by the US EPA concludes that hydraulic fracturing is capable of contaminating drinking water at virtually every stage in the process.
Get ready to drill, baby, drill.
Guardian investigation outs Peabody for bankrolling think tanks, corporate lobbyists, trade associations, and individual scientists.
If you try to imagine the most pathetic gathering of humans ever, it would probably look a lot like this group desperately trying to squeeze the last gasp of relevance out of a backwards-thinking, planet-strangling industry.
Sorry - China’s not interested in building a fleet of gas-guzzling spacecraft.
The smog hovering over many major cities is not just an unhealthy inconvenience.