Reading Time: 6 minutesWhoWhatWhy’s Nicole Elliott was at the center of the firestorm that erupted in Portland, OR. Between intermittently violent protests and approaching, uncontrolled wildfires, Elliott kept a journal until finally she was forced to evacuate. This is her account of what it was like to be at the center of the turbulence. September 11, 2020
Reading Time: 12 minutesToday, we can’t even agree on the basics of a disease that has killed almost 130,000 Americans and almost half a million worldwide.
Reading Time: 5 minutesAt the halfway point, 2020 is shaping up as potentially the worst year for Planet Earth since an asteroid strike (inexplicably not shared on social media) wiped out the dinosaurs and 75 percent of all other creatures. What else could go wrong? Surely, some things could go right.
Reading Time: 12 minutesAs a young Republican Congressman from California, Pete McCloskey teamed with Democratic Sen.
Reading Time: 6 minutesJust off the coast of Singapore, a group of scientists huddles together in the warm ocean water as waves roll and crash around them. Clad in neoprene sui
Reading Time: 6 minutesThe scientific consensus on climate change is nearly unanimous and freely available to anyone, and yet there are people who reject the idea that human activity is war
[audio mp3="http://www.corbettreport.com/mp3/2020-02-27_James_Evan_Pilato.mp3"][/audio]This week on the New World Next Week: The UK government mulls banning vaccine truth; UNESCO argues for banning climate truth; and the CIA/WaPo want to ban foreign interference in the bogus 2020 selection.
Reading Time: 4 minutesPicture a world entirely powered by clean energy — cars without tailpipes, homes without outlets, and batteries that recharge without you having to lift a finger.
[audio mp3="http://www.corbettreport.com/mp3/2020-02-11%20Jo%20Nova.mp3"][/audio]In this conversation recorded before the recent record rainfall in New South Wales, Joanne Nova of JoanneNova.com.au joins us to analyze the recent Australian bushfires and debunk the notion that they were caused by climate change.
Reading Time: 7 minutesIn 2019, the year youth around the world stepped out of the classroom and onto the streets to demand climate action, four students stayed at their desks.
Reading Time: 14 minutesEven from afar, the fires and resulting devastation in Australia seem incomprehensible.
Reading Time: 5 minutes“People, for reasons of their own, often fail to do things that would be good for them or good for society.” Truly wise words.
Reading Time: 11 minutesCan ordinary citizens use the courts to force their leaders to fight climate change?
[audio mp3="http://www.corbettreport.com/mp3/2019-12-09%20Marc%20Morano.mp3"][/audio]It's been a decade since the leak of emails from the Climatic Research Unit at the University of East Anglia exposed the lies, obfuscations and dirty tricks behind the climate change orthodoxy. But although the conversation has long since moved on, there's still a lot we can learn from the lessons of Climategate.
The apathy of many world leaders, corporations, and individuals toward climate change has been vexing and frustrating to those who understand the devastating impact of the problem.
Reading Time: 2 minutesIf you are shivering in a freezing, snow-blanketed part of the world, global warming might seem like a fine thing to have.
Reading Time: 4 minutesOrganic farming has long been considered healthier for the consumer and better for the planet than conventional farming.
Reading Time: 15 minutesThe prevailing scientific sentiment on the global ecological crises is that the only road to a livable future is to drastically reduce consumption, learn to share and reuse more, and — most importantly — restrain growth. Frankly, that’s what most of the evidence makes abundantly clear.
Reading Time: 4 minutesThe hamburger is as American as… well, as apple pie, so to speak. But is what amounts to the national dish poised to be reinvented as a plant-based product that tastes as good as the classic stomach-pleaser?
Reading Time: 4 minutesClimate change is altering the migration patterns of sharks, and they are now turning up in greater numbers in places where they used to be rare — because the water is warmer.
Michael Knowles has long record of anti-Arab and anti-Muslim hatred.
Reading Time: 2 minutes“I remember how that powerful storm ripped through south Sayville, bringing down trees and submerging entire streets in seawater,” said Harrison Bench, a young climate activist
Reading Time: 4 minutesThere is plenty of blame to go around for the looming climate catastrophe: governments that don’t act, voters who don’t hold them accountable, and consumers who make choices ev
Reading Time: 3 minutesEverybody knows Aesop’s fable of “The Boy Who Cried Wolf” — the story of a young shepherd who repeatedly pretends his flock is being attacked by wolve
Reading Time: 5 minutesAs six-year-old Oz bashfully listed the things he identified as threats to the environment, such as plastic water bottles, bad people and rising temperatures, he stopped to exc
Reading Time: 1 minuteMany people are accusing the US government of doing nothing on climate change. That could not be more wrong. Every day, this administration is taking new steps to muffle scientists, shirk responsibility, deny evidence, shut down research, and undermine international efforts to fight this problem.
Reading Time: 3 minutesAs winter looms, you may not be giving much thought to how we are affected by hot weather, especially if you live in the northern hemisphere — but the heat will be back, and with a vengeance.
Reading Time: 13 minutes The threat to humanity that climate change poses has been with us for nearly a century, says Bill McKibben, who was one of the first to sound the alarm.
Reading Time: 5 minutesChennai, India’s sixth-largest city, is running out of water. The parched Chembarambakkam reservoir, plus three others supplying the city, are all nearly empty.
Reading Time: 4 minutesHONG KONG — The busy rush hour in Shenzhen, a new city of some 20 million people in Guangdong Province, is almost silent.
Reading Time: 8 minutesIn recent years, both the US and Europe have faced what seems like a never-ending flood of refugees; the US from Mexico and Latin America, and Europe from North Africa and the Middle
Reading Time: 8 minutesIf the hot air coming out of politicians’ mouths contributed toward climate change, the planet would be warming at an even more alarming rate.