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01/15/2018 / By Frances Bloomfield

As of Jan. 9, 2018, the U.K. will no longer allow manufacturers to use plastic microbeads in personal care products

http://www.climatesciencenews.com/2018-01-15-uk-banned-microbeads-beauty-products-oceans-environment.html

01/14/2018 / By Vicki Batts

Thirty-some-odd years ago, scientists first became aware of a hole in the ozone layer, which had formed over Antarctica. But

http://www.climatesciencenews.com/2018-01-14-nasa-confirms-the-ozone-hole-over-antarctica-is-closing.html

01/09/2018 / By Ralph Flores

Times are truly changing especially for green power. Renewable energy, once limited to off-the-grid energy sources which pale in comparison

http://www.climatesciencenews.com/2018-01-09-more-green-for-green-power-investors-are-migrating-toward-alternative-energy.html

01/09/2018 / By Zoey Sky

By 2027, an artificial island in the North Sea could soon be providing renewable energy for at least 80 million

http://www.climatesciencenews.com/2018-01-09-europe-is-all-in-for-renewable-energy-artificial-island-in-the-north-sea-worlds-largest-wind-farm.html

01/06/2018 / By Zoey Sky

Based on the study of data concerning energy figures, in 2017 wind farms in the U.K. produced more energy compared

http://www.climatesciencenews.com/2018-01-06-renewable-energy-in-the-u-k-generated-triple-the-amount-of-power-from-coal-in-2017-study-reveals.html

01/04/2018 / By Ethan Huff

Renewable energy is taking the world by storm, as “greenies” everywhere welcome with open arms the latest iterations of solar

http://www.climatesciencenews.com/2018-01-04-your-green-energy-may-not-be-so-green-after-all-heres-a-list-of-the-rare-elements-used-in-solar-panels-and-wind-turbines-along-with-their-countries-of-origin.html

01/04/2018 / By Frances Bloomfield

From littering walkways and streets to illuminating them, dog poop may soon be fueling streetlamps across the United Kingdom. That’s

http://www.climatesciencenews.com/2018-01-04-cool-multi-use-invention-street-lamp-powered-by-dog-poop-has-proven-to-be-a-successful-green-energy-and-waste-management-combo-in-the-u-k.html

01/03/2018 / By News Editors

On Twitter December 28, President Trump wrote: “In the East, it could be the COLDEST New Year’s Eve on record.

http://www.climatesciencenews.com/2018-01-03-phony-prophets-painting-fake-pictures-to-produce-an-alternate-global-warming-reality.html

01/01/2018 / By Ethan Huff

If you could sum up Barack Obama’s legacy as a leader in just one word, it would be “deception.” The

http://www.climatesciencenews.com/2018-01-01-climate-spin-documents-reveal-epas-projection-of-reducing-premature-deaths-with-clean-power-was-misleading.html

01/01/2018 / By JD Heyes

For some people, it doesn’t matter how often former Vice President Al Gore has been wrong in his dire predictions

http://www.climatesciencenews.com/2018-01-01-al-gores-climate-change-predictions-implode-as-everybody-realizes-the-north-pole-didnt-completely-melt.html

12/31/2017 / By Janine Acero

Beer could soon replace diesel and gasoline as a promising source of sustainable motor fuel by 2022, thanks to chemists

http://www.climatesciencenews.com/2017-12-31-beer-as-a-renewable-fuel-vehicles-could-run-on-it-2022-without-having-to-be-altered.html

12/29/2017 / By Jayson Veley

If there’s one thing that the federal government is good at, it’s taking other people’s money and blowing it on

http://www.climatesciencenews.com/2017-12-29-your-tax-dollars-for-protecting-the-environment-are-actually-protecting-parking-spaces-epa.html

12/27/2017 / By Tracey Watson

Scientists and world leaders who are convinced that the world is facing a crisis they refer to as catastrophic man-made

http://www.climatesciencenews.com/2017-12-27-one-more-reason-high-carbon-levels-are-a-good-thing-co2-protects-rainforests.html

12/27/2017 / By Mike Adams

As we now sit in one of the coldest “chill waves” in America’s history, with NYC poised to break the

http://www.climatesciencenews.com/2017-12-27-remember-when-all-the-climate-change-experts-warned-that-winters-would-be-warmer-and-snowfall-would-decrease.html