Today I learned: Ice core sample data are not fit for the purpose of comparing modern CO2 level increases to historical changes
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The great recycling LIE (what really happens to plastic) (10:44) ~ Sorelle Amore Finance
submitted 9 hours ago by JasonCarswell from (youtube.com)
This driver shows the proper amount of respect for climate protesters blocking a road in Australia
submitted 11 hours ago by iamonlyoneman from (skynews.com.au)
US Appeals Court Forces EPA to Reassess Glyphosate on Health and Environmental Impact
submitted 1 day ago by Drewski from (sustainablepulse.com)
Substitute for fertilizer
submitted 16 days ago by rubberbiscuit from (self.environment)
Is it ethical to purchase a lithium battery powered EV?
submitted 16 days ago by iamonlyoneman from (cfact.org)
Previous 'expert' consensus was the Western Monarch Butterfly Migration would cease due to low insect population . . . revised after observations to "100x larger than last year"
submitted 17 days ago by iamonlyoneman from (wattsupwiththat.com)
Microplastics found in freshly fallen Antarctic snow for first time
submitted 18 days ago by SoCo from (theguardian.com)
As the Great Salt Lake Dries Up, Utah Faces An ‘Environmental Nuclear Bomb’
submitted 19 days ago by Melodic_Programmer from (nytimes.com)
California lawmakers plan to fix last year's Global Warming caused, fish killing, river level disaster, now that you've forgotten about it
submitted 20 days ago by SoCo from (apnews.com)
National Geographic: Global warming is causing increased crop yields, here's why that's bad
submitted 20 days ago by iamonlyoneman from (archive.ph)
Eying short term gains, with big long term losses, Biden stabs US solar manufacturing industry in the back after decades of support by tariffs banning Chinese market manipulation
submitted 21 days ago by SoCo from (msn.com)
Think the Fresno region’s drought is new from human caused Climate Change? Tree data proves that not to be so
submitted 21 days ago by SoCo from (sacbee.com)
Chemicals used in farms and gardens have been causing medical problems for many years. This article from 1977 states that men became sterile after working with DOW and Shell chemicals.
submitted 21 days ago by In-the-clouds from (archive.ph)
California court rules that bees are a type of fish in order to protect them under the state's endangered species act
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Toyota’s prototype 'cartridge' is a way to make hydrogen portable | Engadget
submitted 24 days ago by SoCo from (engadget.com)
Plastic Recycling Doesn’t Work and Will Never Work
submitted 27 days ago by Melodic_Programmer from (theatlantic.com)
Leftist finally smack their faces into the reality of plastic recycling.
submitted 27 days ago by sproketboy from (archive.ph)
Fish off the coast of Florida are testing positive for ANTIDEPRESSANTS, prostate medications, antibiotics and pain relievers
submitted 27 days ago by HongKongPhooey from (dailymail.co.uk)
Germany is razing a 12,000-year-old forest to make way for a coal mine
submitted 28 days ago by HongKongPhooey from (qz.com)
Today I learned vast areas of the Amazon were covered in savannah, not rain forest, thousands of years ago
submitted 1 month ago by iamonlyoneman from (pnas.org)
Flashback to 2020 when Glacier National Park removed the signs that said the glaciers would be gone by 2020 due to global warming LOL
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Climate Change Hysteria Won’t Solve the Planetary Crisis
submitted 1 month ago by HongKongPhooey from (childrenshealthdefense.org)
Study results: Yeah you guys remember how we said electric cars emit less CO2 than internal combustion? Yeah . . . not so much.
submitted 1 month ago by iamonlyoneman from (mdpi.com)
I thought it was interesting to see these juniper twigs removed from under the Greenland ice sheet. We're currently in an ice age.
submitted 1 month ago by iamonlyoneman from (wattsupwiththat.com)
Hong Kong records its coldest May day since 1917 . . . must be all that 'global warming' we keep hearing about
submitted 1 month ago by iamonlyoneman from (watchers.news)
Why kike puppets deny Human CO2 involvement in rising temperatures
submitted 1 month ago * by AntiSemit from (self.environment)
Scientists just discovered a gigantic circulating groundwater system under antarctica. Already they're trying to scare you into thinking it'll cause a global warming catastrophe!
submitted 1 month ago by iamonlyoneman from (phys.org)
126 Species of Fish Contaminated With Cocktail of Big Pharma Drugs
Washington State officials warn African clawed frogs, "one of the worst invasive species on earth," are eating local animals
submitted 1 month ago by iamonlyoneman from (archive.ph)
Why don't the drought officials and media admit they have been doing things to make the drought worse?
submitted 1 month ago by [deleted] from (self.environment)
California declares water emergency, a comedy in three acts
submitted 2 months ago by iamonlyoneman from (self.environment)
"Renewable" energy generation kills birds . . . but in the form of a Study. It's worse than you thought.
