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Study Finds We Need Better Species Mapping

Usually, ecologists and conservation biologists use scientific models to assess what species and habitats they need to protect. However, a…

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Drones Used To Study Remote River Areas Where Salmon And Brown Trout Are Affected By High Temperatures, In Scotland

The use of drones can help alleviate the effects of climate change on rivers by providing information on the planting…

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Justin Trudeau Talked Today About Climate Change, Gender Equality, And CETA During His First Work Visit In France

During his first official visit to France, Justin Trudeau spoke to the French Assembly today. From the climate change and…

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Finland Will Prohibit The Use Of Coal For Energy Production Starting With 2029 To Combat Climate Change

Starting with the year 2029, Finland will prohibit the use of coal to produce energy. The Minister of the Environment,…

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The Pre-human Industrial Civilization to Actually Inhabit the Earth?

Imagine a scenario where humankind was not the primary civilization. Imagine a scenario in which, many years ago, in the…

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Is Being a Night Owl Dangerous for Your Health?

Recently, a new study regarding staying up late was published by the Northwestern Medicine in Chicago, together with the University…

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By 2022 we Could Check-in at a Luxurious Space Hotel

Many children want to be astronauts, but they don’t know how much work that implies. When you are on the…

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Blocking the pipeline in British Columbia is considered a crime

John Horgan, the premier of British Columbia has recently been reprimanded for his various attempts at trying to stop Kinder…

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Canadian Researchers Found An Hydrocarbons-Eating Bacterium Capable Of Cleaning Oil Spills

Scientists from the National Institute of Scientific Research (INRS) in Quebec have discovered, among many similar microorganisms that consume hydrocarbons,…

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Sweden Has Opened The First Electrified Road In The World, Designed To Charge Electric Cars On The Go

Sweden has just inaugurated its first electrified road, a model with which it aims to drastically reduce both the volume…

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