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House GOP seeks new restrictions on use of US oil stockpile

no EC Rocky Mount Telegram | 2023-01-27, 23:50

WASHINGTON — For the second time this month, House Republicans have advanced a measure to restrict presidential use of the nation’s emergency oil stockpile — a proposal that has already drawn a White House veto threat. A GOP bill approved Friday would require

Connecting the Dots: Group action is a time-honored tradition

Greenfield Recorder | 2023-01-27, 22:49

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These 10 Grocery Stores Sell the Most Organic Produce—and Yes, Costco Makes the List!

no EC Henry Herald | 2023-01-27, 22:08

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House GOP Passes Bill to Restrict Biden's Use of Emergency Oil Stockpile

NBC Bay Area | 2023-01-27, 21:49

For the second time this month, House Republicans have advanced a measure to restrict presidential use of the nation’s emergency oil stockpile — a proposal that has already drawn a White House veto threat. A GOP bill approved Friday would require the

The Fed is out of touch on climate

The Hill | 2023-01-27, 21:23

On Jan. 10, Federal Reserve (Fed) Chair Jerome Powell explained that if the U.S. central bank is to maintain its independence, it cannot “and will not be, a climate policymaker.” While California suffers in

Musk meets with Biden officials on electric vehicles

The Hill | 2023-01-27, 21:23

Tesla and Twitter magnate Elon Musk met Friday with White House officials to discuss electrification and electric vehicles. Musk sat down with Mitch Landrieu and John Podesta, who are in charge of the implementation of the bipartisan infrastructure law and the

Reducing anesthetics during surgery decreases greenhouse gases without affecting patient care, study shows (ASA - American Society of Anesthesiologists)

Public Technologies | 2023-01-27, 21:07

) ORLANDO, Fla.- Anesthesiologists can play a role in reducing the greenhouse gas emissions that contribute to global warming by decreasing the amount of anesthetic gas provided during procedures without compromising patient care, suggests new research being

Jared Golden backs GOP bill to limit Joe Biden’s use of oil stockpile

Bangor Daily News | 2023-01-27, 20:28

WASHINGTON –- For the second time this month, House Republicans have advanced a measure to restrict presidential use of the nation’s emergency oil stockpile – a proposal that has already drawn a White House veto threat. A GOP bill approved Friday

Four possible consequences of El Niño returning in 2023

Phys Dot Org | 2023-01-27, 20:22

Every two to seven years, the equatorial Pacific Ocean gets up to 3°C warmer (what we know as an El Niño event) or colder (La Niña) than usual, triggering a cascade of effects felt around the world. This cycle is called the El Niño Southern Oscillation (ENSO)

Invasive Plants Use Roads To Colonise Swiss Alps

MENA FN | 2023-01-27, 20:13

(MENAFN - Swissinfo) Transport routes disturb floral habitats, making it easier for invasive plant species to take root. Keystone / Ge Global warming and transport networks have contributed to a ... ...

Get Wild: My gift to Colorado — preserving Colorado’s treasures one photo at a time

Summit Daily | 2023-01-27, 19:53

For 40 years I have worked as a nature photographer and publisher to promote the protection of Colorado’s ranches, open space and wild lands in Colorado and beyond. I believe that humanity will not survive without the preservation of biodiversity on Earth and

Proposal to amend the NYSE Listed Company Manual to adopt a new listing standard for the listing of Natural Asset Companies. (NYSE Group Inc)

Public Technologies | 2023-01-27, 19:09

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Study: Enough rare earth minerals to fuel green energy shift (Business)

Castanet | 2023-01-27, 18:16

Refined tellurium at the Rio Tinto Kennecott refinery in Magna, Utah. The world has enough rare earth minerals and other critical raw materials to switch from fossil fuels to renewable energy to produce electricity and limit global warming, according to a new

Lots of sound and fury on US debt, but not a crisis — yet

The Associated Press | 2023-01-27, 18:10

WASHINGTON (AP) — For the second time this month, House Republicans have advanced a measure to restrict presidential use of the nation’s emergency oil stockpile — a proposal that has already drawn a White House veto threat. A GOP bill approved Friday would

Study: Enough rare earth minerals to fuel green energy shift

Federal News Radio | 2023-01-27, 18:09

The world has enough rare earth minerals and other critical raw materials to switch from fossil fuels to renewable energy to produce electricity and limit global warming, according to a new study that counters concerns about the supply of such minerals. With a

Is it a car or an SUV? In the EV credits debate, it depends on ...

