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Localism Fri Nov 10 2017 16:01:06 GMT+0000 (UTC)
WHERE THE PARTY'S AT -- A U.S. government report says human industry is very likely the primary cause of climate change.
But perhaps the scariest part of the report is what we dont know.On Friday, the U.S. Global Change Research Program — supported by 13 federal agencies — officially released the fourth National Climate Assessment. Its conclusion: H
Bee was hoping to "scare the denial" out of climate change deniers.In Wednesday’s episode ofFull Frontal, the late-night host invites eight climate change deniers to experience life on an Earth irreparably damaged by global warming, hoping
COP23 was supposed to be an uneventful review of global climate goals. That was before President Trump said he would withdraw theU.S. from the deal.On Monday, Nov. 6, 200 signatories of the Paris climate agreement will congregate in Bonn, Germany, fo
A report finds poor countries are already grappling with health effects caused by a warming planet.A new Lancet report finds that poor countries are already feeling disproportionate health effects from a warming planet. Among those already suffering
Trump's scientifically challenged pick for USDA science chief is reportedly under scrutiny.Sam Clovis — the manslated tobecome the USDA’s chief scientist — encouraged an advisor to the Trump campaign tomeet with a Russia
A leading climate scientist who has dedicated his career to proving the feasibility of transitioning the world off fossil fuels walks the walk with his personal home. Professor of civil & environmental engineering and director of the Atmosphe
A new breed of solar panel can do double duty on greenhouse roofs by not only generating renewable electricity, but also by using a light-altering dye to help optimize photosynthesis in the plants beneath them. A new breed of solar panel can do doubl
Report reveals large gap between government pledges and the reductions needed to prevent dangerous global warming Source: The GuardianReport reveals large gap between government pledges and the reductions needed to prevent dangerous global warming So
COP21 ultimately led to the groundbreaking 2015 Paris Agreement. Now, two years later, world leaders are meeting in Bonn, Germany to talk climate action at COP23, and how they can speed up implementation of the landmark deal's goals without support f
The United States is now the only nation on Earth not on board with working together to solve climate change.During the COP23 climate conference in Bonn, Germany, delegates from Syria’s government announced it will sign the Paris climate ac
Left to right: Wendy Janzen, Trent Bauman, Juanita Metzger, Kai Bender, Levi Bender and Chip Bender stand with some of the produce from the community garden at Uniroyal Goodrich Park in Kitchener. – David Bebee,Record staff file photo The C
CBO finds total price tag marks 25% increase from previous estimate. Source: The GuardianCBO finds total price tag marks 25% increase from previous estimate. Source: The Guardian
The tech pioneer turned investor talks meat, batteries and cement The tech pioneer turned investor talks meat, batteries and cement
This self-built dwelling combines some clever ideas and uses reclaimed materials. This self-built dwelling combines some clever ideas and uses reclaimed materials.
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Did we miss any TreeHugger buttons there? Hermann Kaufmann shows that you can have it all. Did we miss any TreeHugger buttons there? Hermann Kaufmann shows that you can have it all.
Global carbon pollution appears to be close to peaking Source:The GuardianGlobal carbon pollution appears to be close to peaking Source:The Guardian
This stunning modernist guest home bears little similarity to its previous form: an old concrete barn for horses. Design-build firm The Construction Zone led the adaptive reuse project, the Barn Guest House, transforming the old horse stalls into roo
Turning a problem into a solution for the building industry, on a large scale. Turning a problem into a solution for the building industry, on a large scale.
This home for a family of three and two cats has been built with efficiency, comfort and health in mind. This home for a family of three and two cats has been built with efficiency, comfort and health in mind.
