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Massive Attack launch plan to help fight climate change misinformation

Massive Attack‘s 3D (real name Robert Del Naja) is teaming up with Eco-Bot.Net to launch an AI system designed to fight climate change misinformation spread on social media. The producer sat down with Creative Review to share more information about the new AI system. The service aims to find content that may be misinformed across […]

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30 Countries Pledged To Give Up Gasoline By 2040. The U.S. Didn’t.

Right now, world leaders are gathered in Glasgow for the 26th running of the United Nations Climate Change Conference. COP26, as the cool kids are calling it, is focused around the radical idea that maybe we shouldn’t set the entire planet on fire to make a few incomprehensibly rich dudes slightly richer. The UN is…Read […]

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30 Countries Pledged To Give Up Gasoline By 2040. The U.S. Didn’t.

Right now, world leaders are gathered in Glasgow for the 26th running of the United Nations Climate Change Conference. COP26, as the cool kids are calling it, is focused around the radical idea that maybe we shouldn’t set the entire planet on fire to make a few incomprehensibly rich dudes slightly richer. The UN is…Read […]

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Massive Attack detail plan to reduce carbon emissions across music industry

Back in 2019, Massive Attack teamed up with the Tyndall Centre for Climate Change Research to commission a major study of carbon emissions created from the live music industry. The live scene’s carbon footprint—spanning exhaustive jet setting for tours, energy-consuming live shows, and more—has become a focal cause for the band. Fast forward to the […]

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Science Experiments And Climate Tourism With Extreme E

It was raining as I, along with the rest of Extreme E’s Arctic X Prix crew, first stepped onto Greenland’s ice sheet. It was a rare occurrence, some of our local guides told us, something they’ve only seen a handful of times in their lives, but not impossible. What should have been impossible, though, had […]

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Science Experiments And Climate Tourism With Extreme E

It was raining as I, along with the rest of Extreme E’s Arctic X Prix crew, first stepped onto Greenland’s ice sheet. It was a rare occurrence, some of our local guides told us, something they’ve only seen a handful of times in their lives, but not impossible. What should have been impossible, though, had […]

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Blip: Making Global Warming Look Sexy

I know in the 1980s there was less talk about global warming or climate change or any of that—it was more acid rain talk back then—but something about this picture’s focus on arid, scorching heat feels a little like what an ad agency might come up with to try and really sell the idea of […]

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Billionaires’ Favorite Climate Solution Is a Dangerous Distraction

An Elon Musk tweet can do everything from moving the stock market to convincing people to invest in a joke cryptocurrency. So when the richest man on Earth tweeted in late January about kicking $100 million to whoever could come up with the best technology to capture carbon from the air, the world took notice.Read […]

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Shell Says Its Past Peak Oil Production

Royal Dutch Shell, one of the supermajor oil companies, said this week that it could confirm it had reached peak oil production in 2019. As in, it thinks it will never produce that much oil ever again. Read more… Continue Reading at https://jalopnik.com

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The Battle To Outperform Each Other On Environmentalism Is Well Underway For Automakers

Last week, GM announced that it was jumping ship on Trump and the Trump administration’s emissions regulations policy, which GM had supported until nearly the minute it became clear that Joe Biden would be the next president of the United States. GM urged other automakers to follow its lead; not long after Ford urged…Read more… […]

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The Battle To Outperform Each Other On Environmentalism Is Well Underway For Automakers

Last week, GM announced that it was jumping ship on Trump and the Trump administration’s emissions regulations policy, which GM had supported until nearly the minute it became clear that Joe Biden would be the next president of the United States. GM urged other automakers to follow its lead; not long after Ford urged…Read more… […]

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GM Jumps Ship On Trump

GM said Friday it would have 30 electric vehicles by 2025, part of its bigger electric push that until now coincided with a baffling decision to side with the Trump administration on emissions rules, along with Toyota, Fiat Chrysler, Subaru and others. Today, GM said it was no longer on Trump’s side. Read more… Continue […]

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Not Driving During COVID-19 Lockdowns Didn’t Do Much To Help Slow Climate Change

The saying ‘a little goes a long way’ doesn’t really apply to climate change, so our piddly break from driving hasn’t really done much to move the needle. A new study found that the roughly three months we were all inside at the beginning of the year only lowered the estimated rise in temperature by […]

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Not Driving During COVID-19 Lockdowns Didn’t Do Much To Help Slow Climate Change

The saying ‘a little goes a long way’ doesn’t really apply to climate change, so our piddly break from driving hasn’t really done much to move the needle. A new study found that the roughly three months we were all inside at the beginning of the year only lowered the estimated rise in temperature by […]

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