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New Florida resident Jeff Bezos pumped $60 million into making lab-grown meat taste better. Ron DeSantis just banned it from the state

https://fortune.com/2024/05/03/florida-jeff-bezos-lab-meat-desantis-ban-mcbee-calah/ BY AMANDA GERUT New Florida resident Jeff Bezos pumped $60 million into making lab-grown meat taste better. Ron DeSantis just banned it from the state Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis may have just crossed a formidable new constituent. The former presidential hopeful this week signed legislation banning the sale of lab-grown meat in the state […]

Nature Publication: Researchers Find Arctic Region 10,000 Years Ago Warmer Than Today

https://notrickszone.com/2024/04/27/nature-publication-researchers-find-arctic-region-10000-years-ago-warmer-than-today/?s=09 By P Gosselin on 27. April 2024 Early Holocene was warmer 10,000 years ago…Arctic ice melted. The European Institute for Climate and Energy (EIKE presents its latest climate video at its Youtube channel. Examined today is a paper appearing in the journal Nature Communications titled: “Seasonal sea-ice in the Arctic’s last ice area during […]

South Carolina’s population growth creates ‘climate crisis’, says environmental scientist – ‘We face an issue of how human beings are going to live when there are 330 million of us in this country’ We can’t keep doing that. It is unsustainable. You’re robbing Peter to pay Paul.’

https://abcnews4.com/news/local/south-carolinas-population-growth-creates-climate-crisis-says-environmental-scientist-enviornment-wciv-abc-news-4-2024 CHARLESTON, S.C. (WCIV) —South Carolina is growing, but not all growth is good. At least that is what Leon Kolankiewicz, an environmental scientist with NumbersUSA and lead author of “From Sea to Sprawling Sea,” an environmental impact study that explores how U.S. population growth has driven rural land loss across four decades, said. “You […]

Berkeley California abruptly reverses landmark decision to ban gas hookups: ‘We have ceased enforcement’

https://www.yahoo.com/news/city-abruptly-reverses-landmark-decision-180000010.html By Leslie Sattler The city of Berkeley, California, is repealing its landmark ban on natural gas hookups in new buildings, according to the New York Times. The first-of-its-kind ordinance, passed in 2019, is being scrapped after a legal challenge from the California Restaurant Association. What happened?The groundbreaking law thrust Berkeley into the national spotlight […]