In light of all the dire news related to climate change, rising sea levels and the natural disasters which have stricken numerous coastal areas around the world, we here at Inhabitat would like to highlight an interview Inhabitat Editor-in-Chief Jill
[Editors note: Today, the 23rd annual U.N. climate talks begin in Bonn, Germany, and this week Civil Eats continues to explore agricultures role in causingand mitigatingclimate change. In addition to this interview with David Montgomery, be sure to a
Meet Tetramorium immigrans. I have never been more pleased to report a taxonomic name change than this one. Long called “Tetramorium caespitum”, then “Tetramorium species E” once it became clear the EurasianT.
As climate change raises ocean temperatures, ice shelves become thinner and more susceptible to breakage.New research in the journal Geophysical Research Letters confirms that 139 glaciers are exposed to the melting influence of ocean water, many of
KLEMTU, GREAT BEAR RAINFOREST, BRITISH COLUMBIA – There are stories about the white bears that hide in the deep forest of British Columbias coast. Old stories, handed down from one generation to the next for thousands of years, since the la
Raiders’ 320-pound lineman Marshall Newhouse just wanted a touchdown.Offensive linemen rarely get the glory they deserve. They wind upcovered in blood and sweat in the trenches while flashy wide receivers, running backs, and quarterbacks ge
This is a 28′ long tiny house called the Pacific Harmony out of Battleground, Washington. It is listed for sale on Handcrafted Movement for $81,000 $79,000. Please enjoy, learn more, and re-share below. Thank you! The Pacific Harmony Tiny H
UN warns that drastic action is needed to meet climate targets set in the Paris agreement Source: The GuardianUN warns that drastic action is needed to meet climate targets set in the Paris agreement Source: The Guardian
Many organic tomatoes or peppers are grown in greenhouses, where they get nutrients from water. Critics say that violates the spirit of "organic."
This is a tiny house located in Europe with rock climbing siding. It belongs toElke Rab and is featured on his Facebook page called My Tiny Home. Please enjoy, learn more, and re-share below. Thank you! Custom Tiny Home on Wheels w/ Rock Climbing Sid
This is a 200 sq. ft. tiny house on wheels out of Austin, TX. It is listed on Tiny Home Builders for $34,000. Please enjoy, learn more, and re-share below. Thank you! Cedar Haven Tiny House Highlights Built in 2016 Austin, Tx Made of reclaimed wood a
School lunch has changed since the days of mystery meat, swampy broccoli, and canned fruitbut not much. Thanks to a set of rules that went into effect in 2014, most schools now serve a little more fresh fruit and vegetables, more whole grains, and le
Over the past few decades, more and more households have decided to forego adopting a cat or dog and instead have opted to take in a reptile companion. However, vets are split on whether this is a good idea for both humans and the animals themselves.
The dominance of these companies requires that the government consider their role in the integrity of our democracy, writes Senator Al Franken. Source: The GuardianThe dominance of these companies requires that the government consider their role in t
Swedish company Plantagon believes that plantscrapers' are the way of the futureand part of solution to the global food crisis. Part urban farm, part skyscraper, these vertical greenhouses could provide large-scale organic food production in cities,
For centuries, its been a way of life in rural Maine: If you needed some vegetables or a chicken for a Sunday stew, all you had to do was pay a visit to your local farmer. Money might be exchanged. Or a service might be bartered. There might even be
In an extraordinary career, Gus Schumacher was instrumental in harnessing government programs and public budgets to accelerate participation of low-income people at farmers markets as customers, helping them access the health benefits that go along w
Damien Hirst is the lord of Toddington Manor. The old manor house was drawn by Kip in the eighteenth century and rebuilt as a gothic revival mansion in the nineteenth century. Hirst uses the manor for his art collection and I hope he is making a YBA
Editors note: Starting today in Jacksonville, Florida, the National Organic Standards Board (NOSB) is convening one of its twice-yearly public meetings. This week, the board is considering proposed changes to the National Organic Program (NOP) to inc
There is a tiny house village being created near Woodstock, NY. The units are built by Escape and are available asvacation rentals. Highlights 4 units are being added Built by Escape Featuring the Vista, ONE, Traveler XL, Vintage XL and Traveler 2 ho