Gigantic Ozone Hole Widens – 7 Times Larger Than Antarctica’s – Ozone loss ‘has steadily accelerated since early 1980s despite 1987 Montreal Protocol’ By Kenneth Richard The increasing loss of ozone (O3) from 3o°N – 30°S has steadily accelerated since the early 1980s despite the 1987 Montreal Protocol’s ban on so-called “ozone depleting substances” like chlorofluorocarbons (CFCs). Once again this suggests human activity does not drive ozone losses. Twenty years after the Montreal Protocol agreement limiting or banning […]

Teen climate activist school skipper admits flying to Fiji after urging restrictions on airline travel: ‘We would have to apply to have, like, approved events to be able to fly for’ – Only ‘necessary travel’ ‘It Is Pretty Ironic’: Radio Interview With Teen Climate Activist Goes Sideways In 3… 2… 1… By  Virginia Kruta A radio interview with New Zealand teen climate activist Izzy Cook went sideways when Heather du Plessis-Allan, Host of Wellington Mornings, challenged the 16-year-old on the reality of her own carbon footprint. Cook, who helped organize Friday’s School […]

Wind Turbines in Norway Being Ripped Apart – Because of Too Much Wind By Craig Bannister Parts are flying off of wind turbines in Northern Norway – because they can’t withstand the winds – and the Norwegian Water and Energy Directorate (NVE) is threatening to shut down a wind farm, if the problem isn’t fixed by October 10. At a Sortland, Norway wind farm, “Strong winds and falling […]