China pledges to plant Belgium-sized forest every year for next 5 yearsPosted by Catherine Reed / December 5, 2021
China has pledged to plant a forest the size of Belgium every year for the next five years in an effort to “re-green” the country.
Denver is nearing a record-breaking snow drought. In about a week, it will break a record set in 1887 for the longest span without snow––235 days.
According to the annual Global Carbon Budget Report, the planet has eleven years to avoid dire climate scenarios.
The largest delegation at the COP26 climate conference is affiliated with the fossil fuel industry. Perhaps this is why Greta Thunberg has called the COP26 climate conference a failure. “It is not a secret that COP26 is a failure. It should be obvious that we cannot solve a crisis with the same methods that got us into it in the first place,” she said. As if to make her point, Japan has refused to sign the statement on ending the use of coal-powered plants.
The CEO of Exxon has been accused of lying to Congress about his company’s knowledge of its contribution to climate change––and its attempts to cover that all up.
A major document leak has revealed that wealthy nations like Saudi Arabia, Japan, and Australia (among others) are pressuring the UN to slow their shift away from climate change. Wealthy nations are also questioning why they should pay poor countries to shift towards green technologies.
A metastudy of of nearly 90,000 climate studies reveal that 99.9% of studies agree that humans caused climate change, effectively quashing the argument that there’s any kind of debate.