‘I would prefer slightly more moderate titles’
‘If you ask what is the optimal amount of wind and solar to add in then the answer is going to be almost zero.’
‘The isotopic signature is telling us it’s coming from coal at that point in the landscape’
‘I don’t think that I have been alarmist — maybe alarming’
The cuts are due to a ‘volatile media environment’
This Monday, pigeons took to the skies of London wearing sensors which can track air pollution to “raise awareness.”
‘Unsurprisingly, the trailer eviscerated my oh-so-low expectations by sinking to the racist low of the 1984 original’
‘[O]ur dependence on coal will continue’
The world-historical navel-gazing of a ‘tragic mulatto’
The EU will emit the extra 2 billion tonnes of carbon dioxide due to an accounting problem.
The governments of the United Kingdom and the Netherlands have fallen victim to similar legal arguments.
Hacktivists claim they seized control of a multimillion dollar GlobalHawk research drone
‘If we sign it will cost us hundreds of millions of dollars and we would never be independent’
Fracking would offer up to $16.5 million in benefits to local governments and communities per fracking site.
The study says that liberals “think less” about the environment and act emotionally, not logically, regarding it.
Someone’s making money, and it isn’t the skeptics
Costs. Costs. Costs.
‘How many pesticides or pheromone disruptors do farmers avoid using because of the services of bats?’
‘We acknowledge that not all individuals who menstruate identify as women’