The US supreme court has restricted the ability of the world’s largest historical carbon polluter to address the climate crisis.
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The New-York Times looking at June 16 – June 26
Ten days in the spotlight: Afghanistan, Ukraine, Russia, Colombia, Israel, France, Great Britain, a.o. countries.
The Independent Climate Newsletter for the Summer of 2022
A man checks his phone as he walks through the heat in St James’s Park, London (Getty Images) Summer is definitely on its way, and with it, dangerous heat. Around the northern hemisphere things are heating up even though summer is yet to officially start. Here in the UK, we’re in the gripContinue reading “The Independent Climate Newsletter for the Summer of 2022”
Composted reads for the 2nd week of June
In 1977 Star Wars hit movie theaters, New York City had a blackout that lasted 25 hours, and the Apple II personal computer went up for sale. It was also the year that a remarkable one-page memo was circulated at the very highest levels of US government, years before the climate crisis was part of national discourse.
Stories the Week brought to you from 2022 June 09 – June 15
From Jan. 6 Capitol riot committee hearings and Republicans exploring possible bids for the 2024 Republican presidential nomination throwing their hats in the ring even if former President Donald Trump runs, gun-control rallies across the U.S., The Week looking at flooding in Yellowstone and the disappearance of British journalist Don Phillips and indigenous expert Bruno Pereira in a part of Brazil’s Amazon rainforest near the borders with Colombia and Peru.