by Margi Prideaux, Stormbird Press, October 2022. “WE ARE ALL DEPENDENT AND WHEN DISASTER HITS, WE ARE BROKEN.” Stephen Harrod Buhner There must be those among whom we can sit down and weep and still be counted as warriors. - Adrienne Rich I wish I’d had a copy of Margi Prideaux’s remarkable FIRE: A Message from […]
The scientific community and the majority of the world's political leaders agree that climate change is one of the biggest threats to life on this planet, and the impacts are already being seen and felt around the world in the form of droughts, more frequent and more severe storms, rampant flooding, heat waves and wildfires.
Some 75% of surveyed Americans would jump at a ‘green’ job in solar, wind or EVs, which tend to pay 21% more
Solar-finance company Mosaic says its survey shows one-third believe their current education and experience well-position them for a clean energy job shift, while two-thirds believe they need on-the-job training
California sale opens new opportunities for U.S. floating offshore wind
Climate change is unlocking a new crossroads and potential center of conflict: the Arctic. But one key lawmaker is warning the US has lagged behind in securing the region, as other powers move in, adding he believes the Arctic may soon be a stage for a nuclear show of force by Vladimir Putin.
Many developing nations are already feeling the effects of climate change, and they struggle to gain access to clean energy finance
Every part of Rajul Noor’s life has been wrecked by this summer’s massive monsoon-driven floods. The 12-year-old girl’s family home is destroyed, as is the school that she loved. The friends she used to walk to school and play with are scattered, finding refuge elsewhere.
Greta Thunberg on the climate delusion: ‘We’ve been greenwashed out of our senses. It’s time to stand our ground’
Governments may say they’re doing all they can to halt the climate crisis. Don’t fall for it – then we might still have time to turn things around, ‘Stop setting things on fire’: nine great ideas to save the planet
In this exclusive excerpt from William Shatner’s new book, “Boldly Go: Reflections on a Life of Awe and Wonder,” the “Star Trek” actor reflects on his voyage into space on Jeff Bezos’ Blue Origin space shuttle on Oct. 13, 2021. Then 90 years old, Shatner became the oldest living person to travel into space, but […]
I joined this panel to explore the idea of providing comfortable shelter for all animal and human life on Earth. The 90-minute plenary invited leaders in the field of ancient & earth wisdom, natural building and community building with Ousmane Aly Pame, Kelly Hart & Mark Lakeman to respond to the following questions:
Written by Primamundi.com Guest Writer, Monica Smith For most homeowners, an electricity bill is one of the monthly costs you take for granted. But more and more homeowners are making use of solar power to become energy independent. You deserve to be energy independent. With solar panels, freedom and sustainability are just a sun's ray away. […]
Antarctica’s coastal glaciers are shedding icebergs more rapidly than nature can replenish the crumbling ice, doubling previous estimates of losses from the world’s largest ice sheet over the past 25 years, a satellite analysis showed on Wednesday.
With weather disasters costing $200 million a day and irreversible climate catastrophe looming, the world is “heading in the wrong direction,” the United Nations says in a new report that pulls together the latest science on climate change.
Electric planes might seem futuristic, but they aren’t that far off, at least for short hops.
Climate change describes A CHANGE IN GLOBAL TEMPERATURE AND WEATHER PATTERNS. These patterns are changing in unpredictable ways due to both natural and unnatural factors, such as human and industrial activities. According to the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), HUMAN INFLUENCE ON CLIMATE CHANGE HAS BEEN “INDISPUTABLE” FOR DECADES.
Region’s long awaited energy and economic transition will be substantially boosted by US’s first climate law, the Inflation Reduction Act
Models could be over- (or under-!) estimating the climate impact of the Inflation Reduction Act
Biden’s Inflation Reduction Act Is Now Law, Bringing Historic Changes to Climate Fight and Health Care Costs
After months of excruciating negotiation and a legislative process that took over a year, President Joe Biden on Tuesday signed into law the centerpiece of his agenda, the Inflation Reduction Act, paving the way for the United States to enact its largest-ever effort to combat the climate crisis and make the biggest changes to the […]
Richard Lavallee is a software engineer, Arizonan and former Republican. He says he started to feel overwhelmed by the idea of climate change after years of hearing about burning rainforests and melting glaciers. His daughters also influenced his sense that this was a serious problem.
An extraordinary drought in the West is drying up the Colorado River and draining the nation’s largest reservoirs – Lake Mead and Lake Powell. And amid the overuse of the river and the aridification of the region, the federal government is implementing new mandatory water cuts and asking states to devise a plan to save […]