Greta Thunberg’s BBC TV show in London falls disastrously flat

United Kingdom 04/14/21, 16:43

Swedish climate activist Greta Thunberg's first television program in London on April 14 suffered a resounding fall as it proved disappointing to the audience, despite all the BBC's efforts to push it. The program: "Greta Thunberg: A Year to Change the World" was presented at 9 p.m., the prime time slot, ...

12 states sue President Biden over ‘climate change’ plan

U.S. 03/08/21, 18:23

A group of 12 attorneys general filed a joint lawsuit on Monday, March 8, against the Biden administration over the executive order to address alleged "climate change," arguing that in addition to having no authority to do so, the proposed measures will destroy the lives of hundreds of thousands of ...

Biden’s climate proposal could cost more than $1.7 trillion

U.S. 02/03/21, 16:36

The proposal put forward by President Joe Biden to counteract the alleged effects of controversial climate change could cost more than $1.7 trillion, according to estimates reported by Fox News on Feb. 3.   During his election campaign, Biden said that he would implement the Green New Deal as the basis for ...

President Trump’s incredible achievements in environmental management

U.S. 10/08/20, 15:49

The multiple actions taken by President Donald Trump, in the care and conservation of the environment and its resources mark a path that does not stop since the beginning of his mandate, obtaining numerous achievements. One of the laws that President Trump signed in 2018 was the John D. Dingell, Jr. ...

Bolsonaro puts Biden in his place for threats against Brazil in the presidential debate: ‘Our sovereignty is non-negotiable’

South America 09/30/20, 18:54

Brazil's President Jair Bolsonaro used his Twitter account Wednesday, to express his displeasure at comments made by Democratic candidate for president Joe Biden during the presidential debate with President Trump during Tuesday's Sept. 29 presidential debate. Biden appeared to threaten the Brazilian government with significant economic consequences if it did not ...

NASA says the hole in the ozone is smallest since discovery in 1982

World 10/23/19, 20:20

According to NASA, the hole in the ozone reached its smallest size since it was discovered by scientists in 1982 because of unusual weather patterns in the upper atmosphere above Antarctica. The hole fluctuates each year and is typically the highest between late September and early October during the coldest months ...

Selfie-taking fern records own growth using plant power

Europe 07/02/19, 13:47

Conservationists at the Zoological Society of London (ZSL) are attempting to harness plant energy to oversee remote ecosystems. They are working on a project that could enable a plant “to take a selfie.”  A maidenhair fern is hooked up to produce the energy to snap its own selfie photograph—all in the ...

Canada to ban single-use plastics by 2021

America 06/11/19, 08:45

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced on Monday, June 10, that Canada is planning to ban single-use plastics by 2021 in an attempt to curb plastic pollution. “I'm very happy to announce that as early as 2021 Canada will ban harmful single-use plastics from coast to coast to coast,” said Trudeau. Speaking ...

Biodegradable plastic made from seaweed organisms

News 06/07/19, 10:19

From bags to bottles, every year about 13 million tons of plastic flows into our oceans, according to a U.N. report published in 2018. If the situation continues, our oceans could contain more plastic than fish by 2050. Birds and other animals often mistake plastic waste entangled in seaweed in the ...

Brazil reduces top environment council, trims independents

Enviroment 05/30/19, 10:47

Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro is slashing the size of a body that oversees environmental policy, effectively reducing the role of non-governmental organizations.The decree issued Wednesday cuts the size of the National Council of the Environment from 100 to 21. It also eliminates 105 "alternate" members who traditionally have taken part ...