“This rewiring of sailing matters because of the immense emissions that cargo ships produce. Because they consume fossil fuels, much of our supply chain is riddled with emissions problems.”
EarthTalk Q&A: May 1, 2022—Too Late To Turn Back Sea Level Rise?
Dear EarthTalk: What are the most recent projections about sea level rise around the world as a result of climate change? And is there any hope of turning back the tide if we rein in emissions as planned under the current iteration of the Paris agreement? –
EarthTalk Q&A: April 24, 2022—Is China Leader or Laggard on Climate?
Is China’s government committed to fighting climate change or just making the problem worse?
EarthTalk Q&A: April 17, 2022—Climate Change Making Allergies Worse?
Could climate change really be making my allergies worse?
EarthTalk Q&A: April 10, 2022—Environmental Impacts of Ukraine War
What kind of environmental toll is Russia’s war on Ukraine taking?
EarthTalk Q&A: April 3, 2022—Livestock Methane Capture: Good or Bad for the Planet?
Is encouraging dairy farmers and cattle ranchers to capture methane gas from their livestock’s manure good or bad for the planet?
EarthTalk Q&A: March 20, 2022—Gravity Energy Storage: A Battery Killer?
What exactly is gravity energy storage and why are some environmentalists so bullish on it?
EarthTalk Q&A: March 13, 2022—How To Talk To Kids About Climate
Any ideas on how to talk to my kids about climate change?
EarthTalk Q&A: March 6, 2022—Too Late For Coral Reefs?
Coral reefs are being hit by climate change in just about every way possible. Wildfire, drought and other land-based climate disasters have captured global headlines.
EarthTalk Q&A: February 27, 2022—Greener Home Furnishings
In the U.S., sustainable living has gained momentum in recent years as more and more Americans make conscious efforts to reduce their carbon footprint.
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