Fires in Mexico and Central America

50 Active Forest Fires in Mexico

Fifteen states in Mexico are found to have 50 active forest fires, the government is now finding solutions in fighting the forest fire due to the fact that there will be a drought in the incoming months.
Eco Park

Mexico City Building World's Largest Eco Park

Mexico City is building a massive ecological park that aims to have a huge impact in the fight against global warming and climate change.
April 2017

What happens if the United States quits Paris climate change agreement?

Pulling out of the accord would send a serious signal to the rest of the globe who is working hard to reduce greenhouse emissions to the atmosphere
Cold War Plane Technology, A Solution to Energy Crisis

Energy Crisis High Risk of Worsening: Cold War Plane Incredible Solution, Scientists Reveal

Energy crisis, a global concern may now be combated with the help of cold war plane technology.
NASA's Operation IceBridge Maps Changes To Antartica's Ice Mass

Scientists Reveal Reasons Behind Mysterious 'Crater' In Antarctica

The mysterious ‘crater’ on Antarctica indication of vulnerable ice sheet due to a strong wind that brings warm air and blows away the snow.
economy money dollars

Millennials and Money: Difficulties in Job Searching But Personal Finances 'Fairly Good': Poll

From the Islamic State militant group, climate change and finances millennials have a varied view on the issues based on polling data from Harvard University Institute of Politics (IOP).
Gina McCarthy

EPA Announces Sweeping Initiative to Cut Carbon Pollution by 30 Percent, Close Hundreds of Coal Power Plants

On Monday, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) proposed a plan that seeks to cut carbon dioxide emissions from power plants by almost 30 percent by 2030.

Ecuador Government Plans to Drill for Oil in Amazon Reserve

The Ecuadorian government on Thursday issued an environmental permit with the signed approval of its Environment Ministry for oil drilling in the Amazon's Yasuni National Park.
President Barack Obama

President Obama Pushes Renewable Energy Solutions, Says It Will Help Create Jobs

President Barack Obama delivered a speech at a Wal-Mart in Mountain View, California, on Friday where he unveiled 300 measures that would expand the use of clean-energy sources that would create jobs and reduce dependence on foreign oil.
Biofuels

Corn Residue Based Biofuels More Harmful To Environment Study Says

A new study paid for by the federal government and released Sunday found that biofuels made from the residue of harvested corn plants release more greenhouse gases than conventional gasoline does.
Keystone XL pipeline cons Protest

President Barack Obama Postpones Keystone XL Pipeline Decision

President Barack Obama and his administration have decided to postpone the decision on the construction of the controversial Keystone XL pipeline until after the congressional midterm elections in November.
A new U.N. report on climate change predicts dire conditions for the planet.

Researchers Argue For Emissions Reduction Amid Economic Growth Concerns

After a meeting of world's top climate scientists in Berlin, they announced Sunday that greenhouse gas emissions soared to "unprecedented levels" between 2000 and 2010.
Climate Change

Hollywood Stars, Veteran Journalists Enlist In Showtime's Climate-Change Documentary

This Sunday, Showtime will debut its nine-part documentary about climate-change, titled "Years of Living Dangerously," which has gathered the support of numerous Hollywood celebrities.
Global Warming

U.N. Panel Urges World Leaders To Take Climate Change Action In New Report

A group of Nobel-prize winning scientists released a report Monday outlining the how critical global warming will be on humanity, "Al Jazeera America" reported.
Emma Watson in Noah

The Year of Bible Movies : Russel Crowe in 'Noah' vs. 'Son of God' vs. Ridley Scott's 'Exodus: Gods and Kings'

Movie-goers have a salvo of Biblical movies this year. To start off this year's list is Noah with Russell Crowe in the lead role, which opened last Thursday in cinemas on 2-D and IMAX. This was preceded by 20th Century Fox's Son of God and will be followed by Ridley Scott's Exodus later this year.
Coal and Oil Burning

UN Claims Extreme 2013 Weather Caused By Human-Induced Climate Change and Global Warming

The U.N.'s weather agency announced Monday that the majority of the extreme weather experience in 2013 in the Asia, Europe and Pacific regions were caused by human-induced climate change, "Fox News" reported.
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