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Trump Administration Continues To Lessen The Regulations Against Climate Change

Trump administration continues the demolition of environmental regulations inherited from Barack Obama. This does not prevent adepts of the Paris…

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Mexico Is The Leader In The Americas For The Protection Of The Jaguar Species

The jaguar is one of the three largest cats in the world and only lives in the Americas. Mexico, with…

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Tesla To Recall 123,000 Tesla Model S Cars Due To A Corrosion Issue

Elon Musk’s Tesla, the electric car manufacturer in turmoil due to doubts about its future and a fatal accident involving…

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Morocco Government Is Trying To Avoid A New Water Crisis

In Morocco, 40 large dams are affected, of which 11 have lost more than 20% of their capacity. To fight…

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We now Have Images with Microglia Munching on Neurons

An important step forward was made by the researchers at the European Molecular Biology Laboratory. Their research lead to some…

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Parts of a 18th Century Ship were Discovered on a Florida Beach

A walk to the beach can bring some amazing discoveries. This is what happened for Julie Turner and her 8-year-old…

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China’s Space Lab will Give Us a Splendid Show

A wild space research centre that will dive back to Earth in the coming days is probably not going to…

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Recent Archaeological Findings Might be the Oldest Human Footprints from North America

Recently, Canadian archaeologists have made a historical breakthrough: they discovered many footprints dating from ancient times. They think that their…

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The Blockchain Technology To Be Used To Combat The Digital Piracy

Everybody heard about Bitcoin (BTC), Ethereum (ETH), Ripple (XRP), and other cryptocurrencies. Every crypto user also knows that every crypto…

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Greater Mekong Subregion Registered Great Progress Towards A Sustainable Development And Against Climate Change

The countries of the Greater Mekong Subregion (GMS) have made significant progress over the past 25 years, including achievements in…

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