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FrResearchers reveal cost of key climate solution126STANFORD, APRIL 9 (WNM/Stanford University) - First comprehensive nationwide assessment estimates energy penalties from managing carbon dioxide storage reservoirs. The findings provide a framework for...
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DoWe don't know how most mammals will respond to climate change, warn scientists134ZURICH, APRIL 8 (WNM/Animal Ecology/Sebastian Tilch) - Nearly 25% of mammal species are threatened with extinction, with this risk exacerbated by climate change. But the ways climate change is impacting...
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MiEvidence of Antarctic glacier's tipping point confirmed133NEWCASTLE, APRIL 7 (WNM/The Cryosphere) - Researchers have confirmed for the first time that Pine Island Glacier in West Antarctica could cross tipping points, leading to a rapid and irreversible retreat...
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DiAfrican elephants' range has shrunk greatly - study152KENYA, April 6 (WNM/Current Biology) - A study reported in the journal Current Biology has both good news and bad news for the future of African elephants. While about 18 million square kilometers of...
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01.04.Carbon-neutral "biofuel" from lakes143BASEL, SWITZERLAND, April 1 (WNM/Universität Basel) - Discussion about the current climate crisis usually focuses on carbon dioxide (CO2). The greenhouse gas methane is less well known, but although...
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31.03.Asia and Europe are at high-risk of pesticide pollution228SYDNEY, March 30 (WNM/Nature Geoscience) - A global map of agricultural land across 168 countries has revealed that 64 percent of land used for agriculture and food crops is at risk of pesticide pollution....
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30.03.Forests on caffeine: Coffee waste can boost forest recovery305LONDON, March 30 (WNM/Ecological Solutions and Evidence) - A new study finds that coffee pulp, a waste product of coffee production, can be used to speed up tropical forest recovery on post agricultural...
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29.03.Climate change warms groundwater in Bavaria159HALLE-WITTENBERG, March 29 (WNM/Frontiers in Earth Science/Ronja Münch) - Groundwater reservoirs in Bavaria have warmed considerably over the past few decades. A new study by researchers at Martin Luther...
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25.03.How the aviation industry must change after Covid-19 - study181VÄXJÖ, SWEDEN, March 25 (WNM/Linnaeus University/Ulrika Bergström) - The ongoing pandemic can be an opportunity for the aviation industry to make a transition, by gradually exchanging fossil fuels for...
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24.03.Industrialised countries finance new coal-fired power plants in Asia on a grand scale282BERLIN, March 24 (WNM/Environmental Research Letters/Ulrich von Lampe) - The Paris Climate Agreement not only incorporates the temperature targets of 1.5 and 2 degrees as the maximum tolerated global...
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23.03.Air pollutant reductions could enhance global warming without greenhouse gas cuts243FUKUOKA, JAPAN, March 23 (WNM/Kyushu University) - As countries around the world race to mitigate global warming by limiting carbon dioxide emissions, an unlikely source could be making climate goals...
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22.03.More trees do not always create a cooler planet, study shows187WORCESTER, MA, March 22 (WNM/Clark University) - New research by Christopher A. Williams, an environmental scientist and professor in Clark University's Graduate School of Geography, reveals that deforestation...
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19.03.Climate-neutral agriculture to be expensive and antisocial - study221ZURICH, March 19 (WNM/ETH Zurich) - Emissions of methane and nitrogen oxides from agriculture are Europe's second most important contributor to climate change, after CO2 emissions from burning fossil...
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18.03.Covid-19-related emissions drop likely does not substantially affect the global climate205COLOGNE, March 18 (WNM/Geophysical Research Letters/Gabriele Meseg-Rutzen) - The drop in emissions due to worldwide Covid-19 lockdowns was too small in both magnitude and duration to have a significant...
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17.03.Governments worldwide want to restrict the market power of major tech companies1.768BERLIN, March 17 (WNM) - The market power of major tech companies like Google, Apple or Facebook is a matter of concern for lawmakers in the EU, the USA and Russia. Now they want to try to prevent the...
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16.03.European summer droughts since 2015 exceed anything in the past two millennia203CAMBRIDGE, 16. März (WNM/University of Cambridge/ Petra Giegerich) - Recent summer droughts in Europe are far more severe than anything in the past 2,100 years, according to a new study. An international...
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15.03.Potentially harmful chemicals found in plastic toys199COPENHAGEN, March 15 (WNM/Environment International) - It has long been known that several chemicals used in plastic toys in different parts of the world can be harmful to human health. However, it...
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12.03.How global sustainable development will affect forests231LEEDS, March 12 (WNM/Forest Policy and Economics) - The United Nations' 17 key areas for global development - known as the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) - range from tackling poverty, hunger...
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11.03.Huge potential for electronic textiles made with new cellulose thread222STOCKHOLM, March 11 (WNM/The Swedish Research Council/ Christian Borg) - "Miniature, wearable, electronic gadgets are ever more common in our daily lives. But currently, they are often dependent on...
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08.03.Precision technology allows quantification of urban greenhouse gas emissions289MUNICH, March 8 (WNM/Technische Universität München/Katharina Baumeister) - The sensor network MUCCnet (Munich Urban Carbon Column network) consists of five high-precision optical instruments that analyze...
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04.03.Air pollution fell sharply during lockdown270INNSBRUCK, AUSTRIA, March 4 (WNMUniversität Innsbruck/Christian Flatz) - The far-reaching mobility restrictions at the beginning of the Corona pandemic in March 2020 created a unique situation for atmospheric...
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03.03.Air pollution puts children at higher risk of disease in adulthood277STANFORD, 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.The world's first high-temperature ammonia-powered fuel cell for shipping267BERLIN, 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.Climate impacts of food production not reflected in prices247AUGSBURG, 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.Cooperation across boundaries and sectors could boost sustainable development in South Asia235LAXENBURG, 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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