Prince Charles encourages the nation to get planting trees

Prince Charles has encouraged the nation to get planting trees for ‘Plant Britain’ in a Twitter post that kept comments turned off amid the backlash over his portrayal in Netflix’s The Crown.    The Prince of Wales, 72, has thrown his support behind a Countryfile campaign to plant 750,000 trees in an effort to tackle climate … Read more

NSW energy minster takes an extraordinary swipe at 'coal barons'

Renewables-loving NSW energy minster takes an extraordinary swipe at ‘coal barons’ as it provides 80% of power during extreme 40C heatwave NSW energy minister Matt Kean has passed new laws to boost renewable energy  On Sunday morning he tweeted his plan was a blow to vested interests  He suggested that coal power has no future … Read more

Climate change 'apocalypse' is stopping young people having children, new study claims

Climate change ‘apocalypse’ is stopping young people having children and 60 percent say they are worried their children could ADD their carbon footprint to the crisis, new study claims Researchers interviewed 607 young Americans about bout global warming and the impacts it would have on their decision to start families The results have now been … Read more

Federal Labor MP Julie Owens declares coal can be phased out

A left-wing federal Labor MP representing one of Australia’s most influential electorates has declared coal has ‘no future’ and will be replaced with hydrogen power, adding further fuel to climate change ideological battles within the party Julie Owens, the member for booming Parramatta in Sydney’s west, may have been born in the coal-mining city of … Read more

Greta Thunberg is 'honoured' by reports Amazon treats her eco movement as a 'threat'

Greta Thunberg said she is ‘honoured’ by reports that Amazon considers her environmental activism a threat to their business. The 17-year-old climate change activist urged Amazon to ‘reconsider its priorities’ following reports of the online retail giant’s ‘obsessive monitoring of organized labor and social and environmental movements’. Leaked internal Amazon reports from 2019 claimed that Amazon hired … Read more

Trove of arrows dating back 6,000 years are discovered in Norway after drastic amounts of ice melts 

A veritable treasure trove of ancient artifacts has been discovered in an Norwegian ice patch that climate change has caused to melt. Researchers found nearly 70 arrow shafts, plus shoes, textiles and reindeer bones on a mountainside in Jotunheimen, about 240 miles from Oslo. Based on radiocarbon dating, the oldest arrows are from around 4100 … Read more

When will Earth be eco-friendly? Most Americans believe the world will be greener by 2042

When will Earth be eco-friendly? Most Americans believe the world will be greener by 2042 if we produce zero waste and adopt a more plant-based diet A survey reveals that Americans are hopefully the world will become greener Approximately 59% of respondents say the Earth will be  eco-friendly by 2024  Americans say a green world … Read more

Sir David Attenborough, 94, quits Instagram exactly two months after he signed up

EXCLUSIVE: Sir David Attenborough, 94, quits Instagram exactly two months after he signed up to warn ‘the world is in trouble’ The broadcaster’s platform currently states it is ‘no longer active’ on the page’s biography section Much-loved naturalist David previously held the record as the fastest public figure to gain a million followers The media … Read more

Joe Biden attends mass and says all Americans should be able to worship 'safely' during pandemic

President-elect Joe Biden went to Saturday night mass in Wilmington and expressed his support for Americans continuing to worship during the deadly pandemic. Biden, a Catholic who has attended church regularly throughout the campaign and transition, opted for Saturday evening mass at St. Ann’s church in Wilmington. As he departed, he responded to a shouted … Read more

Some Roman Catholic groups and leaders are worried about Biden

Some Roman Catholic leaders are voicing their concern that President-elect Joe Biden would enact policies that would create ‘confusion’ about what the Church teaches, despite him being the second practicing Catholic to become president.      In a November 17 virtual meeting for the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops, Archbishop Jose Gomez shared that a group was being … Read more