The ice caps are melting. Is geoengineering the solution?

Since 1979, Arctic ice has shrunk by 1.35 million square milesa new JPL study Greenland's ice loss is much worse than previously thought and Antarctica's ice is now at its lowest level since records began. The more they melt, the faster the remaining ice diminishes until we face a series of disasters. The most immediate … Read more

Google will use AI and satellite imagery to monitor methane leaks


While carbon dioxide receives the lion's share of attention when it comes to , other factors come into play. Methane is responsible for about 30 percent of the increase in global temperatures since the industrial revolution, according to the International Energy Agency. About 40 percent of of human activity come from the energy sector. Identifying … Read more

The Biden administration now requires large cryptocurrency miners to report their energy use

The Biden administration recently announced that it would require large cryptocurrency mining operations to report their electricity consumption, via a press release from This follows fears that the industry could pose a threat to the country's power grids and accelerate the impacts of climate change. To this end, the EIA targeted 137 “identified commercial cryptocurrency … Read more

Greta Thunberg detained by Norway police during demonstration

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Climate activist Greta Thunberg was detained by police in Norway during a demonstration against the country’s oil drilling practices. Thunberg, who has become an outspoken advocate for climate action in recent years, was protesting outside the Norwegian Ministry of Petroleum and Energy when she was taken into custody. Thunberg was joined at the demonstration by … Read more