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Climate reporter burns out

A picture of my friends and me in 2010, the year The List was created. I hung this picture in the hallway of the SUNY New Paltz journalism department, where it remained for at least a few years. When I…

22 Jul 2021 • 3 min read
HEATED by Emily Atkin
A weather service for the climate emergency

We are in a climate emergency. And you were born at just the right moment to help change everything. I hope the weather is wonderful today where you are. For the past few weeks, I’ve been devoting time…

03 Aug 2021 • 2 min read
The Phoenix by Eric Holthaus
August Challenge: Learn

I consume a lot of eco content, partially for research for this newsletter and to stay informed on the most pressing issue of our time. But perhaps the most important reason of all is a kind of conscious…

03 Aug 2021 • 4 min read
Five Minutes for the Planet by Jen Knoch
Go Outside: The Crown land camping (in Alberta & B.C.) edition

Campers dot the landscape on Crown land in Southern Alberta. Happy August! We hope this summer is treating you well and full of camping trips, epic hikes and safe outdoor adventures (amid all the heat…

03 Aug 2021 • 4 min read
Go Outside by Annalise and Cailynn
Featured Publication
Understanding Overlapping Corporate Disinformation Campaigns is Critical to Telling the Full Story About Science Denial

5 minute read Bayer, which now owns Monsanto, announced at the end of July that it will remove the harmful pesticide glyphosate — a “probable carcinogen” — from its Roundup herbicide products by 2023,…

03 Aug 2021 • 5 min read
The DisInformation Chronicle by The DisInformation Chronicle
Conservation's feral companion: rewilding

Simple climate action // I S S U E # 4 7 // R E W I L D I N G When I studied environmental science in graduate school, I remember being asked if wild places still exist. Of course, I thought. I had seen…

03 Aug 2021 • 11 min read
Hothouse // Solutions by Hothouse Solutions
Episode 168: Accelerating Cleantech Startups with Pat Sapinsley of Urban Future Lab at NYU Tandon

Today's guest is Pat Sapinsley, Managing Director of Cleantech Initiatives at the Urban Future Lab at NYU Tandon School of Engineering. Pat and I cover her career leading up to Urban Future Lab, an overview…

02 Aug 2021 • 6 min read
This Week in MCJ (My Climate Journey) by Jason Jacobs
July News Roundup

Never say never: If you enjoy this newsletter please give us a share and subscribe! For business inquiries, please reach out! Subscribe now 🛠️ Industry News Iron is in the air (🔋🔋🔋) Iron runs in the…

02 Aug 2021 • 5 min read
Intercalation Station by Intercalation
Basking sharks holding hands (fins) is the cutest thing you'll see all day

Hi everyone, Lovely to see you back again and welcome to our new members. I know lots of people are on holiday this week so let’s keep this to the point and dive right into the latest ocean news without…

02 Aug 2021 • 2 min read
Baleen by Melissa Hobson
Back in those beautiful dunes

No ‘island story’ today; I am sharing only a picture. This is me, in the beautiful dunes close to home that I described in earlier posts. Somebody requested to add more pictures of myself in these newsletters…

31 Jul 2021 • < 1 min read
The Planet by Alexander Verbeek 🌍
3. Zomato, Markets 🍕 and Farm-to-Fork 🍴Marketplaces

“While Zomato is a money-losing, cash-burning enterprise now, it has promise and is on track to delivering a viable business model” -Aswath Damodaran on The Zomato IPO: A Bet on Big Markets and User Platforms…

31 Jul 2021 • < 1 min read
Agribusiness Matters by Venky Ramachandran
Who wants to be a climate accountability hero?

Emily Sanders is the Center for Climate Integrity’s editorial lead. Catch up with her on Twitter here. This week in EXXONKNEWS: Congress requests an interview with the senior Exxon lobbyist who was caught…

30 Jul 2021 • 3 min read
German Emissions From Electricity Rose 25% In First Half Of 2021 Due To The Lack Of Wind Power, Not Willpower

German emissions from electricity generation increased in the first half of 2021 by one-quarter, or 21 million tons, according to German think tank Agora Energiewende. Gas-fired power plants increased…

28 Jul 2021 • 5 min read
Michael Shellenberger by Michael Shellenberger
Stop dehumanizing researchers and start using their emotions as important information

Hey there! Welcome back to Gen Dread. If you’re new here, you can subscribe to free emails from me about staying sane in the climate crisis by hitting that nice yellow button right there: Subscribe now…

28 Jul 2021 • 4 min read
Gen Dread by Britt Wray, PhD

Climate Change

"What can I do?" Anything.
12 Jul 2021 • 9 min read
HEATED by Emily Atkin
"We aren't comfortable running that"
02 Aug 2021 • 6 min read
HEATED by Emily Atkin
Things get HEATED on CNN
06 Jul 2021 • 3 min read
HEATED by Emily Atkin