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theguardian.com - Phoebe Weston - Buzz stops: bus shelter roofs turned into gardens for bees and butterflies
Buzz stops: bus shelter roofs turned into gardens for bees and butterflies
The Guardian

Butterflies and bees are getting their own transport network as “bee bus stops” start to pop up around UK cities and across Europe. Humble bus shelter roofs are being turned into riots of colour, with the number of miniature gardens…

mainichi.jp - Japan-led researchers develop rechargeable cyborg cockroach - The Mainichi
Japan-led researchers develop rechargeable cyborg cockroach - The Mainichi
毎日新聞

TOKYO (Kyodo) -- A team of researchers has developed a rechargeable cyborg cockroach that can be remotely controlled for use in search-and-rescue and other missions, Japan's Riken research institute said. In experiments led by the state-backed…

longfordleader.ie - Lili Lonergan - New solar panel grants now available for businesses and public organisations across Ireland
New solar panel grants now available for businesses and public organisations across Ireland
Longford Leader

This announcement signals the latest phase in the Government's Micro-generation Support Scheme Business, public organisations and community groups across Ireland stand to benefit from new government grants geared towards the installation of solar…

telegraph.co.uk - Emma Gatten - From 'hot desks' to a parking barn, eco-homes to discourage residents from going to the office
From 'hot desks' to a parking barn, eco-homes to discourage residents from going to the office
The Telegraph

New eco-homes planned in Oxfordshire will provide residents with a communal working space to help them cut the carbon footprint of driving into the office. The 180 homes will also require almost no heating or cooling because of the levels of energy…

theguardian.com - Sam Jones - Ill-fated Spanish village poised to be destroyed a third time
Ill-fated Spanish village poised to be destroyed a third time
The Guardian

The stone and slate church of Santo Domingo de Guzmán held out for almost 1,000 years before surrendering to the bullet holes that dot its walls, the brambles that twist from its masonry and the rains that hammer its last rotting roof beam.

abcnews.go.com - Julia Jacobo - Can a clothing company save the planet? Patagonia wants to find out.
Can a clothing company save the planet? Patagonia wants to find out.
ABC News

If there was any doubt about where outdoor clothing company Patagonia stood on environmentalism, it was quickly put to rest last week when founder Yvon Chouinard and his family donated their ownership to efforts that would protect the planet.

ktvb.com - Erin Banks Rusby, Idaho Press - Youth rally at Capitol advocating action to prevent climate change
Youth rally at Capitol advocating action to prevent climate change
ktvb.com

BOISE, Idaho — This article originally appeared in the Idaho Press. Dozens of students from area schools walked out of class Friday afternoon for a youth rally, part of the Global Climate Strike, to demand that leaders at all levels take…

twitchy.com - Sam Janney - Biden doubling DOWN on the Inflation Reduction Act saving working families '100s a year' (when they're losing 1000s) goes SO very wrong
Biden doubling DOWN on the Inflation Reduction Act saving working families '100s a year' (when they're losing 1000s) goes SO very wrong
twitchy.com

Man, whoever is running Biden's Twitter account seriously needs to learn how to read the room. Probably not a great idea to act like Americans ‘saving' hundreds of dollars if they jump through a bunch of hoops is a good thing when your crap…

nextnewsnetwork.com - Next News Network Team - GOT NUKES? Biden Warns of Nuclear Threat So John Kerry Runs To China to Chat About Climate Instead
GOT NUKES? Biden Warns of Nuclear Threat So John Kerry Runs To China to Chat About Climate Instead
Next News Network | Your Right Source For News

John Kerry is back in the news after he made a recent announcement to resume climate talks with China. The announcement itself isn't puzzling, it's the timing. Wait until you hear this. News breaks every day here. Be the first to know when. Tap…

dailycaller.com - Michael Bastasch - BASTASCH: China Is Laughing At Us
BASTASCH: China Is Laughing At Us
The Daily Caller

Europe is rapidly de-industrializing. German factories are going dark. French and Dutch farmers can't afford to heat greenhouses. Millions of Brits are facing energy poverty. And Americans are still struggling to put food on the table or pay their…

express.co.uk - Jacob Paul - 'Jury's out': Farmer blows top at 'flaky' Truss as PM 'not supporting' amid energy crisis
'Jury's out': Farmer blows top at 'flaky' Truss as PM 'not supporting' amid energy crisis
Express.co.uk

A North Yorskhire-based farmer has signalled his dismay over the new Prime Minster, who has made 'flaky' promises to help the indsutry. Meanwhile, soaring energy costs are hamstringing crop proudction and are dealing a blow to farmers who have been…

bbc.co.uk - Former Gardeners' World home objects to solar farm - BBC News
Former Gardeners' World home objects to solar farm - BBC News
BBC

The owner of a tourist attraction which was once the home of BBC Gardeners' World has said its future is at risk, due to a planned 81-hectare solar farm. Barnsdale Gardens, in Rutland, was the home of Geoff Hamilton who presented the show on site…

zerohedge.com - Ramping Up Renewables Can't Provide Enough Heat Energy In Winter
Ramping Up Renewables Can't Provide Enough Heat Energy In Winter
Zero Hedge

We usually don't think about the wonderful service fossil fuels provide in terms of being a store of heat energy for winter, the time when there is a greater need for heat energy. Figure 1 shows dramatically how, in the US, the residential usage of…

dailymail.co.uk - How to sell your home in 2023: Ten top tips
How to sell your home in 2023: Ten top tips
Mail Online

Energy price worries, double-digit inflation, strikes, war and a new government — there's a lot going on right now, and it's all beginning to sap the confidence of sellers and buyers. The market is still robust, with Halifax this month…

cambridge-news.co.uk - Hannah Brown - Water company bosses who dump sewage in rivers face new crackdown
Water company bosses who dump sewage in rivers face new crackdown
cambridgenews

Calls for increased criminal liability for water company bosses who dump sewage in rivers have been backed by South Cambridgeshire District Council. A motion urging the district council to support the chair of the Environment Agency's message…

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