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View Article The Economist explains How many oceans are there? A NEW OCEAN has appeared on the maps of... 6/21/2021 Economist Info Details
View Article PM sets out plan to make UK 'science superpower' The prime minister has set out plans to... 6/21/2021 BBC Info Details
View Article Researchers develop new software for designing sustainable cities New technology could help cities around... 6/21/2021 PHYS.ORG - Earth Info Details
View Article Ikea and Rockefeller Foundations Will Give a Combined $1 Billion for... Roughly 2.8 billion people worldwide... 6/21/2021 Bloomberg Energy Science Info Details
View Article Accelerating sustainability's digital revolution As individuals, we are awash in an... 6/21/2021 Greenbiz Info Details
View Article Barnaby Joyce’s Nationals threaten to blow up any climate ambition,... The Nationals could shrink our markets... 6/21/2021 Guardian - Climate Change Info Details
View Article Bitcoin dives as China widens crackdown on crypto mining Bitcoin tumbled more than 10 percent... 6/21/2021 PHYS.ORG - Technology Info Details
View Article California dairy's journey toward climate neutrality California dairy farmers’ efforts to... 6/21/2021 Greenbiz Info Details
View Article Environment minister rules huge renewable energy hub in WA 'clearly... Sussan Ley says planned Pilbara... 6/21/2021 Guardian - Energy Info Details
View Article If we want to fight the climate crisis, we must embrace nuclear power A powerful form of clean energy already... 6/21/2021 Guardian - Energy Info Details
View Article Iran's sole nuclear power plant undergoes emergency shutdown Iran's sole nuclear power plant has... 6/21/2021 PHYS.ORG - Technology Info Details
View Article Mark Carney: Credible net-zero plans crucial for future financing The Imperial College Business School in... 6/21/2021 Greenbiz Info Details
View Article Paying fortifies ransomware gangs but scant support for bans If your business falls victim to... 6/21/2021 PHYS.ORG - Technology Info Details
View Article Smaller bodies, longer wings, earlier migrations: Untangling the... When a University of Michigan-led... 6/21/2021 PHYS.ORG - Earth Info Details
View Article Why the world needs better climate pledges The world’s conversations about climate... 6/21/2021 Greenbiz Info Details
View Article Scorching Hot in Phoenix: What it's Like to Work in 115 Degrees Phoenix is facing a double heat and... 6/20/2021 New York Times - Climate Section Info Details
View Article Protesters march in response to major sewage leak Protesters have demanded Southern Water... 6/20/2021 BBC Info Details
View Article UN blasts world leaders for failing to seal £72bn-a-year deal on... Financial aid 'critical’ to help... 6/20/2021 Guardian - Energy Info Details
View Article New oilfield in African wilderness threatens lives of 130,000... Exploratory project in Botswana and... 6/20/2021 Guardian - Energy Info Details
View Article Red squirrel project 'shows native species return' A conservation project aiming to... 6/20/2021 BBC Info Details

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A NEW OCEAN has appeared on the maps of the National Geographic Society, an American research and conservation organisation. The Southern Ocean, which encircles Antarctica, will henceforth be given the same status, and typeface, as the Arctic, Atlantic, Indian and Pacific Oceans. But of course...

Date Added:June 21, 2021

The prime minister has set out plans to cement the UK's place as a "science superpower". Boris Johnson announced how increases in the research budget would be spent. He will chair a new National Science and Technology Council to provide "strategic direction" on how research is harnessed for...

Author:Jennifer MeierhansBBC News
Date Added:June 21, 2021

PHYS.ORG - Earth

New technology could help cities around the world improve people's lives while saving billions of dollars. The free, open-source software developed by the Stanford Natural Capital Project creates maps to visualize the links between nature and human wellbeing. City planners and developers can use...

Date Added:June 21, 2021

Bloomberg Energy Science

Ikea and Rockefeller Foundations Will Give a Combined $1 Billion for Clean Energy

Roughly 2.8 billion people worldwide don’t have access to reliable power, according to the United Nations, but the two philanthropies estimate these funds will bring energy to a billion of them over the next decade. Further, since the partnership will target communities that might...

Date Added:June 21, 2021

As individuals, we are awash in an ever-expanding array of digital devices that accumulate and communicate (and sell) data on our functional needs and personal desires. Similarly, businesses and entire societies have embraced digital technologies for tasks ranging from retail purchasing to...

Author:Terry F. Yosie
Date Added:June 21, 2021

Guardian - Climate Change

Barnaby Joyce’s Nationals threaten to blow up any climate ambition, and it’s making life hard

The Nationals could shrink our markets for agricultural exports in less than two years Barnaby is back. The Nationals have delivered leadership into the hands of a political terrorist and his allies, thereby throwing tacks under the tyres of rural communities. Slow clap for them. Meanwhile, the...

