Cannabis plants remove greenhouse gases from the air while also absorbing lead, mercury, and cadmium from the soil. This is how Cannabis plants could help fight climate change.
According to Science Alert, scientists have successfully reanimated the zombie virus after it was trapped in Siberian permafrost for 50,000 years.
The Chief External Relations Officer of Vancity, Jonathan Fowlie, said that a Canadian bank will launch a credit card linked to carbon emissions.
With the assistance of Cogo, a major Australian bank, the Commonwealth Bank of Australia (CBA), has begun linking customer transactions to carbon footprints.
In a report published on September 14 in connection with its ongoing 2022 Sustainable Development Impact Meetings, the World Economic Forum, led by German engineer and economist Klaus Schwab, cites compliance with COVID mandates to promote climate change lockdowns.
A series of email exchanges between Greenpeace Founder Patrick Moore and South Korean Professor Seok-soon Park shows him saying that climate change is based on false narratives and that it has become more of a political movement than an environmental movement.
Spain's "stonehenge" has become fully visible for the second time since water hid it in the 1960s thanks to a drought there. However, this is not the only recent discovery as ancient artifacts, dinosaur tracks and Nazi ships have all appeared around the world as drought causes low water levels.
Global leaders are presently manufacturing an economic crisis just to pursue their ‘climate change’ goals. The result is a deliberate economic contraction and a global recession, which we are currently experiencing.
A sketch of a complex has revealed that Canada is planning to militarise its climate police force, and some believe these actions represent the beginnings of a pattern of attacks on farmers similar to those that sparked massive discontent in the Netherlands and other parts of Europe.
The National Academy of Sciences, which is a key science body, has sanctioned a White House climate official, Jane Lubchenco, who serves as the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy's deputy director for climate and the environment.