Environment

Harvard scientists announced that they were using geoengineering to dim the sun

US Should Pledge $100m to Dim The Sun, New Report Urges

A $100 million geoengineering research programme to ‘dim the sun’ has been proposed. In a new report, the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine, said that the US should dedicate between $100m (£73m) to $200m over five years to better understand the feasibility of interventions to dim the sun in order to fight climate change. It recommended interventions designed[Read More…]

Something Strange is Happening in Our Skies…..Sonic Boom Sound Heard in Dorset

Something Strange is Happening in Our Skies…..Sonic Boom Sound Heard in Dorset

A mystery sonic boom sound has disturbed residents in Dorset, it has been reported. Hundreds of people took to social media to report what they thought was an explosion.  It is thought that the sonic boom was caused by a meteor, known as a daytime fireball. Residents have since been urged to keep an eye out and report any fallen[Read More…]

Locust Plague Wreaks Havoc Across Africa and Asia

Locust Plague Wreaks Havoc Across Africa and Asia

Strange times we live in. As COVID-19 wreaks havoc across the world, another plague is sweeping across Africa. Billions of locusts have descended upon towns and cities across East Africa and South Asia. It is the worst infestation for a quarter of a century, threatening crops and livelihoods. Nobody knows where these locusts come from or why they have suddenly[Read More…]

Richard Loizou, Richard Roberts and Simon Roscoe Blevins

Judge who jailed fracking protestors linked to oil and gas industry

Article submitted by Gabriel Otwerah At a time when environmental issues are getting alarmingly acute, a judge with a conflict of interest sentenced three fracking activists to prison for public nuisance. Some may be disconcerted to note that this is the first time environmental protesters getting jailed in the UK since 1932. It is even more alarming that the judge[Read More…]

Suez Waste Management helps to recycle waste that traditionally could not be reused

UK recycling firm turns low-grade waste into fuel

A UK recycling and waste management firm is trying to help solve the plastic problem by turning waste into fuel. SUEZ UK, a company based in Rugby, reuse any rubbish that is too low-grade or low-value (such as mixed materials) to be recycled and turns it into specially-designed mulch, which is then packaged and sold to other companies as an[Read More…]