Environment And Climate (Page 2/38)

Dimming The Sun To Stop Global Warming Is Not Something Scientists Suggested

News emerged last week saying that scientists want to “dim the Sun” to halt climate change. However, it seems that…

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Anti-Global Warming Atmospheric Spraying Might Be Effective, But Too Costly With Current Technology

The scientists are working on developing a program to reduce Earth’s heat capture by throwing aerosols into the atmosphere. However,…

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Ancient Humans Are Not Guilty Of Mammal Extinctions Across Africa

A new study revealed that humans’ earliest tool-bearing ancestors had not caused the disappearance of large mammals in different areas…

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Three Bear Species Discovered In Same Northern Manitoba Area

Wapusk NP cameras captured the first evidence in the world of polar, black, and grizzly bear species sharing the same…

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Huge Natural Carbon Sink To Turn Into A Major Carbon Source

Before scientists come up with a reliable solution to solve the problems created by climate change triggered by the CO2…

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Something Unusual And Very Hot Happens Beneath Antarctica, Puzzling The Scientists

According to a recent study, something strange and very hot is taking place beneath Antarctica. The Antarctic Ice Sheet at the…

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Climate Change Is Harming Male Fertility, A New Study Shows

According to a new study conducted by the University of East Anglia, climate change might damage male fertility. The results…

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Air Pollution Harms Herbivorous Insects and Ecosystem, A New Study Reveals

According to a new study, heavy air pollution in cities affects insects and ecosystem as plants exposed to high levels…

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Lost Continents Found Under Antarctica’s Ice Using Gravity-Mapping Satellite Data

Using gravity-mapping satellite data, along with seismological examination, researchers from the Kiel University and the British Antarctic Survey (BAS) revealed some…

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Arctic Permafrost Emits Acids And CO2 As It Melts Down, A US Geological Survey’s Study Revealed

As global warming and temperatures rise around the Arctic Ocean, and the world’s northernmost territories in the area around the…

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