Arctic Sea Ice Ties For Seventh-Lowest Maximum

Arctic National Wildlife RefugeThe Arctic sea ice appeared to have reached its likely maximum extent for the year on March 13, according to the National Snow & Ice Data Center, and in doing so tied for the seventh-lowest in the 40-year satellite record
Arctic Sea Ice Ties For Seventh-Lowest Maximum syndicated from Clean Technica

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Federal Judge Blocks Drilling On Public Lands In Wyoming

judge blocks drilling on public landsA federal judge ruled this week that the government did not adequately assess the impact of greenhouse gases from oil and gas leases on public lands and blocked any drilling activities temporarily.
Federal Judge Blocks Drilling On Public Lands In Wyoming syndicated from Clean Technica

Banks Funneled $1.9 Trillion Into Fossil Fuels Since Paris Agreement

A new report published this week shows that 33 global banks provided $1.9 trillion to fossil fuel companies since the adoption of the Paris Climate Agreement at the end of 2015 and that the amount of fossil fuel financing has increased in each of the past two years. 
Banks Funneled $1.9 Trillion Into Fossil Fuels Since Paris Agreement syndicated from Clean Technica

The Tesla Model Y Performance Might Be The Best Bang For Your Buck (Versus Tesla Model 3 Trims)

The prices of Tesla’s vehicles have been bobbing up and down lately — to the tune of several thousand dollars in each direction. As of today, they have reached what feels like an equilibrium. At the current prices, Tesla’s new Model Y CUV, slated for its first deliveries in the fall of 2020, aren’t too far off from the platform it was built on, the Tesla Model
The Tesla Model Y Performance Might Be The Best Bang For Your Buck (Versus Tesla Model 3 Trims) syndicated from Clean Technica