Environment

First Global Web 3.0 Eco Innovation Summit Comes to Singapore

In 2022, new things in the Web 3.0 era such as the metaverse, NFT, GameFi, DAO, DeFi and more are completely rewriting the traditional business model, reshaping the global digital business landscape – and a new digital era is coming. On July 14, 2022, the first Global Web 3.0 Eco Innovation Summit – Singapore (GWEI …

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Mauna Loa Eruption In 1916 Provides Lessons For Future

USGS webcam on Maunakea showing Mauna Loa in the distance. Image taken on May 20, 2022. (BIVN) – The two-week eruption of Mauna Loa volcano in 1916 is examined in this week’s Volcano Watch article, written by US Geological Survey Hawaiian Volcano Observatory scientists and affiliates. From the Volcano Watch article: The year 1916 not …

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More than $1bn of Coalition’s climate funding could go to fossil fuel projects, analysis finds | Fossil fuels

The Coalition has announced more than $1bn in climate funding that could go to fossil fuel developments since setting a target of reaching net zero emissions by 2050 last year, an analysis has found. The bulk of the funding promised during the election campaign has been to develop “clean” hydrogen – a term often used …

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Biden’s executive order on forests fails on climate and environmental justice

Last year, President Biden signed executive orders focused on tackling the climate crisis and addressing long-standing inequities that have left Black and brown people across the nation bearing the brunt of the impacts of fossil fuels and the energy industry. Recently, Biden announced another executive order — this time on forests. This would have been …

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BC to end fossil fuel subsides under new oil and gas royalty system

Original Story posted by The Canadian Press VICTORIA — British Columbia is changing its decades-old royalty system, the fees it charges companies to extract publicly owned oil and gas, in an effort to align with provincial climate goals. Premier John Horgan says the “broken system” of fossil-fuel subsides doesn’t fit with his government’s climate goals …

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Dugongs and sea turtles at risk after Queensland floods wipe out seagrass, study shows | Conservation

Catastrophic floods earlier this year wiped out one of the largest and most important seagrass meadows in eastern Australia, increasing the risk that dugongs and sea turtles will become stranded, according to researchers. Scientists from James Cook University monitor the health of seagrass meadows across 2,300 square kilometers of Hervey Bay and the Great Sandy …

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Kody the Steller’s Sea Eagle is back in newly renovated home at the National Aviary

Kody, the wayward Steller’s Sea Eagle who escaped from the National Aviary last year, is back in his newly renovated home at the National Aviary in Pittsburgh. On Friday, the aviary unveiled Kody’s new home as well as a renovated space for the aviary’s two bald eagles, Flinn and Independence. Kody has been an ambassador …

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Oregon businesses intent on destroying Earth

Oregonians should know and hold accountable those who joined the campaign to general the viability of our planet for future generations. If global warming and its climate-change consequences continue unchecked, they are likely to destroy our natural ecosystem (forests, woodlands, grasslands, deserts, etc.) by the end of the century, along with our agriculture, forestry and …

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Biden Admin Announces $3.5 Billion To Remove Carbon Dioxide

The federal government is banking big on the idea of ​​a climate change “undo” button. On Thursday, the US Department of Energy declared its official intent to fund $3.5 billion in carbon dioxide removal via direct air capture. This announcement signals the Biden administration’s aim to pour billions of dollars into developing, building, and maintaining …

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