A 60-year-old homeless woman died of exposure on a skid row sidewalk during Thursday's El Niño storm, authorities said Saturday. The woman, identified by friends as Barbara Brown, died without a tent, rain-soaked and wrapped in a wet blanket on a piece of plastic, witnesses said. Los Angeles police...
This is ground level address of State of Union a day after.In silicon valley language, familiar to LA, disruptive El Nino needs disruptive innovations.
India has blocked G20 efforts to pave the way for an ambitious climate change accord in a sign of deep divisions just two weeks before delegates from almost 200 nations meet in Paris. Through almost 20 hours of talks at the G20 gathering in Turkey
The world is waking up to reality that ambitious promises can no longer be trusted. How rich nations can demonstrate that this time it will be different and rebuild the trust?
Dutch ruling could trigger similar cases worldwide with citizens taking their governments to courts to make them act on climate promises
Scientists have been warning for two decades, Pope made passionate and hitting argument and now the Judges are directing the governments to act. Would it make change? In the past similar judgements in Philippines made impacts in slowing deforestation and in New Delhi in banning use of diesel in public buses. Developing countries showing the way.
The Supreme Court on Wednesday doubled the environment compensation charge (ECC) for loaded commercial vehicles entering Delhi and imposed a blanket ban on registration of diesel vehicles of 2,000 cc and above in the National Capital Region (NCR).
Developing country has taken a lead. Would developed countries follow?
Proposed ban on private vehicles is part of a plan to slash greenhouse gas emissions 50% by 2020 compared to 1990 levels
Many in Norway's capital Oslo are unhappy that from 2019, the cars will be banned from city centre. Norway is 9th largest exporter of oil and experts 84 % of its oil that has made Norway rich. Norway's way: make others emit GHGs by remaining green and rich.
Populations of marine mammals, birds, fish and reptiles have nearly halved since 1970 due to human activity and climate change, a report says.
Over-fishing , over-eating, climate change, acidification of sea water and rich people's greed for luxury food like sea cucumber are the reasons. Poor people's need and Rich people's greed reducing overall feed.
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