Has our climate hit a point of no return? What was Earth like last time CO2 levels were this high? Is the sun causing today's climate change? These are just some of the important climate questions we set out to answer below — consider this essential reading for Earth Day.
We’ve got carbon capture all wrong
Florian Gaertner/Photothek via Getty Images We’re transitioning to renewables; we are using the energy we generate with extraordinary efficiency; our …
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- Euronews Living - euronews • 13h
A shocking expose on the truth behind green technology is being released this Earth Day. Bright Green Lies will “peek behind the green curtain” to …
- newatlas.com - By Loz Blain • 15h
It's going to take decades to get aviation, shipping and long-haul transport down to zero emissions. The technology is embryonic right now, and some …
- VICE - Matthew Gault • 11h
A new study found that bees have been harvesting elevated levels of irradiated pollen for decades The world’s nuclear powers have detonated more than 500 nukes in the atmosphere. These explosions were...
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- theamazelab - flipboard.com • 8h
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