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View Article Biden's climate leadership will be tested at the Earth Day summit China, Russia, and India may be... 4/19/2021 VOX -Environment Info Details
View Article The Science of Climate Change Explained Where it was cooler or warmer in 2020... 4/19/2021 New York Times - Climate Forward Info Details
View Article End of giant iceberg A-68 The mission to determine the impact of... 4/19/2021 PHYS.ORG - Earth Info Details
View Article Common Plants and Pollinators Act as Anchors for Ecosystems The next time you go for a hike, take an... 4/19/2021 Science Daily - Earth and Climate Info Details
View Article Huge plastics plant faces calls for environmental justice, stiff... 4/19/2021 Washington Post - Climate and Environment Info Details
View Article Belfast to get new 250-acre woodland near Cavehill Belfast is to get a new 250-acre... 4/19/2021 BBC Info Details
View Article Greta Thunberg: Indescribable to meet Attenborough Teenage climate activist Greta Thunberg... 4/19/2021 BBC Info Details
View Article Video The American space agency, Nasa, has... 4/19/2021 BBC Info Details
View Article The woman who could be Germany's next chancellor For the first time in their party's... 4/19/2021 BBC Info Details
View Article Nasa successfully flies small helicopter on Mars The American space agency has... 4/19/2021 BBC Info Details
View Article Study aims to aid south of Scotland's black grouse A new survey hopes to help protect... 4/19/2021 BBC Info Details
View Article Briefly Noted Book Reviews Second Nature, by Nathaniel Rich... 4/19/2021 New Yorker Info Details
View Article Did Home Economics Empower Women? For pioneers of the field, it was a... 4/19/2021 New Yorker Info Details
View Article The Incredible Rise of North Korea's Hacking Army The country’s cyber forces have raked in... 4/19/2021 New Yorker Info Details
View Article John Oliver Exposes How People In Debt Keep Getting Screwed -- And How... John Oliver warned on Sunday’s “Last... 4/19/2021 Huffington Post Info Details
View Article There’s a Booming Business in America’s Forests. Some Aren’t Happy... The fuel pellet industry is thriving.... 4/19/2021 New York Times - Climate Section Info Details
View Article Progressive Lawmakers to Unveil Legislation on Energy and Public... The proposal, billed as the Green New... 4/19/2021 New York Times - Climate Section Info Details
View Article Matthew McConaughey Trounces Greg Abbott In Poll For Texas Governor Actor and possible future politician... 4/19/2021 Huffington Post Info Details
View Article First-Ever Wild Wolf Collar Camera Shows What They Really Do All Day... The camera, which was placed on the wolf... 4/19/2021 Huffington Post Info Details
View Article Tailing new ideas: Cheetah-inspired design enables better robot... From lizards to kangaroos, many animals... 4/19/2021 PHYS.ORG - Technology Info Details

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VOX -Environment

China, Russia, and India may be reluctant to reengage on US terms at the climate summit. On Thursday, President Joe Biden will try to pull off some diplomatic gymnastics: hosting a Leaders Summit on Climate to convince countries to take bolder action on climate change, while the US is still very...

Date Added:April 19, 2021

New York Times - Climate Forward

Where it was cooler or warmer in 2020 compared with the middle of the 20th century –1°C 0° +1° +2° +3° No data Where it was cooler or warmer in 2020 compared with the middle of the 20th century –1°C 0° +1° +2° +3° No data Where it was cooler or warmer in 2020 compared with the middle...

Author:Veronica Penney
Date Added:April 19, 2021

PHYS.ORG - Earth

The mission to determine the impact of the giant A-68a iceberg on the important marine ecosystem of sub-Antarctic South Georgia is a success according to a team of researchers and engineers, from British Antarctic Survey (BAS) and National Oceanography Centre (NOC). This week (Monday 19 April)...

Date Added:April 19, 2021

Science Daily - Earth and Climate

The next time you go for a hike, take an extra moment to appreciate the seemingly ordinary life all around you. A house fly, humble yarrow weed and other "generalist" plants and pollinators play a crucial role in maintaining biodiversity and may also serve as buffers against some impacts of...

Date Added:April 19, 2021

Washington Post - Climate and Environment

Huge plastics plant faces calls for environmental justice, stiff economic headwinds

Date Added:April 19, 2021

Belfast is to get a new 250-acre woodland which is to be developed close to Cavehill Country Park in the north of the city. The Woodland Trust has spent £600,000 acquiring the site. The bulk of the money has come from an environment fund with top-up cash from Stormont's Environment...

