Art World Targets Sustainability While Climate Change Continues

Last month, a man disguised as an old woman was sitting brazenly in a wheelchair. Cream cake on top of Leonardo da Vinci’s most famous work, Mona Lisa. The painting, which hangs in the Louvre Museum in Paris, was hidden behind bulletproof glass and was unharmed. Yet why would visitors to the world and the […]

Meta Agrees To Change Advertising Technology In Agreement With USA

SAN FRANCISCO — Meta agreed on Tuesday to replace its ad technology and pay a $115,054 penalty in a settlement with the Justice Department over allegations that the company’s ad systems are possessed. Discrimination against Facebook users with restrict who can see housing listings on the platform by their race, gender and zip code. Under […]

Climate Change Concerns Take on New Urgency in South Asia

FATEHGARH-SAHIB, India — When unseasonably heavy rains flooded fields and then equally unseasonal heat crumpled the seeds, it not only nearly halved Ranjit Singh’s wheat harvest. This has placed him and nearly all the other households in his village in northern India much more unstable in a country where the majority of people earn their […]

How Updates in iOS 16 and Android 13 Will Change Your Phone

CUPERTINO, California — Currently every yearour smartphones become a reminder to always be ready for change. This is because Apple and Google have announced updates to the operating systems that power our iPhones and Android phones. Soon, the software that runs the devices will have design tweaks and new features—new things to learn. Apple announced […]

California and New Zealand announce climate change partnership

SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — Senior officials from California and New Zealand signed a commitment Friday agreeing to help fight climate change by sharing ideas and best practices, including how to get millions of electric vehicles on the road. Governor Gavin Newsom, a Democrat, and New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern spoke about the deal at […]

Attend a Times Virtual Event on Climate Change

Climate change affects all of us, but that doesn’t mean we feel its effects equally. Countries that contribute the least to climate change are often the ones most exposed to its consequences. What obligations does the rich world have to its more vulnerable neighbors as the global south pays disproportionately for the extremes of the […]

How Climate Change Fits into Australian Elections

What is the current government’s stance on climate? It did little to suggest that it recognizes climate change as a clear and immediate danger that needs a major change in policy. Last year, just before the international climate talks in Glasgow, it reluctantly agreed to a net zero target by 2050, which meant it would […]

That’s it, Folks: A Serious Joke Book About Climate Change

SAVE PEOPLE!Stopping Human Extinctionby Stacy McAnultyIllustrated by Nicole Miles Some say the world will end in fire. Some say on ice. Others bet on nuclear war or a supervolcano. There are even those who entertain the idea of ​​an alien invasion. Or Stacy McAnulty’s “Save the People!” I took a carefree look at the global […]

Officials Say Climate Change Is Straining California’s Energy System

Extreme heat, severe wildfires and prolonged drought put California residents at increased risk of power outages, as climate-change-induced extreme weather puts additional stress on the state’s already taxed energy grid, officials said on Friday. Officials said in an online briefing that they are preparing for a scenario that will see California’s energy demand fall behind […]

Why Is Climate Change Making It Difficult To Fight Fire With Fire?

It’s more than a month and a half until summer, but massive forest fires They’ve already consumed the landscapes and dark skies in Arizona, New Mexico, and Nebraska. Whipping winds threw flames across the land around Boulder, Colo. December and March. In Boulder, wildfire concerns intensified in August and late summer when lightning strikes could […]