Carbon dioxide is essential, but laughing gas can roast us pretty quickly

Illustration of the greenhouse effect (Background image: EPA)


On a large scale, probably no. But there are ways solar can immensely help the rail infrastructure.

World's first 100% solar-powered train in Australia (Image)

But What Would It Take To Do That?

1. 100% Rooftop Solar-Powered Trains


5 takeaways from the book by Naomi Klein

Capitalism vs. Climate (Image)

1. Fossil fuel companies have carbon reserves almost five times our existing carbon budget


And vice versa.


With agriculture, the impact of climate change becomes personal as our food starts to change.

How Agriculture Affects Climate Change

Map A shows the global distribution and intensity of crop production (red) and cattle grazing (green) and map B shows regional changes to soil carbon stocks since 10,000BC. Most of the regions have lost carbon instead of gaining. (Source)
  1. Land use — Soil removes about one-fourth of all carbon on the Earth. As plants and trees grow, they use up carbon dioxide. When they die, the decay process releases all that they contain back into nature. If the land is…


Amazon has a massive carbon footprint. What is Bezos doing about it?

Bezos Earth Fund
Bezos Earth Fund
Jeff Bezos inside the Spheres at Amazon HQ, Seattle (Image)

Amazon's Impact on the Climate

  1. It delivered nearly 3.5 billion packages in 2019. That means an enormous amount of transportation of goods — via planes, ships, trucks, etc. And this number is…


AI can eliminate many manual and tedious tasks and bring down design, operation, and waste management costs.

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Using influencer marketing to save the world—one tree at a time.

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targeted youtube campaign
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People wanted him to plant 20 million trees.


Here's a case for why we should not discard this source of abundant, carbon-free energy.

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"Nuclear is ideal for dealing with climate change, because it is the only carbon-free, scalable energy source that's available 24 hours a day." — Bill Gates


Scientists say we may be headed for a 1.5˚C increase in average temperatures by 2030. What does that mean?

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At the time of Industrial Revolution, the average global temperature was up by about 0.1˚C. …


Joe Biden vs Donald Trump for US presidential elections 2020 (Image source: BBC)

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