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View Article Dyer: Stay the course on Carbon pricing Kristy Dyer has a background in art and... 3/30/2021 Info Details
View Article Eco co-housing plans for illegal settlement Five families have been given permission... 3/7/2021 BBC Info Details
View Article Coal mine firm takes legal action over U-turn A company planning to build a coal mine... 3/7/2021 BBC Info Details
View Article Porpoises' birthing spot identified in sea study A survey of large marine animals in the... 3/7/2021 BBC Info Details
View Article Drones vs hungry moths: Dutch use hi-tech to protect crops Dutch cress grower Rob Baan has enlisted... 3/7/2021 PHYS.ORG - Technology Info Details
View Article Geothermal Could be a Sleeper Above, more from my conversation with... 3/7/2021 Climate Crocks Info Details
View Article Israeli 5-minute battery charge aims to fire up electric cars From flat battery to full charge in just... 3/7/2021 PHYS.ORG - Technology Info Details
View Article Space-starved Singapore builds floating solar farms in climate fight Thousands of panels glinting in the sun... 3/7/2021 PHYS.ORG - Technology Info Details
View Article Florida Official Calls On FBI To Investigate 'Red Carpet'... Florida’s agricultural commissioner has... 3/6/2021 Huffington Post Info Details
View Article Ikea boss warns tariffs will lead to higher prices The boss of Ikea has told the BBC he... 3/6/2021 BBC Info Details
View Article US bombers deployed to Arctic skies The US has deployed long range bombers... 3/6/2021 BBC Info Details
View Article How Joe Biden got his sizeable stimulus bill through the Senate And what that says about coming... 3/6/2021 Economist Info Details
View Article Scientists Discover 'Space Hurricane' High Above The Earth Scientists have identified a “space... 3/6/2021 Huffington Post Info Details
View Article 'It is the question of the century': will tech solve the climate... Robots on coral reefs, vast barriers to... 3/6/2021 Guardian - Climate Change Info Details
View Article 'Tree hunter' nears end of 13 year nature project A "landscape detective" who has been... 3/6/2021 BBC Info Details
View Article NASA's new Mars rover hits dusty red road, 1st trip 21 feet NASA's newest Mars rover hit the dusty... 3/6/2021 PHYS.ORG - Earth Info Details
View Article Tucker Carlson Serves Up A Feast Of 'Partisan Junk Food’ In Stinging... The “partisan junk food” served up by... 3/6/2021 Huffington Post Info Details
View Article Drone searches massive hole in Siberian ground ice A Russian team of researchers has... 3/6/2021 Info Details
View Article Eco-homes become hot property in UK's zero-carbon 'paradigm shift' Smart, low-carbon homes were once the... 3/6/2021 Guardian - Energy Info Details
View Article Flamingos poisoned by illegal lead pellets in Greek lagoon On a country road that the locals have... 3/6/2021 PHYS.ORG - Biology Info Details

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Kristy Dyer has a background in art and physics and consulted for Silicon Valley We have not one but two crises on our hands: COVID and global warming. The COVID crisis is immediate, it has killed 550,000 in North America alone. Global warming is coming slowly but inevitably, we are still headed...

Date Added:January 23, 2021

Five families have been given permission to build an environmentally friendly co-housing community on the site of a former illegal settlement. The group formed a company to buy Holme House Farm at Skelsmergh in Cumbria. South Lakeland District Council approved plans for five houses and the...

Date Added:March 7, 2021

A company planning to build a coal mine in Cumbria is taking legal action over the county council's decision to reconsider its approval of the scheme. The authority granted West Cumbria Mining (WCM) planning permission in October but the plans had not been formalised. WCM said the decision...

Date Added:March 7, 2021

A survey of large marine animals in the Bristol Channel has identified a popular location where porpoises give birth and nurture their calves. Hurlstone Point, near Porlock, Somerset was a focus for frequent sightings of harbour porpoises during 2020. Volunteers for the annual Somerset and...

Author:Ian FergussonWeather presenter, BBC Points West
Date Added:March 7, 2021

PHYS.ORG - Technology

Dutch cress grower Rob Baan has enlisted high-tech helpers to tackle a pest in his greenhouses: palm-sized drones seek and destroy moths that produce caterpillars that can chew up his crops. "I have unique products where you don't get certification to spray chemicals and I don't want it," Baan...

Date Added:March 7, 2021

Climate Crocks

Above, more from my conversation with Daniel Cohan of Rice University.He’s among those who wonder if advanced, or “enhanced” geothermal energy might be a dark horse answer to the question of how to firm the grid in coming decades. Below, my own visit to a Geothermal station in...

