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 […]

Could Injecting Carbon Into the Earth Save Our Planet?

Iceland: the land of majestic waterfalls, black sands, sparkling glaciers, and… maybe one of the world’s wildest solutions for solving climate change? Nestled beside the majestic hills of southwestern Iceland, are a series of huge pods capable of taking CO2 that’s been snatched from the air and injecting it into underground stones, where the gas […]

Indiana Newsdesk, October 18, 2019 Strike Agreement, Farming Solar Power

>>”INDIANA NEWSDESK” IS MADE POSSIBLE IN PART BY:>>COMING UP ON “INDIANA NEWSDESK,” AFTER MORE THAN A MONTH, THE STRIKE BETWEEN G.M. AND THE U.A.W. UNION IS OVER. AHEAD, WE’LL LOOK AT THEIR AGREEMENT AND WHAT IT MEANS FOR HOOSIER WORKERS.>>>FARMERS STRUGGLING WITH LOW PRICES AND BAD WEATHER ARE GIVING UP SOME OF THE LAND THEY […]

Renewable Energy Trends of 2019

Renewable Energy Trends of 2019. There are many exciting developments in the latest predictions of the top renewable energy trends of 2019. The adoption of renewable energy is proceeding at least as rapidly as was hoped globally. Experts at Bloomberg New Energy Finance say that renewable energy is now at the point where it can […]

Renewables: The Next Australian Jobs Boom

Electricity is needed every day. To be able to see in the dark, to eat dinner, to travel to work, to actually do some work, and sometimes to just chill out. Today when we flick a switch, 85% of our electricity comes from burning fossil fuels such as COAL OIL and GAS. Coal has powered […]