Author:Conor MacauleyBBC NI Agriculture & Environment Correspondent
Date Added:April 19, 2021

Teenage climate activist Greta Thunberg says meeting with fellow campaigner Sir David Attenborough was "indescribable." He features in the 18-year-old's new BBC documentary on climate change, A Year to Change the World. Speaking to Greg James on the Radio 1 Breakfast show, Greta said Sir...

Date Added:April 19, 2021

The American space agency, Nasa, has successfully flown a small helicopter on Mars. The drone, called Ingenuity, was airborne for less than a minute, but Nasa is celebrating what represents the first powered, controlled flight by an aircraft on another world. This was the moment the data came...

Date Added:April 19, 2021

For the first time in their party's four-decade history, the German Greens have announced a candidate to run as chancellor. Equally historic is the central role the Greens will play in September's general election. On Monday, the Green Party announced that 40-year-old Annalena Baerbock...

Author:Damien McGuinnessBBC News, Berlin
Date Added:April 19, 2021

The American space agency has successfully flown a small helicopter on Mars. The drone, called Ingenuity, was airborne for less than a minute, but Nasa is celebrating what represents the first powered, controlled flight by an aircraft on another world. Confirmation came via a satellite at Mars...

Author:Jonathan AmosBBC Science Correspondent
Date Added:April 19, 2021

A new survey hopes to help protect dwindling numbers of black grouse across the Southern Uplands. The study will monitor lekking sites where male birds strut and display their feathers during their annual courting rituals. The information will then be used to help keep wind farms and new forest...

Date Added:April 19, 2021

Second Nature, by Nathaniel Rich (Farrar, Straus & Giroux). Tales of greed, corruption, and indifference abound in reporting on climate change and ecological disaster, and there are plenty in this vibrant book: DuPont and the poisoning of Parkersburg, West Virginia; SoCalGas and the poisoning of...

Date Added:April 19, 2021

For pioneers of the field, it was a gateway to the male-dominated world of science; for those it purported to help, it could be yet another domestic trap. Of all the paradoxes in the paradoxical field known as home economics, perhaps the most peculiar is the practice house, with its practice...

Author:Margaret Talbot
Date Added:April 19, 2021

The country’s cyber forces have raked in billions of dollars for the regime by pulling off schemes ranging from A.T.M. heists to cryptocurrency thefts. Can they be stopped? Shimomura was a member of the Yamaguchi-gumi, the largest yakuza crime family in Japan. When one of his superiors asked him...

Author:Ed Caesar
Date Added:April 19, 2021

Huffington Post

John Oliver Exposes How People In Debt Keep Getting Screwed -- And How To Fix it

John Oliver warned on Sunday’s “Last Week Tonight” that there could be a looming wave of bankruptcy filings once pandemic-related financial aid programs come to an end. And many of those who file for bankruptcy will find out the hard way that the system wasn’t set up to help them ? not to...

Date Added:April 19, 2021

New York Times - Climate Section

There’s a Booming Business in America’s Forests. Some Aren’t Happy About It.

The fuel pellet industry is thriving. Supporters see it as a climate-friendly source of rural jobs. For others, it’s a polluter and destroyer of nature. A tree being dragged to a wood chipper, a first step toward being transformed into wood pellets and shipped overseas.Credit... Photographs and...

Author:Gabriel Popkin
Date Added:April 19, 2021

New York Times - Climate Section

Progressive Lawmakers to Unveil Legislation on Energy and Public Housing

The proposal, billed as the Green New Deal for Public Housing Act, offers a clear policy marker for liberals as Democrats seek to influence President Biden’s $2.3 trillion infrastructure plan. WASHINGTON - Top liberal lawmakers are set to unveil legislation on Monday that would modernize the...

Author:Emily Cochrane
Date Added:April 19, 2021

Huffington Post

Actor and possible future politician Matthew McConaughey would stomp GOP Texas Gov. Greg Abbott in a race for the state’s top job, according to a new poll. The “Magic Mike” actor said last month that he’s seriously considering running for governor of his home state. “I do think I have some...

Date Added:April 19, 2021

Huffington Post

First-Ever Wild Wolf Collar Camera Shows What They Really Do All Day Long

The camera, which was placed on the wolf while it was sedated by Voyageurs Wolf Project, captured 30 seconds of video at the start of every hour during daylight, giving scientists a brief window into the life of a wolf. “What is particularly fascinating is that this wolf (V089, a lone wolf) knew...

Date Added:April 19, 2021

PHYS.ORG - Technology

Tailing new ideas: Cheetah-inspired design enables better robot movement

From lizards to kangaroos, many animals with tails possess an agility that allows them to turn or self-right after a foot slip. Cheetahs demonstrate tremendous precision and maneuverability at high speeds due, in part, to their tails. Translating this performance to robots would allow them to...

Date Added:April 19, 2021