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Greta Thunberg Urges Political Action at The World Economic Forum in Davos

January 22nd, 2020|Advocacy, Climate Change, Climate denial, Conservation, Environment, Media, Media of the Week, News, News, Policy, science, Sustainability, World, World News|

Greta Thunberg continues to hit world leaders along with major business establishments hard about business practices directly causing climate change and political inaction. At the world economic forum, Thunberg spoke to world economic leaders. Thunberg spoke about inaction and empty words by world leaders and about the urgency of climate change. Thunberg has [...]

60-Second Science is a Great Way to Consume Science Information on the Go

January 15th, 2020|Advocacy, Climate Change, Community, Conservation, Environment, Global Warming, Innovations, Media, Media of the Week, News, News, Renewable Energy News, science, Sustainability, United States|

Scientific American 60-Second Science podcast is a great resource for obtaining a conversational knowledge of various scientific studies and happenings. A recent episode highlights science and technology news from around the globe from Spain’s uncovered Dolmen of Guadalperal due to the summers powerful drought to the discovery of a new species of electric eel [...]

Australian Fires are a Long Way From Being Over

January 8th, 2020|Climate Change, Climate denial, Conservation, Environment, Media, Media of the Week, News, News, World, World News|

Photo: Tracey Nearmy/Reuters According to the University of Sydney, nearly 1 Billion animals are feared dead as a direct and indirect result of the fires that have been catastrophic across the continent. The fires have been ongoing for several months, having been ignited for various reasons but exacerbated by climate change including [...]

The Federal Government May Change the Way Scientific Research is Accessed

January 1st, 2020|Advocacy, Media, Media of the Week, News, News, science, United States|

A rumor has been floating around that the United States government may change the way scientific research is viewed by the public and institutions. The current administration is working on an executive order that would make publicly funded science available for free immediately. The issue has bipartisan support from open-access advocates as well as [...]

AMP Robotics just received $16 Million in Funding to Scale Operations

December 17th, 2019|Environment, Featured Green Innovations, Green New Deal, Innovations, News, News, Recycling, Sustainability, Technology, United States, Waste|

Photo: AMP Robotics AMP Robotics, based outside of Boulder, CO, uses an intelligent robotics system to create positive change in the recycling industry. The AI robots perform physical tasks that have been largely performed by humans like sorting, picking, and moving materials. The AMP Cortex applies technology that simulates the brain, [...]

A New UCLA Study Reveals Future Annual Arctic Sea Ice Loss Between 2044-2067

November 20th, 2019|Climate Change, Climate denial, Conservation, Environment, Media of the Week, News, News, Ocean, science, World, World News|

Photo: UCLA A new UCLA study reveals that arctic sea ice may become ice free for part of every year between the years 2044 and 2067. Human caused climate change has been steadily warming the arctic for decades. The study was conducted by UCLA Climate Scientists. Throughout the history of humans [...]