Environment And Climate (Page 26/33)

Amazonian Jungle Deforestation And Brazilian Reckless Agriculture Can Lead To Ecosystems And Biodiversity Problems In The Region

Brazil, the owner of the largest green jungle in the world, the Amazonian jungle, was the country with the largest representation…

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Canada Will Face The Biggest Weather Anomaly In The World In This Period

The beginning of spring has overcome winter in Quebec but don’t comfort yourself because some provinces will undergo a sudden…

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The Amount Of Synthetic Microfibers In The Oceans Is A Thousand Times Higher Than Previously Estimated, A New Study Discovered

The presence of synthetic, semi-synthetic and other microfibers in the sea can be up to a thousand times greater than…

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13 Concrete Consequences Of Global Warming

The COP21, held in December 2015 in Paris, had set a goal of keeping global warming at less than 2…

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Alberta Agriculture To Receive $400 Million From The Alberta And Canadian Governments

The Alberta and Canadian governments will invest more than $400 million in Alberta agriculture sector over the next five years….

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Soil Degradation Due To Human Activity Increases Annually By 12 Million Hectares

According to the first comprehensive global assessment on soil degradation and restoration published by IPBES, soils are now in critical…

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McDonald’s Plans Reducing Its Greenhouse Gas Emissions To Fight Against Climate Change By 2030

If you think that restaurant companies remain oblivious to the battle against climate change, you’ll have to know that McDonald’s…

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Orange Snow On The Eastern European Mountains – “Today, We Are Skiing On Mars!”

On social networks, many tourists have published images of snow-capped mountains in Eastern Europe, all tinged with orange. The images…

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Two French Companies Dealt For A Reforestation Campaign In The Areas Affected By Climate Change And Wildfires

On the occasion of the International Day of Forests, which took place on March 21st, two French companies, Enedis and the…

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MIT Scientists Developed A Better System For Extracting Water From The Air

A team of researchers from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) developed a system for extracting water from the air…

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