Call me cynical but I never quite believe claims spills will be limited in scope or cleaned promptly. Even if the use of fossil fuels were completely without adverse consequences, the harm caused by the production and transport process would be reason to move to alternative, renewable energy sources. Here are two more spills to … Continue reading Even those who love fossil fuels should cry about these oil spills
Please, stop fooling yourself. Buying water in plastic bottles is something that should not be part of your life. Get a reusable bottle and a Brita pitcher (if you don't trust your tap water). The plastic not only lasts forever, but reusing it can cause you harm. https://www.aol.com/article/lifestyle/2019/07/30/this-is-why-you-should-never-refill-your-plastic-water-bottle/23782731/ This is why you should never refill … Continue reading Buying water in plastic bottles doesn’t become environmentally good if you refill them
LATER: Everybody loves this new Oasis: https://www.nytimes.com/2019/08/01/technology/personaltech/amazon-kindle-oasis-review-e-reader.html ********** I have an Amazon Kindle Voyage and an Amazon Kindle Oasis. I read voraciously and find myself seeking out books that I can read on a Kindle. They're really amazing altho not suited to all printed material, e.g., maps, charts, colored items. I totally agree with this … Continue reading Extravagant praise for the latest Amazon Kindle Oasis — a gem for heavy readers
From now till end of year, planet will be consuming more than the nature can replenish. https://www.ecowatch.com/earth-overshoot-day-2019-2639438699.html? World Marks Earliest 'Earth Overshoot Day' Deutsche Welle Jul. 29, 2019 07:47AM EST Popular Starting Monday, humanity will consume more resources through the end of 2019 than the planet can sustainably regenerate for the year, according to the … Continue reading We’ve already consumed more resources this year than the planet can regenerate
I don't think this needs commentary. https://news.nationalgeographic.com/2017/03/how-trump-is-changing-science-environment/ A running list of how President Trump is changing environmental policy The Trump administration has promised vast changes to U.S. science and environmental policy—and we’re tracking them here as they happen. 75 Minute Read By Michael Greshko, Laura Parker, Brian Clark Howard, Daniel Stone, Alejandra Borunda, and Sarah … Continue reading Read this and weep — updated list of environmental activity by Trump administration
Interesting story about the increased number of training and deployment deaths caused by overheating. You'll have to click thru to read it. https://www.nbcnews.com/news/us-news/world-grows-hotter-military-grapples-deadly-enemy-it-can-t-n1033051
Yes, flying is one of the worst forms of transportation from an environmental impact side. But, if you must fly, here's one thing you can do to offset the impact of your flights. First, here's an article explaining why flying is so destructive to the worsening climate crisis: https://www.nbcnews.com/mach/science/do-airplane-contrails-add-climate-change-yes-problem-about-get-ncna1034521 Second, since few people will stop … Continue reading What can you do to offset the environmental impact of your air travel?