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The combustion of fossil fuels which includes coal, petroleum oil, gasoline, and natural gas that releases carbon dioxide (CO2) into the atmosphere, which warms…

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Last weekend, an area near the Yosemite National Park was threatened by yet another wildfire. This…

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On Wednesday, President Joe Biden spoke in Massachusetts regarding the possibility that he might utilize executive…

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Over the Independence Day holiday weekend, the USGS released the latest measurements for water levels in…

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The aviation industry is under pressure to reduce its carbon footprint. Governments and environmentalists are calling for the…

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While a bloody war rages in Ukraine, inflation has hit a historic high of 7.9 percent, and possibilities…

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The Biden Administration has made the production of green energy one of its top priorities, and a recent…

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Manchin has signaled that he is “open” to a standalone bill that addresses climate change provisions, according to…

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On Thursday, massive fires desecrated nearly 600 homes and forced inhabitants to flee at a moment’s notice. Recent…

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When the Climatic Research Unit's email server was hacked in 2009, climate deniers used the published emails as "proof" that climate change was simply a hoax and nothing more.
A San Diego television station's broadcast provided more fodder for climate skeptics, but, is there any real evidence that NOAA and NASA are manipulating facts in order to promote climate change?
In 1979, President Jimmy Carter, after months of wrangling politically to bring about green energy awareness, installed thirty-two solar panels on the roof of the White House.
At the end of plastic's lifespan, when it is typically incinerated, plastics emit up to 5.9 million metric tons of carbon dioxide.