Climate change and pollution could eliminate nearly all coral reefs by end of century
Nature & Science

Climate change and pollution could eliminate nearly all coral reefs by end of century

Coral reefs around the world are dying and scientists are looking at a variety of ways to save these endangered structures, including growing them in labs and trying to make them pollution-resistant. However, newly presented research says climate change and pollution could eliminate nearly all coral reef habitats on the planet by the end of the century.The research said that warming, acidic…

Please, For the Love of All Things Holy, Stop Pretending Natural Gas Is a ‘Transition Fuel’
Environmental News

Please, For the Love of All Things Holy, Stop Pretending Natural Gas Is a ‘Transition Fuel’

Photo: GettyLook, the story of Wednesday night’s Democratic presidential debate is the very public evisceration of former NYC Mayor Mike Bloomberg. But hey, some other stuff happened, too! Even some climate stuff, including letting Sen. Amy Klobuchar and Bloomberg’s mutilated corpse perpetuate one of the biggest myths in climate politics.The climate portion of the debate…

SOPA: The Western Cape can become emerging market leader in renewable energy – Winde
Green Energy

SOPA: The Western Cape can become emerging market leader in renewable energy – Winde

The Western Cape has some of the world’s best solar and wind resources and has the ability to become the emerging market leader in renewable energy, Premier Alan Winde said in his State of the Province Address on Thursday.Describing Eskom as the “number one handbrake on economic growth”, he elaborated on the provincial government’s four-point…

How Elizabeth Warren answered a hard question about lithium-ion batteries
Renewable Energy

How Elizabeth Warren answered a hard question about lithium-ion batteries

The controversial sourcing of lithium-ion batteries briefly took center stage at the Democratic presidential debate in Las Vegas, Nevada, on Wednesday night in a question directed at Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA). “The tension here in this state is between people who want renewable energy and people who want conservation on public lands,” said moderator Jon…