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This week:

  • Climate fiction needs to challenge and inspire, say these Canadian authors
  • Netflix’s enviro satire Don’t Look Up is polarizing — and very popular
  • How scientists know the New Year’s Day boom over Pittsburgh was an exploding meteor

Climate fiction needs to challenge and inspire, say these Canadian authors

(Arden Wray/ ECW Press/Mike Kalimin)

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Press Launch


Nov 12, 2021 21:00 CET


In an incredibly interesting ceremony, the Vitality World Basis announced the globe winners in the five categories: Earth, Fire, Water, Air and Youth on November 8. A total of virtually 3,000 carried out environmental assignments from 187 nations participated in this private initiative from Austria. For the initial time in the 22-year history of the Power World, there were five instead of three nominees in just about every of the five categories. This was determined by the global jury, chaired by Maneka Gandhi, thanks to the significant

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Sewage procedure, sea turtles and a depressing condom ad all came up in jokes when late-night time television hosts united for one night to turn their comedian lenses to climate transform.

Eight late-night hosts devoted a portion of their plans Wednesday and early Thursday to the concern, part of a Local climate Week initiative timed to the UN General Assembly meeting in New York.

“Really don’t even consider about switching to an additional display,” mentioned ABC’s Jimmy Kimmel. “We’re all focused on this topic tonight. You are not able to escape. It really is fundamentally an intervention. Our potential is

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On monitor, the sight of a substantial metropolis slowly but surely sinking into the sea just cannot aid but conjure views of climate transform and environmental catastrophe.

But “Weathering With You” is no eco-thriller along the strains of “The Working day Soon after Tomorrow.” The haunting picture of a sinking metropolis only arrives toward the conclude of this stirring animated aspect from Japanese author-director Makoto Shinkai (“Your Name”).

Even with the torrential rains that arise through the movie, a feeling of hefty melancholy is the serious cloud that hangs around the story of Hodaka, a sixteen-12 months-aged runaway who has

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breaking newsTerror attacks are happening all over the world with what seems to be far more frequency. Susan – You are incredibly inspirational, and I was so thrilled to reach the final update and read your good news. The guilt I’ve felt for breaking make contact with with them nonetheless breaks my heart almost a year later. A comparable principle applies to breaking into the closed fraternity of sports broadcasting. Google offers a bunch of sites with local news and events in your charming town in Vancouver. Jan, thanks for sharing such a heartfelt, poetic response to the horror and sadness … Read More