• New Study: Corals Adapt Genes In Response To Environmental Stress

    • Date: 20/08/18
    • Phys.org
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    Scientists have discovered the first molecular evidence that corals and anemones can optimize their gene expression when exposed to environmental stress, enabling them to acclimatize to extreme conditions such as those experienced during climate change. “In a nutshell, we could train toughened corals in nurseries to improve their thermal resilience, helping them to better cope […]

  • Turmoil Down Under: Turnbull Leadership Challenge ‘Almost Inevitable’

    • Date: 20/08/18
    • Sam Duncan, Daily Mail Australia
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    Malcolm Turnbull is forced into a humiliating backdown on energy policy as pressure mounts on him to quit as Prime Minister – with MPs now in ‘open revolt’ against his leadership. —Malcolm Turnbull announced raft of major National Energy Guarantee changes— —Queensland Liberal National Party president urged MPs to withdraw support— —Gary Spence said half […]

  • Surge in Coal Use Scuttling Climate Change Efforts

    • Date: 20/08/18
    • Pratch Rujivanarom, The Nation
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    A worldwide rebound in coal trading is disrupting efforts to mitigate global warming and prevent climate change. Energy analysts expect coal consumption in Southeast Asia and India to grow, as demand for the cheapest fuel is driving rapid economic expansion and offering big profits to investors in the electricity sector. Environmentalists across the world are […]

  • Canadian Tidal Energy Project Collapses

    • Date: 20/08/18
    • Paul O’Donoghue, The Times
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    Cape Sharp Tidal project to close One of Canada’s largest utility companies has pulled the plug on a tidal energy project after the collapse of Open Hydro. Emera, a public energy company, has announced that it is withdrawing from its involvement in the Cape Sharp Tidal project in the Bay of Fundy in Nova Scotia […]

  • Bags of Wet Logs Banned in Fight Against Pollution

    • Date: 20/08/18
    • Ben Webster, The Times
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    Sales of cheap bags of logs that have not been fully dried will be banned under government plans to tackle air pollution. People with wood-burning stoves and open fires will have to pay more for authorised, ready-to-burn wood, which has been dried for two years, or buy very large loads of “wet wood”. Michael Gove, […]

  • Surge in coal use scuttling climate change efforts

    • Date: 20/08/18
    • Pratch Rujivanarom, The Nation
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    A WORLDWIDE rebound in coal trading is disrupting efforts to mitigate global warming and prevent climate change. Energy analysts expect coal consumption in Southeast Asia and India to grow, as demand for the cheapest fuel is driving rapid economic expansion and offering big profits to investors in the electricity sector. Environmentalists across the world are […]

  • Tesla Shares Plunge 8pc Following Disastrous NYT Interview

    • Date: 17/08/18
    • Kate Rooney, CNBC
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    Tesla shares are getting slammed after Elon Musk’s off-kilter interview with the NYT Shares dropped more than 8 percent after a New York Times piece outlined serious struggles for CEO Elon Musk. The paper also reported that the board is concerned over Musk’s use of Ambien and recreational drugs, and that Musk and members are […]

  • Will Climate Change Make You Neck Yourself?

    • Date: 17/08/18
    • Arthur Chrenkoff, Spectator Australia
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    To go with all the forecasts of floods, fires, pestilence and plague from climate catastrophists we have a new warning of doom. Climate change will make you neck yourself. Or so says one of the latest studies: Global warming doesn’t just hurt the planet’s health — it harms people’s too. An alarming new study from Stanford […]

  • Australian PM Dumps Paris Target

    • Date: 17/08/18
    • Andrew Probyn, ABC News
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    Malcolm Turnbull has capitulated to rebels in his own party, dumping a plan to embed Paris Agreement targets into national legislation. To appease critics and lessen the prospect of a backbench revolt, the Prime Minister will instead propose setting emissions targets by regulation, which does not need the assent of Parliament. The reconfigured climate and […]

  • The ‘Brazilian Trump’ Leading the Presidential Race Wants to Leave the Paris Climate Accord

    • Date: 16/08/18
    • Michael Bastasch, The Daily Caller
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    Brazil’s leading presidential candidate, the right-wing Jair Bolsonaro, wants to follow in the footsteps of President Donald Trump and take his country out of the Paris climate agreement. Bolsonaro mentioned taking Brazil out of the Paris accord when he announced his presidential bid in late July. Bolsonaro retweeted a picture of his son, Edward, with former […]

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