The closest example to Earth is a mere 170 light-years away.
CO2 emissions going up by almost 4 percent
Brits paid a whopping 54 percent more for electricity than Americans in 2014.
The EU has spent $1.2 trillion subsidizing green energy.
‘Refugees are streaming into Europe, threatening to wreck the European Union’
‘Denmark’s renewable policy has turned out to be too expensive’
‘At first I thought this was some kind of a joke’
Head of emergency services blamed incident on ‘sick’ people
‘This is a huge foreign policy loss’
Lowering the target to 1.5 degrees Celsius would cost a minimum of $12.1 trillion.
‘The next president might spend his first term not just putting out fires, but you know forest fires’
‘Regarding tuberculosis… polio and measles, these should be considered an emerging threat’
Great Britain is now the second-largest oil producer in Europe last year, after Norway.
“They’ve dramatically raised electricity prices.”
Three times as many Iraqi’s receiving GREEN CARDS As Italians
Currently, NASA has no plans to return to the Moon.
Does this mean we should be using more coal?