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Even after a frigid winter, Arctic sea ice is still really low

03.27.2020 · Posted in Technology Articles

Large parts of the U.S. experienced a pretty wimpy winter this year, thanks to cold air staying parked over the Arctic.  This made for a relatively frigid winter season in the high north, which is good for making sea ice. Although Arctic sea ice... ...

Coronavirus won’t make a dent in the climate problem

03.26.2020 · Posted in Technology Articles

The surge in New York City's coronavirus infections is already so critical that the chief medical officer at a major hospital system warned staff of the grim reality: "...there will be loss, and suffering, and at times perhaps each of us will questio... ...

Greenland and Antarctica melting 6x faster than in 1990s: NASA

NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena today reports new evidence of accelerating glacier melt in Antarctica.

“Observations from 11 satellite missions monitoring the Greenland and Antarctic ice sheets have revealed that the regions are losing ice six times faster than they were in the 1990s,” reads the NASA JPL announcement.

“If the current ...

Shell will change its name to She’ll for International Women’s Day, effectively solving sexism

03.06.2020 · Posted in Technology Articles

In a stunning display of performative feminism, Shell is changing its name to She'll for International Women's Day.  Well, one Shell. A female-owned Shell station in San Dimas, California will add an apostrophe to its logos on Mar. 8 in an effor... ...

Even the ‘optimistic’ climate change forecast is catastrophic

03.05.2020 · Posted in Technology Articles

Your planet has warmed up by nearly 2 degrees Fahrenheit, or just over 1 degree Celsius, since the late 1800s. We’re on track to warm Earth by around another 3.5 degrees Fahrenheit this century. Read more...More about Science, Mashable Video, En... ...

How coronavirus impacts climate change and the US housing market

I'm a big fan of Spotify's Daily Drive playlist, which is basically just Algorithmic Radio that delivers a custom mix of news and music based on my listening habits. That's how I ended listening to a podcast briefing from MarketWatch, warning about the negative impact that coronavirus is having on the luxury real ...