tsedevino • 02.13.2017
This Spaceship Earth.Org is proud to announce Sarasota, FL as our first “Crew Friendly City”. We are pleased that our headquarters city is focusing on the human footprint of the community relative to the local ecology, and the beautiful environment for which the city is known.
tsedevino • 02.10.2017
A group of Republican elder statesmen is calling for a tax on carbon emissions to fight climate change. The group, led by former Secretary of State James A. Baker III, with former Secretary of State George P. Shultz and Henry M. Paulson Jr., a former secretary of the Treasury, says that taxing carbon pollution produced by burning fossil fuels is “a conservative climate solution” based on free-market principles.
tsedevino • 02.08.2017
The swelling pockets in the permafrost – revealed this week by The Siberian Times – are leaking ‘alarming’ levels of ecologically dangerous gases, according to scientists who have observed this ‘unique’ phenomenon. Some 15 pockets have been found on the Arctic island, around one meter in diameter.
tsedevino • 02.06.2017
Rushing through a busy airport, you wouldn’t expect to see a lush green vegetable garden. But at Chicago’s O’Hare International, that’s exactly what you’ll find. In the airport’s rotunda, travelers can admire 26 vertical towers that house more than 1,000 plants and 44 varieties of vegetables, herbs, and leafy greens.
tsedevino • 02.03.2017
As the brilliant futurist Buckminster Fuller used to point out, our Spaceship Earth is hurtling through space at a great speed. Imagine if someone told you (a passenger on that ship) that the main oxygen systems were failing because of how food was being grown.
tsedevino • 02.02.2017
The tiny village of Newtok near Alaska’s western coast has been sliding into the Ninglick River for years. As temperatures increase — faster there than in the rest of the U.S. — the frozen permafrost underneath Newtok is thawing. About 70 feet of land a year erodes away.
tsedevino • 02.01.2017
Cimate change and other hurdles mean it will take more water — and potentially more taxpayer money — to save the Everglades, according to new scientific findings. Rising seas and warming temperatures are threatening to worsen damage already done by decades of drainage and pollution, caused by development and farming overtaking the Everglades.
tsedevino • 12.19.2016
The North Carolina municipality of Boone is calling on the whole state – and the United States at large – to encourage green jobs and transition to 100 percent clean energy across all energy sectors. Read the full article on EcoWatch.
tsedevino • 12.05.2016
Read the full article online at http://www.livemint.com “India will also focus on sustainable lifestyle issues, which found a place in the Paris agreement after Prime Minister Narendra Modi pushed for its inclusion. New Delhi: Adaptation issues, coupled with finance and technology transfers for developing countries, will top India’s agenda at a key global […]
tsedevino • 12.03.2016
Read the full article online at http://www.usnews.com “NASA scientists recently confirmed that August was the hottest month in recorded history. It tied this past July for that dubious honor. Meteorologists are linking this heat to the recent spate of extreme flooding worldwide – everywhere from Louisiana to China. However, global warming isn’t just an environmental […]