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Cities are affecting global climate patterns in ways unsuspected till now, say US researchers who think climatologists should factor energy consumption patterns into their models.
It offers an appealing alternative to more stuff and more money, which drives environmental destruction today
Europe’s attempt to tackle climate change by giving carbon a value which would encourage industry to cut greenhouse emissions is struggling for survival.
Burning fossil fuels like coal, oil and gas adds significantly to global warming and will in time exhaust finite reserves.
There’s a lot of talk about overfishing and pollution wreaking havoc in marine ecosystems, but has anyone actually studied if there is less wildlife in the oceans these days?
In Australia — where Mad Max was set, which recently has been hit by the worst fires in decades, cases of water theft, among many other catastrophes, have already been reported.
By the end of the year the Government will have a “road map” of what New Zealand’s environmental research priorities should be.
— A quick look at how Brave Wilderness has managed to become the Animal Planet of YouTube. It uses strong titles and the shocking imagery of bullet ant bites and bloodsucking leeches in order to educate views on wonders of the animal kingdom. — — Transcript Provided by YouTube: 00:00 and I’m about to…
— 10 Coldest Places On Earth!! From record setting low temps to year round miserable…stay tuned to number 1 to find out the coldest places on Earth! — — Transcript Provided by YouTube: 00:00 From record setting low temps to year round miserable…stay tuned to number 1 to find 00:05 out the coldest places…
The world badly needs secure energy supplies and a stable climate. But the international mechanisms it has developed to regulate the way energy is exploited and shared belong to another era, analysts say.
As Jane Goodall turns 80, Henry Nicholls talks to her about her remarkable career studying chimpanzee behaviour, her animal welfare activism, and accusations of plagiarism in her latest book.
Here stands the Great Green Wall: Part 2
— Mr. Andersen shows you how to interpret a position vs. time graph for an object with constant velocity. The slope of the line is used to find the velocity. A phet simulation is also included. — — Transcript Provided by YouTube: 00:00 00:07 Hi. It’s Mr. Andersen and today I’m going to do…
The trio of blue-collar blokes behind Baba Marda (Abrolhos Live Rock Pty Ltd) leveraged a lifetime of fishing knowledge to create a limestone substrate that can be used to regrow reefs. After investing a decade of their lives and almost a million dollars, they’re now beginning to make waves around the world.
Insisting that its policy of generating electricity from hydropower is emissions-free, Brazil is facing opposition from river communities threatened by its expansion. But is it a green option anyway, asks Climate News Network’s Brazil correspondent.