Europaâs icy crust rides on warm ocean currents
A new study from NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory and Oxford University shows how ocean currents can affect how fast or slow Europa’s icy crust rotates.
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How the natural gas industry cozies up to utility regulators
Sponsorships, stacked panels, dance parties: Inside utilities’ campaign to convince regulators of the bright future for natural gas.
Dutton stays silent in question time – as it happened
We’re going to wrap up the live blog now. Here’s what made the news today: Amy Remeikis will be back with you early tomorrow morning. Until then, have a great evening. ‘Extraordinary stuff’: Labor MP claims Deeming contradicted Pessuto in…
Labor agrees to absolute cap on emissions to secure Greens backing for safeguard mechanism climate bill
The Albanese government’s signature climate bill targeting big polluters is a step closer to passing after a deal with the Greens including an absolute cap on emissions. The Greens leader, Adam Bandt, announced the deal on the safeguard mechanism bill…
Little progress made on energy efficiency in UK homes, report finds
Ministers have made negligible progress in improving the energy efficiency of the UK’s homes even as Russia’s invasion of Ukraine has underscored the need to cut the reliance on gas for home heating, according to the National Infrastructure Commission (NIC)….
Climate change: Lessons learned from penguins – CTV News
One hundred years ago, colourful canaries warned humans of the hidden hazards of digging for coal by riding shotgun down the mine and dropping dead. Now, penguin experts say these birds that move like tuxedoed toddlers are showing us the…
Climate change is killing Michoacan’s monarch butterfly population – The Washington Post
Every year, millions of monarch butterflies make their way across North America to spend winters in the same forests of central Mexico’s Michoacán state — a phenomenon that remains an evolutionary mystery. But in just one year, the population of…
New Brain Implant Device Could Restore Function in Paralyzed Limbs
A brain implant that can restore arm and leg movements has been developed by British scientists to boost connections between neurons and the paralyzed limbs, offering hope to accident victims. The device combines flexible electronics and human stem cells â the bodyâs âreprogrammableâ master cells â to better integrate with the nerve and drive limb […]
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Global warming linked to spread of coastal bacteria: study – CTV News
Global warming could lead to a spread of possibly fatal infections deriving from bacteria in warm coastal waters. This is according to a new study by the U.K.’s University of East Anglia (UEA), which assessed the bacteria known as Vibrio vulnificus and…
UK Think Tank Proposes Visas for Climate Migrants
The climate crisis could force more than one billion people from their homes by 2050, but how will they find a new one in a world of hardening borders?
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