In the future, millions of artificial dandelion seeds carrying pollen could be dispersed freely by natural winds and then steered by light toward specific areas with trees or flowers awaiting pollination.
The satellite will be able to pinpoint individual emitters such as coal-fired power plants or cement production sites.
It is easy for anyone to say that they are against fossil fuels. Opposition to coal, oil and natural gas is fashionable and will prompt heads to nod and even hands to applaud in most places.
f you look at all the news about saving us from global climate change, not one world leader, not one environmentalist in America, not one TV network, not NPR, not PBS, will name the driver: human overpopulation.
Imagine you dedicated your life to environmentalism and all of its assumptions. Then imagine you realize those assumptions are all wrong. What would you do? Entrepreneur Brian Gitt tells his personal story and where it led him.
Bet you didn't know you can produce clothing from coal.
BlackRock, the world's biggest asset manager, has faced increasing backlash about environmental, social, and governance (ESG) investing. A handful of US states have pulled billions of dollars from BlackRock funds over accusations of "greenwashing,"
Siemens AG chairman said the future will bring proteins that are zero carbon, healthier and tastier than meat
Dr Jordan B Peterson and Dr. Steven Koonin discuss the IPCC reports ?" the globally sourced research on climate change ?" and how policymakers take summaries of summaries from these to justify their green agenda, despite what the reports actually
Carbon Credits Are the Biggest Scam Since Indulgences--How You Can Avoid Being Fleeced
"Time to complete charge: Friday at 8:30 am and range increase is one mile per hour..."
This is the first episode of our new series "Overlooked," a deep dive into Stephen King/Stanley Kubrick's "The Shining". We have five episodes (but there may possibly be a sixth, an epilogue). The series starts with the foundation of "The Environment
The same people who insisted that "masks" would prevent the emitting of viral material ?" even from people who weren't sick ?" also insist that high-voltage electric batteries powering high-output electric motors will prevent the emitting of
How about a side of government overreach with dinner? A federal agency wants to ban that gas stove in your kitchen - for the children, of course.
The Mississippi River sweeps millions of bottles, cans, tires, oil, plastic bags and containers, along with junk of every description, and chemicals into the Gulf of Mexico 24/7. Somebody is cleaning it up.
Record warm to record cold and back again, the climate engineers are completely out of control. Flash freezes are turning to flash warmups, flash flooding, thunderstorms and tornados.
'We screwed up the atmosphere, and now we have a moral obligation to fix things!'
Chinese researchers say they've demonstrated a seawater electrolyzer that works as efficiently as a commercial freshwater electrolyzer for months on end without corroding itself to death.
It isn't easy being green. America's would-be second lithium mine hit a major speed bump on Wednesday, as federal wildlife officials declared that a flower known to exist only on that property is endangered.
The move comes despite his call on owners to fix rather than sell climate-damaging assets.
The late, great Julian Simon spent decades battling intellectually against biologists and zoologists who were convinced that human population growth, if governments did not hold it in check with draconian measures, would spell doom for multitudes of
The proposed mine in Cumbria would dig up coking coal for steel production in the UK and across the world.
...to Comply With EU Environmental Rules
But that huge added capacity allegedly will only serve as back-up for renewable energies. "The power plants will likely never operate at full capacity."
There's been talk about McDonald's in southwest Great Britain could print car license plates on drive-thru bags to prevent customers from littering.
"There was a great store of wild turkeys, of which they took many," the Mayflower arrival William Bradford wrote in his journal, during his first autumn in Plymouth, in 1621. Bradford didn't eat turkey at that first Thanksgiving, because, reall