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Jul 06 2023
Earth’s average temperature remained at a record high Wednesday, after two days in which the planet reached unofficial records. It’s the latest marker in a series of climate-change-driven extremes.
The average global temperature was 17.18 Celsius (62.9 degrees Fahrenheit), according to the University of Maine’s Climate Reanalyzer, a tool that uses satellite data and computer simulationsMarketWatch
Apr 23 2020
“The world marked the 50th anniversary of Earth Day on Wednesday.” (Reuters)
The left calls for renewed collective action in order to avert the harmful effects of climate change.
The right is skeptical of overly pessimistic climate predictions and calls for a re-evaluation of priorities in climate policy.The Flip Side
Apr 21 2023
True spring weather is back this weekend after a wild week of sun and snow. • Here's how to be a good citizen and celebrate Earth Day this weekend: Plant trees: Arboretum Detroit is honoring the day with a tree planting event at Oxygen Alley on the east side. You'll dig holes, push wheelbarrows and spread wood chips to mulch the new trees. Free planetarium show: Up to 60 people can watch aAxios
Apr 20 2023
Earth Day started in 1970, emerging from the student-driven anti-war movement of the 1960s and a growing awareness of environmental degradation just one year after a massive oil spill in Santa Barbara. This weekend, Earth Day is coming to a city near you. This story first appeared in Globe NH | Morning Report, our free newsletter focused on the news you need to know about New Hampshire,The Boston Globe
Apr 22 2023
Earth Day is here again on April 22, and since the last time our planet reached this part of its orbit, humanity has actually taken surprisingly big new steps to avert the gargantuan threats to life as we know it: toxic pollution, habitat destruction, extinction, and climate change.
These problems stem from the things we build, buy, and eat. But that also means if we change our actionsVox
Jul 05 2023
CLEVELAND, Ohio - If you were dabbing sweat off your face waiting for the fireworks to start on the Fourth of July, you were likely not alone. Tuesday was the hottest day for the entire planet since at least 1979, with Earth’s average temperature reaching 62.92 degrees Fahrenheit, according to U.S. National Centers for Environmental Prediction data. While it is the warmest day since the lateCleveland Plain Dealer
Aug 02 2023
Humans’ use of renewable resources has historically outpaced what the Earth can regenerate each year. That trend is flattening, but not fast enough, researchers say.
Wednesday is Earth Overshoot Day, the time when humanity’s demand for renewable resources and services exceeds what the Earth can restore in a year. Currently, humanity worldwide is using about 1.7 Earth’s worth ofNewsNation
Mar 02 2023
Naperville Park District and the City of Naperville are collaborating with other local organizations and governments to celebrate Earth Week Naperville. This community effort commemorates the 53rd annual Earth Day, which is April 22, centered on the theme, “Invest in Our Planet.” The community is invited to participate in special events, volunteer projects, or ongoing eco-friendly initiativesPatch.com
Apr 22 2015
Soledad O’Brien, former CNN news anchor extraordinaire, was met with a puzzling situation last Saturday. She was co-hosting a massive Earth Day extravaganza on the National Mall. She was standing in front of a crowd she estimated at 250,000 people. She had a microphone. But she was talking and nobody was listening.Washington Post
Nov 13 2023
CINCINNATI, Ohio (WDTN) — Two Rock and Roll Hall of Fame acts are coming to Cincinnati next summer, and your chance to get tickets starts Tuesday. Chicago and Earth, Wind and Fire are joining up for the Heart & Soul Tour 2024 at Riverbend Music Center on Friday, July 19 at 7:30 p.m. Citi cardholders can get access to a ticket presale at 10 a.m. on Tuesday, Nov. 14. Other presales will takeWDTN 2