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Recent research suggests warming seas will cause more stranded sea turtles
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Children in biggest carbon-emitting nations are healthiest, while those with tiny environmental footprints suffer twofold from poor health and living at the sharp end of the climate crisis
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She was the first African American woman to earn a PhD in entomology as well as an activist for freedom in the Civil Rights Movement.
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Forgo comes in an envelope, so you’re both eliminating plastic and not wasting energy shipping a lot of extra water.
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Florida’s freshwater wonder is threatened like never before with a rising sea level as restoration efforts lag.
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Researchers are increasingly placing microphones in forests and other ecosystems to monitor birds, insects, frogs, and other animals. As the technology advances and becomes less costly, proponents argue, bioacoustics is poised to become an important remote-sensing tool for conservation.
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This summer, we asked readers to send us their climate change questions. And they did. We received many, many, many climate change questions. So many, in fact, that we’re doing several different projects around them. You’ve already seen the first of our columns on Who’s Winning Climate Change? Today, we’ll dive into the mailbag for the first Climate Question from an Adult – a series that will explore the business, culture and chemistry behind your most pressing questions about global warming. Have a question? Send it to us!
Q: One of the few things that has given me hope about our ability to avoid climate disaster is reading about companies that are capturing carbon from the air and finding ways to monetize it. Are there limitations to our ability to do this? Is there a reason why this couldn’t become a rapidly expanding industry in the next decade or so? — Andrew Janet, Maryland
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The University of Sydney has been announced as a joint recipient of almost $10 million in Cooperative Research Centre Projects grants for projects that aim to power the green economy.
SERDP and ESTCP, the Department of Defense’s environmental research programs, have announced their 2019 Project of the Year Awards. They are: