Environment And Climate (Page 2/34)

Top 5 Not-so-popular Places to Visit While in Ontario

Do you live in Ontario and have nothing left to do in your city? Or maybe you are a visitor…

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Researchers Want to Make Fertilizer from Thin Air

Himadri Pakrasi was the one who made a bacteria that uses the help of photosynthesis to create oxygen in the…

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Climate Change Will Diminish Fisheries Productivity Worldwide By 2050, A New FAO Report Revealed

The livelihoods of millions of people who depend on fishing are at risk, according to new analyses and models published…

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Species Extinction Rate Accelerated By 1,000 Times Due To Human Activity And Climate Change

The process of species extinction has accelerated up to 1,000 times due to the abusive exploitation of natural resources and…

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Climate Change Affects The Interactions Between Plants And Pollinators More Then Expected

Some plants and pollinators relate to each other more frequently than to other species in the same environment. Up to…

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Australia’s Reptiles¬†Are Threatened By Invasive Species And Climate Change

Australia’s reptiles, mainly lizards and snakes, are endangered by invasive species and climate change, and 7% of them are on…

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Climate Change: A Former Coal Lobbyist Is The New Head Of The US Environmental Protection Agency

Republican Andrew Wheeler succeeds Scott Pruitt as head of the US Environmental Protection Agency, and that’s awful news for environmentalists,…

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Northern White Rhino Species Got New Hopes Thanks To Northern-Southern White Rhino Hybrid Embryos

Last March, those responsible for the Kenyan nature reserve of Ol Pejeta announced the death of Sudan, the last northern…

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Noctilucent Clouds Are Increasingly Common As A Consequence Of Human-Caused Climate Change

The rising water vapor levels within the Earth’s atmosphere caused by human activity are causing glowing, high-altitude clouds to appear…

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First Animals On Earth Triggered Global Warming Phenomenon About 500 Million Years Ago

The development of the first animals on Earth over 500 million years ago sparked a global warming phenomenon, decomposing the…

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