Australian Experts Link Climate Change to Wildfires

October 30, 2013 in Green, Top News

An independent climate science research group in Australia reports extreme climate change leading to hot, dry conditions is directly linked to the outbreak of bushfires in New South Wales. These […]

Arctic Methane Burp May Slam World Economy

July 28, 2013 in Green, Top News

Methane release, due to ice melting in the Arctic, is likely to have a devastating impact on the world economy according to scientists studying the issue. Expected release of methane […]

New CO2 Measures Raise Threats of Rising Seas and Species Die-Offs

May 26, 2013 in Green, Top News

Friday, March 10, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration and the Scripps Institution reported their jointly operated observation post on Mauna Loa has recorded CO2 levels at more than 400 […]

Worldwide Fracking Hinders Progress Against Global Warming

January 7, 2013 in Green, Top News

Ministers in the United Kingdom recently approved explorative fracking by the company Cuadrilla – expanding the already growing industry under pressures to break ties with foreign oil. Cuadrilla had been […]

Conservative Skeptic Cites Human Factors in Global Warming

August 19, 2012 in Featured News, Green

Physicist Richard Muller, known as a global warming skeptic, has reversed his opinion on causation of rising atmospheric temperatures, concluding that only human causes can explain the environmental phenomenon. Muller’s […]

Spaceport America: Your Gateway to the Final Frontier

June 18, 2012 in Featured News, Green, Technology, Top News

Space tourism is poised to become a reality. If you can afford the $200,000 per orbit and return trip, you can to book a spaceflight to adventure not long after the New Year. So far, more than 450 people have.

Welcome to Spaceport America. British billionaire Richard Branson, founder of both Spaceport America and Virgin Galactic, recently unveiled the luxury spaceport located in the New Mexico desert.

Chesapeake Bay Crisis

June 7, 2012 in Featured News, Green, Top News, U.S. News

There’s said to be really only one environmental issue in the state of Maryland: the Bay. That is of course the Chesapeake Bay, the country’s largest estuary and a natural […]

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