climate change

Yes Look Up

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Smart people wouldn’t yell in circumstances like those. They’d lay down their lives to persuade.

From Popula
On December 27, 2021
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The Genius of Retreat

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In the inevitable hierarchies that would arise, maybe the rich would still have access to real broccoli.

From Popula
On December 14, 2021
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Primal Squirm

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What the Sixth IPCC Report really says

From Popula
On September 7, 2021
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Movie Review: Green Girl: Greta

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Tension between Thunberg’s genuine wishes and her being the symbol of the overall climate movement and institutions’ stubborn refusal to act is at the very core of the film. The most successful and often poignant moments of the film is for us to understand the emotional context of what Thunberg famously said in conferences, in explaining Thunberg’s frustration and anger in her speeches.

From No Man Is an Island
On June 29, 2021
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To ‘Electrify Everything,’ Blockchain Projects Dial Up Green Energy

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Decentralized technology is being used to swap carbon offsets internationally, create peer-to-peer energy trading, and promote greater renewable energy in power grids.

From Sludge
On June 15, 2021
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Conservation’s Nervous Breakdown

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I am firmly on Team Pupfish. But the sense of looming trade-offs is inescapable. The losses are already vast, and they have begun to trigger yet more losses. We can’t save it all. So how do we decide what to save?

From Popula
On May 25, 2021
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Ford: A Tradition of Greenwashing

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The automaker is touting its climate consciousness, but the vast majority of its production will still be fossil-fuel-powered SUVs and trucks.

From Sludge
On December 24, 2020
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