Over a trillion US dollars are needed for climate change in developing countries

Smoke rises from an unauthorized steel factory, in the foreground, November 4, 2016 in Inner Mongolia, China. To meet China’s carbon emissions reduction goals, authorities are pushing to shut down private steel, coal and other high-polluting factories in rural areas. (Photo by Kevin Frayer/Getty Images) Kevin Frayer | Getty Images News | Getty Images According … Read more

Mining uses innovative technology to find copper and other EV metals

Miners are turning to machine learning, cutting-edge chemistry and other innovative means to increase supply of critical materials like copper and graphite as demand for green technologies increases. In 2011, Nico Cuevas, a Mexican immigrant and Arizona resident, realized that Tesla would need a source of graphite for battery anodes to build electric vehicles in … Read more

A game changer in environmental sustainability

A Japanese businessman working on a project with a digital tablet and looking out the window getty With its deep-rooted traditions and deep reverence for nature, Japan has established itself as a pioneer in green IT and AI solutions. Guided by the wisdom expressed in the famous Japanese proverb “The bamboo that bends is stronger … Read more

El Niño exacerbates global warming: record heat, floods, wildfires

Traffic Cop Rai Rogers mannes his street corner during an 8-hour shift under the hot sun in Las Vegas, Nevada July 12, 2023, where temperatures reached 106 degrees amid an ongoing heat wave. More than 50 million Americans are baking in dangerously high temperatures this week, from California to Texas to Florida, as a heatwave … Read more

Why the electric boom could put a heavy strain on our power grid

It is expected that more than half of all new cars sold in the US by 2030 will be electric vehicles. That could put a huge strain on our country’s electrical grid, an aging system created for a world run on fossil fuels. According to an analysis by the Rapid Energy Policy Evaluation and Analysis … Read more

The New Age beekeeper pays attention to the health of the hives

SEBASTOPOL – The life of a honey bee isn’t so pretty these days: almost 50 percent of them died last year. Pick the reasons: parasites, pesticides, starvation, global warming. Michael Thiele, executive director of Apis Arborea (www.apisarborea.org) in Sonoma County, adds something else: housing. For him, boxes are the problem, as they are for a … Read more

Himalayan glaciers are melting faster than ever, and scientists say it will “affect us all”.

New Delhi — Glaciers in the Hindu Kush region of the Himalayas are melting at an unprecedented rate and could shed up to 80% of their ice by the end of this century Global warming continues unexamined, a group of international scientists warned in an alarming new report. The study says so melting of the … Read more

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