Greenpeace activists board a Shell platform headed for the North Sea to expand existing oil and gas on 6th February (AFP via Getty Images) It increasingly feels like the oil industry is operating on a different planet. Profit-wise, things have never been better for the fossil-fuel titans. Exxon, Chevron, BP, Shell and TotalEnergiesContinue reading “The oil industry operating on a different planet.”
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EU approves ban on gas, diesel cars starting in 2035
The European Union has approved a law banning the sale of petrol or diesel cars from 2035
Green reads for Friday 10 February 2023
Looking at carbon emissions, Low Carbon Solutions divisions, reductions and the spread of antibiotic-resistant bacteria
Cynical, calculated and coordinated
Originally posted on Croydon Communists:
Analysis by the TUC of the latest government statistics confirms that while average earning fell by £76 in 2022, the pay of key workers in the public sector fell by an agonising £180 per month this decline in wages was the highest since 1977 the average pay of workers is…
The hourglass of this world
We from our site of the West European continent also resolved to do everything possible to show what goes wrong in this world. To this end, we hope that readers who come here, shall appreciate our writings and shall take the necessary steps to help to share these articles with others.
Composted Reads for 15 November 2022
It’s time to ditch the generations-long argument between those who blame overpopulation and those who worry about consumption
‘Bleak’ findings come from report at Cop27
We are in the fight of our lives and we are losing. Our planet is fast approaching tipping points that will make climate chaos irreversible. We are on a highway to climate hell with our foot on the accelerator,
Reviews about nature for the first half of September
September 05 Switzerland’s glaciers are becoming a front-row seat to climate destruction For most of its existence glaciology has been a slow-moving profession, but this year is different. The belting heat waves that struck Europe over the past few months handed the specialists in Alpine ice sheets an unprecedented set of challenges. And some ofContinue reading “Reviews about nature for the first half of September”
Will Sunak rebuild green agenda torn up by Truss?
Shall the new PM Mr. Sunak carry on with the previous policies brought forward by the British government or ditch them for the sake of party unity and electability.
Pakistan warned the world of their coming floods – they were ignored
Flash flooding from ‘monster monsoon’ washes away villages and crops and leaves thousands homeless in Pakistan