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February 17, 2020: Scientists say climate change is behind the unprecedented intensity of the bushfires that have burned a reported 27 million acres in Australia.
February 17, 2020: Malcolm Turnbull, a political conservative who served as Australia's prime minister up until August of 2018, was bounced out of office by the right-wing of his own party largely over his support for cutting carbon emissions.
February 17, 2020: Malcolm Turnbull, a political conservative who served as Australia's prime minister up until August of 2018, was bounced out of office by the right-wing of his own party largely over his support for cutting carbon emissions.
February 17, 2020: Newly released video captured Mexico's El Popo volcano in action. The violent explosion shot rock, lava and ash nearly a mile into the sky. The eruption also triggered an earthquake.
February 17, 2020: The Daytona 500 got 20 laps completed Sunday before heavy rain set in. The race will resume Monday afternoon, and here's how to watch it.
February 17, 2020: A landslide sent two large homes plummeting into the rain-swollen Tennessee River on Sunday, video posted on Facebook by a local fire department showed, but fortunately, nobody was reported hurt.
February 17, 2020: Mayor, who is up for re-election, promises to make the capital carbon neutral by 2030London mayor Sadiq Khan is to spend £50m on a Green New Deal for London as part of a pledge to make the UK capital carbon neutral by 2030.The mayor, who faces the electorate in May, said the announcement highlights his commitment t...
February 17, 2020: Nuclear energy and natural gas have reduced carbon emissions far more than solar and wind. Why, then, are the people so apocalyptic about climate change so opposed to them?
February 17, 2020: Use of ‘scrubbers’ to cut air pollution increases pollutants pumped into sea, UN report saysNew shipping pollution regulations introduced earlier this year could harm humans by contaminating fish and crustaceans with toxins, according to an internal report compiled by the International Maritime Organization and ...
February 17, 2020: Five-year study of animals in Devon finds measurable benefits to wildlife and peopleBeavers have alleviated flooding, reduced pollution and boosted populations of fish, amphibians and other wildlife, according to a five-year study of wild-living animals in Devon.The report, which will help the government decide whet...
February 17, 2020: Government investing £1.2bn in forecasting technology, capable of more accurately predicting stormsA supercomputer designed to improve extreme weather and climate forecasting is to receive £1.2bn from the government towards its development.The technology will be managed by the Met Office, with more sophisticated r...
February 17, 2020: George Eustice defends both new infrastructure and PM’s absence from affected areasThe environment secretary has defended the government’s record on flooding after Storm Dennis left thousands of properties underwater, saying new defences had worked well.George Eustice, who was appointed in the cabinet reshuffle ...
February 17, 2020: anyone seeking legitimate winter cold and snow best look elsewhere.
February 17, 2020: Climate activists dressed as Wonder Woman and other movie superheroes interrupted a cricket game in South Africa on Sunday by invading the field, and protesters also climbed a floodlight pylon to display a banner.
February 17, 2020: Allergies are more annoying than usual lately, right? No really, it's not your imagination — pollen season is getting worse every year, and air purifiers are now an essential home appliance. Climate change is a huge factor that's contributing to the worsening pollen seasons. Among the culprits are high te...
February 17, 2020: Here's what you need to know.
February 17, 2020: At least four people had to be rescued from their homes as the Pearl River's rising water flooded entire neighborhoods.
February 17, 2020: Storm Dennis was responsible for at least three deaths and has forced thousands to evacuate in Britain, authorities said Monday.
February 17, 2020: Several of the world's major airlines have announced plans to become carbon
February 17, 2020: For residents across the southern United States dealing with an abnormally wet weather pattern and flooding, Mother Nature will only bring more of the same this week as a parade of storms keeps the wet weather pattern in place. AccuWeather Senior Meteorologist Alex Sosnowski said that, while more storms are expected...
February 17, 2020: How bad is the flooding, are defences adequate and what more could be done?Storm Dennis is believed to have caused the worst winter floods in recent times, in part because the rain was so widespread but also because it has fallen on ground already saturated from Storm Ciara the previous week. Storm Dennis affected h...
February 17, 2020: An explosive winter storm that roared across the North Atlantic over the weekend, packing high winds and heavy rain, was fierce enough to wash up a cargo ship that had been drifting at sea since 2018 onto the Irish coast.
February 17, 2020: Tesla's Solar Roof has had a rough start. Originally introduced in Oct. 2016, the Solar Roof was re-worked several times, and has only gone into wider distribution this year, partially due to Tesla's well-documented struggles to produce its Model 3 at volume.  But it now seems Tesla is serious about making its ...
February 17, 2020: A £1.2bn supercomputer for the Met Office is no substitute for effective planning and proper wildlife managementHere we go again. It rains in Britain and an emergency is declared. Nearly 600 flood warnings are issued in England on a single day and the environment secretary, George Eustice, declares it impossible to...
February 17, 2020: A storm system moving across the country is set to dump even more rain on Mississippi, which is already enduring massive flooding.