Date Added:March 7, 2021

PHYS.ORG - Technology

From flat battery to full charge in just five minutes - an Israeli start-up has developed technology it says could eliminate the "range anxiety" associated with electric cars. Ultra-fast recharge specialists StoreDot have developed a first-generation lithium-ion battery that can rival the...

Date Added:March 7, 2021

PHYS.ORG - Technology

Thousands of panels glinting in the sun stretch into the sea off Singapore, part of the land-scarce city-state's push to build floating solar farms to cut greenhouse gas emissions. It may be one of the world's smallest countries, but the prosperous financial hub is among the biggest per capita...

Date Added:March 7, 2021

Huffington Post

Florida Official Calls On FBI To Investigate 'Red Carpet' Vaccines For State's GOP Donors

Florida’s agricultural commissioner has called on the FBI to launch an investigation into what she branded as Gov. Ron DeSantis’ system of “red carpet vaccine distribution” for wealthy GOP donors. “The fact pattern is simply just too clear to avoid: Give campaign contribution, big dollars, get...

Date Added:March 7, 2021

The boss of Ikea has told the BBC he fears that global trade tensions will lead to higher prices for customers. Jesper Brodin, chief executive of Ingka Group, which is the furniture giant's holding company, said imposing restrictions such as tariffs "normally doesn't benefit the...

Author:Jonathan JosephsBusiness reporter, BBC News
Date Added:March 7, 2021

The US has deployed long range bombers to Norway for the first time. Four B1 bombers will be operating out of Oland Air Base over the next few weeks. It's being seen as a message to Moscow that the US is ready to defend its allies in the strategically contested Arctic region, which is rich...

Date Added:March 7, 2021

And what that says about coming political combat in Washington NEW YORK WHO IS THE most powerful Joe in Washington? That question seems to have an easy answer: Joe Biden, the president. But close on his heels is West Virginia’s senior senator, Joe Manchin. Because Democrats control the senate by...

Date Added:March 7, 2021

Huffington Post

Scientists have identified a “space hurricane” ? an approximately 620-mile-wide whirling mass of plasma in the upper atmosphere above the magnetic North Pole. The hurricane occurred in August 2014, but scientists didn’t know it had happened until more recently, when an international team of...

Date Added:March 7, 2021

Guardian - Climate Change

'It is the question of the century': will tech solve the climate crisis – or make it worse?

Robots on coral reefs, vast barriers to hold back the glaciers, simulated volcanic eruptions to offset global heating ... Can technology repair the mess we have made? Elizabeth Kolbert is not convinced Elizabeth Kolbert’s favourite movie is the end-of-the-world comedy Dr Strangelove or: How I...

Date Added:March 6, 2021

A "landscape detective" who has been recording ancient trees along the English and Welsh border for 13 years has almost completed his project. Rob McBride has been walking the 177 mile (285km) Offa's Dyke path logging culturally significant trees since 23 April 2008. He initially thought it...

Author:Steve MatherBBC News
Date Added:March 6, 2021

PHYS.ORG - Earth

NASA's newest Mars rover hit the dusty red road this week, putting 21 feet on the odometer in its first test drive. The Perseverance rover ventured from its landing position Thursday, two weeks after setting down on the red planet to seek signs of past life. The roundabout, back and forth drive...

Date Added:March 6, 2021

Huffington Post

Tucker Carlson Serves Up A Feast Of 'Partisan Junk Food’ In Stinging Supercut

The “partisan junk food” served up by Fox News personality Tucker Carlson on a daily basis was laid bare by CNN’s Brianna Keilar on Friday. With Fox News “facing a ratings slump after its de facto executive producer lost the presidential election,” “Newsroom” anchor Keilar noted how the...

Date Added:March 6, 2021

A Russian team of researchers has released a report on the first-ever drone search inside one of several huge craters found in the ground ice in Siberia. The article issued in February carries the results of a survey of the inside of the 17th crater, that was discovered last July. The first...

Main Category:Permafrost
Date Added:March 7, 2021

Guardian - Energy

Smart, low-carbon homes were once the preserve of one-off grand designs – now there are up to 30,000 projects in the pipeline Instead of parking spaces, it’s flowerbeds and vegetable planters that line the car-free street of Solar Avenue in Leeds, where rows of 60 low-energy homes form a little...

Date Added:March 6, 2021

PHYS.ORG - Biology

On a country road that the locals have dubbed 'Flamingo Street' Stavros Kalpakis walks alongside the tall reeds of Agios Mamas, a small northern Greek lagoon, peering through binoculars. The grizzled environmentalist puts on his waterproof waders and boots and steps into knee-deep water. When he...

Date Added:March 6, 2021