I do believe climate change will kick off a major depression, and it will start with the insurance companies going under. This is yet another sign that things don’t look good:
The findings are contained in the 2019 Arctic Report Card, a major federal assessment of climate change trends and impacts throughout the region. The study paints an ominous picture of a region lurching to an entirely new and unfamiliar climate state.
Especially noteworthy is the report’s conclusion that the Arctic may have already turned into a net emitter of planet-warming carbon emissions due to thawing permafrost, which would only accelerate global warming. Permafrost is the carbon-rich frozen soil that covers 24 percent of Northern Hemisphere land area, encompassing vast stretches of territory across Alaska, Canada, Siberia and Greenland.
Trump will probably fire these scientist and *poof* problem solved.
A report was released by the World Meteorological Organization.
The Environmental Protection Agency wants to downplay scientific evidence in making public health decisions. It sounds crazy, but, that is exactly what proposed new rules by requiring all personal health raw data used in studies.
After years and years of improving air quality in the US has started to decline.
Is this a win for the GOP? For industry?
Damn Nestle. They think they are entitled to all the waters.
I know that people in the “Big Bend” area have pushed off Nestle’s effort to take their water. Nestle has not been successful and hopefully, future efforts will be successful.
A company called Seven Springs Water wants to renew a lucrative permit that allows the siphoning of Ginnie Springs, a scenic recreational site along the Santa Fe River near Gainesville…
The agreement would be bad for the Santa Fe and also the fragile Floridan aquifer, which supplies drinking water to millions of people. But for Seven Springs the deal is sweet: free water, which it then sells to Nestlé, the world’s largest bottler….
The agreement would be bad for the Santa Fe and also the fragile Floridan aquifer, which supplies drinking water to millions of people. But for Seven Springs the deal is sweet: free water, which it then sells to Nestlé, the world’s largest bottler…
Once-pristine Ginnie Springs now carries nitrates from wastewater and farm runoff — ingredients you won’t see listed on Nestlé’s bottles.
Florida people… and I am from Georgia.
The climate and environmental news coming out the past few days have not been good (or productive.) Trump has started the formal withdrawal Paris Climate Accord.
To get them to stop destroying everything?