With just two over two months to go to the US election, California burns again bringing the climate issue to the forefront.
Photo credit: Occupy.com By Shepherd Bliss California Puts Mandatory Curbs on Water Use” reports the long frontpage New York Times article on April 2. “Steps to Confront Record-Setting Drought,” the sub-headline reads. […]
A fracking operation in Oxnard, California. Photo credit: Sarah Craig / Faces of Fracking – via Flickr. By Anders Lorenzen Anti fracking activists, riding high on last year’s New York State fracking […]
Photo credit: Reuters / Noah Berger. By Anders Lorenzen While much of Europe and the US is sweltering in warm summer weather, data out from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) […]
By guest contributor Malee Oot What happens when America’s produce hub dries out? In the midst of the worst year of a three-year drought, Californians, and the rest of America, are […]
Flooding in Worcester, England. Photo credit: Nick via Flickr; 2014 By Anders Lorenzen in London, UK and Matt Owens in Fairfax County, USA We recently wrote of the unprecedented floods the UK […]
Shale wells in Los Angeles By Tina Reed Johnson Fracking is a hot topic. Experts say that if fracking is used (more widely) in California, it would make the state the […]
Worlds largest solar powered boat arrives in Doha Three years go in Copenhagen, on the eve of COP 15 (the UNFCCC’s climate change talks), a group of international newspapers decided to publish […]