Environment And Climate (Page 37/42)

This Smart Irrigation System Saves 60% Of The Water Consumption And Runs On Green Energy

The first 100% maintenance-free smart irrigation system in the world has been installed at the University of Cadiz (UCA), in…

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Ecosystem Services – What Are They And Why It Is Important To Maintain Them?

An ecosystem is a set of species, both animals and plants, that live in a certain area and that interact…

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The Quebec Government Will Build A Facility To Contain The Contaminants At Mercier Lagoons

The Quebec government will build a facility to contain the contaminants at Mercier Lagoons site. To do this, the government…

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8th World Water Forum – The Earth Can Remain Without Water

The UN representatives and many specialists and politicians gathered in Brasilia on Monday at the 8th World Water Forum, calling…

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Climate Change Can Be Fought With A ‘Magic’ Tree, The Guaimaro Tree

On our planet threatened by global warming, the Guaimaro, an immense tropical tree venerated by the ancients and original from…

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Sea Levels are Expected to Rise Due to Glaciers Melting

Scientist are raising a sign of alarm since they have uncovered that a larger sized glacier has been floating around…

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All You Need to Know About Climate Litigation

With the rapid increase of climate change and the effects that it has on various regions and domains, environmentalists are…

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Climate Refugees Due To Climate Change Will Significantly Grow In Number By 2050

“Climate refugees” or “environmental migrants” are those people who are forced to leave their homes due to diminished agricultural production,…

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The 8th World Water Forum 2018 Has Just Started In Brazil, Today

At the 8th World Water Forum 2018, which started in Brazil, today (March 19, 2018), UNESCO will advocate for the…

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Snow Crystals Prove Climate Change

Recently, the researchers who work at Columbia University visited the Catskill Mountains in New York. They planned the trip this…

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