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Forever changes: Climate lessons from ancient Egypt
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Forever changes: Climate lessons from ancient Egypt

With record-breaking heat waves gripping many regions of the U.S. and unprecedented floods wreaking havoc from China to Germany, the existential threat of climate change

Cambridge-led team developing a simulator to help reach net zero flight
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Cambridge-led team developing a simulator to help reach net zero flight

The University of Cambridge has announced the launch of the Aviation Impact Accelerator (AIA) – an international group of experts in aerospace, economics, policy, and

The Science of Underground Kingdoms
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The Science of Underground Kingdoms

Picture an anthill. What do you see? A small mound of sand and crumbly dirt poking up through the lawn? A tiny hole disappearing into

Rivers Are Largest Global Source of Mercury in Coastal Oceans
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Rivers Are Largest Global Source of Mercury in Coastal Oceans

Ten rivers are responsible for half of the riverine mercury entering the world’s oceans — with the Amazon River, the Ganges, and the Yangtze topping

Nature-based solutions highly effective in long term - Oxford research
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Nature-based solutions highly effective in long term

Nature-based solutions (NbS) can contribute to the fight against climate change up to the end of our century, according to new Oxford research in the leading scientific

Deep Sea
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Impact of marine carbon on climate change to be investigated by Warwick Scientists

185 scientists won part of the European Research Council’s (ERC) €450 million for Europe’s long-term frontier research, one of which was Professor David Scanlan, from

Environment

Traces Of An Ancient Rainforest Found In Antarctica

Frozen wasteland is the word that comes to our brain when we think about the poles of our Earth. For a very long time, these

Invisible plastics in water
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Invisible plastics in water

A Washington State University research team has found that nanoscale particles of the most commonly used plastics tend to move through the water supply, especially

How Are We Wasting Half Trillion Dollars On Coal Energy
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How We Are Wasting Half Trillion Dollars On Coal Energy

We’ve been studying renewable resources for a long time. But this new report shows something further that is to be looked at. Dive in to

Researchers use graphene for converting waste to energy sources
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Researchers use graphene for converting waste to energy sources

We have been concerned about the news of eruption of methane from the floor of the Arctic Ocean, however, the quantities released so far are