Weekly Earth News Round Up: April 18th
No Debate About Climate Change; Apple’s Earth Day Efforts; and Take a Trek Across Earth
The topic of planet earth is always top-of-mind in the media. Whether it’s coverage about Earth Day 2016, new environmental legislation, or the latest earth-imaging innovations, there is no shortage of stories to keep on top of – which can be overwhelming. This is why Voices.Earth is providing all of the actionable earth news you need in one place with our Weekly Earth News Round Up.
Research Shows That There’s No Scientific Debate About Climate Change
A new study finds that an overwhelming majority of climate experts agree that human-caused climate change is real.
Tim Cook Announces Apple’s Earth Day Effort: “Apps For Earth”
Last week, Apple announced the arrival of a new green-initiative known as “Apps For Earth” to coincide with Earth Day.
Make Earth Day Active with These 5 Volunteer Ideas
Live Science is offering these outstanding ideas for volunteering, as a great way to celebrate Earth Day.
El Niño is Earth’s Rechargeable Heat Battery
New research shows that El Niño has a major impact on energy within Earth’s climate.
March 2016: Earth’s 11th-Straight Warmest Month on Record
New data shows that March 2016 was the warmest March since at least 1891, making it the planet’s 11th consecutive month to set a global temperature milestone.
Take a Trek Across Planet Earth
Just in time for Earth Day later this week, be sure to take a trek across some of the planet’s most amazing photographs with Trek Earth here.
See The World Through Earth Cam
Like many of us, if you are stuck in your office this week, you can still see the entire world in real time at Earth Cam.
Cozy Earth Offers Earth Day Special
Be sure to take advantage of a special Earth Day 2016 offer for duvet covers from Cozy Earth here.