How do Electric Transmission Lines Work?

In the past, power generating plants were only able to serve their local areas. Electricity didn’t have far to travel between where it was created and where it was used. Since then, things have changed, and most of us get our electricity from the grid, huge interconnected areas of power producers and users. As power […]

The Environmental Wonderland

Climate change has been dubbed “a mega risk” in scientific literature. No one in particular has caused it, yet it affects everyone. Rising average temperatures on earth due to Greenhouse gas emissions, as well as decreasing snow cover and rising sea levels have had a tangible and visual effect on human societies and a wide […]

As Elon Musk Proposes Taking Over Power Authority, Puerto Ricans Demand Community-Owned Solar Power

AMY GOODMAN: So, as the governor announced they were going to try to cancel this Whitefish Energy contract, on Sunday, we were in the offices of Ángel Figueroa Jaramillo. He is the head of UTIER, the electrical workers’ union in Puerto Rico. We were asking him about Elon Musk’s proposal to make Puerto Rico a […]

China Made An Artificial Star 6 Times Hotter Than The Sun

Imagine if we could replace fossil fuels with our very own stars and No, we’re not talking about solar power We’re talking about nuclear fusion and recent research is helping us get there meet the experimental advanced superconducting tokamak East for short East is a fusion reactor in China and now it can reach temperatures […]

WHY I SAID GLOBAL WARMING IS THE BIGGEST FRAUD IN HISTORY – Dan Pena | London Real

Let’s talk about global warming then I want to get to the snowflakes Okay, we were on stage and a woman got up and asked you a question I thought good warming and you went on to explain why you don’t believe in it You said you changed you know, you said you got some […]

How ‘climate procrastination’ has put the planet in peril

JUDY WOODRUFF: The United Nations has released a grim and alarming assessment about the impact of climate change. Even worse, it found that countries around the world are not doing nearly enough right now to slow the damage before it becomes worse. JOHN CHRISTENSEN, Lead Author, United Nations Emissions Gap Report: The probability of avoiding […]

How These Farmers Are Confronting the Climate Crisis | NowThis

– Average temperatures of the globe is continuing to go up— which, by the way, is a consensus. It’s 99.9% scientists are on the same page about this now. – 20 years ago, I was preaching that it was a hoax. When you get out of your own backyard, and you talk to people, and […]

Drinking wine after climate change means drinking rare bottles

This is wine no one in the world has ever tasted. – It has a beautiful color, a very intense color. And we’ll be drinking this in the future. – It’s fresh. It’s intense. Because our favorite wines are under threat of extinction. Across the world, warmer temperatures are affecting everything we grow. Farmers and […]

More Climate Buzzwords You Need to Know | NowThis

Environmental justice is an important part of addressing the climate crisis because underserved communities usually feel the impacts of climate change This includes having Being exposed to unhealthy air and water can lead to real health impacts, including asthma. Environmental justice calls for the fair treatment and meaningful involvement of all people— regardless of race, […]

The Climate Crisis Buzzwords You Need to Know | NowThis

Greenhouse gases, also called GHGs, are gases in the atmosphere that are both They include These gases cause our atmosphere to warm because they absorb radiation emitted by the Earth’s atmosphere and trap heat. The more greenhouse gases we release into the atmosphere by doing things like burning gas and coal, And scientists have sounded […]