The Los Angeles Times | 2023-01-27, 18:02

General Motors has taken a central role in pushing the Treasury Department to change how the government defines a sport utility vehicle and expand how many buyers can get electric-vehicle tax credits under President Biden’s Inflation Reduction Act. Billions of

Novel technique developed to produce hydrogen peroxide without emitting carbon dioxide

Phys Dot Org | 2023-01-27, 17:07

A study published in ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces describes a novel method of producing hydrogen peroxide (H2O2) without emitting carbon dioxide (CO2), one of the main greenhouse gases and one of the world's most widely produced chemicals. Hydrogen

Alien plant species are spreading rapidly in mountainous areas, says new monitoring study

Phys Dot Org | 2023-01-27, 17:07

Many mountain ranges contain semi-natural habitats experiencing little human interference. They are home to many animal and plant species, some of them endemic and highly specialized. Mountains have also been largely spared by invasions of alien plant species

Gas stoves: Why did they become the pariah du jour?

Phys Dot Org | 2023-01-27, 17:07

One-third of U.S. households—more than 40 million homes—cook with gas. There has been much consternation about the danger of gas stoves in the news lately and talk of banning them since a Consumer Product Safety commissioner recently suggested the move.

Climate havens for plants, wildlife may protect species from extinction if warming limited

Michigan Live | 2023-01-27, 16:55

EAST LANSING, MICH. – Michigan and two other U.S. states are protecting climate haven habitats for plants and wildlife at a faster rate than the rest of the nation, according to new research from Michigan State University scientists. Alaska and California join

Global elitists deal in fear mongering at forum on climate change | Letter

Lehigh Valley | 2023-01-27, 16:40

The annual World Economic Forum held in Davos, Switzerland never ceases to amaze. The theme is consistently one of global elitists’ control over us little people. Of course, advancing the global-warming agenda is their critical tool. And while the attendees

World ‘has enough rare earth minerals to fuel shift to green energy’

Irish Independent | 2023-01-27, 16:38

The world has enough rare earth minerals and other critical raw materials to switch from fossil fuels to renewable energy to produce electricity and limit global warming, according to a study. With a push to get more electricity from solar panels, wind

20pc of students are asking parents to install solar new survey shows

Irish Independent | 2023-01-27, 16:21

Nearly a quarter (23pc) of students consider the carbon footprint of the food they buy and have changed their eating habits to help fight climate change, according to a recent BT Young Scientist survey. Over half of the 515 students surveyed, which were

In 2023, the climate story is more urgent than ever. Will journalists rise to meet ...

Columbia Journalism Review | 2023-01-27, 14:27

Editor’s note: This column, part of Covering Climate Now, is published in collaboration with the Korea Press Foundation. The February issue of KPF’s Newspaper & Broadcasting magazine digs into how journalists everywhere are covering the climate story and

Science Based Targets: With science to climate protection (Fabasoft AG)

Public Technologies | 2023-01-27, 13:18

) Science Based Targets: With science to climate protection Margret Rohn Created on 27. January 2023 The advancing climate change requires the realization of the "net-zero target" agreed at the 2015 Paris Climate Conference. Environmentally conscious

Energy in a low-carbon world: trade in fossil fuels plummets, global energy self-sufficiency increases (European Commission - Directorate General for Climate Action)

Public Technologies | 2023-01-27, 13:18

) Limiting global warming to 1.5°C sees world emissions fall by 85% by 2050 compared to today's levels, according to the latest edition of the annual Global Energy and Climate Outlook (GECO) report. The share of fossil fuels in global energy trade drops by 80%

In California’s Imperial Valley, farmers brace for a future with less Colorado River water

The Los Angeles Times | 2023-01-27, 13:14

HOLTVILLE, Calif. — Just north of the California-Mexico border, the All-American Canal cuts across 80 miles of barren, dune-swept desert. Up to 200 feet wide and 20 feet deep, the canal delivers the single largest share of Colorado River water to

Ancient Near-Primates Oldest Ever Found Above Arctic Circle

IFL Science | 2023-01-27, 12:40

When you think of primates in their natural habitat, your first instinct probably isn’t to imagine them hanging out in the Arctic. But the new discovery of two previously unknown species of prehistoric near-primates, dating back a whopping 52 million years,

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