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03.03.21Air pollution puts children at higher risk of disease in adulthood355STANFORD, March 3 (WNM/Stanford University) - Children exposed to air pollution, such as wildfire smoke and car exhaust, for as little as one day may be doomed to higher rates of heart disease and other...
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01.03.21The world's first high-temperature ammonia-powered fuel cell for shipping370BERLIN, March 1 (WNM/Fraunhofer-Gesellschaft/Britta Widmann) - At present, hydrogen is the primary focus in the area of sustainable energy: there are plans in place to use hydrogen to fuel buses, commercial...
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26.02.21Climate impacts of food production not reflected in prices333AUGSBURG, FEBRUARY 26 (WNM/Nature Communications/Manuela Rutsatz) - Agriculture is one of the main sources of man-made greenhouse gases, accounting for 24 % of global emissions. This figure alone shows...
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23.02.21Cooperation across boundaries and sectors could boost sustainable development in South Asia301LAXENBURG, AUSTRIA, February 23 (WNM/Nature Sustainability/Ansa Heyl) - Countries in South Asia's Indus River Basin could lower costs for development and reduce soil pollution and water stress by cooperating...
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16.02.21Climate change will alter the position of the Earth's tropical rain belt309IRVINE, February 16 (WNM/Nature Climate Change) - Future climate change will cause a regionally uneven shifting of the tropical rain belt - a narrow band of heavy precipitation near the equator - according...
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08.02.21Bioplastics in the sustainability dilemma303BÒNN, February 8 (WNM/ Resources, Conservation & Recycling/Svenja Ronge) - Plastics made from crops such as maize or sugarcane instead of fossil fuels are generally considered sustainable. One reason...
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03.02.21Rail freight transport along the New Silk Road continues its upward trajectory392BERLIN, Februar 3 (WNM/Moritz Enders) - The Kazakh-Russian-Belarusian "United Transport and Logistics Company - Eurasian Rail Alliance" (UTLC ERA) alone transported 546,900 TEU (standard containers)...
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29.01.21Climate change is hurting children's diets - study347VERMONT, January 29 (WNM/Environmental Research Letters) - A first-of-its-kind, international study of 107,000 children finds that higher temperatures are an equal or even greater contributor to child...
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27.01.21Researchers call for tackling short-lived climate-forcing pollutants396POTSDAM, January 27 (WNM/Institute for Advanced Sustainability Studies/Bianca Schröder) - It is common practice in climate policy to bundle the climate warming pollutants together and express their...
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25.01.21Global ice loss increases at record rate363LEEDS, January 25 (WNM/University of Leeds) - The rate at which ice is disappearing across the planet is speeding up, according to new research. And the findings also reveal that the Earth lost 28 trillion...
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20.01.212020 tied for warmest year on record, NASA analysis shows359WASHINGTON, January 20 (WNM/NASA) - Continuing the planet's long-term warming trend, the year's globally averaged temperature was 1.84 degrees Fahrenheit (1.02 degrees Celsius) warmer than the baseline...
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18.01.21Climate change and wildlife: The limits to phenotypic plasticity322VIENNA, January 18 (WNM/Frontiers in Physiology/Nina Grötschl) - Animals are well adapted to their environment enabling them to cope well with significant seasonal fluctuations in one or more environmental...
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14.01.21Climate change has caused billions of dollars in flood damages502STANFORD, January 14 (WNM/Stanford University) - In a new study, Stanford researchers report that intensifying precipitation contributed one-third of the financial costs of flooding in the United States...
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11.01.21Computer scientists: We would not be able to control superintelligent machines326BERLIN, January 11 (WNM/Journal of Artificial Intelligence Research/Artur Krutsch) - Suppose someone were to program an AI system with intelligence superior to that of humans, so it could learn independently....
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07.01.21The new face of the Antarctic - study408BREMERHAVEN, 7. Januar (WNM/Biological Reviews/Sebastian Grote) - Never before have researchers arrived at so many new findings on the biological and biochemical processes at work in the Antarctic than...
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05.01.21Plastics pose threat to human health, report shows393BETHESDA, MARYLAND, January 5 (WNM/The Endocrine Society) - Plastics contain and leach hazardous chemicals, including endocrine-disrupting chemicals (EDCs) that threaten human health. An authoritative...
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04.01.21Climate crisis is causing lakes to shrink399BREMEN, January 4 (WNM/Communications Earth & Environment/Ulrike Prange) - Climate change is impacting not only the oceans, but also large inland lakes. As the world's largest lake, the Caspian Sea...
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22.12.20Plastic-eating enzyme 'cocktail' heralds new hope for plastic waste414PORTSMOUTH, December 22 (WNM/Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences) - A second enzyme, found in the same rubbish dwelling bacterium that lives on a diet of plastic bottles, has been combined...
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21.12.20Researchers significantly increase fuel efficiency in the real world of road transport369STUTTGART, December 21 (WNM/ Forschungsvereinigung Verbrennungskraftmaschinen/Stephanie Smieja) - Car manufacturers must improve the energy efficiency of petrol engine-driven vehicles significantly...
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17.12.20Empowering women could help address climate change373LAXENBURG, AUSTRIA, December 17 (WNM/Nature Communications/Ansa Heyl) - Vulnerability and exposure to the effects of climate change differs significantly across social groups, defined not only by income...
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16.12.20Climate impacts of food production not reflected in prices379AUGSBURG, DECEMBER 16 (WNM/Nature Communications/Manuela Rutsatz) - Agriculture is one of the main sources of man-made greenhouse gases, accounting for 24 % of global emissions. This figure alone shows...
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15.12.20Cooperation across boundaries and sectors could boost sustainable development in South Asia349LAXENBURG, AUSTRIA, December 15 (WNM/Nature Sustainability/Ansa Heyl) - Countries in South Asia's Indus River Basin could lower costs for development and reduce soil pollution and water stress by cooperating...
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14.12.20World population likely to shrink after mid-century405SEATTLE, WA, December 14 (WNM/The Lancet) - Improvements in access to modern contraception and the education of girls and women are generating widespread, sustained declines in fertility, and world...
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11.12.20Africa benefits from trade with Asia and China - study384KIEL, December 11 (WNM/Institut für Weltwirtschaft/Mathias Rauck) - Trade relations between Africa and Asia, especially China, increase the prosperity of African countries. This is because they have...
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10.12.20Climate change exacerbates biodiversity loss401KARLSRUHE, December 10 (WNM/Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences) - A considerable number of existing and proposed post-2020 biodiversity targets by international organizations are at risk...
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