Date Added:June 21, 2021

PHYS.ORG - Technology

Bitcoin tumbled more than 10 percent Monday after China broadened a crackdown on its massive cryptocurrency mining industry with a ban on mines in a key southwestern province. Chinese mines power nearly 80 percent of the global trade in cryptocurrencies despite a domestic trading ban since 2017,...

Date Added:June 21, 2021

California dairy farmers’ efforts to both eliminate and capture methane emissions are further reducing the footprint of every glass of milk produced. This article is sponsored by Real California Milk. On the heels of the Leaders on Climate Summit in April, all eyes are on the U.S. to meet its...

Author:John Talbot
Date Added:June 21, 2021

Guardian - Energy

Environment minister rules huge renewable energy hub in WA 'clearly unacceptable’

Sussan Ley says planned Pilbara development would harm wetlands and threatened bird species A massive renewable energy export development in the Pilbara has been declared “clearly unacceptable” by the federal environment minister due to its impact on threatened migratory species and...

Date Added:June 21, 2021

Guardian - Energy

A powerful form of clean energy already exists – and it is far more reliable than wind and solar On 30 April, the Indian Point nuclear power plant 30 miles north of New York City was shut down. For decades the facility provided the overwhelming majority of the city’s carbon-free electricity as...

Date Added:June 21, 2021

PHYS.ORG - Technology

Iran's sole nuclear power plant has undergone an unexplained temporary emergency shutdown, state TV reported on Sunday. An official from the state electric company Tavanir, Gholamali Rakhshanimehr, said on a talk show that the Bushehr plant shutdown began on Saturday and would last "for three to...

Date Added:June 21, 2021

The Imperial College Business School in South Kensington is home to the new Leonardo Centre on Business for Society. Former Bank of England Governor Mark Carney has urged businesses to establish credible net-zero strategies, warning that firms that fail to do so could struggle to secure future...

Author:Cecilia Keating
Date Added:June 21, 2021

PHYS.ORG - Technology

If your business falls victim to ransomware and you want simple advice on whether to pay the criminals, don't expect much help from the U.S. government. The answer is apt to be: It depends. "It is the position of the U.S. government that we strongly discourage the payment of ransoms," Eric...

Date Added:June 21, 2021

PHYS.ORG - Earth

Smaller bodies, longer wings, earlier migrations: Untangling the multiple impacts of climate warming on birds

When a University of Michigan-led research team reported last year that North American migratory birds have been getting smaller over the past four decades and that their wings have gotten a bit longer, the scientists wondered if they were seeing the fingerprint of earlier spring migrations....

Date Added:June 21, 2021

The world’s conversations about climate change fundamentally have shifted during the last few years. We have moved beyond old debates around whether climate change is happening (hint: it is) to more constructive discussions about addressing it. That’s excellent news, even if we spent decades...

Author:Jonathan Foley
Date Added:June 21, 2021

New York Times - Climate Section

Phoenix is facing a double heat and housing crisis that is falling hardest on people who have to suffer the sun. Workers trying to stay hydrated while setting building foundations on the outskirts of Phoenix on Thursday.Credit... PHOENIX - As the sun rose on another day of record-breaking heat,...

Author:Jack Healy
Date Added:June 21, 2021

Protesters have demanded Southern Water puts an end to sewage discharge in the aftermath of a major leak. Margate beaches have been closed to swimmers after wastewater was released during storms on Wednesday night. Protesters in a march, organised by Acorn Margate, along the seafront on Sunday...

Date Added:June 21, 2021

Guardian - Energy

UN blasts world leaders for failing to seal £72bn-a-year deal on climate

Financial aid 'critical’ to help developing countries limit fossil fuels – and make Cop26 a success, says UN The head of climate change at the UN has warned that world leaders are still “far away” from securing a deal to limit the disastrous effects of global heating, with less than five months...

Date Added:June 20, 2021

Guardian - Energy

New oilfield in African wilderness threatens lives of 130,000 elephants

Exploratory project in Botswana and Namibia is threat to ecosystems, local communities and wildlife, conservationists say Tens of thousands of African elephants are under threat from plans for a massive new oilfield in one of the continent’s last great wildernesses, experts have warned....

Date Added:June 20, 2021

A conservation project aiming to reintroduce red squirrels in Carnfunnock County Park in County Antrim is showing real success. A number of kittens were born in recent weeks. It is thought to be the first time that the native squirrels have been breeding in the area for more than 30 years. Their...

Author:Maria McCannBBC News NI north east reporter
Date Added:June 20, 2021