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There’s no chance of Boris Johnson’s government implementing any of Extinction Rebellion’s “three demands” to save the climate and biodiversity. So...
openDemocracy · 17 Jan
Or, is it even possible to create regenerative businesses in a degenerative economic system?
Medium · 17 Jan
By optimizing reinforcement-learning algorithms, DeepMind uncovered new details about how dopamine helps the brain learn.
MIT Technology Review · 16 Jan
New climate models show carbon dioxide is a more potent greenhouse gas than previously understood, a finding that could push the Paris treaty goals...
phys.org · 16 Jan
The left-wing group Momentum is facing a backlash over its “ludicrous” ballot of members for the Labour leadership, with just one option for both l...
The Independent · 16 Jan
Our investigations show how the Tories won big
openDemocracy · 16 Jan
What is the main difference between the winners and losers of history? Answer: Getting the attractors right.[i] Whereas the amateur studies how the...
Metamoderna · 16 Jan
Slovakia is set to become the latest European country to come under the influence of the far right, with polls predicting major gains for neo-Nazis...
The Independent · 16 Jan
Smoke from huge fires is expected to travel back to Australia after circling the globe, Nasa says.
BBC News · 16 Jan
Researchers foresee myriad benefits for humanity, but also acknowledge ethical issues
The Guardian · 13 Jan
The jail mistakenly saved surveillance footage from the wrong cell block, prosecutors say.
BBC News · 13 Jan
The problem with calling another living being “it.” Photosynthesis envy. The renewal of the world for the privilege of breath. Mosses as a celebrat...
The On Being Project · 13 Jan
A group of mental health professionals have warned Congress it must act urgently to demand Donald Trump undergo an evaluation to determine his cont...
The Independent · 9 Jan
Scientists are replacing crops and livestock with food made in factories from microbes and water. It may save humanity’s bacon, says Guardian colum...
Critics see a concerted effort to shift blame, protect conservative leaders and divert attention from climate change.
The New York Times · 9 Jan
Activists say Democratic climate proposals won’t be able to pass until lawmakers put a stop to oil companies are trying to rebrand themselves
Some key facts about the size, intensity and devastating impact of the fires.
World Economic Forum · 9 Jan
Donald Trump Jr was among those who retweeted misleading figures published by News Corp
.. While many of us are working to ensure that the Occupy movement will have a lasting impact, it’s worthwhile to consider other countries where ma...
Common Dreams · 9 Jan
Key questions answered as over a dozen ballistic missiles launched by Tehran at two bases housing US troops in Iraq.
AJENews · 8 Jan
The catastrophic bushfires raging across much of Australia have not only taken a huge human and economic toll, but also delivered heavy blows to bi...
phys.org · 8 Jan
It takes extra effort to unplug from the digital distractions and frenetic energy of the modern world. Here are 20 practical things you can start t...
Live Learn Evolve · 8 Jan
The Australia wildfires are a countrywide catastrophe, mainly caused by drought and extreme heat, but dozens of people are directly to blame for so...
CNN · 8 Jan
The horrendous wildfires that have been raging in Australia since September have now become some intense that smoke has reached South America, some...
indy100 · 7 Jan
Lords reform and PR must be part of radical political reform, says leadership contender
Reduced working hours can boost productivity and cut carbon emissions. Here’s the evidence behind the idea
"Corruption and capitalism has killed our rivers." Bruce Shillingsworth calls for Australia to wake up, and stop profiting on water.
Facebook · 7 Jan
The global low-carbon revolution could be at risk unless new international agreements and governance mechanisms are put in place to ensure a sustai...
phys.org · 7 Jan
The traditional Warren House Inn in Dartmoor, Devon is more than a mile from the nearest farm
devonlive · 7 Jan
City councillors unveil ‘unashamedly ambitious’ goal to cut carbon emissions
The most direct and strongest evidence for the accelerating universe with dark energy is provided by the distance measurements using type Ia supern...
phys.org · 7 Jan
The US president has warned Iran he will obliterate its cultural sites. Here is our guide to the nation’s jewels, from hilltop citadels to a disco-...
The Guardian · 6 Jan
The death toll from flooding in the Indonesian capital of Jakarta has risen to 66, authorities say, with two people still missing after the megalop...
CNN · 6 Jan
It's the most powerful greenhouse gas you've never heard of, and levels in the atmosphere are soaring.
BBC News · 6 Jan
On average, Australians are willing to chip in an extra $200 a year to prevent climate change. It turns out that money could go a long way.
ABC News · 6 Jan
How the Current System Works The Questions to Ask Custodians of Planet Earth Resources for Waking Up The heartbreak, outrage and fear of the future...
Live Learn Evolve · 6 Jan
By Bertie Russell , Research Associate, Urban Institute, University of Sheffield The case for ambitious and transformative environmental po...
THE ALTERNATIVE UK · 6 Jan
As bushfires and drought ravage the nation, hundreds of Yuin people have gathered at the foot of Mount Gulaga for a historic healing ceremony on th...
ABC News · 5 Jan
The Australian bushfires are apocalyptic enough to stoke anyone’s climate-crisis fears. But we were happy to see our friend and colleague Kather...
THE ALTERNATIVE UK · 5 Jan
If President Trump was watching Fox News at Mar-a-Lago on Thursday night, he got a violently mixed messages on his order to assassinate Iranian Gen...
theweek · 5 Jan
New Zealanders are phoning emergency services to report a glowing orange sky as smoke drifts across the Tasman Sea from Australia’s bushfires.
PerthNow · 5 Jan
A sobering reminder of the megafire's far-reaching effects.
Mashable · 5 Jan
Bushfires ravaging Australia have now killed at least 17 people and created a plume of smoke thought to be present over an area greater than that o...
The Independent · 5 Jan
If powerful enough, a pyrocumulonimbus storm can generate a fire tornado, which happened during the Canberra bushfires in 2003.
World Economic Forum · 5 Jan
Cheaper fares as Deutsche Bahn passes on to customers the government’s cut on VAT
The Guardian · 5 Jan
AI has helped us decode ancient languages, and now researchers are turning the same technique to help understand our pets
WIRED UK · 29 Dec 2019
Ancient building found 100 miles west of Cancùn estimated to be more than 1,000 years old
The Guardian · 28 Dec 2019
“The oligarchs have discovered the formula for persuading the poor to vote for the interests of the very rich” Watch Full 48 Minute Interview Here...
YouTube · 27 Dec 2019
Electricity generated from renewables surpassed power from gas for the first time in the three months from July to September, official figures show...
The Independent · 26 Dec 2019
Works by 35 artists, designers and musicians feature in exhibition opening in January
The Guardian · 26 Dec 2019
“While many Greens believe Labour is our friend, their tactics in elections show clearly that they see us as their key opponent.” Following another...
Green World · 24 Dec 2019
Thieves stole roughly 80,000 gallons of water in a region of Australia that’s suffering from one of the worst droughts in the history of the countr...
Earther · 20 Dec 2019
The death toll from the unprecedented crisis has reached eight and sparked an apology from the prime minister
The Guardian · 20 Dec 2019
And surprise, the U.S. helped screw it up.
Grist · 19 Dec 2019
As a case in the US alleges links between tech companies and child miners in Congo, the Guardian’s global environment editor assesses the dangers o...
The Guardian · 19 Dec 2019
Charles' website https://charleseisenstein.org is under construction right now, so check out https://sacred-economics.com Discover more at http:...
YouTube · 18 Dec 2019
There’s nothing in principle wrong with voting, so long as you recognise its limitations. Voting can be an effective way of gauging how a group f...
Human Organising Co · 18 Dec 2019
By now, anyone who hasn’t been living under a rock knows that the Conservative Party had a great election night. But one person who didn’t was form...
indy100 · 18 Dec 2019
As the big dry bites and temperature records tumble, Aboriginal people in Alice Springs say global heating threatens their culture and very survival
The Guardian · 18 Dec 2019
Other neural nets haven’t progressed beyond simple addition and multiplication, but this one calculates integrals and solves differential equations.
MIT Technology Review · 17 Dec 2019
From finding the building blocks for life on Mars to breakthroughs in gene editing and the rise of artificial intelligence, here are six major scie...
phys.org · 17 Dec 2019