The Weekly Round Up: June 11-17

Welcome back to the Weekly Round Up!  I hope you had a good week.  Things are finally starting to get back to normal here at Earth|Unfiltered, after my shitty month of no internet, but unfortunately it’s anything but business as usual in the rest of the world- or at least anytime Trump and his government comes near any environmental issues.  This week we had lots of talk about the Paris Agreement, turkey vomit, and giant Australian turekys.  So without further ado, let’s dive in!

Environment minister says report claiming Trudeau has “switched to appeasement” of Trump is incorrect

Sweden legally commits to reaching net-zero emissions by 2045

EU won’t negotiate with Trump over Paris Agreement

Romania to ban wild animals in circuses

Trump’s environment rollbacks won’t stick Obama’s EPA head says

Pope tells Merkel to keep pressing for international cooperation

Global diet and farming methods “must change for environment’s sake”

Environmental Protection Agency head leaves G7 environment meeting early

From vulture vomit to the anal secretions of a weasel: Scientists reveal the worst smells they have encountered in the natural world

Hunting spiders lose web skills

For the first time in history, solar jobs outnumber coal jobs in Virginia

Polluted environments kill 1.4 million in Europe [and Central Asia] annually; UN agencies urge stepped-up action

US quietly removes 17 sites from UN Biosphere Reserve Network

And finally, Giant turkeys roamed Australia two million years ago, study finds

That’s it for this week’s Round Up though, be sure to comment below with your thoughts and opinions, or if we missed any major news stories this week!