Bear market: What does an animal have to with our economy?
- The Bergen Record
In 2021, 600,000 Americans bought an RV. Are they sorry now that gas prices have reached $5 per gallon? Not really.
- Tacoma News Tribune
Traps are currently being deployed in areas of infestation, marked by a bright orange buoy.
- Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
The tallest mass timber building in the world is opening in downtown Milwaukee. It's healthier for the planet. And you.
Mass timber buildings actively remove carbon from the atmosphere, locking it inside the structure for as long as the building stands.
- CBS News
The women, who were traveling to Chennai airport in India, were arrested after suspicious objects were seen on the airport's x-ray machine.
- Idaho Statesman
“The encounter happened too suddenly for him to deploy the bear spray he was carrying,” officials said.
- The State
Waties Island has been under development pressure for years. It will be remain undeveloped after a legal dispute has been resolved.
- LA Times
The controversial proposal would reshape how business is done on the California power grid.
- The Telegraph
Getting Brexit done was a major headache. But taking Scotland out of the UK and into the EU would be the mother of all migraines.
Green hydrogen is the ultimate answer to high gas prices, climate change, and saber-rattling dictators
WASHINGTON (Project Syndicate)—Human-induced climate change is causing dangerous and widespread environmental disruption and affecting the lives of billions of people around the world. The IPCC report released in April recommended that the world rapidly reduce fossil-fuel supply and demand between now and 2050: by 95% in the case of coal, 60% for oil, and 45% for natural gas. The answer is by switching to green hydrogen, which can be produced from all forms of renewable energy, including solar, wind, hydro, and geothermal.
Startups and major carmakers are starting to incorporate solar panels on their electric vehicles, an addition that extends the range of the cars even if perpetual motion remains a dream.
- The Providence Journal
A state incentive program to help people buy electric cars will begin July 7. Rebates of up to $4,500 will be offered through $1.25 million program.
- IndyStar | The Indianapolis Star
An incentive to help Hoosiers install solar panels is finally expiring on July 1. Consumer advocates say the new rate structures are unfair to customers.
- The Columbus Dispatch
Just 2% of Earth's 1 million known insect species are harmful to plants, animals or humans. Here are 10 that can damage your vegetable gardens.
- The Guardian
The fences Joe Ricketts erected around his ranch in the middle of the Blackfeet reservation are a deadly hazard for wildlife
- The Guardian
Just two species of the freshwater fish still exist in the ancient waters of Lake Lanao in the Philippines after predatory fish were accidentally introduced
Tesla has stepped up the pace of its utility-scale battery projects, and its Megapack installations in 2022 will help power utilities shut down coal- and natural gas-fired power plants.
- Associated Press
Bond has been set for “Tiger King” star Bhagavan “Doc” Antle on charges he laundered more than half a million dollars, money federal prosecutors have said that he believed to be the proceeds of an operation to smuggle people across the Mexican border into the United States. A federal judge in Florence, South Carolina, on Monday set a $250,000 secured bond for Antle, who was still listed as being held in jail as of Monday evening. Federal prosecutors said it would take a day to process his release, after which Antle will be confined to his 50-acre (20-hectare) wildlife tropical preserve in Socastee, outside Myrtle Beach.
- Associated Press
Wildlife advocates say there has been a distressing uptick in wolf poaching cases in the Northwest in the past year and a half. Four dead wolves were discovered in the northeastern corner of Washington state in February. Oregon had a total of 10 confirmed wolf poachings between 2017-2020.
- AZCentral | The Arizona Republic
An Arizonan tries to talk to his neighbors about climate change, while researchers show the way to fight denial is with repeated, accurate science.
- USA TODAY
The chief of the wildlife checkpoint at Suvarnabhumi Airport in Thailand said the animals were found in two suitcases after an X-ray inspection.