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Air Pollution Takes About 8 Million Lives Annually, According To WHO

Nine out of ten people in the world breathe polluted air, causing 7 million deaths annually from air pollution directly…

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Arctic Phytoplankton Is Resistant To Climate Change More Than In Other Areas Of The World

Ocean acidification triggered by climate change seems to cause less harm to the Arctic phytoplankton which is resistant to the…

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Green Technology To Help The Frogs And Toads Affected By Global Warming

One of the consequences of climate change is its impact on the physiological functions of animals, such as frogs and…

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Ancient Genomes Of The Old Tsimshian People Uncovered Their Genetical Evolution During The Last 6,000 Years

Scientists from the Emory University studied the ancient genomes of a tribe of Native Americans known as Tsimshian People which…

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Aliens Can’t Come to the Earth Because of the Strong Gravity?

In the hunt of alien life forms, Michael Hippke, an astrophysicist from the Sonneberg Observatory in Germany, thought of a…

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DNA Repairing Mechanism Is More Active In Plants Due UV Radiations Exposure But Is Similar To That In Humans

A scientist discovered a DNA repairing mechanism that allows plants to repair the DNA sequences damaged by excessive UV radiations….

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The Occurrence Of Water On Earth Could’ve Been Linked To Asteroids Impacts

A new study claims it can answer one of the most important questions about cosmic space: How did water appear…

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GHG Emissions In Volume Of 90 Million Tons Could Be Eliminated Thanks To “Carbon Pricing” Scheme By 2022

Environment Canada’s recent assessment suggests that the Canadian federal government’s proposal for carbon pricing may eliminate up to 90 million…

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Global Warming Will Expose Regina, Saskatchewan, To Significantly Increased Temperatures By 2050

Temperatures will rise by about 6 degrees Celsius in the Saskatchewan capital by 2050 due to global warming. These estimates…

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Dead Zone In The Arabic Sea Expanded To Twice The Size Of Scotland Since The ’60s Due To Climate Change

Back in the 1960s, researchers have learned of the Dead Zone in the Arabic Sea, found in the Gulf of Oman,…

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