environment

air pollutionOhio Nuclear Power Saves Lives and Money

Ohio has had power generation that has been over 60% coal power for decades. It was 80% coal power. Nuclear power has been generating 14% or more of the electricity in Ohio. Until recently it is clear that if Ohio …

energyJapan and German Emissions Went Up After Nuclear Shutdowns

Japan’s emissions went up after nuclear reactors were shutdown after Fukushima Tsunami. Germany’s emissions also went up for 3 out of four years after nuclear energy shutdowns. Following the March 2011 Fukushima nuclear disaster, Germany permanently shut down eight of …

chinaOnly Morocco is on Track to Meet Paris Climate Agreement

Only Morocco is on track to meet a 1.5C Paris Climate Agreement according to the Climate Action Tracker (CAT). The US is critically insufficient and China is insufficient. India is on track to a 2.0C-degree level. With the release of …

climate changeWe Have Room to Add 35% More Trees Globally to Store 160 Billion Tons of CO2

There is enough room to plant another 1.2 trillion trees on Earth. If we plant 1.2 trillion trees this could cancel out the last 10 years of CO2 emissions and sequester 160 billion tons of CO2. Above – Potentially possible …

agricultureClimate Doomers Demand We Change Everything Instead of Guilt-Free Actual Fixes

There is another doomer scenario that civilization will collapse because of climate change. This new doomer report is from the Australian National Centre for Climate Restoration. All of the climate change doomer scenarios assume that the only way to adjust …

canadaMission Innovation for Clean Energy Solutions

At the 4th Mission Innovation (MI) Ministerial meeting, Mission Innovation (MI) members announced bold new projects and collaborations that will push clean energy research and innovation forward with the aim of bringing affordable, reliable clean energy to communities around …

chinaNortheast China Made a Lot More Ozone-Destroying Gas

Researchers used high-frequency atmospheric observations from Gosan, South Korea, and Hateruma, Japan, and global monitoring data and atmospheric chemical transport model simulations to determine that manufacturers in northeastern China increased production of ozone-destroying CFCs by about 7000 tons per year …