Environment And Climate

Electromagnetic Radiation From Telecommunications Might Be A Threat To Wildlife

From 3G and 4G networks to WiFi and cables, the global telecommunication networks are emitting electromagnetic radiation (EMR). A new…

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Russians Presented The First Floating Nuclear Power Plant For The Arctic Region, While Environmentalists Call It A Threat

Rosatom presented a floating nuclear power plant fitted with two reactors to supply the hydrocarbons exploitation in the Arctic region….

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Global Warming Could Cause A Loss Of About Two-Thirds Of The Insects’ Ecozones

Insects will be the group of animals most affected by global warming if the planet’s temperature gets 2 degrees higher…

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Artificial Insemination Method Used On A Southern White Rhino May Save Northern White Rhinos Species

A southern white rhino female at the San Diego Zoo in California is pregnant by artificial insemination, a fact which…

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The New Outbreaks of Ebola to Concern the Public Health Authorities

Another outbreak of the Ebola infection that has killed no less than two dozen individuals has set public health authorities…

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Global Warming Forces About 690 Marine Species To Migrate To Deeper And Cooler Waters

Approximately 690 marine species have moved into deeper, cooler seawater environments as a consequence of global warming which caused seawater…

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Ozone-Depleting Gas Caused By CFC Emissions Reduction Slowed Down By 50%

Scientists at the US National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) have detected a slowdown of 50% in the reduction of…

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Water Supply Is Significantly Altered By Human Activity, NASA Reports

NASA has just released the results of a study, published in the journal Nature, which reveals that humans have dramatically…

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Forest Cover Increases More In The Well-Developed Countries

The expansion of the forest cover is related to the improvement of economic conditions in the countries and not to…

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Global Warming: South America And The Caribbean To Cut Off Climate Pollutants For Reducing Regional Temperature

Latin America and the Caribbean could reduce the regional temperature, already increased by global warming, by 0.9 degrees Celsius by…

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