We’ve known CO2 traps heat since 1860. We had to deal with the fact that the CO2 coming out of enemy aircraft was confusing the heat-seeking missile because CO2 absorbs infrared radiation. So this is literally rocket science, if you want to think of it that way.
Almost half (47%) of all U.S. wells are being developed in regions with high to extremely high water stress. This means that more than 80 percent of the annual available water is already allocated to municipal, industrial and agricultural users in these regions. (Source: Ceres)
Delaware Riverkeeper Network, NJ Environmental Federation, & NJ Sierra Club settled their lawsuit against the Dept of Environmental Protection Agency, clearing the way for the agency to rule on whether a southern NJ nuclear plant is doing enough to prevent unnecessary fish kills. That will force the NJ DEP to take a position on whether the facility's cooling water intake structures must be upgraded to reduce fish kills, which are more than 3 billion fish a year.