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An Earth Day article about how electric vehicles actually are bad for the environment
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State of the Climate 2021: NO evidence of climate crisis
submitted 2 months ago by iamonlyoneman from (notalotofpeopleknowthat.wordpress.com)
Global warming leads to new record temperature in Antarctica
submitted 2 months ago by iamonlyoneman from (watchers.news)
Florida's toxic waste mountains of radioactive phosphogypsum created by fertilizer companies
submitted 2 months ago by HongKongPhooey from (popsci.com)
Not So “Green” Technology: The Complicated Legacy of Rare Earth Mining
submitted 2 months ago by HongKongPhooey from (hir.harvard.edu)
Microplastic pollution has been discovered lodged deep in the lungs of living people for the first time. The particles were found in almost all the samples analysed. Scientists said microplastic pollution was now ubiquitous across the planet, making human exposure unavoidable.
submitted 2 months ago by Orangutan from (theguardian.com)
California energy regulations more than doubled CO2 emissions. Oops.
submitted 3 months ago by iamonlyoneman from (cfact.org)
Countries Born In Hell
submitted 3 months ago by madican from (youtube.com)
The feds poke a hole in the 1872 Mining Law [Colorado, 1999]
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Has Biden caused energy price rises?
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Why Beautiful Buildings Are Sustainable - The American Conservative
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Road Salt causing masive harm, ecologically
submitted 4 months ago by jumba_jukiba from (yahoo.com)
U.S. corn-based ethanol worse for the climate than gasoline, study finds
submitted 4 months ago by Drewski from (reuters.com)
Arctic Methane Threat: Global Warming Increasing Bacterial Methanogenesis & Methane Release| Countercurrents
submitted 4 months ago by Budget-song-budget from (countercurrents.org)
Green European Future. Shower no more than 3 times a week for 8 minutes, 100g of chicken meat 2 times a week, 25g cheese once a week, abandon coffee completely and forever. During the year, everyone is allowed to purchase 2 pairs of jeans and 3 shirts.
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I don't even want to know about the breakfast
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Unusual Phenomena - What Are the Northern Lights
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Why Environmentalists Pose a Bigger Obstacle to Effective Climate Policy than Denialists
submitted 5 months ago by Chipit from (quillette.com)
Acid Rain And The Sneaky Policy That "Solved" It. Anyone who follows environmental news will be surprised to learn this: we solved it! Countries came together to limit acid rain-causing emissions, eliminating the problem altogether.
submitted 5 months ago by Chipit from (youtu.be)
Uhm....maybe stop sending them to California!
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When To Build Sea Walls | Countercurrents
submitted 5 months ago by Budget-song-budget from (countercurrents.org)
What happens to the environment with all those covid rapid test kits?
submitted 5 months ago by asterias from (jssocial.pw)
Germany Shuts Down Three Perfectly Good Nuclear Power Plants
submitted 5 months ago by jet199 from (reason.com)
Minerals used in "green" technologies. Keep this handy to remind leftists if the dream of 100% non-carbon energy is to take form, we will need to replace our one energy input supply chain with over a dozen more.
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Energy use per person in Africa compared to 1 average American fridge
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Ted Nugent Defends Helicopter Pig Hunting. "When we kill pigs from a helicopter it benefits the environment, because they destroy the environment."
submitted 6 months ago by Chipit from (youtu.be)
Environmentalist groups Audubon Society and Greenpeace get wind and solar power projects cancelled.
submitted 7 months ago by Chipit from (twitter.com)
Men’s meat-heavy diets cause 40% more climate emissions than women’s
submitted 7 months ago by jet199 from (theguardian.com)
Debunking Climate Change Myths: 50 Years of FAILED 'Expert' Predictions!
submitted 7 months ago by sproketboy from (louderwithcrowder.com)
Study shows plasticizers in food - but it gets worse (10:35) ~ Alison Morrow
submitted 7 months ago by JasonCarswell from (youtube.com)
Why We Need Nuclear Power
submitted 7 months ago by jet199 from (areomagazine.com)
Giving up meat won’t make us greener
submitted 7 months ago by jet199 from (spectator.co.uk)
Hundreds of sea turtles wash up dead in Mexico
submitted 8 months ago by rubberbiscuit from (archive.md)
Our World In Data - we are winning the war on oil spills
submitted 8 months ago by Chipit from (ourworldindata.org)
Plastic Recycling is an Actual Scam | Climate Town
submitted 8 months ago by Drewski from (youtube.com)
submitted 8 months ago * by EddieC from (self.environment)
The American Bumblebee Has Vanished From Eight States: The species has completely vanished from eight states, including Maine, Rhode Island, New Hampshire, Vermont, Idaho, North Dakota, Wyoming, and Oregon
submitted 8 months ago by Orangutan from (smithsonianmag.com)
Catholic — News Report — Roman Catholic Cardinal Parolin Peddles Environmentalism
submitted 9 months ago by carn0ld03 from (youtu.be)
How bankruptcy lets oil and gas companies evade cleanup rules
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They Are Murdered: They Face Violence: They Are Defenders Of Environment| Countercurrents
submitted 9 months ago by Budget-song-budget from (countercurrents.org)
Films on Cell Phone Radiation, Cell Towers and Wireless - Environmental Health Trust
submitted 9 months ago by Budget-song-budget from (ehtrust.org)
Megatsunami Scenario: This is the volcanic island of La Palma, 700 miles off the northwest coast of Africa. A slide from this mountain could kill millions of people in Europe and along Northern America’s eastern seaboard. Some scientists warn that it’s purely a matter of time until it happens.
