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Category / Climate Environment

Everyone’s sharing this video of a man saving a rabbit from the California wildfires

Destructive wildfires have torn across thousands of acres in Southern California since Monday night, destroying homes, forcing evacuations, and displacing thousands of residents as a result.  In the days since, nightmarish photos and videos of three massive wildfires in the Los Angeles area have been widely circulated. On Thursday morning, one video in particular seems...CONTINUE READING

Bali’s Mount Agung has first major volcano eruption since 1963, sends thick ash cloud into sky

Mount Agung, a volcano on Bali, erupted several times over the weekend, sending a thick ash cloud into the sky over the Indonesian island and grounding thousands of travelers. The latest eruption sent ash more than 2,000 meters (1.2 miles) into the air on Sunday, Bali’s Regional Disaster Management Agency told CNN. The volcanic ash...CONTINUE READING

Instead of coal, this power plant burns H&M clothing

Fast fashion is hot.  I mean, it literally burns, thus providing a power plant in Sweden with energy.  SEE ALSO: Baz Luhrmann directs a characteristically lavish new ad for H&M-Erdem collection Northwest of Stockholm, there’s a heat and power station that’s trying to rid itself of oil and coal. So it’s burning recycled wood and...CONTINUE READING

Expedition team heads to mysterious underwater continent of Zealandia

For millions of years, the underwater continent of Zealandia has done its own thing. Once part of Australia, it broke off from the country about 75 million years ago and moved northeast. It stopped moving 53 million years ago, but recently the mysterious continent has attracted a lot of attention.  SEE ALSO: Two storms set...CONTINUE READING

Summer on steroids: Fires, devilish heat waves, and floods

On July 7, Mike Flannigan, a scientist at the University of Alberta, stared at satellite imagery on his computer as one wildfire after another ignited across British Columbia during the course of the unusually hot day.  Like much of the Western U.S. this summer, British Columbia has been under the influence of a broad area...CONTINUE READING
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