Micromobility

Welcome to The Independent Climate Newsletter, your weekly update from our team of correspondents around the world. Manhattan’s Park Avenue is one of the typically traffic-clogged roads that is closed to vehicles and becomes a haven for runners, cyclists, scooters, skateboarders and more during the annual Summer Streets program each August. Hundreds of thousands ofContinue reading “Micromobility”

European Union leaders finally agreed to shut off the flow of most of the oil they buy from Russia

After weeks of deadlock, European Union leaders finally agreed to shut off the flow of most of the oil they buy from Russia. Belgian Prime Minister Alexander De Croo signaled it was “the provisional end point” of what he could agree to in the energy sphere.

The Telegraph’s Weekly view 2022 May 28 – June 03

From Rishi Sunak’s rescue plan to gun violence in America, it’s been an eventful week in the news.

A possible Quakers’ extinction crisis

A look at the Quakers or Society of Friends

The Telegraph’s Weekly view 2022 April 30 – May 6

From scandal in the House of Commons to the continuing invasion of Ukraine, it’s been another eventful week in the news. Catch up on the latest world events with these hand-picked stories. ‘Putin has now made his fourth calamitous error.’ Jeremy Warner explains how the Kremlin miscalculated Europe’s reaction to its oil and gas blackmailContinue reading “The Telegraph’s Weekly view 2022 April 30 – May 6”

The Week from 01-07 May 2022 according to The Week

Articles of interest presented by The Week, for 2022 May 1-7

Just Stop Oil is only the start of a worldwide ‘spring uprising’

Just Stop Oil, the climate activist campaign that threatened to shut down the UK’s fossil fuel distribution network and supporters of Extinction Rebellion, began coordinated blockades at 10 oil terminals across the Midlands and south east of England.

2022 March 21-31 according to the Week

Looking at what happened in 2022 March 21-31 in review by The Week

Ukraine from 2022 March 16-20

March 16 The leaders of three EU countries met with Volodymyr Zelensky in Kyiv on March 15 in a show of solidarity as Russian shelling continued on residential neighbourhoods in the capital. Ukraine extends martial law for another month. The Verkhovna Rada has prolonged martial law until April 25, from the initial proposed end dateContinue reading “Ukraine from 2022 March 16-20”

2000–2021 was the driest 22-yr period since at least 800 for southwestern North America

Anyone who has been paying attention knows that the whole world is facing a problem with floodings, but also with enormous droughts.

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