A small unit of climate scientists, supported financially by notable billionaires, is lobbying governments and international organizations to back experiments in geoengineering
Aactivist group 350 called on everyone to send half a million messages to the Senate by the end of the day demanding "back the President and make sure this pipeline doesn't get built."
Apparently, the world could use some sunshades. At least, that is one of the many options being considered.
An estimated 12,000 tar sands protesters encircled the White House, Nov. 6, chanting, "Stop the pipeline, stop the greed, and give the people what they need."
The AFL-CIO of Texas is working with United Way organizations to set up a Union Wildfire Relief Fund and aid the victims of the Texas wilfire disaster.
This summer has been the second hottest on record, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration reported last week. And there's more.
The giant dust cloud rolled over the city of Phoenix on July 5.
The worst flood in four decades has hit Minot, N.D. Water from the Souris River is predicted to begin pouring over dikes, which led authorities to order the evacuation of 12,000 people there,
Investigators were questioning "persons of interest" in regard to the origin of the blaze, but campfire mishaps aren't the only cause of the fires.
Earlier this month, House Republicans rejected three amendments stating that global warming is real, poses a threat and is caused by humans.