Global Warming and Climate Change News

19 Western species won’t receive federal protections.
Monday October 09th 2017, 10:00 AM

The animals range from minuscule Nevada mollusks to dwindling Pacific walruses. [News Source]

Courts thwart administration’s effort to rescind Obama-era environmental regulations.
Monday October 09th 2017, 10:00 AM

The rapid-fire push by the Trump administration to wipe out significant chunks of the Obama environmental legacy is running into a not-so-minor complication: Judges. [News Source]

High marine extinction risk by 2100.
Monday October 09th 2017, 10:00 AM

If marine extinction is not a reality for many species by the end of this century, scientists say, it will certainly be a strong probability. [News Source]

Panelists: Dangerous inaction on rising seas.
Monday October 09th 2017, 10:00 AM

Experts on coastal policy said during a recent forum in Raleigh that state and local officials are doing too little to adapt to and head off damage from sea level rise. [News Source]

Following the family tradition, Chris Darwin is leading the fight to protect animals from extinction.
Monday October 09th 2017, 10:00 AM

Great, great grandson of Charles Darwin says we must change our diet to prevent more wildlife dying off. [News Source]

Trump’s plan to bail out failing fossil fuels with taxpayer subsidies is perverse.
Monday October 09th 2017, 10:00 AM

Coal can no longer compete in the free market, so the Trump administration wants to prop it up with taxpayer subsidies. [News Source]

Breaking: E.P.A. announces repeal of major Obama-era emissions rule.
Monday October 09th 2017, 10:00 AM

The Trump administration announced Monday that it would take formal steps to repeal President Barack Obama’s signature policy to curb greenhouse gas emissions from power plants. [News Source]

Tasmanian shy albatross embrace artificial nests in bid to boost population.
Monday October 09th 2017, 10:00 AM

Birds reproduce only on three remote islands in Bass Straight and are listed as ‘vulnerable’ with just 1,500 breeding pairs remaining. [News Source]