Playing For The Environment

The United Nations’ Ozone Secretariat launched a mobile video game aimed at adolescents on Wednesday to raise awareness about the importance of preserving the Earth’s ozone layer and protecting the planet. The game, titled “Reset Earth,” is based on an animated film of the same name that premiered on January 24, “World Education Day,”…

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Is The Arctic Warming Up Faster Than We Thought?

The Arctic is once again at the centre of geopolitical and strategic discussions, mainly for one reason — climate change — and it is imperative to act now, write Virginijus Sinkevicius and Boris Herrmann. It is imperative to act now and act together because what happens in the Arctic, doesn’t stay in the Arctic….

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Fracking activity stabilizing even with decreased demand for oilfield services

Halliburton Company (NYSE: HAL), North America’s largest provider of fracking services, sees activity stabilizing across the shale patch as it announced another net loss this year due to decreased demand for oilfield services. “In international markets, the rate of activity declines is slowing, while the structure of the North American industry continues to strengthen…

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Electric Vehicles Are Not Be As Clean As You May Think

In reality, the ultimate issue we are led to believe is how easily, led by an alleged scientific consensus, enlightened Western governments will "decarbonize" with renewable energy in a scramble to save the planet from an imminent climate catastrophe. Calling for full mitigation of carbon emissions within three decades, the 'net zero by 2050'…

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Global Climate Strikes Resume Calling For Urgent Action

Also in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic, school students, youth activists and communities around the world have turned out for a day of climate strikes to demonstrate the severity of the climate crisis. The demonstrations were dampened by social distancing and other Covid-19 regulation mechanisms, but thousands of activists have posted on social…

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