# Global warming
Opinion | Supreme Court Charges On, EPA Restricted
Maybe we made one too many remarks about burning the institution down, and that's why the powers to be decided to ignite a global blaze. Not even one week after the devastation of Roe v. Wade falling, the Supreme Court ruled this afternoon that the Environmental Protection Agency cannot place limits on emissions from existing power plants.
Denver fund commits $57 million to reduce global warming
(Denver, Colo.) Denver’s Climate Protection Fund committed $57 million to projects to mitigate greenhouse gas emissions to reduce global warming, according to the Office of Climate Action, Sustainability and Resiliency’s (CASR) 2021annual report.
Opinion: Is Climate change our biggest Enemy, Or simply the upshot of innate Human Impulse?
Those who don't believe in global warming probably need to revisit the basis of their reasoning. Because environmental crisis and shift towards the bad are real and contrary to some, it is far from conspiracy theory.
Satellite Images Reveal the White Alps Are Turning Green Because of Climate Change
Satellite Images Reveal the White Alps Are Turning Green Because of Climate ChangeWikimedia. A high-resolution satellite data from 1984 to 2021 has, in a study published by researchers from the University of Lausanne and the University of Basel, found that the white alps are disappearing due to global warming.
Biden spending 3.5 billion to remove carbon From air
Photo of President Joe BidenPhoto by Gage Skidmore (Creative Commons) What if we could simply remove carbon dioxide from the air? Would that help slow global warming?. That's exactly what the United States Federal government is aiming to do as the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) recently released a Notice of Intent (NOI) to fund the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law’s $3.5 billion program.
What Would Happen To Los Angeles If Sea Levels Rise? Here's Your Answer
"Given current trends in greenhouse gas emissions and increasing global temperatures, sea level rise is expected to accelerate in the coming decades," per the California Coastal Commission. It's also worth noting that scientists predict a 66-inch rise in sea level across parts of California's coast by the year 2100. For context, that's approximately 5.5 feet.
Scientists and Environmentalists Debate a Proposed Ban on Meat to Save the Planet
The argument is ongoing. Though many agree our collective carbon footprint would decrease should meat be discontinued, few believe a ban of any degree will happen in our lifetime, if at all.
Extreme Erosion Causes Sand Shortages on Popular NJ Beaches: Beaches Unable to Open
Wave erosion on a popular New Jersey beach.(Jose Ramon Polo/iStock) This year, one of the biggest considerations of New Jersey’s beach towns has been the lack of sand on their beaches.
What Will Florida Look Like If Sea Levels Rise? Here's Your Answer
Florida is extremely vulnerable when it comes to sea-level rise as 15 million people live near the coast, according to NOAA. For context, that's approximately 70% of the state's population.
Study suggests that hotter nights due to climate change will cost us sleep
Mountains In The Desert PhotoPhoto by Matthew Henry from Burst. “Our results indicate that sleep — an essential restorative process integral for human health and productivity — may be degraded by warmer temperatures," Kelton Minor of the University of Copenhagen, the study’s lead author, said in a statement.
San Francisco's Roofs Are Turning Green
I take a look at green roofs in San Francisco, which will become more common as the result of a 2017 environmental law
Reports of CO2 Hitting Environmentally Critical Levels
Fewer plants around the world have impacted the planet’s ability to fight back.(Petmal/iStock) Announced yesterday, carbon dioxide levels have hit a new record. Tests in April have confirmed the levels as being higher than ever before.
Scientists Believe We Can Control the Weather
In the race to control climate change, global scientists are pointing to the concept of Geoengineering as a legitimate hope. However, public and political objections hinder the effort.
Study predicts mass marine life extinction if global warming continues
Photo of a Turtle Swimming UnderwaterPhoto by Belle Co from Pexels. "Exactly where the future falls between the best-case and worst-case scenarios will be determined by the choices that society makes not only about climate change, but also about habitat destruction, overfishing, and coastal pollution." —scientists Malin Pinsky and Alexa Fredston in a comment on the new study, also published in Science.
Found a shipwreck and an eagle ray
Scuba diving is like visiting a whole other world.
UN report states that we are on a 'fast track' towards climate disaster
The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) released a report on their latest findings, a report written by hundreds of leading climate scientists and agreed by 195 countries. The UN Secretary-General, António Guterres states that it is 'now or never' in his video message. The report states that at the current rate of energy expenditure, global warming would increase more than double the 1.5 degree Celsius that was agreed upon in the Paris Accord.
New York State Becomes Top Community Solar Market in U.S.
The sun shines down on ARTPark in Lewiston, New York.Photo by J.M. Lesinski. New York State Governor Kathy Hochul recently revealed that New York state is now the top community solar market in the United States, pushing further towards her climate goal to achieve 70% of the state’s electricity from renewable resources by 2030.
Florida Removes Incentives To Promote Solar Power – Is This a Smart Move As Global Warming Takes Hold?
Home with solar panelsPhoto by Gary Cole on Unsplash. During Florida's legislative season, HB 741 was approved by the State's Senate in early March and it will remove financial incentives that were previously offered to Floridians who chose to invest in solar panels for their properties.