submitted 9 months ago by Orangutan from (youtube.com)
New Documentary Film on Cell Phone Radiation Features Interviews with Scientists - Activist Post This new documentary on cell phone radiation will premiere on September 30, 2021, 9:00 p.m. (Central European Summer Time – CEST), 3:00 p.m. ET, on the Flipped Media YouTube channel.
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Climate Disinformation Database. Welcome to....Database, where you can browse our extensive research on the individuals and organizations that have helped to delay and distract the public and our elected leaders from taking needed action to reduce greenhouse gas pollution and fight global warming.
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In the Louisiana Bayou, Dolphin Victims of Hurricane Ida Set the Stage for a Political Fight Over Coastal Restoration
American Petroleum Institute
TOKYO — The operator of the wrecked Fukushima nuclear power plant said Wednesday it plans to build an undersea tunnel so that massive amounts of treated but still radioactive water can be released into the ocean less than a mile away from the plant to avoid interference with local fishing.
submitted 9 months ago by Orangutan from (nbcnews.com)
If Star Wars was made by environmentalists
submitted 9 months ago by Ave_Satanas from (youtube.com)
If we lose the Amazon, our world will lose its future
submitted 10 months ago by Budget-song-budget from (opendemocracy.net)
Drought Clobbers the World
submitted 10 months ago by Budget-song-budget from (counterpunch.org)
"The problem with climate change is that even those who believe it are unwilling to make any personal sacrifices for the sake of remedying the problem. Why do you berate others for not believing in climate change when you know it exists, and you're actively making the problem worse?"
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'Historic Victory': Bayer to End US Residential Sales of Glyphosate-Based Herbicides
submitted 11 months ago by Drewski from (commondreams.org)
McDowell Creek Falls
submitted 11 months ago by zaynverrick from (carefree-creative.com)
Toxic Corporations Are Destroying the Planet’s Soil
submitted 1 year ago by zyxzevn from (off-guardian.org)
Mr. Trash Wheel is gobbling up millions of pounds of trash
submitted 1 year ago by Drewski from (cnet.com)
5 Extinct Animals Videotaped Right Before They Disappeared
submitted 1 year ago by Chipit from (youtu.be)
Why we need a Marshall Plan for Innovation. From vaccines and Big Pharma to Climate Change it's becoming clear we need it- a subject I discuss in my latest Substack essay, which is free to view and comment.
submitted 1 year ago by Geary2020 from (geary.substack.com)
The Sad Truth About Traditional Environmentalism. What if you’d dedicated most of your life to trying to save the planet, but then you realised that you may have actually—potentially—made things worse? I was one of the leading spokespeople for Extinction Rebellion as recently as last year.
submitted 1 year ago by Chipit from (quillette.com)
Greenpeace report highlights extent of European nations’ dumping of waste in Turkey
submitted 1 year ago by Drewski from (globalvoices.org)
What Greenpeace's 'Wasteminster' stunt won't tell you | The Spectator. Greenpeace is in part responsible for the problem, because for years it has opposed the building of energy-from-waste plants – or incinerators, as they are otherwise known.
submitted 1 year ago by Chipit from (spectator.co.uk)
There's typically a peak in Lyme disease cases in June and July: The experience was "quite disconcerting," he said, and in line with predictions that we're in for a bad tick year. "We have to be extremely vigilant," he said. "We're going to have higher than average tick activity this year."
submitted 1 year ago by Orangutan from (yahoo.com)
Off the Grid and at Peace in Scoraig, Scotland
submitted 1 year ago by ruperttaylor from (toughnickel.com)
Throwaway Culture Meets Repair Cafés
California says it's time for giant carbon vacuums
submitted 1 year ago by killerjavi98 from (google.com)
Judy Chicago Artwork Planned for Desert X Canceled Over Environmental Concerns - The pioneering feminist artist’s colorful nontoxic smoke sculpture was dropped after a local writer suggested it might harm the bighorn sheep native to the area.
submitted 1 year ago by ISaidWhatISaid from (artforum.com)
Finnish Scientists: Effect of human activity on climate change insignificant
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Brain-damaging lead found in tap water from most Illinois communities during the past 6 years: More than 8 of every 10 Illinoisans live in a community where brain-damaging lead was found in the tap water of at least one home during the past six years, a new Chicago Tribune analysis found.
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