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Global Warming: The Plans Of Reduction Short-Lived Climate Pollutants Emissions In South America By 2050

South America faces a climatic dilemma. The application of measures to reduce the CO2 emissions of short-lived climate pollutants by…

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NAFTA 2.0 Could Jeopardize The Fight Against Climate Change, Experts From Canada, Mexico, and the US Reported

The negotiation of the energy chapter within the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) hinders the fight against climate change…

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Ocean Miner Is The Only Bitcoin (BTC) Miner Which Is Powered By Energy Produced By Ocean’s Tides

The Tara Expeditions Foundation, together with the advertising agency Fred & Farid (FF) of Los Angeles, launched the “Ocean Miner”,…

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Environment Commission Of The Union Of Quebec Municipalities Met On Tuesday To Discuss Environment Quality Act, Among Others

Meeting on Tuesday in Montreal, the members of the Environment Commission of the Union of Quebec Municipalities (UQM) gave an…

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Quebec Sustainable Mobility Policy To Reduce Greenhouse Gas Emissions Was Welcomed By SWITCH

SWITCH, the Alliance for a Green Economy in Quebec, welcomes the Quebec Sustainable Mobility Policy unveiled on April 17th and…

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Climate Change Fight In The US Virgin Islands Is Not Possible Due To Trump’s Administration

After the destruction caused by the two category-5 hurricanes that hit the US territory, residents’ fears take on a new…

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Almost 30% Of The Great Barrier Reef Was Lost In Just 9 Months Due To The 2016 Heatwave

The corals of the Great Barrier Reef of Australia experienced a catastrophic extinction after the widespread marine heatwave of 2016,…

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Drones Used To Study Remote River Areas Where Salmon And Brown Trout Are Affected By High Temperatures, In Scotland

The use of drones can help alleviate the effects of climate change on rivers by providing information on the planting…

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Harmful Pollutants Causing Greenhouse Effect And Global Warming Were Found Over Pacific, Atlantic, And Arctic Oceans, During A NASA Research

NASA found unexpected levels of harmful pollutants over the Pacific, Atlantic, and Arctic oceans which are involved in the greenhouse effect…

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An Earth Rotation Change Would Cause Drastic Alterations In The Planet’s Environment

What would happen if the Earth rotation changes its direction? That’s the question that scientists tried to answer through a computer…

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