Logging may just be an ironic solution to the California forest fires. According to the State of California, the federal government and green groups in a joint effort, this will help make forests less flammable. What brought on this unlikely coalition?
This year’s scorching summer in the United Kingdom is the direct result of climate change. In fact, according to the Met Office, these types of heatwaves are 30 times more likely and will only get worse because of global warming.
Carbon emissions have reached an all-time high after four years of remaining stable. This is largely due to the continuing increase of emissions from cars, trucks, and planes and burning coal around the world.
As the climate conference continues in Poland, some of the direct effects and facts on climate change need to be brought up. When the Paris Agreement was created in 2015, the goal of limiting global warming to below 2C by the end of the century was set, but at this point, it might already be too late for this to happen.
The European Union intends to become climate neutral by 2050, which would make it the first major economy in the world to do so. Under this new plan, the European Union will offset any greenhouse gasses emitted by planting new trees or burying gasses.
While it may be hard to believe, EDGE has found that at least 50 unusual shark and ray species are facing extinction because of many threats. It may be hard to imagine a man-eating shark to be an endangered species, but most sharks are not man-eaters.
The United Nations Climate Change Conference has officially begun in Poland. This yearly meeting of world leaders and delegates will discuss the urgency of climate change and the speed that nations must take to fight climate change.
While it may be doing this slow, the world is trying to slow down climate change by reducing carbon dioxide emissions. The Paris Agreement was created to slow down the amount of CO2 that is released by each country that is part of the agreement. Unfortunately, carbon dioxide emissions have risen for the first time in 4 years.
Every second, Google experiences more than 40,000 searches. It is one of the most accessed websites on the Internet and controls the destiny of many businesses. The last thing you want is to get on the search engine’s bad side.
Periodically, Google launches a new update to its algorithm to categorize content it finds online. Unfortunately, this often leads to popular sites being penalized.